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Maverick Willett

6'5" NYC
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Tune out. Trust yourself. Make something special. Hey @marvel, you won’t even need to spend money on CGI, I’m ready when you are.

Tune out. Trust yourself. Make something special. Hey @marvel , you won’t even need to spend money on CGI, I’m ready when you are. - 11 hours ago

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This is a very special post for me as a lifestyle and fitness coach. I very happily and proudly present @cara.dont.hassle.the.hoff, My first #ClientTransformation. Cara and I started working together a few months ago. She came to me as a very different woman than she is now. Although she was already a beautiful woman before this process, She sought change for herself, both inside and out.  So we got to work! And let me tell you, she is a warrior. She has been BY FAR the most consistent and hard working client I’ve ever had. She learned how to weigh, measure, and track meals, and meticulously did it day in and day out, all while working a hectic schedule as a nurse AND making it to the gym almost every day! When life knocked her down she stood right back up and went back at it time after time and that’s exactly what it takes to make a change. I am so so so proud of this girl. She told me she wanted this and her results prove that 1000%. The best part is, she’s only getting started! This is just the beginning. Cara, thank you for placing your trust in me when there’s so many out there to choose from. I can’t wait to see what else we can accomplish from here. The sky is the limit for you girl!
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Family, this is why I started this. This gives me all the fulfillment I’ll ever need, because although Cara put 100% of the work in to make this amazing change, we did it together as a team and that makes me so happy. This is what LifeStyleByMaverick is all about. It’s not just about the body. It’s about overall change and enhanced quality of life. Self love and happiness with your body and mind. If you’re ready, I’m ready. Let’s get started today.

This is a very special post for me as a lifestyle and fitness coach. I very happily and proudly present @cara.dont.hassle.the.hoff , My first #ClientTransformation . Cara and I started working together a few months ago. She came to me as a very different woman than she is now. Although she was already a beautiful woman before this process, She sought change for herself, both inside and out. So we got to work! And let me tell you, she is a warrior. She has been BY FAR the most consistent and hard working client I’ve ever had. She learned how to weigh, measure, and track meals, and meticulously did it day in and day out, all while working a hectic schedule as a nurse AND making it to the gym almost every day! When life knocked her down she stood right back up and went back at it time after time and that’s exactly what it takes to make a change. I am so so so proud of this girl. She told me she wanted this and her results prove that 1000%. The best part is, she’s only getting started! This is just the beginning. Cara, thank you for placing your trust in me when there’s so many out there to choose from. I can’t wait to see what else we can accomplish from here. The sky is the limit for you girl! - - Family, this is why I started this. This gives me all the fulfillment I’ll ever need, because although Cara put 100% of the work in to make this amazing change, we did it together as a team and that makes me so happy. This is what LifeStyleByMaverick is all about. It’s not just about the body. It’s about overall change and enhanced quality of life. Self love and happiness with your body and mind. If you’re ready, I’m ready. Let’s get started today. - 3 days ago

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🔥READ BELOW🔥
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7 years between these. Even a 6’5” long-limbed ectomorph can make big changes, you just have to learn how the human body works. More importantly, you have to learn how YOUR body works. I get a lot of skinny guys asking me what they should do to put on mass. Most people lack the patience and resilience it takes to progress as a hard gainer. It also takes a lot of fortitude to be able to eat the amount of quality food required to put on muscle when your body is designed to not carry muscle. I learned a few things the hard way, such as: -
-supplements will do next to nothing in this endeavor. Throw away those bullshit mass gainer shakes. Food is your mass gainer. -
-less time in the gym. Your sessions should be short but insanely intense. The more time you spend in the gym, the longer you’re not eating.
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-Quality reps. Slow down your damn reps. Time under tension is crucial. Think about what you’re doing. Don’t just move weight for the hell of it. Think about utilizing gravity to put the correct load on the target muscle group. -
-Consistency. If you’re one of those people who can only commit to a diet 5 days out of the week this isn’t for you. Every single night your head hits the pillow you have to be at a caloric surplus or you won’t progress that day. Period.
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-Vitamins/Hormonal optimization. If you’re deficient in a micronutrient, fatty acid, sleep, or hydration, you’re spinning your wheels. Eat Whole Foods with complete amino acid profiles. Eat MCT fats. Eat healthy saturated fats. Eat CARBS. And optimize your digestion to absorb and utilize all of the above. I eat over 300 G protein daily and i barely fart. What’s that tell you? It means my digestion is like a machine. If you’re gassy then your digestion is messed up. Go back to the drawing board. I digress. -
-ALL OF THIS will be taught to you as my client. If you want to learn how to make a positive change, let’s get started. Men, women, young and old. I know how to get you there and improve your quality of life, whether you’re a competitor or you’re the average gym/fitness enthusiast. No goal is unattainable, you just need the right road to get there. Link in my bio 💪🏼

