Today, I’m speaking with Tyler (@tyler.lavasseur), a 31-year-old minister living in Jackson, Florida, who has just become a dad.
Tyler started training when he was 21. He was fed up with the skinny-fat guy that stared at him in the mirror. In the last 10 years, incredibly, he’s gone from 195 to 245 pounds, with most of that being muscle.
He’s looking to compete in his first powerlifting competition in October, and his long-term goal is to get to 230 pounds at 10% body fat.
How can he get into his weight class without losing strength? And when should he start cutting?
Is his goal of 230 pounds at 10% body fat realistic? What is it going to take to get there? And how can he avoid the mistakes of the past?
Let’s dive in.
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