My Bodybuilding Genetics Suck! NOW WHAT?

Kai Palikiko           July  4, 2020

Kai Palikiko has had over 10 years personal experience with Anabolics. His Personal Training Techniques have been responsible for thousands of men achieving their personal and professional goals, and you are getting access to the copy n paste steps to replicate them.

So, my genetics suck. This isn't some kind of feel, bad have a pity party for m type of a story. I'm just simply stating that physically, my genetics suck. What's going on brother? My name is Kai, and if you are trying to get a hold of me by the way, the best way to do that is the link to my email and that's right below in the description.

At the beginning of my fitness journey I had a very small frame. I'm not talking about like, well, you know, I was kind of big but I wasn't happy.

No, straight up, dude, I had a very small frame. With that being stated, having a small frame came with a lot of negative things that does not align with any fitness goals at all. My arms, they were small, 12 inch the most. I'm talking about that's me trying to get a - it was probably more like 11.5, because if I were to say I had 12 inch arms.

That's probably because after I would work out back in the day, I would measure it, and it came out to be 12 inch. So that was with a pump. My chest wasn't gifted at all either. So when he came to my strength, completely lack, I was barely able to benchpress, not the plate, right, not the full 45 pound plate, I'm just talking about the 25 pound plates. It wasn't even a full stack.

My dream back in the day was to literally just be able to put a full plate on each side. I wasn't even starting at that point. That was my starting point at all. None. It was literally just having a 25 pounder plate on each side, and that's where I started. And I struggled with that as well. That's where my chest started. And trying to have a wide back, that wasn't even my goal man.

The only thing I was trying to do, I was trying to do one pull up, because having a physically wide back because I couldn't see anything at all out of my back, that wasn't even my goal, that wasn't even my dream. I was simply just trying to do a single pull up. And then to top it off, because that was just all my top side, to top it off with my legs, same exact thing, lacked in size, and because of that it also lacking strength as well. 

I mean, I've always been active my entire life, always participate in sports, I was always running around doing stuff with my friends, and literally playing in sports as well, but being gifted in terms of my size and strength, it just wasn't there, nothing. Now with that image painted in your mind, did you think I had any kind of respectable physique to where somebody looked at me like ok, he's pretty decent shape.

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

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No, no, people didn't view me that way. It was just more like there is Kai, average, average at best. In fact, I would have to say a little below average because that's where my physique started.

Now quickly realizing that, knowing that I had no hope at all for being genetically gifted, dude, it was easy for me to turn to Gear. It was so easy. Why? Because when you have that lack of a physical stature, I had nothing at all, it wasn't well, maybe I could go for a, you know, a better looking physique if I tried? No, it was even close.

So me having that decision to where Kai, do you think I should do Gear? It wasn't even a question. It was like, dude, I need to do Gear, I need to do Gear and somehow get what those guys are doing on TV, what those actors are doing, I need that, because that's how badly where I started my fitness journey. Doing anabolic Gear, that was an easy choice. 

It wasn't a hard decision at all because I know that was my only hope. That was my only hope of getting out of that genetic predisposition. So I turned to Gear, the faster I realized that I genetically sucked, the faster I admitted I need to do Gear. And the moment I took that plunge, that literal plunge of my very first pin, it was the first time I actually had hope. 

I was like holy shit, because even though I started using premades in my very first journey there, at least I saw something change, my strength went up a little bit, I started doing a lot better at the gym, I started doing a lot more work, a lot more reps, a lot more volume, I started doing more stuff that I couldn't have done before.

And for people that are saying that, you know, genetics is what dictates your end game, you know what I mean, like there's just no way you could escape your genetics - when you start from a very small frame, there is no genetics, there is nothing that I could rely on other than the Gear I was taking, there is no way I would be able to achieve where I am now. 

For the people who are saying that genetics is what dictates our end game, it's just wrong. Like that Ronnie Coleman video I made a couple of days ago, and people were saying, oh, it's all about genetics, it's all about genetics. From my perspective, when it comes to genetics, in his particular sport, it's only about a 10% of what really plays into it. 

Because you saw the other guys, Jay Cutler, all those guys he was competing against, those guys were just as big as well. The reason why Ronnie Coleman stood out if the small finer details, oh that little part where his rhomboid stuck out a little bit further, the fact that his laterals and his quads were a little bit wider compared to Jay Cutler. That's pretty much it. So when it comes to genetics, from my perspective, it's a small percentage, maybe 10% at most.

So when it came to my genetics, yeah, my genetic sucked, but what was I supposed to do? Frickin kill myself, just off myself and that's it, because I wasn't gifted right away? Because that's what I hear in the comments all the time from, you know, for some of the haters out there, well, my genetic suck. What do you want me to do then? 

What do you want me to do? Just literally crawl in a hole and die, roll over and not do anything out of my life? No. And so what? What if it does and it did, my genetics did suck. But guess what? I did something about it. I didn't just do what most people do and just accept my fate and that's it. I see guys missing out on their full potential man. 

I'm looking at them, you are so genetically blessed, you're so genetically gifted, what are you doing? If I had a that type of physique, if I had that type of beginning, oh my God, I would take that as far as I could. But I guess that's what really separates, or the gift that was given, because I had nothing, I had to fight for everything I had.

While some of those people who are blessed and they actually had something at the beginning, because they already had that, they didn't have to struggle, they didn't go as far as I did. Especially from where I'm starting, from where I started, oh my God man. Now to be fair, where I am genetically gifted is how I react to anabolic Gear. 

That's where I'm genetically gifted. My test to estrogen conversion is non existent, my conversion to prolactin, non existent as well. I could easily take high amounts of Gear, from insulin, DNP, human growth hormone, I could take all of that, it doesn't even bother me. Insomnia, nothing. When it comes to aggression, I love it. 

That's where my genetic advantages come in, I am literally taking Gear, get no sides at all, take all of it, and just have a good time. I react to Gear so well and it's frickin awesome man, I love it. I don't like to view myself as some kind of victim like oh, I used to be this obese guy, now look where I am. No, I'm just sharing you that, because where I was at.

I used all the tools necessary and available to get where I am today, especially when it comes to all of the anabolics available. Now with all my experience, genetics may play a role, a small role, because whatever genetics that I started with, I completely broke it, completely. I'm supposed to be weak, I'm not. I'm supposed to be small, I'm not. 

For all of those guys who are supposedly genetically gifted or more gifted than I am, my arms are bigger, I am much more stronger, I'm able to out bench them, out deadlift them, out snatch them. So why is it that every time I go to the gym, I'm the bigger one?

Why is it every time I go to the gym I'm the stronger one, while everybody else is finger painting? Where's all the genetically gifted people now? Yeah, exactly. Genetics doesn't mean shit. Anyways, email right below in the description. Other than that boys, Kai here, out. Take care.



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