READ BELOW - - 7 years between these. Even a 6’5” long-limbed ectomorph can make big changes, you just have to learn how the human body works. More importantly, you have to learn how YOUR body works. I get a lot of skinny guys asking me what they should do to put on mass. Most people lack the patience and resilience it takes to progress as a hard gainer. It also takes a lot of fortitude to be able to eat the amount of quality food required to put on muscle when your body is designed to not carry muscle. I learned a few things the hard way, such as: - -supplements will do next to nothing in this endeavor. Throw away those bullshit mass gainer shakes. Food is your mass gainer. - -less time in the gym. Your sessions should be short but insanely intense. The more time you spend in the gym, the longer you’re not eating. - -Quality reps. Slow down your damn reps. Time under tension is crucial. Think about what you’re doing. Don’t just move weight for the hell of it. Think about utilizing gravity to put the correct load on the target muscle group. - -Consistency. If you’re one of those people who can only commit to a diet 5 days out of the week this isn’t for you. Every single night your head hits the pillow you have to be at a caloric surplus or you won’t progress that day. Period. - -Vitamins/Hormonal optimization. If you’re deficient in a micronutrient, fatty acid, sleep, or hydration, you’re spinning your wheels. Eat Whole Foods with complete amino acid profiles. Eat MCT fats. Eat healthy saturated fats. Eat CARBS. And optimize your digestion to absorb and utilize all of the above. I eat over 300 G protein daily and i barely fart. What’s that tell you? It means my digestion is like a machine. If you’re gassy then your digestion is messed up. Go back to the drawing board. I digress. - -ALL OF THIS will be taught to you as my client. If you want to learn how to make a positive change, let’s get started. Men, women, young and old. I know how to get you there and improve your quality of life, whether you’re a competitor or you’re the average gym/fitness enthusiast. No goal is unattainable, you just need the right road to get there. Link in my bio 🏼 - 4 days ago

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Morning shape. #11WeeksOut

Morning shape. #11WeeksOut - 6 days ago

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I lost this hat and it really bothers me. It was my favorite hat.
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#Throwback to my shoot with @mannequin612 early last year.

I lost this hat and it really bothers me. It was my favorite hat. - - #Throwback to my shoot with @mannequin612 early last year. - 8 days ago

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Ready to make a change? Don’t know where to start? Who knows what they’re talking about? What should I be eating? How should I be training? -
If you’re ready to make a change and want to do it the right way, let’s get started. Fill out a questionnaire on my website and we’ll get you started in a healthy, sustainable direction towards the best version of yourself. This isn’t cookie cutter, copy/paste BS. This is real planning, real direction, real results. I’m fully available for online ongoing training. Link in my bio! #lifestylebymaverick -
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Ready to make a change? Don’t know where to start? Who knows what they’re talking about? What should I be eating? How should I be training? - If you’re ready to make a change and want to do it the right way, let’s get started. Fill out a questionnaire on my website and we’ll get you started in a healthy, sustainable direction towards the best version of yourself. This isn’t cookie cutter, copy/paste BS. This is real planning, real direction, real results. I’m fully available for online ongoing training. Link in my bio! #lifestylebymaverick - - Photo credit: @wainwrightimages - 11 days ago

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Trying to get forearms like Popeye. Take me back to Vegas!

Trying to get forearms like Popeye. Take me back to Vegas! - 13 days ago

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#Throwback to Doing my best @chrishemsworth with @luisrafaelphotography. Looking forward to reuniting with Luis soon for our best work yet 💪🏼😉

#Throwback to Doing my best @chrishemsworth with @luisrafaelphotography. Looking forward to reuniting with Luis soon for our best work yet 🏼 - 13 days ago

