Fat to Muscular Body Transformation – The Lifting Dermatologist

Fat to Muscular Body Transformation – The Lifting Dermatologist


In Part3 I shall give you a quick and short
overview of my 3 stage body transformation. In further videos I will go deeper in how
exactly I did it, what diet I used, how I evolved from one to another way of eating,
the workouts I did and do, the supplements and tactics I used. In the end that’s what
this channel is all about. So stay tuned. The last picture of part 2 in this series
showed me in 2014 at 86kg and over 20%bodyfat. Funny enough I still thought of myself as
being muscular -otherwise I would not have been posing on that picture like that- and
in a way I still was. But with way to much subcutaneous fat covering it. You could then
call me ‘swole’. My body transformation started in May 2015
when my wife started to count her calories using the MyFitnessPal application, and encouraged
me to do so as well. At first I remained eating the same food I was used to, but becoming
aware of the calorie content of everything I put in my mouth, I soon started to eat less
and less, and I was actually surprised how quickly the weight went down, from 86kg to
almost 65kg by november 2015! Of course people started to notice, and by the end of 2015
I was very ripped, and then maintained like that for over a year and a half, till May
2017. A lot of people were giving me remarks I had become too lean, that I did not look
good, and even patients that hadn’t seen my in a while asked my secretary if I was
sick. Some of them didn’t even recognize me, and looking at my face on these pics,
it is understandable why. Since I became so ripped, my muscular definition
was of course very visible, and that is what motivated me to start working out in my Fox’s
Power Basement again on a regular basis, 3 times a week, consistently since January 2016.
So I went from ‘swole’ (being stage 1) to ‘ripped’ (being stage 2).
Because ultimately I always wanted to have an esthetic physique being as muscular as
I could be, in May 2017 I decided it was time to go working out harder, eating in a slight
calorie surplus, and building some extra muscle. In the fitness world we call it bulking. But
in stead of the limitless ‘dirty bulk’ I did when I was younger, I went on a ‘lean’
bulk, very strictly monitoring my energy expenditure, my calorie and my protein intake, which I
still do up to this day. Again I was surprised how eager my body was to put on some lean
muscle again. From July 2017 to November 2017 I felt like I was making newbie gains all
over again: I put on 8 to 9kg of muscle, inevitably with some fat -which makes my face look much
better. So I went from ‘swole’ (being stage 1)
to ‘ripped’ (being stage 2) to jacked (being stage 3).
At the age of 43, I finally got the jacked body I wanted when I was much younger.
By the end of 2017 I weighed 80kg, and since the beginning of 2018 I’ve started to eat
on maintenance again, before going into a slight calorie deficit for the next few months,
to strip of some fat again. In these last few pics you can clearly compare
the 3 stages of my body transformation. In further videos I will go deeper in how
exactly I did it, what diet I used, how I evolved from one way to another way of eating,
the workouts I did and do, the supplements and tactics I used. In the end that’s what
this channel is all about. So subscribe to the channel and stay tuned.

25 Replies to “Fat to Muscular Body Transformation – The Lifting Dermatologist”

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  2. Hey Steve
    Would like to know the ratio of bulking to mini-cutting that you used in that lean bulk (going from 70 to 80 kg). So:
    – for how long did you bulk, weeks / months
    – how much of a surplus you were in
    – how frequent were the maintenance phases and the minicuts

    And that's about it :D. Thanks in advance!

  3. Is the last stage of your body indeed really healthier? Or is it more an esthetical thing? When I see the pictures something in me says that the first picture shows a healthier you overall. I have the idea that the higher level of testosteron (I saw your video about testosteron) makes a man not in his best emotional and social state. And something in me says that to masculine can be heavy for an heart. Not only because of the risk of a sport heart, but also because of physiological things. The first you looks as if he has enough muscles to be healthy and his eyes do look softer. (For me) more attractive…Maybe it is not true, but I saw your video about testosteron and maybe I’ll only come up with it, but I have the idea that I can see the higher level of testosteron in your eyes in stage 3. And when the level of testosterone is too high I thought that is on average not only a risk for aggressiveness but as far as I know it is less healthy for body and soul. Unless you compare it to a sagged and fat body with no muscles at all. But when you took your first picture you had muscles and you did sport. Only not as effective and intensive as when you took the third body. Though?

    I realise of course your pride about your new body and life and I really don’t want to be rude or unkind so my question is well thought out but…do you really think that overall stage 3 is really really really better/healthier than stage 1?

  4. This is a good take on the transformation video, more information based. And very impressive transformation!

  5. This is an incredible transformation! Holy shit amazing job. I made one very similair and it would mean the actual world if you checked it out and maybe gave it a like and comment. This is insane btw πŸ™‚

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