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2 years ago I was 320 lbs and incredibly obese when I was 19. Doctors warned of pre diabetic as well as heart related diseases. I lost nearly 120 lbs.

I went from having my man boobs touch my stomach while sitting down. Worst part was having to smell like absolute crap and sweating like the Niagra falls. I was always self conscious of my weight and smell and it definitely interfered with my life. It was awful.

I am now 205 lbs and closing around 11 percent body fat. I just signed up with Alpha Fit Apparell as a fitness model and I’m in muscle mania boston in 11 weeks!

Literally, Arnold is my role model. Just wanted to share 🙂

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What keeps you motivated?

Results. Looking day after day how each set, how each individual rep helps carve your goal. It is amazing to look back at the pictures and see physical transformation but also to look back and highlight the lifestyle transformation. How setting up a clean diet has altered by mood, work ethic, and daily appreciation. With this new optimism, I conquer my daily tasks and become a machine; productive and efficient. And at the end of the day, I relieve my stress. Find the perfect spot; engulfed by pounding music and the muscle tearing cranking of Iron!

But even more than results is the independence. You really begin to understand how your body works and reacts to different environments. What foods are processed well? How does a certain meal affect my mood? Which workouts feel the best? These are all questions that YOU can answer and it feels like your in charge. The best feeling has to be when you know others see your results and begin to think, act, and change in a similar way whether at the gym or in the kitchen.



Can you please share your meal plan?

My meal plan varies day to day. I am currently competing for Muscle Mania Boston in October and I am currently cutting. But the key to losing weight, regardless of current state is to SLOWLY cut away all processed foods and start eating foods the body was designed for: natural carbs (gluten free carbs and fruits), high fat, and high proteins.

My current meal Plan. I do 2 days of high fats and medium carbs and then carb cycling on the third where I do very high carbs and low fats.

Meal 1 (breakfast):  High Fats + Protein in the morning

  • Ice cold water on empty stomach and take my fish oil
  • Some type of high protein: chicken, lean ground beef, etc. OR
  • 3 eggs (alternate, since eggs are a common allergen)
  • 2 tbsp Almond butter or 1/2 avocado or handful of nuts; some type of high fats
  • OR tons of cottage cheese

Meal 2: Medium Fats + Starting introducing Complex Carbs + Protein

  • High Protein: fish, lean chicken, ground beaf
  • Veggies: broccoli or spinach or cauliflower + kale

Meal 3: High Carbs (2 hrs before workout)

  • Sweet potato
  • Veggies: broccoli or spinach or cauliflower + kale
  • Lean protein source: chicken or ground beef

Meal 4: Preworkout Meal. Quick Carbs + Complex Carbs (1 hr before workout)

  • Fruits: apples, strawberries, blueberries, grape fruit, etc.
  • Low fat yogurt
  • White regular potato (quick carb)

Meal 5: Postworkout Meal. High Carbs + High protein + Very low fats

  • Protein Shake within 40 minutes of workout
  • Complex Carbs: Sweet potato or Quinoa
  • Protein: Lean Chicken or lean ground beef
  • Non fat cottage cheese or non fat yogurt

But overall, you just have to listen to your body. DO NOT cut calories and deprive your body! Make sure to calculate your daily carbs: http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/macronutcal.htm

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Any advice or tips for aspiring transformers?

Consistency is THE most important aspect of progress in any area: losing weight, business, sports, etc. Remember results and progress do not happen overnight. Day after day, week after week. Always take progress pictures.
Join bodyspace.bodybuilding.com for inspiration, motivation. It is like a family there.

  • Set a goal. What do you want to look like? How much do you want to weight in the next couple of months? 
  • Make sure to MEET those goals

Stay consistent during the week but also have fun. Do not do crazy cheat days, but got to have them. Pick one day over the weekend. Log your diet (myfitnessplan), workouts, weight. It is a lot of fun and very motivating to track your results. Also, a good troubleshooter.
Finally, just have fun! Don’t stress, enjoy your lifestyle!!


Social Profile:

I’ll be happy to help in anyway! I started regularly posting workouts, nutrition, and motivational stuff on Instagram. I also give away free free giftcards so be sure to follow my Instragram.

Instagram: https://instagram.com/ddeisadze/
Bodyspace: href=”http://bodyspace.bodybuilding.com/ddeisadz/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavidDeisadze
GooglePlus: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+DavidDeisadze
Email: tbilisidavid@hotmail.com

Check out my current transformation and shredding period on bodyspace: http://bodyspace.bodybuilding.com/ddeisadz/
Also starting to upload more fitness content on Instagram here:

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