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Maverick Willett

6'5" NQ Classic Physique🏼
@bsnsupplements Sponsored Athlete🏼
Former Army Ranger
Taken AF @fit_kate_thegreat
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Finally found an app that helps me crop all 6’5” of me into an Instagram pic 😂
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Shooting with @bsnsupplements All weekend to unveil our new........LOL yea right I’m not telling you guys 🤐 Just know it’s going to change the game. Stay tuned in the next month or so 😉

#TeamBSN #Sponsored - - Finally found an app that helps me crop all 6’5” of me into an Instagram pic - Shooting with @bsnsupplements All weekend to unveil our new........LOL yea right I’m not telling you guys 🤐 Just know it’s going to change the game. Stay tuned in the next month or so - 1 day ago

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Questions? Ask me anything! Comment below ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️
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Need more chest but building season is off to a great start. I love carbs. #TeamBSN

Questions? Ask me anything! Comment below ️ - - Need more chest but building season is off to a great start. I love carbs. #TeamBSN - 2 days ago

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Pre workout: @bsnsupplements Pumped Edge
During/IntraWorkout: @bsnsupplements Amino X
Post Workout: @bsnsupplements Syntha-6 Isolate with salt/dextrose
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Some clips from push day. I’m currently taking a break from stimulants, so @bsnsupplements Pumped Edge is perfect for that. I can already tell a huge difference in my sleeping. Anyway, I’ve always struggled with my chest being a weak point. It’s one of those things where even if you can push a lot of weight on an exercise like barbell bench, it doesn’t matter if you’re not using the correct muscles. For instance, with my long limbs, I tend to divert the load to my triceps and front delts when benching heavy. I can barbell bench 450 lbs but if I don’t have the chest to show for it, what does that matter? It doesn’t! So, we go back to the drawing board and do more dumbbell work and use more mental cues, such as pretending there’s a pyramid on my chest during DB bench so that I push inward more instead of upward on the movement. More fly-type movements. Then, let’s throw in barbell bench at the end and....what’s this?! We can suddenly feel it in our chest more?! Sure, we’re not pushing as much weight due to the pre-exhaustion from the other exercises but who cares, we’re bodybuilding. Just food for thought. Your body never knows how heavy something is, it only knows how hard it has to work to move it. So slow the reps down big time. Yes, this will cut your reps down a lot but if you want development you’re going to have to get passed that. I digress. It’s taco Tuesday.

#TeamBSN #Sponsored - - Pre workout: @bsnsupplements Pumped Edge During/IntraWorkout: @bsnsupplements Amino X Post Workout: @bsnsupplements Syntha-6 Isolate with salt/dextrose - - Some clips from push day. I’m currently taking a break from stimulants, so @bsnsupplements Pumped Edge is perfect for that. I can already tell a huge difference in my sleeping. Anyway, I’ve always struggled with my chest being a weak point. It’s one of those things where even if you can push a lot of weight on an exercise like barbell bench, it doesn’t matter if you’re not using the correct muscles. For instance, with my long limbs, I tend to divert the load to my triceps and front delts when benching heavy. I can barbell bench 450 lbs but if I don’t have the chest to show for it, what does that matter? It doesn’t! So, we go back to the drawing board and do more dumbbell work and use more mental cues, such as pretending there’s a pyramid on my chest during DB bench so that I push inward more instead of upward on the movement. More fly-type movements. Then, let’s throw in barbell bench at the end and....what’s this?! We can suddenly feel it in our chest more?! Sure, we’re not pushing as much weight due to the pre-exhaustion from the other exercises but who cares, we’re bodybuilding. Just food for thought. Your body never knows how heavy something is, it only knows how hard it has to work to move it. So slow the reps down big time. Yes, this will cut your reps down a lot but if you want development you’re going to have to get passed that. I digress. It’s taco Tuesday. - 3 days ago

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What’s everyone training today? For me it’s LEGGG DAYYY so pretty much this:
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Warm up/mobility work/ @simplemobility wheel on my back
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Leg curls x6
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#TeamBSN #Sponsored - - What’s everyone training today? For me it’s LEGGG DAYYY so pretty much this: - - Warm up/mobility work/ @simplemobility wheel on my back - Leg curls x6 Abductor/Adductor machine Squats x8 Seated Calves x8 Weighted Glute/Ham Raises x6 - Das it mane. - 5 days ago

