A BODYBUILDER WHO BEGAN COMPETING WHEN HE WAS JUST 16 YEARS OLD is hard to recognise now.
Martin Miller was only 12 when he started lifting weights, working out, and dieting.
5Martin Miller started taking part in bodybuilding competitions when he was just 16Credit: Martin Miller5Martin started working out when he was 12Credit: Martin Miller5In 2018 he won the overall title in the NPC Men’s PhysiqueCredit: Martin MillerHe then started competing when he was 16 and took part in the sport until he was 20.
In 2018 he won the overall title in the NPC Men’s Physique and qualified for nationals but stopped competing after that.
Martin said he was struggling to find “sustainable happiness and life balance” while he took part in competitive bodybuilding.
Writing on his website he said: “I realised I was unable to find a healthy balance between bodybuilding and my actual life.
“I was tired of scheduling my happiness for the date of my next show.”
Martin now works as an online personal trainer and coach, dedicated to helping others achieve their fitness goals.
He said: “My goal with Martin Miller Physique is to bring what I’ve learned the hard way to others, and help guide them to a holistically happy life.
“I am making this website to help people get fitter, stronger, healthier, and happier.
“My goal is to help anyone else who is stuck in a mindset similar to what mine had been for so long.
“With 11 years of experience living this lifestyle, I’ve learned a lot from my successes and learned even more from my failures.”
While Martin may still be in top physical shape, he looks remarkably different from his teenage years pumping iron.
He’s got an army of fans that can attest to his strategy.
Manlio Muniz said: “I had lost muscle mass, but once I began training with Martin’s programme and started using good nutrition I saw the results man!
“Body fat epic and weight decreased while increasing muscle mass.
“Martin’s programme is amazing, bro!”
5Martin still keeps in top physical shape but looks very different nowCredit: Martin Miller5Martin now works as an online personal trainerCredit: Martin Miller
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