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💥BICEPS💪🏼
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Pump brought to you by @veinnutrition Trupump.
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Here are some different movements for biceps. As I always say, there’s only so many ways to skin a cat. However, these are some solid movements to get some more blood in there and maybe spur some growth if you’re getting bored with barbell curls. Notice in the first movement I stop at about 90% and use my brachialis/forearm to finish the curl. That will have your forearms on fire, I also used @fatgripz on a couple of these movements to utilize more brach/forearm since I rarely train them directly. As always, hard squeeze and slow negative. Listen, it doesn’t matter how much weight you use if you’re not even working the target muscle. Drop the ego, and FEEL what you’re doing. If you can’t feel blood rushing into the target muscle and an intense burn, you’re likely not doing it right or using to much weight. I was using only 15 lbs on one of these movements because if I went too heavy, I’d utilize front delts to get the weight up. We aren’t training front delts today, we’re training biceps and that’s what we want fighting gravity to move the weight! Upward and onward my friends.
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BICEPS🏼 - - Pump brought to you by @veinnutrition Trupump. - - Here are some different movements for biceps. As I always say, there’s only so many ways to skin a cat. However, these are some solid movements to get some more blood in there and maybe spur some growth if you’re getting bored with barbell curls. Notice in the first movement I stop at about 90% and use my brachialis/forearm to finish the curl. That will have your forearms on fire, I also used @fatgripz on a couple of these movements to utilize more brach/forearm since I rarely train them directly. As always, hard squeeze and slow negative. Listen, it doesn’t matter how much weight you use if you’re not even working the target muscle. Drop the ego, and FEEL what you’re doing. If you can’t feel blood rushing into the target muscle and an intense burn, you’re likely not doing it right or using to much weight. I was using only 15 lbs on one of these movements because if I went too heavy, I’d utilize front delts to get the weight up. We aren’t training front delts today, we’re training biceps and that’s what we want fighting gravity to move the weight! Upward and onward my friends. - - - 14 days ago

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#MinuteWithMav
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🔥Photoshoot/Contest Prep🔥
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I’ll delve deep into this subject in my Friday blog, so keep an eye out!
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Www.lifestylebymaverick.com
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#MinuteWithMav - - Photoshoot/Contest Prep - - I’ll delve deep into this subject in my Friday blog, so keep an eye out! - - Www.lifestylebymaverick.com Www.lifestylebymaverick.com Www.lifestylebymaverick.com - 15 days ago

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IT’S MONDAY FAM. Let me ask you something, what’s ONE thing you can do every day to ensure you are getting better and getting closer to your goals? Whatever that thing is DO THE SH*T OUT OF THAT THING. Create good habits. Change is tough at first, but consistency creates habit. Once you do something over and over it is no longer as difficult to do. So pick one thing, anything, whether it’s reading a section of a book related to your endeavors, listening to an educational podcast, meditation, yoga, meal prep, whatever it is that will help you PROGRESS....DO IT. Repeatedly, until it becomes habit. New week, new opportunities let’s geeeeeeit ittttt #Merica
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#MinuteWithMav coming later today! Stay tuned
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IT’S MONDAY FAM. Let me ask you something, what’s ONE thing you can do every day to ensure you are getting better and getting closer to your goals? Whatever that thing is DO THE SH*T OUT OF THAT THING. Create good habits. Change is tough at first, but consistency creates habit. Once you do something over and over it is no longer as difficult to do. So pick one thing, anything, whether it’s reading a section of a book related to your endeavors, listening to an educational podcast, meditation, yoga, meal prep, whatever it is that will help you PROGRESS....DO IT. Repeatedly, until it becomes habit. New week, new opportunities let’s geeeeeeit ittttt #Merica - - #MinuteWithMav coming later today! Stay tuned - - Photo by the very talented @wainwrightimages - 16 days ago

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I met one of my 2018 goals already: Not being able to fit through the subway turnstiles. -
Next goal: professional eating contest.

I met one of my 2018 goals already: Not being able to fit through the subway turnstiles. - Next goal: professional eating contest. - 16 days ago

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Much work to be done. Tomorrow we begin. Let’s make something special.

