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post #8161 of 39391
MFT28 looks insane, will definitely try it out.
greg plitt is that dude too!
post #8162 of 39391
Plitt is that dude. Corny with his videos but he does inspire the hell outta folks.

His chest is crazy
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Plitt is that dude. Corny with his videos but he does inspire the hell outta folks.

His chest is crazy
post #8164 of 39391
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any one who has lost a significant amount of weight wanna chime in?

congrats on ur weightloss man I know exactly what youre talking about. That thread from bb.com was a big motvation for me too


270lbs to 146lbs in a little over a year timeframe.

It was like waking up in someone else's body at the end lol because I didn't really adjust to being skinny yet. I've always been told I was a goodlookin dude if I lost weight but I always shrugged it off as BS as some type of lowkey "hint" to make me lose weight. But when I did decide to lose the weight:

- no more choking when i sleep
- no more fat jokes, no more getting called fat ***
- no more sweating from just standing after 1 minute
- no more everybody giving me their food when they can't finish it
- no more breathing and sweating hard from walking a flight of stairs
- no more looking @ walking as a chore. Now I love walking. Rather take the stairs than the escalator.
- 44" waist to 32"
- XXXL to M size
- 7 5/8 to 7 1/4 fitted
- gained half inch in height 5'5.5 to 5'6. Doesn't matter tho still manlet laugh.gif
- 1st time doing a pull up and push ups was life accomplishment
- people not recognizing u
- people assuming you were skinny you're whole life
- no more getting called "big man" "big guy"
- people treating you equal
- people acknowledging you exist
- girls checkin u out, girls dtf @ parties, girl friends acting different around you, girls hittin on u, girls startin conversations, gay dudes checkin u out and hittin on you, catch dude's girl checkin u out and he's mad doggin you. etc

What made me decide to lose the weight was I knew if I kept my old lifestyle I would eventually become 300+lbs before I got to 30 and think about my life in "What ifs..."
My obese cousin was also a motivation because he went to hospital because of his diabetes and almost died. And I would've probably gotten diabetes too if i kept getting fatter since my grandpa had diabetes and died from it.

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damn bruh.... that must have been some crazy dedication to lose all that weight in such a short amount of time

good ****.

getting those looks from girls pimp.gif
post #8165 of 39391
I've done about a solid week of insanity and I'm thinking about adding some supplements to aid in solid fat loss.

I thinking of stacking Super HD and CLK both by Cellucor.

I used to be around 270 pounds and I'm down to about 235... I basically want to take my weight loss to the next level...

I also need to get my diet under control... any tips?
post #8166 of 39391
Losing a bit of focus. Packed no lunches today and purchasing all my meals. Hopefully i snap out of it.

iLLest!
post #8167 of 39391
Slickdeals has some deals for BSN Syntha-6

http://slickdeals.net/f/5840358-5-04-lbs-BSN-Syntha-6-Protein-Powder-Choc-Peanut-Butter-38-Vanilla-Ice-Cream-or-Strawberry-Milkshake-36-Free-Shipping?

Personally I've tried Strawberry Milkshake and its delicious.

Note: They are higher in calorie than other brands like ON but personally the taste more than makes up for it.
post #8168 of 39391
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I've done about a solid week of insanity and I'm thinking about adding some supplements to aid in solid fat loss.

I thinking of stacking Super HD and CLK both by Cellucor.

I used to be around 270 pounds and I'm down to about 235... I basically want to take my weight loss to the next level...

I also need to get my diet under control... any tips?
Focus more on the diet. Get a good whey protein powder, multivitamin, and some fish oil. No need to get too fancy.
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TRADING: DS Air Jordan 9 Olive Size 12, 2007 Royal Foams Size 11.5
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post #8169 of 39391
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Yo, I need some good chest exercises...

 

I'm tired of the same Bar and DB flat press, incline press, decline press, flyers

 

Anything else I can do...Starting to get boring after doing it for a year now...nerd.gif

post #8170 of 39391
guess im finally losing baby fat/belly area fat. FINALLY

Now i can fully lean out. Noticed ive been getting leaner/skinner but gaining weight. Took enough damn time
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Losing a bit of focus. Packed no lunches today and purchasing all my meals. Hopefully i snap out of it.

iLLest!

damb bro - how u gonna make all those youtube vids and then not even follow the diet? cmon son.
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^ he is human. laugh.gif

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damb bro - how u gonna make all those youtube vids and then not even follow the diet? cmon son.

