A few pics of me
Nothing special. Took these in February. Not the greatest pics, but that's all I got. The military has this odd obsession with daily high intensity cardiovascular exercise, as well as this odd habit of deploying places with crappy chow and no gyms, so you kinda make due after nearly 15 years.
Figured you might be interested in the dude behind all the WSB crapolla posted up in the PL forum. ;)
pretty big if you ask me, good job
Looking really solid keth. Your upper body is definately impressive in that first pic.
I am actually suprised that you have been able to get to your current size in a military environment, like you said all that HIT cardio can be a real muscle eater. Kind of curious what the military allows you guys to travel with food/supplement wise in order keep the physique up.
"nothing special" my ass. Your a tank, and I mean that in a good way. Thanks for serving our country joining the military services.
hey, thanks for the props, guys. Generally, it's eay to post a lot of smacktalk, come across like you know what you're doing, and in reality, you're a 125-lb beanpole who has yet to lift weights for 4 consecutive weeks. I just wanted to post up to make sure people realize I walk the walk AND talk the talk.
it is INSANELY difficult keeping the muscle mass in the military. I do a ton of zig-zagging. I just got back from Thailand, where I had access to a pulldown machine (which I broke....d'oh!) and a bench press with 150 lbs. also had a swimming pool and a whole lot of humidity combined with terrible, terrible food. You make do with what you have
When I went to Iraq, I took a bunch of supplements with me. I lived on Isopure + gatorade (whcih was free over there)
for the most part, you can't really do much with supplements and the like because you have to carry the shiznit, and you never know where you'll be able to store it.
While we were in Iraq, we were at Taji, which had a horrible gym near our sleep area, and a really good one on the other side of the installation.
Howevr, after a 12-16 hour patrol, walking across the FOB in your full body armor means you are completely SMOKED once you get to the gym. The chow hall there was good though.
At Fallujah, we had zero workout facilities and we lived on whatever garbage they brought to us in the mermites (little metal cans)
Once we got set up in Mosul, the last few months, the food and workout situation improved greatly. After the bad guys blew up our first chow hall, they rebuilt it (in a different area). For about 4 months though, I lived on MREs (all hail the mighty peanut butter-n-cracker meals!) and the chocolate rice krispie cereal boxes.
You do what you gotta do though.
oh yeah, army, 96B (Military Intelligence analyst - HA!!! :D). and yes, the army tests for steroids. Trust me, I know. I have stood before a Commander and 1SG/CSM too many times to think the army just blows that off.
maybe some commands do blow it off, but I haven't found one of those commands. (last commet in response to PRs I've received)
damn. good job. Hope you stick around and share some knowledge.
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