You can’t. It’s not possible. There are no magic pills, miracle workouts, or dietary silver bullets. To get ripped, i.e. gain muscle and lose fat, there is no way around it; you will have to work harder with more focus than you’ve ever thought possible, and despite what magazines and the diet industry would have you believe, it’s not attainable in a short term like 6 months.
You might not be able to, because there is a limit to how quickly you can lose body fat, and the leaner you get the slower you lose it.
Assuming your body fat percentage is already down to the mid teens you might be able toin five or six months without losing muscle if you 1. Reduce your calories just enough for your body to get as much energy from your fat stores as possible without reducing them too far and cannibalizing your lean body mass, and 2. If you strength train properly. Without a lot more information including your weight and body composition, age, average daily activity level, what your current diet and exercise program looks like, etc., I can’t give you any more specifics info about whether it is possible or if not how much longer it might take, or how you should do it.
Yes, you can but depends on your control.
I have been working out for past 5 years just at home and with no supplements and completely homemade diet and I have learnt that passion and dedication is the utmost importance to get the body of your dreams.
If you don’t have that dedication then probably a leading gym can provide personal training (which rips your pocket 1st) to make you ripped.
Simple answer is yes you can.
It could be possible if you already have good amount of muscle. If not, it takes many years. If you already have good amount of muscle, eat about 2000–2300 calories per day and adjust from there if it feels wrong. 2g of protein per 1 kg of body weight.