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“It was weird, but I knew this was what I was going to do for the rest of my life,” Laid says.
The fourteen-year-old constructed a strict regimen for himself.
Keith and Kevin Hodge, who go by the “Hodge twins,” are beefy, foul-mouthed dudes with identical crewcuts.
They often film themselves eating obscene amounts of food.
With the money Laid has made from the ads on his video, he recently bought a Digital SLR camera to improve the quality of his posts.
“I would watch You Tube fitness videos, eat, go to the gym, go home, watch more videos, go to bed, repeat. That and go to school.” His icons were fitness models who documented their workouts and lifestyles through vlogs.
Marc Fitt, 23, is a square-jawed, upbeat French Canadian whose behind-the-scene videos showcase his morning routine and bed head.
It didn’t help his self-confidence, he says, that he grew up without a father.
At fourteen, Laid was diagnosed with scoliosis, after which he started doing some weight training with a physical therapist. Fed up, Laid searched You Tube for ways to get bigger, which is how he came across the transformation videos that motivated him to begin his own metamorphosis.