6 pack challenge results! *pics*

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  1. TheMarchHare

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    after... (a week and a half ago... went to mexico for a week and lost some gains [losses?] :wtc:)
     
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    you made a big change bf% wise, good job
     
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    anywhere we can read how you transformed yourselves? or is it all kept secret?
     
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    awesome work

    you lost a heap of weight didn't you? I remember pics of you being quite fat.
     
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    meal plan: 2-3 hour between meals, "cheat day" sunday (high carb, one meal of choice, within reason)

    morn.
    pre training fat burner (animal cuts) ooor no-explode
    training (weight training 45-60 min cardio 20-30 min. intensity is key!!!)
    meal 1: protein powder, animal pak(multi vit.)
    meal 2: lean protein (usually chicken or tuna) 6-8oz 20-50 g complex carb (always oatmeal)
    postmeal: 30 min after, animal cuts
    meal 3 protein powder
    meal 4 lean protein, 10-40g complex carb
    meal 5 lean protein, 10-30g complex carb
    meal 6 protein powder
    meal 7: ?
    meal 8: profit.


    started this meal plan a lil before the challenge started, continued on until i hit about 170... then i began to loosen up a bit and started lean bulking CAREFULLY sitting at about 175-177 now and 10(?)% bf (according to the handheld bf measure thingie)

    i also work as a personal trainer,(SFV holla at 'cho boi!!) so on many days i have more than one training session. a GRIP of core work. that's about it.
     
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    how does this animal cuts stuff work and why did you choose that?

    is whole wheat "sprouted grain" bread considered a complex carb? this shit isn't processed that much (the texture is noticeably different from any other processed bread I've ever eaten).

    also, what about some casein protein at night? that alright?

    and how do you measure servings? just a guess based on past experience or do you bust out the mini scale? :mamoru:
     
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    recommended by a body builder friend of mine. basically amps you up a bit and has diff extracts useful for burning fat or so he told me... he owns a supplement store as well, so maybe he just sold me...
     
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    added more questions :hs:
     
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    yea casein protein works fine, i switch it up some days and go with nonfat cottage cheese. and the servings are rough estimates, but to get an idea, mini scale isn't a bad idea. i go with comparing it to my palm size (i.e. 2/3-3/4 size of palm) for the complex carbs, i was a nazi on myself, but yea have a sandwich every now and again if you want, but know that a slice of bread has about the same amount of carbohydrate as 1/2 cup of oatmeal (27g) and little is any of the fiber. jsut go with the less processed > more processed rule i guess.
     
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    yea... got tired of being a porker, so here i am.:bigthumb:

    from last january, i lost 55 lbs before i started gaining again and from my heaviest (245 lbs) i lost 75 lbs.

    i'll post a progress thread sometime when this one dies down.
     
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    thanks man!:bigthumb:
     
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    great job....! now is the challenge of staying where your at or improving ;]
     
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    thats pretty sick, congrats. btw how tall are you?
     
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    good shit, man, keep it up!
     
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    sick results bro. your halfway to preem0 now :mamoru:
     
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    when did the challenge start?
     
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    big difference...huge congrats, way to stick to it man
     
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    2 months ago roughly
     
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    Great job, congrats
     
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    looking good :cool:
     
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    wow really good work
     
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    you made that much change in 2 months??? :eek3:
     
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