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Old 12-28-2005, 01:00 AM   #11
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wait wait wait...

sorry about the previous post my man... no actually you don't look like CT..

sorry about that... yet, i feel asif i've seen you somewhere....

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Old 12-29-2005, 01:50 PM   #12
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Ashimmatthan,

nope it's me. Haven't posted on any other site, as for concealing the mug, well i'm not counting out all suplemental posibilities yet ;p

as for the hair, i've done some reseach and it isn't good. Propecia doesn't work well with bodybuilding, dht/testosterone issue. Oh well.

I'm attaching some current pics of me i took today.

I had a hard time trying to attach the pics. i had to reduce them and trim.
found out that i could send it as a j-peg without cutting or trimming so here they go, as fo the others if you guys want me to repost them as j-pegs just say the word.
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Old 12-30-2005, 01:44 PM   #13
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Welcome! Your'e off the a great start.
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Old 12-30-2005, 02:31 PM   #14
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Old 12-30-2005, 04:09 PM   #15
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Great transformation so far. Try taking procerin for your hair, it's an herbal supplement that is mostly saw palmetto. This is very effective for the hairline in most cases.

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Type of food.doc

Thanx alot bro's for the words of encouragement. I have to say, i have read info on other sites, but they are too technical ;) for me at my current stage of development. Although i have joined and read thier threads, i feel that the advice found here will best suit my needs. I need allot of help, i know i can't do it alone. The first lbs. are easy, but what comes next will be difficult.

Upon reading some theads yesterday i came across ChinpieceDave677, who said that before starting any supplement u have 2 have the right diet. I need a diet plan. I hope someone can help in figure-out a diet plan. I work and go to school. I've attached a list of the food i eat at any given day. The first month of my program was like this:

I ate three big mac meals or carls jr. meals durring the day. After 5 pm i ate nothing. I lifted weights in the morning; benchpress, arm curls, military press, squats, and bends and thrusts. And at night i walked/ran 3 miles.

I read somewhwere that 0311 adviced a newbie, like myself, that he needed to take in @ 270 gms of protrein, in order to grow muscle. So i've been doing just that for the second month. Results are defineatley noticeable in the arms, but my legs are still toothpicks. And i'm gaining weight again.



0311 is a monster, i would look like a potato with 4 toothpicks next to him, or most of you guys for that matter, I hope I could still take him up on his offer to give me some tips, though.



I start the winter session on Feb. 3. And itís going to be a difficult one, math has always been a subject I tried to run from. I'm going to take a memory suppliment to help out also.

oh, almost forgot, Dr.x, where can i get procerin.

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Old 12-30-2005, 11:01 PM   #17
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Am I reading this thread correctly?

You went from 223 to 175, then up slightly?

In 6 weeks?

Really?

I would say the pictures looks right, but the time frame I'm reading must be wrong...can't be true.

Now the weight going up and hairing coming down, so to speak, sounds like steroids to me. You cycling?

Nonetheless, a very nice transformation.
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Thanx alot bro's for the words of encouragement. I have to say, i have read info on other sites, but they are too technical ;) for me at my current stage of development. Although i have joined and read thier threads, i feel that the advice found here will best suit my needs. I need allot of help, i know i can't do it alone. The first lbs. are easy, but what comes next will be difficult.

Upon reading some theads yesterday i came across ChinpieceDave677, who said that before starting any supplement u have 2 have the right diet. I need a diet plan. I hope someone can help in figure-out a diet plan. I work and go to school. I've attached a list of the food i eat at any given day. The first month of my program was like this:

I ate three big mac meals or carls jr. meals durring the day. After 5 pm i ate nothing. I lifted weights in the morning; benchpress, arm curls, military press, squats, and bends and thrusts. And at night i walked/ran 3 miles.

I read somewhwere that 0311 adviced a newbie, like myself, that he needed to take in @ 270 gms of protrein, in order to grow muscle. So i've been doing just that for the second month. Results are defineatley noticeable in the arms, but my legs are still toothpicks. And i'm gaining weight again.



0311 is a monster, i would look like a potato with 4 toothpicks next to him, or most of you guys for that matter, I hope I could still take him up on his offer to give me some tips, though.