Much work to be done. Tomorrow we begin. Let’s make something special. - 18 days ago

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The day of reckoning draws nigh. As I begin the transition, what will change in my training philosophy? ABSOLUTELY F*CKING NOTHING. Guys, the way you train to gain muscle mass and strength is the same way you train when cutting. Think about it logically, why would we suddenly alter our intensity and training approach when trying to get lean? If it’s the best way to GAIN muscle, it’s also the best way to MAINTAIN muscle in a caloric deficit. Now, the overall VOLUME may need to go down as your calories progressively drop, because you’re no longer eating enough to recover from long bouts. Think of it this way: when you’re bulking, you’re digging a 20 foot deep hole with you’re training, and then filling it with 30 feet of dirt with your eating/sleeping. When cutting, you don’t have quite as much dirt to fill the hole with so you gradually dig a shallower hole but the QUALITY of that dirt is what’s important. So, when cutting, the intensity and attack is still there, but instead of 35-40 overall sets you may do 25-30. But if those sets are still quality and utilizing compound movements then your training will maintain your hard-earned muscle. What’s most important? What we do outside the gym and in the kitchen. Sleeping 7-8 hours a night. Getting in bed by 10 PM. Getting all our meals in and eating foods conducive to our goals. PEDAL IS FLOORED, let’s make something special.

The day of reckoning draws nigh. As I begin the transition, what will change in my training philosophy? ABSOLUTELY F*CKING NOTHING. Guys, the way you train to gain muscle mass and strength is the same way you train when cutting. Think about it logically, why would we suddenly alter our intensity and training approach when trying to get lean? If it’s the best way to GAIN muscle, it’s also the best way to MAINTAIN muscle in a caloric deficit. Now, the overall VOLUME may need to go down as your calories progressively drop, because you’re no longer eating enough to recover from long bouts. Think of it this way: when you’re bulking, you’re digging a 20 foot deep hole with you’re training, and then filling it with 30 feet of dirt with your eating/sleeping. When cutting, you don’t have quite as much dirt to fill the hole with so you gradually dig a shallower hole but the QUALITY of that dirt is what’s important. So, when cutting, the intensity and attack is still there, but instead of 35-40 overall sets you may do 25-30. But if those sets are still quality and utilizing compound movements then your training will maintain your hard-earned muscle. What’s most important? What we do outside the gym and in the kitchen. Sleeping 7-8 hours a night. Getting in bed by 10 PM. Getting all our meals in and eating foods conducive to our goals. PEDAL IS FLOORED, let’s make something special. - 20 days ago

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🔥MY APPROACH TO CONTEST/PHOTOSHOOT PREP🔥
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First off, give yourself enough time to change. You can’t prep for a photoshoot in 2 weeks, or really even a month and make any big difference, outside of some water retention. It’s just not gonna happen. For a photoshoot, I’d say 2 months minimum, and for a contest, 12 weeks minimum depending on where you’re at with body composition. -
Secondly. Don’t do anything drastic. Make small, gradual changes to caloric intake and/or cardio. This way, you can back off if your body responds negatively without losing any ground and reduce the impacts of said negative effects. -
Don’t completely cut a macro nutrient out. Sorry if this rustles some jimmies (actually I don’t care), but cutting carbs completely is out-dated and unnecessary. It works, sure, for a week, 2 weeks maybe. Then your body adjusts and metabolism slows to adjust to the nutrient deficiency. Carb cycling can work as long as you know what you’re doing. That kind of approach takes a lot of experience and knowledge of your own body. In my opinion you can get the same results with a gradual caloric deficit and moderate cardio provided you enter your contest prep at a respectable body fat percentage. For a shoot, you better be pretty lean already. Once the camera starts going, that’s it. So schedule shoots a couple months away UNLESS you’re already close to shoot shape, which you should be if you’re considering a photo shoot. -
Aim to be ready 1.5-2 weeks out of the contest. This way, you coast into the show, no worries, no “peak week” nonsense. If you do your homework you don’t have to cram for the exam, right? Same concept. All these “peak week” strategies risk ruining a package you worked many weeks to achieve. Don’t risk it, come in ready in advance. Cutting water/sodium manipulation is best left to PROVEN pro coaches who know their clients’ bodies thoroughly. Personally, I’d cut water at 6-7 PM the night before and then sip the day of.