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Some #BackDay clips. I’ve been combining @bsnsupplements Nitrix and Pumped Edge pre workout and the pump is just stupid. This is obviously following my pre workout meal of jasmine rice and iodized salt. -
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I can’t emphasize enough the importance of hard squeezes and emphasized stretches if you’re trying to grow your back, specifically your lats. Stretch your lats between sets, hang from the bar, get as much blood in their as possible. Guys pay attention to what you’re doing. Some mental cues for back day: pretend your hands are just hooks for the weight. Loosen your grip and concentrate on pulling solely from the elbow. On most movements you want your chest out and your back arched. If doing a movement utilizing both arms at once, like a barbell row, focus on the above and trying to touch your elbows behind you. Hold the squeeze for an extra second. There are so many dudes doing more weight than me on back exercises, yet their back lacks development. What does that tell you? 2 things. One, you don’t need that much weight to develop your back, especially if you can’t feel it in the target area. And two, they’re just moving weight without thinking about what they’re doing, so basically just performing really sub-optimal bicep movements. I recommend wearing a good weight belt for support. No, it won’t “grow your waist”, and no it won’t “weaken your back”. It’s preservation. Same reason I wear knee wraps to squat. I digress. Have a great weekend guys.

#TeamBSN #Sponsored - - Some #BackDay clips. I’ve been combining @bsnsupplements Nitrix and Pumped Edge pre workout and the pump is just stupid. This is obviously following my pre workout meal of jasmine rice and iodized salt. - - I can’t emphasize enough the importance of hard squeezes and emphasized stretches if you’re trying to grow your back, specifically your lats. Stretch your lats between sets, hang from the bar, get as much blood in their as possible. Guys pay attention to what you’re doing. Some mental cues for back day: pretend your hands are just hooks for the weight. Loosen your grip and concentrate on pulling solely from the elbow. On most movements you want your chest out and your back arched. If doing a movement utilizing both arms at once, like a barbell row, focus on the above and trying to touch your elbows behind you. Hold the squeeze for an extra second. There are so many dudes doing more weight than me on back exercises, yet their back lacks development. What does that tell you? 2 things. One, you don’t need that much weight to develop your back, especially if you can’t feel it in the target area. And two, they’re just moving weight without thinking about what they’re doing, so basically just performing really sub-optimal bicep movements. I recommend wearing a good weight belt for support. No, it won’t “grow your waist”, and no it won’t “weaken your back”. It’s preservation. Same reason I wear knee wraps to squat. I digress. Have a great weekend guys. - 6 days ago

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🔥PREP CLIENT SPOTLIGHT🔥
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I want to give a HUGE good luck to my prep client @charles_ckokickboxing in his WBFF Fitness Model show today!! What you see here is an 8 WEEK difference. I don’t usually do this short of a prep but as a kickboxer and lifetime athlete, Charles is a beast and has followed our plan to a T day in and day out. The results don’t lie! I couldn’t be more proud of you man, Good luck up there, go kill it and above all, have fun!! #LifestyleByMaverick #Prep #WBFF #Gainz #Fitness #Shredded #Transformation

PREP CLIENT SPOTLIGHT - - I want to give a HUGE good luck to my prep client @charles_ckokickboxing in his WBFF Fitness Model show today!! What you see here is an 8 WEEK difference. I don’t usually do this short of a prep but as a kickboxer and lifetime athlete, Charles is a beast and has followed our plan to a T day in and day out. The results don’t lie! I couldn’t be more proud of you man, Good luck up there, go kill it and above all, have fun!! #LifestyleByMaverick #Prep #WBFF #Gainz #Fitness #Shredded #Transformation - 6 days ago

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Going through doors sideways was something I never anticipated. Yet, here we are. Have a great weekend guys.

