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Infantryjoe 12-06-2006 11:56 AM

New and in the sand...
 
Well I feel some what silly for joining a bodybuilding fourm, but I'm lost. Ok here I go.

I started lifting after I got back from Iraq the first time. I was 225 and 21% body fat at the time. In 5 months I went to 240 and 15% body fat. Now after 2 and a half years I'm back in the army and back in Iraq. My weight now is 255 and 22% body fat. I loved my body back than, and I want to get it back and get bigger than that. When I was lifting the first time I was in Germany and eat everything and drinking like a fish. Now being here in Iraq(can't drink or really eat fat boy food) I can't loss the fat or get any size...

I know its going to take time to get back to looking alright. But what can I really do to help. What can I take to help, and do?


Thanks, the Infantry guy.

ChinPieceDave667 12-06-2006 12:34 PM

First off, welcome, glad to see you made the jump and joined.
Second, read the stickys in the training and nutrition sections to help you get a better understanding of where you could start and more specific questions you could ask to give you the results you need.

Frontline 12-06-2006 08:04 PM

Welcome to the board :biggthumpup:

Ditto to what Eric suggests, the stickies are a great place to start. We also have a few military guys here who can probably give you some pointers as how to accomplish your goals while in the service, so feel free to ask.

EricT 12-07-2006 06:35 AM

Sleazy mixed Dave and me up. I consider that a compliment!:)

Welcome to the board. If you want to slim down, watch out for MRE's.

ChinPieceDave667 12-07-2006 07:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Eric3237
Sleazy mixed Dave and me up. I consider that a compliment!:)

Na... you da man. :biglaugh:


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