Ohhh alright I get what you mean. I weigh about 172 right now and I don't think any of the goals I've set are too far out of my reach. Just gonna take some work to get there.
I started lifting weights the summer after the winter of my freshman year of high school with a few friends... form was pretty bad but we went all the time. Got really busy with school and other extracurricular activities (I wrestled so I stayed in good shape) so I chilled with the weights for a while, then got back into the swing of things after senior year of wrestling. I was working at McDonald's through most of high school so I definitely was not in the best shape because of the shit food I was eating all the time, but I was pretty athletic.
Freshman year of college I continued lifting at school with my roommate, who was my best friend from high school who also wrestled. He was super committed to getting huge and probably weighed 230 at his heaviest (he's 6'1"), so lifting with his was awesome because he really pushed me and motivated me to keep going.
Sophomore and junior years I was pretty depressed and lazy, definitely some dark times for me, and I wasn't in the gym much at all. Senior year I moved into a house with my freshman year roommate and 3 of my other best friends, all but one of them worked out and they would always ask me to go with them, so one day I said fuck it and went. At that point I was really not happy with how I looked and some bitch broke my heart, so I figured it'd be good for my confidence if I started lifting again. That was probably early April of 2015, and I've been lifting consistently since then, usually at least 4 days a week. That was also the first time I actually started drinking protein shakes consistently.
The summer after graduating I got a job at a gym in my town, so it makes it easier for me to go. The start of that summer my body fat percentage was about 17%, so along with lifting I did sprints a lot, and got it down to about 9%. Haven't done sprints in a while, but the percentage floats around 10%. I don't do too much cardio and just lift, and I fuckin love it. My confidence is higher than it's ever been and I love the way I look, which was the entire reason I started lifting again. I feel like I started back up again at the perfect time, now while everyone else is on their asses getting fat I'm staying ripped