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Old 07-15-2006, 08:04 PM   #1
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Hi guys, I did a quick introduction in the member introduction secion. What i'd like to do is increase my build overall. I'm 6' tall, weigh 168 pounds at about 10% body fat. It's hard to tell how much lean mass I want to add at this point, but i'm thinking 190 pounds at 10% bodyfat would be good for me. I'm very new to this, so shoot me some advice................

here are the pics of my fatloss journey.
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Old 07-15-2006, 08:05 PM   #2
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holy shit... great progress man.. thats motivating... tell us how did ya do it
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That is kickass progress, look like a whole new person, and years younger.

I'd be interested as well to see your diet, training, and supplementation plan that you used throughout your transformation
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Great job!
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Thanks guys Well, the first 3 months I was on a low carb/low fat diet. I cut out cheese, mayo, ice cream, sweets and all fast food completely. I was (and still am) eating alot of tuna and chicken. 1 slim fast in the morning, a truckload of water all day long, apples, grapefruits, loads of steamed vegetables. I was road biking from the beginning. At first I was only able to do 6 mile rides maybe 2-3 times week. As the fat came off, and my physical condition improved, I increased the bike riding through the weeks. Now i'm doing about 120 miles a week on the bike (four 30 mile rides a week), and for the past month i've been weight training. I do sit ups and crunches 3 times a week.
As far as my weight training goes, I don't really know what i'm doing, i'm almost certain my nutrition is way off to put on the lean muscle mass that i'm looking for. I started taking protein powder when I started working out about a month ago now. I'm an easy gainer when it come to fat, it doesn't seem muscle is going to come as easily.......
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I'm an easy gainer when it come to fat, it doesn't seem muscle is going to come as easily.......
You're certainly not the only one!

Just don't get discouraged. Fat loss is fast, muscle building is slow in relation to one another.

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thats awesome man... im stunned... you are looking cut as hell.. and you learned to shave haha
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great job keep it up
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wow...congrats....

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good job!!!
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