After Losing 17Lbs Andrew Jacked Has Packed On Serious Muscle 8 Weeks Out

Andrew Jacked packs on serious muscle after losing 17Lbs.

Adversity can help us grow. It makes us more resilient, gives us an added strength despite the hardship. While it may be uncomfortable, may try our patience and threaten to break us, by pushing through that adversity it helps us to become stronger than we could have imagined.

Every competitive athlete understands that pushing through pain abs setbacks only makes them better competitors. It appears that up and coming bodybuilder Andrew Jacked is pushing through his own adversity right now.

8 weeks out from the Arnold Classic Amateur Andrew Jacked revealed that he had lost 17 pounds in December. According to the top flight amateur he was sick which forced him to put training on hold until he recovered.

Hoping to win the show, turn pro, and compete at next year’s Arnold Classic, Andrew Jacked is pushing himself in training. The problem is that losing out on that time away from the gym sidelined his progress. The good news for Andrew is that he’s packed back on 14 Lbs.

Sometimes u see us all smiley and everything but deep down we are fighting adversities, I’ve been sick since Vegas 3rd December 2021, I dropped down from 131.2kgs to 123.4kg, came back to Dubai couldn’t train properly over a week now but Slowly creeping back into my groove again now at 129.8kg and trainings been getting better. Hopefully I get to hit THE MARK.

Yesszzziirrr!!!

 

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Massive Yet Flexible

Besides packing on massive muscle it appears that Andrew Jacked is taking pages out of Flex Wheeler’s play book. In an impromptu posing session, Andrew showed off the kind of creativity that could see him taking first at the 2022 Arnold Classic Amateur.

How flexible are you?

Guns 💪🏾 flex.

 

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Andrew Jacked is clearly going places. Does he have what it takes to be a top IFBB pro? So far the signs are pointing to yes.

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News and Editorial Writer at Generation Iron, Jonathan Salmon is a writer, martial arts instructor, and geek culture enthusiast. Check out his YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Sound Cloud for in-depth MMA analysis.

Managing editor of Generation Iron, Jonathan Salmon is a writer, martial arts instructor, and geek culture enthusiast. He has been writing about bodybuilding, combat sports, and strength sports for over 8 years. Check out his YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Sound Cloud for in-depth MMA analysis.