Craig Golias' story is unusual. Being naturally thin, he was self-conscious about his weight and physical appearance. Indeed, he was 1m91 tall and weighed just 68 kg. So, he decided to take control of the situation.Amazing muscle gainCraig, who's passionate about bodybuilding and weightlifting, started bodybuilding to look like those buff guys he saw in magazines. With his starting weight of 68kg, it was very easy for him to gain fat and muscle mass.I was a toothpick in high school and didn’t work out at all. Then I just woke up one day and decided that I wanted some muscles [and] before I knew it, I just got obsessed. Going from 68 kg to 160 kg, that is quite a change. It’s drastic.To reach his goal, Craig Golias started working out for at least a couple of hours, 5 to 6 days a week. On top of that, he eats 5 big meals a day. View this post on Instagram When they say it couldn't be done I proved them wrong... if you have a dream never give up on it. Otherwise you'll always be left wondering "what If"...some might call this a sickness, i call it building a legacy. - Make sure to check out my YouTube video with @hookedonthelookshow - ONLINE COACHING IS HERE Dm me for rates! Men or women CUT✔️BULK✔️FAT-LOSS-COMPETE - #fuckskinnygethuge #craiggolias #bodytransformation #belive A post shared by craiggolias (@craiggolias) on Nov 6, 2019 at 4:48pm PSTAn extremely high-protein dietTo significantly increase the size of his muscles, Craig, aka Goliath, says that he got his body through hard work alone. His bulking secrets: juice, white rice, and meat. To maintain his weight of 160 kg, he has to follow a very strict diet that consists of complex carbs, sugar and large amounts of protein. View this post on Instagram I just died in your arms tonight, it musta been something you said....... saaaaaap! - GOLIAS ONLINE COACHING Dm me to get started today! Bulk\/cut\/fat-loss\/compete men or women - #fuckskinnygethuge #craiggolias #lvac #bodybuilding #pomeranian #puppy #bodybuildingmotivation #fitfam #fitspo #fitness #onlinecoach #peakcheck A post shared by craiggolias (@craiggolias) on May 28, 2019 at 5:02pm PDTIn addition, to boost his performance and improve his appearance, Craig Golias uses steroids. He considers that steroid use isn't dangerous, as long as it's done correctly. He told the New York Post:I feel like there’s nothing wrong with steroids, considering how old you are. If you’re not abusing it, then you’re using it for the right reasons. It’s very common for bodybuilding. View this post on Instagram This one is for the ones who don't believe, who say "I could never get that big". Shut up! Do the work! And let's get fucking hyyyyyuge! It won't be easy! It won't come quick!!! So just enjoy the journey! Stay motivated! And the end results will be well worth the sacrifice. - SNAPCHAT👻CRAIGGOLIAS Let me coach you today and get You to your summer goal! (Dm me on sale today 💪🏻) - #fuckskinnygethuge #craiggolias #beforeandafter #transformation #motivation #fitnessmotivation #bodybuilding #bodytransformation #bodybuildingmotivation #fitfam #fitspo #fitness #onlinecoach #peakcheck A post shared by craiggolias (@craiggolias) on Apr 10, 2019 at 4:41pm PDTHowever, he's aware of the fact that maintaining a body like his takes constant work and admits that he won't be able to keep it up for the rest of his life: "The negatives about being 350lbs of muscle? I’d say trying to tie your shoelaces, taking a shower, going upstairs – just certain things like that. They do add up. It’s 24 hours a day, so if you’re not eating, you’re sleeping, if you’re not sleeping, you’re training, if you’re not training, you’re eating more. There’s always something. I’d like to stay this big for at least the next five years, though. That would be great."