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Genetics do play a part when it comes to progress and results. As I have said, some will gain or lose faster than others, but that doesn’t mean you won’t accomplish your goals. What you lack for as a “natural gift” make up for in dedication and effort. 

Don’t use your “body type” as an excuse as to why you are not achieving the results you want as quickly as you want. The only way to find your maximum potential is to reach it. It may take time, but if you want it bad enough wouldn’t it be worth it? 

Also, just because a particular training regime or diet works for someone you feel has the “same body type as you”, doesn’t mean it will actually work for you. Experiment with different things and find out what works best for you. 

Somatotypes are nothing more than descriptions of body shapes. They describe what we currently look like. Not our potential.

Our habits define us far more than our genes.

Set your goals. Stick to your plan. Focus. And you will achieve all your goals :)

Genetics do play a part when it comes to progress and results. As I have said, some will gain or lose faster than others, but that doesn’t mean you won’t accomplish your goals. What you lack for as a “natural gift” make up for in dedication and effort.

Don’t use your “body type” as an excuse as to why you are not achieving the results you want as quickly as you want. The only way to find your maximum potential is to reach it. It may take time, but if you want it bad enough wouldn’t it be worth it?

Also, just because a particular training regime or diet works for someone you feel has the “same body type as you”, doesn’t mean it will actually work for you. Experiment with different things and find out what works best for you.

Somatotypes are nothing more than descriptions of body shapes. They describe what we currently look like. Not our potential.

Our habits define us far more than our genes.

Set your goals. Stick to your plan. Focus. And you will achieve all your goals :)

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