My Skinny Fat to Fit Transformation

Hi, my name is Roger De Leon, I am 31 years old and I am Skinny Fat.  I’ve been Skinny Fat since I was 17 years old and over the past years I’ve tried to get into better shape and live a healthier lifestyle. I’ve had some successes but many failures all through these many years.  I could spend hours talking about my past attempts to get into better shape (maybe on future posts) but this website is to share my transformation journey (which began on April 2020) from being a Skinny Fat to Fit person.  To help stay motivated with my transformation I will do what I never did on my past attempts: this Blog to keep track of and share my progress with the world on my ultimate Skinny Fat to Fit Transformation.

The Beginning:

Last Update:

In this website I will Post Weekly Updates with Data (charts and tables) on different measurements of my body weight, body fat %, skinfold, and others, along with photos and videos of my physical change. I will also do Posts on every Workout I do showing the exercises I did with sets and reps, along with a video of the entire Workout to keep track of: how I am able to lift heavier, how my exercise form evolves and how my body changes. All of this because I want to be able to go back and see how my body changes through my Skinny Fat to Fit transformation journey.

I am writing this first page on April 5, 2020 and I am ready to share it with whoever is interested in following my personal Skinny Fat to Fit Transformation journey. If you want to be part of my journey, consider subscribing to this Blog and my YouTube channel. If you are starting or thinking of starting your own fitness journey, I would like to stay in touch to share thoughts and help ourselves stay motivated.

4 Week Update of my Skinny Fat To Fit Transformation, Before and After, 4 Sides

I might have started this Blog at the worst time; due to the COVID-19 pandemic and being asked by Government Officials to stay home makes things difficult as there are no Gyms open to the public. Therefore, I will have to work out at my Home Gym, which I have just finished setting up. Due to my job coming to a halt (due to the Coronavirus Pandemic) I decided to begin my fitness journey as a way of coping with the unusual times we are living in. I want to make the most out of this situation by working hard on this personal goal I’ve had for years. I wish to create good momentum so when things go back to normal I can keep working on this Blog.

My Guidelines:

My Workout Routine:

Day of the weekWorkout
MondayUpper Body
TuesdayLower Body
ThursdayUpper Body
FridayLower Body

My Goals:

My Short-Terms Goals are to see some results every 1 month. I will make a Posts and Videos every 1 Month on my Progress.

My Mid-Term Goal is to see major results after 6 months from April 2020. So, by the end of September 2020, I will make a Post and Video on my Progress. 

My Long-Term Goal is to see a drastic change on my body, 1 year from April 2020. So, by April 2021, I will make a Post and Video on my Two-Year Skinny Fat to Fit Transformation.  I will continue the lifestyle. 

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My Updates...

My Updates posts are weekly and monthly based pages with my current Body Composition Stats like Body Weight, Body Fat and Muscle. I will be comparing each post with The Beginning. To view all my updates click here. My last four Updates posts are shown below: 

To view all my Update Posts click here. 

My Workouts

My Workouts posts are daily pages where I will post a Video of my full workout along with a table to show the excercises, sets and reps of that specific workout. To view all my workouts click here. My last four Workouts posts are shown below:

My Transformation Progress

My Skinny Fat to Fit Transformation Progress


Current Stats:

Workouts Completed

Body Weight

Body Weight

Body Fat


Click here to see more on my transformation progress

Meet my Gear

I will be doing my workouts at my Home Gym. I will also perform body weight excercies, along with some Yoga workouts. 

“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.”