#TeamBSN #Sponsored - - Going through doors sideways was something I never anticipated. Yet, here we are. Have a great weekend guys. - 7 days ago

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I can’t stress the importance of WHAT you eat over HOW MUCH you eat. Yes, calories in/calories out works to an extent. At some point, however, when your metabolic set point adjusts to restrictive dieting with super low calories, that method ceases to work and there’s medical trials/studies to prove it. The FDA nutrition facts label is over 100 years old. There is so much more to a food choice than just simply calories, carbs, proteins, fats, and sugar content. Your blood type, genetics, Ph levels, body chemistry, body type, age, all this factors in to how YOU break down and digest food. That’s why I think it’s LUDICROUS to make umbrella statements in this field such as “x amount of grams of protein is all you need” or “limit your carbs to 10% of your total caloric makeup” or “avoid red meat” lol give me a break, for every study showing red meat affects cholesterol levels negatively, I’ll show you the people living a sedentary lifestyle in the study and argue genetic predisposition/activity level as well as show you just as many studies stating dietary cholesterol has no affect on LDL/HDL. I recently had my cholesterol checked with my quarterly bloodwork and it was near perfect. Guess what I eat every day? RED MEAT. I also get plenty of omega 3’s and MCT fats in my diet, and exercise daily. But that’s just me. There’s a million variables that go into this. My point is, follow a dietary regimen consistently, take what works from it, keep doing it, take out what doesn’t work or agree with your digestion, rinse and repeat until you have a solid foundation you know will cater to your body. I digress. Happy Friday my friends.

#Sponsored #TeamBSN - - 12 weeks out—2 weeks out - I can’t stress the importance of WHAT you eat over HOW MUCH you eat. Yes, calories in/calories out works to an extent. At some point, however, when your metabolic set point adjusts to restrictive dieting with super low calories, that method ceases to work and there’s medical trials/studies to prove it. The FDA nutrition facts label is over 100 years old. There is so much more to a food choice than just simply calories, carbs, proteins, fats, and sugar content. Your blood type, genetics, Ph levels, body chemistry, body type, age, all this factors in to how YOU break down and digest food. That’s why I think it’s LUDICROUS to make umbrella statements in this field such as “x amount of grams of protein is all you need” or “limit your carbs to 10% of your total caloric makeup” or “avoid red meat” lol give me a break, for every study showing red meat affects cholesterol levels negatively, I’ll show you the people living a sedentary lifestyle in the study and argue genetic predisposition/activity level as well as show you just as many studies stating dietary cholesterol has no affect on LDL/HDL. I recently had my cholesterol checked with my quarterly bloodwork and it was near perfect. Guess what I eat every day? RED MEAT. I also get plenty of omega 3’s and MCT fats in my diet, and exercise daily. But that’s just me. There’s a million variables that go into this. My point is, follow a dietary regimen consistently, take what works from it, keep doing it, take out what doesn’t work or agree with your digestion, rinse and repeat until you have a solid foundation you know will cater to your body. I digress. Happy Friday my friends. - 7 days ago

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Many gains being made. Slowly transitioning back into the way I like to train. 6-8 sets Heavy compound lifts and then 3 or so exercises per body part following that. Intensity is key. Slowing down the eccentric portions of my reps. Although I do want to get stronger, I want to make sure I’m getting the most out of the weight I’m able to handle for a good 10 reps. For example, for now I’d rather do 275 on bench for 6 sets of 10-12 slow controlled reps than ramp up to 315 and crank out 8-10 fast crappy reps. Quality over quantity. I’ve had to learn the hard way many times to leave the ego at the door. Listen fam, 99% of people at the gym have absolutely no clue what they’re doing and no direction in their training. So don’t worry about what anyone thinks! Throw the headphones in, slip away into your own focused world, and get completely enveloped in what you’re doing. Every single rep counts. Meticulously pay attention to detail. More time under tension = more gainz. More ego lifting because people are watching = more snapped up joints and muscles. Longevity is everything in bodybuilding/fitness. I digress. Let’s keep working.

#TeamBSN #Sponsored - Many gains being made. Slowly transitioning back into the way I like to train. 6-8 sets Heavy compound lifts and then 3 or so exercises per body part following that. Intensity is key. Slowing down the eccentric portions of my reps. Although I do want to get stronger, I want to make sure I’m getting the most out of the weight I’m able to handle for a good 10 reps. For example, for now I’d rather do 275 on bench for 6 sets of 10-12 slow controlled reps than ramp up to 315 and crank out 8-10 fast crappy reps. Quality over quantity. I’ve had to learn the hard way many times to leave the ego at the door. Listen fam, 99% of people at the gym have absolutely no clue what they’re doing and no direction in their training. So don’t worry about what anyone thinks! Throw the headphones in, slip away into your own focused world, and get completely enveloped in what you’re doing. Every single rep counts. Meticulously pay attention to detail. More time under tension = more gainz. More ego lifting because people are watching = more snapped up joints and muscles. Longevity is everything in bodybuilding/fitness. I digress. Let’s keep working. - 8 days ago

