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Old 03-16-2005, 05:14 PM   #11
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Great job, Fool! I hope to post some transformation pics soon, too.

You know, you're young enough that I think your skin will be back to normal over time. And there has to be some alternatives other than surgery, I would think.

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Old 03-16-2005, 11:18 PM   #12
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That is amazing progress. I am going to really take your diet under consideration. What is your training like? Volume? HIT?

I don't see any man boobs at all. Your pecs look great.

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Old 03-26-2005, 02:52 PM   #13
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Makes me wanna say wooo, u must have lost at least 10 percent BF??
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Old 03-26-2005, 06:16 PM   #14
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Damn, dude. That's really inspiring. It always lifts me up when I see people working hard and improving their lives.

God bless, man.
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Old 03-26-2005, 06:37 PM   #15
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If I drink that much milk, I will sure be spending lot of time in the shit room
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Old 04-04-2005, 12:18 PM   #16
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Fool, you look awesome. I'm glad you posted those pics, I know it will be very encouraging for the guys to see what a little hard work can do. Keep up the good work. Make sure you post another pic in 6 months.

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Hey dude,

That's really awesome that you've put that much work in to your physique. There was one point in my life when I put on a lot of fat on top of my already large body, until finally I just said "wtf am I doing to myself?" I realized it was more of a depressed state of mind, than any physical reason. I immediately went into a zen like training system and changed myself very quickly. In a matter of 2 or 3 months I as looking like a different person. The funniest thing about it, and I'm sure you can relate, was when people would come up to me (mostly women) and ask what I did to lose all the fat. When I answered "I am extremely disciplined in my diet. I do intense cardio 4 times a week. I work out with heavy weights 4-5 times a week. I practice martial arts and boxing. I work extremely hard and when I feel tired, I force myself to work harder. When I crave foods I'm not allowed to eat, I punish myself with an extra 50 crunches. I am almost cruel in the way I punish my body. If you can do all of that, you can change like I did."

They nearly always walk away. I suspect they were hoping I'd say "I just bought this new chocolate bar and it nearly shaved 50lbs off of my @ss in 1 hour!!!"



Anyway, keep it up. Good stuff dude. Proud of you.

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They nearly always walk away. I suspect they were hoping I'd say "I just bought this new chocolate bar and it nearly shaved 50lbs off of my @ss in 1 hour!!!"



Anyway, keep it up. Good stuff dude. Proud of you.

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Yeah that is often the way for many people. You really worked your ass off Fool and it shows, that is just an amazing transformation you must feel a million times better. That is an ispiration to me and I hope to all others out there, great job man!
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Great job, OUTSTANDING.
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holy scheite dude! thats some AMAZING progress! awesome job! i bet you are really proud of yourself... you definitly deserve a pat on the back. keep up the hard work, and props once again!! wow
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