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Fool 03-08-2005 01:58 PM

Transformation Series
 
Thought some of you guys might find this as interesting. This is how i've progressed over the past couple of years

http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~mdowdell/transformation.jpg

The most recent pictures I have are from Jan 26th:

http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~mdowdell/new%20001.jpg
http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~mdowdell/new%20002.jpg
http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~mdowdell/new%20003.jpg


I train exclusively with the 5x5 program that was posted here, diet is rock solid and i cheat very little. Still all natural, sorry i'm really horrible at posing but i'll get better i imagine

Dave876 03-08-2005 03:00 PM

Great job! What sort of diet do you follow?Keep up the good wrk!

Gary 03-08-2005 05:16 PM

Wow thats amazing, how much weight have you lost total?

Fool 03-08-2005 05:25 PM

I have lost 120lbs total, my diet is as follows:

Breakfest:
2 Scoops ON Whey
2 tblspoons Flax Seed Oil

Lunch:
2-3 Chicken Breasts, either pan cooked with 1 tblspoon olive oil or baked in an oven with some bread crumbs on top.

Dinner:
2 Chicken Breasts, once again either pan cooked or baked
1 Cup Brown Rice
5-6 Peices of Asparagus

PWO/Later:
2 Scoops ON Whey
1/3rd cup dextrose (PWO only...)

Diet is the same every single day, don't really see much need for variation and I am still seeing great gains off of this and keeping the weight off while building considerable mass.

speakle 03-08-2005 05:47 PM

I cant tell the difference..which is before? :p Just kidding, awesome transformation you must feel 100x better. I have a freind who is pushing 350 and beginning to see the need for a life change. Once he is really ready I may get some info from you.

Snachito 03-08-2005 06:12 PM

Good job!! You should be very proud of yourself!

hrdgain81 03-09-2005 07:23 AM

Goodness gracious, thats some transformation bro. Great job, and keep it up.

GuardDog 03-12-2005 10:59 AM

Hell yea Bro! Way to Go! :cool:

I am kinda curious though, what are you going to do about the excess skin? Will time take care of it or are you going to get it surgically removed? The reason I ask is because this girl at work had the stomach bypass operation and she lost a lot of weight, but she has a lot of extra skin and doesn't know what to do about it. She is thinking about getting it removed.

Fool 03-14-2005 06:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GuardDog
Hell yea Bro! Way to Go! :cool:

I am kinda curious though, what are you going to do about the excess skin? Will time take care of it or are you going to get it surgically removed?

I've already been to a few plastic surgeons, really since I was so obese the only option is to get the extra skin removed. I was quoted $13,000 or so to get my stomach and manboobs fixed.

Still in college right now so I can't really afford it, although I am seriously considering taking out a student loan and just paying for it.

GuardDog 03-14-2005 07:53 AM

HAHA, Student loans got me through a whole bunch of things. At one point I thought my Jeep was going to get repo'd so I took out a student loan to pay it off. I also took a few extra vacations too during that time. Overall, I was happier for doing it, and can now take my time paying it off.


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