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Oftentimes an expression says more than words ever could. - - Photo by my good friend, the ever-talented @iamlarryhamilton - 8 days ago

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🔥CLIENT SPOTLIGHT🔥
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➡️Swipe➡️ Some serious gains made by @kylejthrill in only a 3 MONTH PERIOD. As a mass gain client, Kyle has been on a lean bulk, with gradual increases over time. In just 3 months he has gained almost 10 lbs of muscle, which was his initial goal. For an experienced natural athlete, this is remarkable progress and I couldn’t be happier! Did I mention that he accomplished this while having a very demanding full-time job? I am always realistic with my clients. If someone comes to me and says “I want to gain 20 lbs of muscle in 8 weeks” I will tell you that is not possible or healthy to obtain. We set a realistic goal with Kyle and he’s crushing it. Kyle also keeps track of his nutrition via excel, which is a huge benefit to ensure progress. Keep killing it Kyle!
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Ready to make a positive, sustainable change? Click the link in my bio and begin your journey with me! Healthy, sustainable, NO QUICK FIXES, NO REBOUNDS, constant, steady progression that you will KEEP. #LifestyleByMaverick

CLIENT SPOTLIGHT - - ️Swipe️ Some serious gains made by @kylejthrill in only a 3 MONTH PERIOD. As a mass gain client, Kyle has been on a lean bulk, with gradual increases over time. In just 3 months he has gained almost 10 lbs of muscle, which was his initial goal. For an experienced natural athlete, this is remarkable progress and I couldn’t be happier! Did I mention that he accomplished this while having a very demanding full-time job? I am always realistic with my clients. If someone comes to me and says “I want to gain 20 lbs of muscle in 8 weeks” I will tell you that is not possible or healthy to obtain. We set a realistic goal with Kyle and he’s crushing it. Kyle also keeps track of his nutrition via excel, which is a huge benefit to ensure progress. Keep killing it Kyle! - - Ready to make a positive, sustainable change? Click the link in my bio and begin your journey with me! Healthy, sustainable, NO QUICK FIXES, NO REBOUNDS, constant, steady progression that you will KEEP. #LifestyleByMaverick - 10 days ago

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Overall comparisons, with commentary from @fit_kate_thegreat ❤️😂. From left to right, placings were 3rd, 1st, 2nd. Winner was a crossover from open bodybuilding. Lots of fun, still very very happy with what I brought, what I learned, and the great time that I had on stage. I was very proud to represent my family, my friends, my sponsor @bsnsupplements and my posing coach/good friend @chulafitness. Lots of time and effort put in by all competitors, congrats to all. #TeamBSN #ChulaFitness #FinishFirst #Gainz #keepitclassic #ClassicBodybuilding #Fitness #Muscle

#TeamBSN #Sponsored Overall comparisons, with commentary from @fit_kate_thegreat . From left to right, placings were 3rd, 1st, 2nd. Winner was a crossover from open bodybuilding. Lots of fun, still very very happy with what I brought, what I learned, and the great time that I had on stage. I was very proud to represent my family, my friends, my sponsor @bsnsupplements and my posing coach/good friend @chulafitness. Lots of time and effort put in by all competitors, congrats to all. #TeamBSN #ChulaFitness #FinishFirst #Gainz #keepitclassic #ClassicBodybuilding #Fitness #Muscle - 11 days ago

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Self prepped, self coached. But not self made. Hold those that truly have your best interests in mind very close, for they are RARE. 99% of people want to see you fail and flounder. Say nothing. Work in silence, kill them with your success. #TeamBSN #ChulaFitnessPosing #Gainz #HeightIsMight #NewEra #KeepItClassic

#TeamBSN #Sponsored Self prepped, self coached. But not self made. Hold those that truly have your best interests in mind very close, for they are RARE. 99% of people want to see you fail and flounder. Say nothing. Work in silence, kill them with your success. #TeamBSN #ChulaFitnessPosing #Gainz #HeightIsMight #NewEra #KeepItClassic - 12 days ago

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Nothing better than showing boo jelly where I grew up. No matter how many times I leave, there’s just no place quite like East Tennessee.

