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Body Type, My Results & Workouts and Supplements

Get To Know Your Body Type

Determining body type can be easy for some, like athletes, body builders, or even a marathon runner. In the ordinary individuals life, it may be a little harder to identify a body type due to many reasons. One's lifestyle, daily activities, exercise, and, of course, diet plays a fundamental role in the body it creates.

Most individuals may find themselves in between body types, not to worry because you can work with that. Genetics starts your body out with it original shape and size, but a poor diet, lack of exercise, or busy lifestyle can alter your body.

What's My Body Type?

Take the BodyBuilding test to find out your body type and adjust your macro-nutrient intake from there!

The Three Types

EctoMorph: Narrow hips and clavicles

  • Small joints (wrist/ankles)

  • Thin build

  • Stringy muscle bellies

  • Long limbs


1. Usual Body Goal – Gain More Muscle 2. Your Body Carbohydrate tolerance – Excellent 3. Timing Your Carbohydrate – Morning intake of starchy carbs either before or after your workout session. Make sure to include any starchy, whole-grain carb only in every other meal to help your body's digestion. Never leave vegetables out of your meal, they are pack with nutrients, minerals, and so much more that your body thrive on.

Mesomorph: Wide clavicles

  • Narrow waist

  • Thinner joints

  • Long and round muscle bellies


1. Usual Body Goal – shed off body fat, gain more muscles 2. Your Body Carbohydrate tolerance – A More Moderate rate 3. Timing Your Carbohydrate – any sugar carbs should only be eating during your exercise or after you workout. A starchy, whole-grain carbs breakfast can be prepared to eat. Vegetables are always included in your meals along with your other lean protein and healthy fats.

Endomorph: Blocky

  • Thick rib cage

  • Wide/thicker joints

  • Hips as wide (or wider) than clavicles

  • Shorter limb


1. Usual Body Goal – Shed total body fat 2. Your Body Carbohydrate tolerance – Very Poor rate at digesting 3. Timing Your Carbohydrate – starchy carbs should be eating either before or after your workout. Never forget to include your vegetables in each meal that you eat, they help your body digest all meals along with feeding it nutrients

What Is Your Body Type? My Results From The Body Building Website


Endomorph: 38% Mesomorph: 63% Ectomorph: 0% ​Your body is between an endomorph and a mesomorph ​Endomorph: Your biggest concern should be losing fat and adopting a lifestyle that keeps it off. Strength training should be done to get a better muscle-to-fat ratio, which will help to boost your metabolism. Use moderate weights at a fast training pace, allowing for very little rest between sets and exercises. Lower your calorie intake and eat frequent but small meals to make sure you're still getting adequate nutrition. Eliminate sugar, sweets, and junk food from your diet. Get your heart pumping by engaging in some form of daily activity such as brisk walking or biking.

Mesomorph: You have a naturally fit body but, to maintain or improve it, you should adopt an exercise and diet regimen that compliments your build. You can strength train more often and for longer periods of time, but be careful not to overdo it. Train with moderate to heavy weighs and keep a moderate pace, making sure not to rest too long between sets. You'll find you gain muscle quite easily. Don't fear; you won't get "bulky." When you're happy with your muscle size, simply train to maintain. Stick to a good, healthy diet to stay lean and muscular, and watch for any slow-creeping fat gains. Engage in and enjoy aerobic activities, but be careful not to overdo it.

Recommended Foundation Supplements

This training recommended that I take three main supplements during training. The top three recommended supplements to help achieve your goals. A multivitamin, a fish oil, and of course a whey protein to build those muscles.

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