The application of consistent, logical effort, over a prolonged period is the key to reaching your physical muscular potential.
Updated March 9th, 2022.
When I realised I was transgender in 2018, I started bodybuilding because I wanted to sculpt a more gender-affirming physique. For nearly three years, I’ve been honoured to help dozens of clients achieve the same goal.
With this article, I want to help you do the same.
This piece is therefore going to cover:
Before we start, I want to make a clarification: this guide can help you at any stage of your fitness journey, whether you’re on testosterone replacement therapy or not.
Anyone can build muscle with resistance training, including those who are pre-testosterone or will never take any.
Furthermore, the benefits of exercise go above and beyond your appearance and include improved mood, higher energy levels, and increased self-confidence, among others. What better way to grow into the person you were always meant to be?
For this reason, I encourage you to begin training as soon as you can. Even if you chose to never start hormones, you’d still be able to put on an euphoria-inducing amount of muscle that you wouldn’t have if you didn’t train.
I speak from experience, as I was determined to take my physique as far as I could before beginning my medical transition. I first started lifting in June 2018, but didn’t have access to TRT until March 2020.
In addition to the physical results – which I believe have been greater than if I had waited almost two years until I could start testosterone – training and nutrition have helped my mental health, relieved my dysphoria, and benefited my relationship with food.
But enough about me. If you want to learn more about my story, you can read this article.
If you’re here for the gains, let’s get started.
An online fitness coach who likes bodybuilding, superheroes, and bread.
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