**** happens. Super Bowl started a chain reaction. But I said I'm eating out, not bad.

Meal 1- chocolate protein shake w/ banana

Meal 2- 4 whole eggs, 4 egg whites, wheat toast, hashbrowns. (Shouldn't have had those.)

Snack- chobani

Meal 3-

And by meal 4, I'll be home.

iLLest!
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Originally Posted by DJYoung08 View Post

I've done about a solid week of insanity and I'm thinking about adding some supplements to aid in solid fat loss.

I thinking of stacking Super HD and CLK both by Cellucor.

I used to be around 270 pounds and I'm down to about 235... I basically want to take my weight loss to the next level...

I also need to get my diet under control... any tips?

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Originally Posted by Sneakerfan1 View Post

Focus more on the diet. Get a good whey protein powder, multivitamin, and some fish oil. No need to get too fancy.

I figured diet would be key

Any other healthy foods than grilled chicken breast and salad?

I love eating salad but Lord have mercy it does not sustain my hunger levels. mean.gif
post #8175 of 39391
My current build: 155. I still have fat around my stomach area (Bulking currently) and still need to work on my chest. Around last summer I was mini chub, About 168 and was short. I've grown to around 6 foot now (growth spurt) and that helped alot.

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Originally Posted by DJYoung08 View Post

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Originally Posted by DJYoung08 View Post

I've done about a solid week of insanity and I'm thinking about adding some supplements to aid in solid fat loss.

I thinking of stacking Super HD and CLK both by Cellucor.

I used to be around 270 pounds and I'm down to about 235... I basically want to take my weight loss to the next level...

I also need to get my diet under control... any tips?

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Originally Posted by Sneakerfan1 View Post

Focus more on the diet. Get a good whey protein powder, multivitamin, and some fish oil. No need to get too fancy.

I figured diet would be key

Any other healthy foods than grilled chicken breast and salad?

I love eating salad but Lord have mercy it does not sustain my hunger levels. mean.gif
Fish, lean beef, eggs, beans, spinach, sweet potatoes, brown rice, avocado, peanut butter, really the list is endless. Key is to jusy avoid the cooking methods that make the foods unhealthy, avoid processed and refined foods, white carbs, and sugars.

What does your meal plan look like? We can take it from there.
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LOOKING FOR: Size 11.5/12 & DS - Jordan XI Space Jam (2000) , Jordan XII White/Red (OG)
TRADING: DS Air Jordan 9 Olive Size 12, 2007 Royal Foams Size 11.5
REFS: smzsmz, Freeze, Panda916, Sneak King,...
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post #8177 of 39391
^^^Nailed it
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Originally Posted by DJYoung08 View Post

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Originally Posted by DJYoung08 View Post

I've done about a solid week of insanity and I'm thinking about adding some supplements to aid in solid fat loss.

I thinking of stacking Super HD and CLK both by Cellucor.

I used to be around 270 pounds and I'm down to about 235... I basically want to take my weight loss to the next level...

I also need to get my diet under control... any tips?

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Originally Posted by Sneakerfan1 View Post

Focus more on the diet. Get a good whey protein powder, multivitamin, and some fish oil. No need to get too fancy.

I figured diet would be key

Any other healthy foods than grilled chicken breast and salad?

I love eating salad but Lord have mercy it does not sustain my hunger levels. mean.gif

Salmon and other fishes, just to mix it up. Also, when i prepare salads i started to use spinach/lettuce combo.

biggest thing in weight loss is to cut out the sodium
To Infinity and Beyond...

"Ours is The Fury"
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To Infinity and Beyond...

"Ours is The Fury"
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post #8178 of 39391
I just started cooking with a crockpot and that thing is a godsend for bodybuilding.
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Originally Posted by DJYoung08 View Post

I figured diet would be key

Any other healthy foods than grilled chicken breast and salad?

I love eating salad but Lord have mercy it does not sustain my hunger levels. mean.gif

Salad <<<<<<br />
Look the Illest's meal plan. Much more filling + nutritional than eating grass all day
post #8180 of 39391
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Originally Posted by Sneakerfan1 View Post

Fish, lean beef, eggs, beans, spinach, sweet potatoes, brown rice, avocado, peanut butter, really the list is endless. Key is to jusy avoid the cooking methods that make the foods unhealthy, avoid processed and refined foods, white carbs, and sugars.

