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Old 07-18-2007, 07:05 AM
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you should also have some high GI carbs in your post workout shake, like PV, if you dont already.

congrats on the progress so far man, seems like you've come a long way in a short peroid of time, just dont get frustrated when the fat loss slows down, because it will happen.
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Old 07-18-2007, 03:01 PM
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I take 1/2 PV 15min before and right after a workout.
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Old 07-19-2007, 07:29 AM
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Old 07-20-2007, 11:55 PM
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I was very busy on the 19th so I posted from my phone. I did work out in the morning. We did legs, again we dropped the reps and increased the weights. I have to admit I feel much stronger everyone keeps telling me to eat more calories and carbs but I just am not hungry. I am usually just tired I am sleepy all the time. I am dispatcher and I have the phones most of the time. It does not matter whether I have a day off or not I will still get a few calls (few being at least 256mins). I just want to sleep that is what I am having the hardest time with. I always want to sleep but I have a hard time going to bed I will lay there doing calculations in my head for mileage or profit or what ever until I pass out and don't remember when I went to bed.
As far as the workout and the diet I am working my ass off and I feel strong but the diet I am kinda doing bad on. Since I started eating the right foods I am still way below on calories. I eat around 1300 on average and if I don't watch my self I can easily be below 900. It is because Of that sleep and work thing when I am not working I want to be sleeping so I am not eating. I will work it out just wanted to mention what I have been having a hard time with.

Ummmpain thanks for the comps man! My legs started getting big in high school. I loved to work them out I know it is all genetics because my sisters hate there legs and I love mine. I ran a 4.3 40 my sophomore year(This was my coaches timing on a stopwatch). I blew my knee at the middle of my sophomore year during homecoming. I think I could have gotten faster, I always ran hills. I got up to running hills with I think 185lbs on a sled and down on my back. It was impressive to me because I puked everytime... No stopping it.
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Hey everyone, its been a long time. Still working hard. I got down to the 175 but was way to skinny and lost lots of mass. I am at 185 now and still working hard. I will hopefully post a pic soon. Everything is still pretty much the same I am on my own as far as working out have been for a while. No huge gains just plugging along. I figure it took 25 years to put the weight on how fair is it to ask to get it off in 1.

Hope everyone is doing good and good luck with whatever your doing.
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Welcome back.
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