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Old 11-20-2007, 11:22 AM   #1
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Hi every one! Let me start by saying that there is a lot of info in this site and I been trying to absor as much as I can, I started to go to the GYM about 2.5 moths ago and I haven't been this happy in a long time I just wish I had done this sooner! I was 305 now 265 in only 2.5 months. They told me I was 30% body fat and that was been nice, well to make a long story short I feel much better, and my cardio has gone up through the roof. I been training bery hard and I'm getting way stronger, I was hitting everything on my body in one day! legs, chest, back, I was doing practicaly anything and everything that came to me, no gots no glory, I have seen very rapid resolts not only in weight drop but strenght, I have started to take this seriouly so I been reading and I totaly agree with most of the stuff posted by some of you guys, I been over worked and under fed, BUT, for me right now is exactly what my body needed.

So to make a long story short, I now started to slow down, and I want to start a plan, there is no shortesh of trainers out there! but do you think I really need one or not?

This site has tons of info I gess the hard part willbe knowing where i want to go from here, BIG or Athletic or BOTH!!

Ither way I know I have to loose more fat, I still have a lot in my proble ares my chest and belly! So here it is! Let me know what you think!!!




Thanks any Advice will be greatly appresiated...!!!



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