I start the winter session on Feb. 3. And itís going to be a difficult one, math has always been a subject I tried to run from. I'm going to take a memory suppliment to help out also.

oh, almost forgot, Dr.x, where can i get procerin.

thanks,
IronDawgg
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Now as for your diet, You could read my how to cut sticky but basically you need to first firgure out yor BMR (basic metabolic rate) Your body weight x 12 is a good average. If you are 180lbs your BMR is 180 X 12 = 2160. This is the amount of calories you need every day to stay at your current weight. Now you need to calculate about 300 calories less than this every day which is 1860 and divide by 6 meals a day. So average 310 calories per meal a day and you will lose weight if that is your goal. Now it is important to get the right amount of protein and carbs so if you are cutting and you want at least 180 grams of protein there are 4 calories per gram so you have to figue 720 calories at least in protein. Then you need to add in the carbs and fat and you can plan your meals. If you want to gain weight just up the calories. I also suggest you vary slightly day by dat so your body dosne't settle into a certain caloric intake amount.

This is the short quick version, just read the stickies and let me know if you are stuck on anything.
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Old 01-08-2006, 10:54 PM   #19
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hey guys,

Well i tried, I thought i could take a winter course in math (intermediate algebra), not having taken any math in +/- 6 years. I was way too much. The class is @ 4 weeks long and covers too much material for me to register. I guess with my change in excersize routine, i could not focus ;p

one thing that i did get out of it is, i used a nursing program in the computer lab called "diet analysis plus". I don't really know what the program is for, but, being that i was waiting, i plugged in my stats. It asked me for a calorie intake, i just plugged in 3142.11, ohh by the way, when i plugged in my stats. it calculated my body mass intake to be at 28.06, but the coach at the college had me grip a kinda-like "playstation controller" and stated my body mass to be 17.5. well here goes the results:

(basic componets)

Water --g
Protein 68.95g
carbohydrates 455.61g
dietary fibers 31.42g
fat-total 104.74g
saturated-fat 31.42g
mono-fat 38.40g
poly-fat 34.91 g
cholesterol 300mg

(Vitamins)

Vitamin A R E 1000.RE
thiamin-B1 1.20mg
niacin-B3 16mg
vitamin-B6 1.30mg
vitamin b12 2.40 mg
vitamin-c 60mg
vitamin Dmcg 5.0mcg
vitamin E alpha equiv. 10.00mg
folate 400.

(Minerals)

Calcium 1000 mg
Iron 10 mg
magnesium 420 mg
phosphourus 700mg
potassium 3750mg
sodium 2400mg
zinc15.00mg

so, i guess i'll have to get the break-down of the actual food i eat to make sure i meet these totals.

will i need to take in more inorder to build muscle?

Also, i spoke to a strength coach that told me that the calves and the forearms are the hardest to develop, "either have them or you don't" i don't subscribe to this notion. But i believe he's right when he said that i could re-gain my old form. Well have to see. I am willing!
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Old 01-08-2006, 11:37 PM   #20
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Yes sir,

I was looking back on my relationship, and it occured to me that i, was the asshole. There is no way i was going to catch another piece like her, especially in my present condition. So i started exercizing to try to get back to some sort of form.

listen, i was fat, i mean fattt! Working out in the field you rarely eat, i would eat at around 6:30 am to work, load up the work truck, and be at the jobsite at 7:00am. When working in the heat, shit, most of the crew would either drink (a substance other than water) ;p or smoke ;) so i guess, you could say i was one of those water guys. When i got home i would eat like a king, then go to bed, i did this for +/- five years.

I started my weight reduction the same time i went back to school. I have just finished the semester and am a week into the winter session. I do not know the exact date but a between june 20 - sept. 1.


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Am I reading this thread correctly?

You went from 223 to 175, then up slightly?

In 6 weeks?

Really?

I would say the pictures looks right, but the time frame I'm reading must be wrong...can't be true.

i'm at about 190+/-3 lbs right now. But i've only been lifting, on walk/running.


I can re-post the pictures the pictures are mine, i have a stab scar on my left side where a went in and out.

Now the weight going up and hairing coming down, so to speak, sounds like steroids to me. You cycling?

bicycling, no not yet;)

Nonetheless, a very nice transformation.
The transformation is on many levels, the one i find to be the most drastic is the ability to let go of the old and try something new. I hope that as i grow in form my personal skills will grow as well.
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