Nothing better than showing boo jelly where I grew up. No matter how many times I leave, there’s just no place quite like East Tennessee. - 14 days ago

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Mom and I side by side, the beginning of our routines, almost mirror images. Pretty cool. Still on cloud 9 that I was able to do this, and also that I could keep my mouth shut about it for 12 weeks lol
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Mom and I side by side, the beginning of our routines, almost mirror images. Pretty cool. Still on cloud 9 that I was able to do this, and also that I could keep my mouth shut about it for 12 weeks lol - - #TeamBSN #ChulaFitness #READYOK - 15 days ago

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Keep it classic. - - #TeamBSN #ChulaFitness #READYOK #classicphysique #ClassicBodybuilding #stevestonemetropolitan #Gainz - 16 days ago

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Self awareness.
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Self awareness. - - Photo by my good friend @iamlarryhamilton - 18 days ago

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Although I am self-prepped and do all of my own nutrition and training, I just want to thank a few people who helped me bring my best, and I couldn’t have done it without them. First off, I can’t thank @chulafitness enough. As a posing coach She’s truly a master of her craft. I got a lot of compliments on my posing, she helped me utilize my height and length and instead of it limiting me. She helps you create a routine and make it your own, and she was helpful from start to finish. Can’t say enough about her. I want to thank my parents @slwillett And @skipwillett for supporting me from day one (in my life) and flying out to see my show. I’m very fortunate to have parents that double as best friends. They don’t come any better. Thank you @fit_kate_thegreat for being supportive and understanding, even on low carb days when I had very little patience and my fuse was shortened. Thanks for sticking through it and flying up to smelly jersey to be there for me. I love you. Thank you to @bsnsupplements for doing everything a bad ass sponsor should and then some, and having supplements I can depend on when I need extra protein or energy to get me through low carb days. So excited and fortunate for our future together. Thank you to my awesome friends who came out to support me @kelsialmond @derekkennethpoole @jenningsbrower @craig.messick @markymarsh @libasinator @kerstnsmith @barry.godin. That meant the world to me and hearing you cheering was so awesome. And thanks to those who supported me from afar @huntrich89 @jkbauer13 @gim_fit @mikemikeleal @antoniofreeman_ifbbpro @disrxupt @dariusmason1 and my BSN/ON team who sent me words of encouragement. It all helped motivate me and it just flat out made me happy. -
So, I weighed in at 238, with my limit being 252. So there’s obviously room to grow. I plan on taking a few months, maybe almost a year to add quality size to my frame and be healthy and enjoy a great off season now that I’m nationally qualified. Then it’s a quest for the pro card! Thank you to everyone for supporting me. I’ll post videos of my before/afters and how my posing routine evolved, and much more.

Great shot from my good friend @derekkennethpoole. - - Although I am self-prepped and do all of my own nutrition and training, I just want to thank a few people who helped me bring my best, and I couldn’t have done it without them. First off, I can’t thank @chulafitness enough. As a posing coach She’s truly a master of her craft. I got a lot of compliments on my posing, she helped me utilize my height and length and instead of it limiting me. She helps you create a routine and make it your own, and she was helpful from start to finish. Can’t say enough about her. I want to thank my parents @slwillett And @skipwillett for supporting me from day one (in my life) and flying out to see my show. I’m very fortunate to have parents that double as best friends. They don’t come any better. Thank you @fit_kate_thegreat for being supportive and understanding, even on low carb days when I had very little patience and my fuse was shortened. Thanks for sticking through it and flying up to smelly jersey to be there for me. I love you. Thank you to @bsnsupplements for doing everything a bad ass sponsor should and then some, and having supplements I can depend on when I need extra protein or energy to get me through low carb days. So excited and fortunate for our future together. Thank you to my awesome friends who came out to support me @kelsialmond @derekkennethpoole @jenningsbrower @craig.messick @markymarsh @libasinator @kerstnsmith @barry.godin. That meant the world to me and hearing you cheering was so awesome. And thanks to those who supported me from afar @huntrich89 @jkbauer13 @gim_fit @mikemikeleal @antoniofreeman_ifbbpro @disrxupt @dariusmason1 and my BSN/ON team who sent me words of encouragement. It all helped motivate me and it just flat out made me happy. - So, I weighed in at 238, with my limit being 252. So there’s obviously room to grow. I plan on taking a few months, maybe almost a year to add quality size to my frame and be healthy and enjoy a great off season now that I’m nationally qualified. Then it’s a quest for the pro card! Thank you to everyone for supporting me. I’ll post videos of my before/afters and how my posing routine evolved, and much more. - 19 days ago

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