What does your meal plan look like? We can take it from there.

That's my problem... I need to start planning my meals
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^^^Nailed it
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Originally Posted by DJYoung08 View Post

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Originally Posted by DJYoung08 View Post

I've done about a solid week of insanity and I'm thinking about adding some supplements to aid in solid fat loss.

I thinking of stacking Super HD and CLK both by Cellucor.

I used to be around 270 pounds and I'm down to about 235... I basically want to take my weight loss to the next level...

I also need to get my diet under control... any tips?

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sneakerfan1 View Post

Focus more on the diet. Get a good whey protein powder, multivitamin, and some fish oil. No need to get too fancy.

I figured diet would be key

Any other healthy foods than grilled chicken breast and salad?

I love eating salad but Lord have mercy it does not sustain my hunger levels. mean.gif

Salmon and other fishes, just to mix it up. Also, when i prepare salads i started to use spinach/lettuce combo.

biggest thing in weight loss is to cut out the sodium

Eh, I wouldnt say thats the biggest thing bro.Cutting sodium is very key, but you can combat it by drinking tons of water.

Most important thing of weight loss imo is plainly a diet.
post #8182 of 39391
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That's my problem... I need to start planning my meals

For at least a little while, track all the calories you eat or drink. It helps you plan your meals properly (aka not accidentally having 1200 calories for breakfast word to my entire life). You realize where unnecessary calories come from and when you tend to overeat.

It also really helps if you plan out your meals each day. At least give yourself options or guidelines. You know your schedule best so only you can do this. Don't feel the need to have 5-7 meals a day - that REALLY isn't necessary. Just try being consistent.
post #8183 of 39391
I dont really even care about my arms anymore...strength is at the legs and back
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I feel like I UNDEReat, mainly because I'm afraid that I'll end up OVEReating. Do any of you guys feel this way when you were going through you weight lost quest or during your cuts. 

 

Also I feel like I'm going through a withdrawal from all the bad things I used to eat, like all the carbs and sugars, fast foods, I mean its been a few weeks but I'm starting to feel the blunt of it today.

 

I'm just feeling real aggy right now. ohwell.gif


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Durden, I have a question for you... (anyone else feel free to chime in)

How much of an impact would you say fatigued biceps have on grip strength in general, but specifically for deadlifts?

Thats tough to determine. Its tough to only have bicep fatigue and not have some degree of forearm fatigue included as well. The biceps dont really have a role in grip strength, so by that muscle group alone being fatigued wouldnt affect it. However, because the forearms contract isometrically during bicep exercises, bicep exercises in essence will fatigue the forearms leading to decreased grip strength.

I wouldnt say fatigued biceps have a huge impact on deadlift ability/grip strength, but it does affect it to a degree.


You are the man.

 

Thanks pimp.gif

post #8186 of 39391
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Ravens LB Brendon Ayanbadejo...dude is ripped crazy




I just saw sound Fx on NFL network with T.Suggs from '12. They were in the locker room and he was much bigger then, looks like he cut and got ripped.
post #8187 of 39391
back day. on this cut. low carbs. feeling groggy. still pushing. leggooo.

Lakers tho...

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Lakers tho...

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post #8188 of 39391
Regarding sodium vs. water intake...

I usually drink about a gallon of water a day...

Is that enough to "not worry" about sodium intake?
post #8189 of 39391

Question for those who do planks.. 

 

I been doing planks more often..

I do 3 rounds.. 90sec intervals each round..

Is that a long enough time?

 

I can make it through each set without too much strain/effort..

Should I just go until failure each round?

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Willing to trade 4 pairs of Bred 1s DS Sz 10 + Cash.
For Sale: Air Jordan Retro 11 Space Jam DS Size 10.5
$550 (USD) or best offer
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$420 (USD) or best offer
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post #8190 of 39391
Whoever mentioned that Whey is from wasted parts of beef, etc.... Come on, man. You're not serious right?

 

"Yo, **** it. Let's lift some heavy *** weight and get ******g jacked, brah."

                                                            - Abraham Lincoln

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"Yo, **** it. Let's lift some heavy *** weight and get ******g jacked, brah."

                                                            - Abraham Lincoln

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