Meet Logan Rando: Former Skinny-Fat Guy, Now Ripped

Logan Rando, USA: “After 6 months of doing the beginner body weight routine I found myself 30 pounds lighter, with visible abs and a lean build. Friends who hadn’t seen me in months were astonished and inspired by my transformation. Simply put, the return on investment that Oskar’s plan yielded far exceeded that of any workout I had previously used.”

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Harshit Godha, India: “I faced the same problems of low testosterone and skinny fat body type as you did, and after following your advice I made some real progress. I started with 0 wide grip pull ups, and progressed to 15. I am quite surprised with my back and shoulder growth.”

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Janu Rasby, Indonesia: “When I started, I could only do 3 pull ups. Now, my warm up consists of 12 Pull Ups. I know you can achieve this too, guys. Once again, thank you very much Oskar. You give me A LOT of inspiration. Now I’m taking a path to become a personal trainer. Hope we will meet and train together one day.”

Andy, USA: “I’ve been following Phase 1 since January and can now comfortably do 15 chin ups and 16 diamond press ups, I’m pretty amazed by the results from such a simple and easy to follow workout.”

Steve Chavez, Peru: “It is the best workout I’ve had. I’ve never done a single pull up before. Managing to do pull up reps was a breakthrough for me. Your program has improved my physical and and mental health. It was the best investment I’ve ever made. I’m planning to stick with this diet for the rest of my life.”

Francis, USA: “This is probably the most amazing thing I have done with my body, and it’s due to this program. I’m amazed. The fact that I have done no cardio is crazy. I love this program man, thank you Oskar! If it wasn’t for you keeping me in check, I would be way off and probably starving myself trying to lose weight. I can’t wait to see what I look like in another month.”

Gordon Martin, USA: “For the first time in 36 years, I am losing fat rather than gaining it! I already look better than most of my friends who are out of shape and overweight. I have never eaten so much on a diet! There were many times I simply felt that I couldn’t stuff another bite in my mouth. You are one of the few people on the Internet involved with men’s health topics that actually cares and can get results for clients. The money I spent on your coaching services are the best money I ever spent!”

Apostolis Georgadakis, Greece: “I was skeptical about online coaching at first but I decided to trust Oskar and I was right. I remember when I started the program; my waist was almost around 109cm wide. Nowadays, it is around 94cm and it keeps decreasing. My hips have also decreased substantially and I have got bigger arms and shoulders. So I am packing up muscle while losing fat at the same time. All diets I tried before were not sustainable for a long time. So I was gaining back any fat lost after resuming my diet. Oskar’s diet can be kept for a lifetime. Nothing extreme or too restricted.”

 

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Comments

  1. Congratulations Logan on your body transformation!

    You continue to inspire people, Oskar and are helping people transform their bodies as well as their lives for the better!

    Well Done and keep fighting the good fight!

    -Hoz

  2. Jimmy Norrgård says:

    Great transformation for both of you! Please listen to my story:

    I’ve been doing strength training for around 10 months now, först starting strength and a similar routine on caloric surplus for the first 4 and your routine with bw training and greyskull at the end with caloric deficit for like 3-4 months. I lost 13kg and got from 5-6 chin ups with bad technique to 14 with good technique. I estamated that my bf was a little under 12%

    Now i’ve been on surplus again and still doing greyskull. In little over 1 month i gaind 4kg which is too much, but still my lifts doesnt get heavier, i stalled at 55kg x5 on my deficit and now after bulking i stalled again at 57×5 which feels really disappointing. Sure, i lift as heavy now as when i weighed 74 (now 65) but yeah, still too little gains or doesnt you agree?

    So now im thinking about to lose weight again while still on gs and maybe go down to 57 kg or even less if it feels right and then try to eat at a slight surplus (eats2500 to 3000 kcal now) and just be consistent.Im 170 cm tall btw. Do you like my idea Oskar? or do you have any other suggestions? I eat much animalic fats eggs and varied meals, cashew, whey after workout, eat crap food only on the weekends.

    Hope you read this and answer, i want to be strong and hopefully look Great someday.

    Best regards /Jimmy

    • Jimmy Norrgård says:

      Forgot to mention that the lifts I stalled at 57kg was for bench press. My deadlift is at 90kg and 8 reps and still goes up. And military press 43,5kg x5 when i stalled recently. Squats at only 65 x5 but i dont care about squatting heavy and i go really low, almost ass to the floor. So theres were i am now, hope to make bigger gains some day. :)

      Best regards /Jimmy