MY APPROACH TO CONTEST/PHOTOSHOOT PREP - - Wouldn’t you like to know... - No, but really. I will delve completely into this subject in a blog on my website soon. But here are some very basic tips. - First off, give yourself enough time to change. You can’t prep for a photoshoot in 2 weeks, or really even a month and make any big difference, outside of some water retention. It’s just not gonna happen. For a photoshoot, I’d say 2 months minimum, and for a contest, 12 weeks minimum depending on where you’re at with body composition. - Secondly. Don’t do anything drastic. Make small, gradual changes to caloric intake and/or cardio. This way, you can back off if your body responds negatively without losing any ground and reduce the impacts of said negative effects. - Don’t completely cut a macro nutrient out. Sorry if this rustles some jimmies (actually I don’t care), but cutting carbs completely is out-dated and unnecessary. It works, sure, for a week, 2 weeks maybe. Then your body adjusts and metabolism slows to adjust to the nutrient deficiency. Carb cycling can work as long as you know what you’re doing. That kind of approach takes a lot of experience and knowledge of your own body. In my opinion you can get the same results with a gradual caloric deficit and moderate cardio provided you enter your contest prep at a respectable body fat percentage. For a shoot, you better be pretty lean already. Once the camera starts going, that’s it. So schedule shoots a couple months away UNLESS you’re already close to shoot shape, which you should be if you’re considering a photo shoot. - Aim to be ready 1.5-2 weeks out of the contest. This way, you coast into the show, no worries, no “peak week” nonsense. If you do your homework you don’t have to cram for the exam, right? Same concept. All these “peak week” strategies risk ruining a package you worked many weeks to achieve. Don’t risk it, come in ready in advance. Cutting water/sodium manipulation is best left to PROVEN pro coaches who know their clients’ bodies thoroughly. Personally, I’d cut water at 6-7 PM the night before and then sip the day of. - 21 days ago

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#MinuteWithMav Choosing the lifestyle YOU want to live. Don’t try to look or be like Instagram figures. If they promote health and positivity, sure, emulate. But don’t try to look like/compare yourself to these people who meticulously edit their pictures and only show you what they want you to see. Instead, be the best YOU. That’s how I’ve lived and now I’ve surpassed people I once wanted to look or be like. You do the same. Make your idols your rivals. But let’s be honest, nobody in the Instagram fitness world is worthy of being an “idol.” Great thinkers, leaders, innovators, speakers, throughout history are people we should strive to emulate. Not some chick that has 9 million followers from posting ass pics every day, or some meathead telling you to take a protein powder or test booster because it’ll get you jacked. I digress. Let’s make realistic goals, smash them, and then on to the next, fam.

#MinuteWithMav Choosing the lifestyle YOU want to live. Don’t try to look or be like Instagram figures. If they promote health and positivity, sure, emulate. But don’t try to look like/compare yourself to these people who meticulously edit their pictures and only show you what they want you to see. Instead, be the best YOU. That’s how I’ve lived and now I’ve surpassed people I once wanted to look or be like. You do the same. Make your idols your rivals. But let’s be honest, nobody in the Instagram fitness world is worthy of being an “idol.” Great thinkers, leaders, innovators, speakers, throughout history are people we should strive to emulate. Not some chick that has 9 million followers from posting ass pics every day, or some meathead telling you to take a protein powder or test booster because it’ll get you jacked. I digress. Let’s make realistic goals, smash them, and then on to the next, fam. - 22 days ago

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I guess 2017 turned out to be alright after all 😜 feeling very fortunate for a lot of reasons. Found me a good’n (huge understatement). I’m healthy, I’m happy, my website is up and running and off to a great start. I begin prep for my very first show in a couple weeks as well as head to the LA Fit Expo with @veinnutrition. I have a loving and supportive family and select group of friends that have my back no matter what. I want to thank all my IG supporters as well, without you guys I wouldn’t be making such strides. Your kind and supportive words have gotten me through some dark days. Let’s all make strides together in the New Year.

I guess 2017 turned out to be alright after all feeling very fortunate for a lot of reasons. Found me a good’n (huge understatement). I’m healthy, I’m happy, my website is up and running and off to a great start. I begin prep for my very first show in a couple weeks as well as head to the LA Fit Expo with @veinnutrition. I have a loving and supportive family and select group of friends that have my back no matter what. I want to thank all my IG supporters as well, without you guys I wouldn’t be making such strides. Your kind and supportive words have gotten me through some dark days. Let’s all make strides together in the New Year. - 23 days ago

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So, this is a thing now. I’ll be posting these videos every week to rant and rave about everything from training, to diet, to misconceptions, to everything both right and wrong in the health/fitness/bodybuilding world. I’ll go in depth about these subjects in my friday blog posts on my website! Thanks for everyone’s support, and have a lovely week.

#MinuteWithMav - - So, this is a thing now. I’ll be posting these videos every week to rant and rave about everything from training, to diet, to misconceptions, to everything both right and wrong in the health/fitness/bodybuilding world. I’ll go in depth about these subjects in my friday blog posts on my website! Thanks for everyone’s support, and have a lovely week. - 29 days ago

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