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Who is Jim Kipp?

This site is meant to be an inspiration for anyone who wants to turn their life around and become fit. Fitness is not about body-building, or cross country training, but being fit does allow you to achieve that; or any other dream you've had for yourself - if you are willing to make a commitment to yourself!

Who is Wesley (Jim) Kipp

Hi! I'm a regular guy. Or atleast I used to be. I spent the better part of my life not being fit. If you're looking at some of my pictures, you might not believe it - but it's true! Until very recently, I was unfit! It's not like I was committed to hurting my body, I just never paid attention to it. The result was poor diet, no exercise and an overall unhealthy lifestyle. But one fine day I decided to change that. I have had to work hard on it, but it was worth it. I made some mistakes and learnt certain things the hard way. But the result is for everyone to see.

Today, I'm not considered a regular guy. After reaching a certain level of fitness by being very disciplined about my diet, my workout schedule and having a deep respect for my well-being, I am participating (and sometimes winning) in power lifting meets that make me proud of myself. I currently hold the NYS record in the bench press in the 100% Raw Federation in the Masters II division. You'd think I've achieved all I ever wanted to but I continue to dream for more. I hope to one day compete in a physique contest - and I'm working towards that. After that, who knows what I will go after.

Mind you, all this with a full time job and a family. And I'm 48 yrs old!

I have only been able to do all this because I - formerly a regular unfit guy - persevered with my commitment to be fit. You can visit this link to read how I transformed my life and body here: Atkin Success-Stories/Wesley-Kipp

After being an inspiration to several of my friends, I have decided to start this website and offer advice to anyone else who wishes to make that commitment to themselves. What makes this site different is that the material is not written by someone who has been fit all his life and has no idea what challenges a regular unfit person faces. It is solid advice from a formerly unfit person, directly targetted at a soon-to-be fit person! It will try to highlight several things I had to learn the hard way. Regardless of how old you are and what level of fitness you're currently at, I hope this website benefits you.

You can click on the above links to watch my exercise videos for free. There is also a link that lists my prescribed daily workout routines for the entire week based on what fitness level you are at.

Visit this site often and feel free to write to me if you have any specific questions or if you'd just like to keep me posted on your progress. You could also send me a video of your workout routine and I will give you feedback on your form and your method.

I hope to hear from you! Thanks for stopping by!

Here are a couple before shots

October 2008
October 2008
And here are after

Summer 2009
March 2011


24 comments:

  1. Jim, love the before/afters!!! Your blog is looking awesome... It's been a while since I visited! I'm loving it!

    Jen

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  2. sir ur story v gud thnx

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  3. I have known you for over 30 years! I would have never thought that was you before! You look awesome just like you did 30 years ago. Keep up the great work. You are going to go far!

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  4. hey its tami from the ana boards... thx for sharing the link to your page and a huge congrats to you on your success! Its great to come back and see all of your progress.

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  5. Thanks Tami, For some reason blogger will not let me sign in with my google account

    Jim

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  6. Very inspirational Kipper!

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  7. Hey Jim, the blog is looking great. When I grow up I wanna be like you. LOL

    Seriously, you are doing some great work, keep up the good work.

    Terry (whyguy)

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  8. Your an inspiration Jim. Thanks for connecting over at UBC. Look to see you there in October.

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  9. you look like a chinaman !!!

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  10. Its great to see you in a fit form at 48! My dad who is from the army, and number of his friends are suffering from obesity, high B.P and backache at the age of 50.

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  11. Tangerine I will be 50 in August of 2012

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  12. It's a really inspiring story Jim...your age and your body both tell a different story...very impressive.

    The Invisible Art Blog

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  13. Hey Jim. Chris from MN writing and I'm just getting started on Atkins and I'm curious what supplement(s)(if any) did you use while on the initial phases of the Atkins plan?

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  14. HI Chris form MN in the induction phase I did not take any supplements but once I was on track and trying to build muscle I did enjoy Isopure Vanilla, it is 0 carb and delicious. However I still counted the serving as 1 carb because of the splenda. Also Parrillo.com has a great all protein milk 0 carb and 0 fat that is nice.

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  15. Wow! Just wow. Those are some serious results. Congratulations to you for all the hard work that you put into your body. That's amazing!

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  16. I think what we'd all like to know is, who is the pretty woman modeling your T-shirts?

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    1. Well I can tell you are from Latham NY so obviously you know me. Come ask me in person.

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  17. Thank you very much for your articles, and I think that gave me great inspiration, I'll find new anchor, get on with life up the good work!!!!! thank you.work out reviews

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