So you’ve been going to the gym a few times a week for the last couple of weeks. You’ve been eating better each day over that same course of time.
Why aren’t you seeing faster results?
Why aren’t you much stronger, and why do you not look much better when you take a look at the mirror?
The short and cliche answer is that “it takes time”, but what that really means is you haven’t built enough of a foundation yet.
The lifts you can or cannot make are a result of the time you spent or did not spend in the gym over the last several months and several years.
A person does not become obese by eating pizza and cake a few times a week for a couple of weeks. It takes years of poor eating habits and low activity levels to do that.
Most things you are doing today will not affect your health (whether that be positively or negatively) until months and years down the road.
It’s great that you’re getting to the gym a lot right now.
Keep doing that.
You’ll be stronger and look better in July.