Guys, I need you to rip me to shreds *pic*

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  1. KenKaniff

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    Guys, I need you to rip me to shreds *pic* *PUR,TRANCOCK,ACURA,GOGZCOCK

    I'm currently 195lb, don't know body fat%, and I'm losing size.
    This is what my diet consists of nowadays:
    10 AM: 5 Egg whites,1 yolk, 12oz of 1% milk, 2 slices of 99% fat free ham
    2:00 pm: Either 2 Chicken breast or 2 tuna cans + a small ceaser side salad with fat free dressing
    5:00 pm = 3 scoops of Optimum procomplex protein
    7:00 = repeat of the 2 pm meal minus the salad
    9:00 pm (pre-workout) = 7 eggwhites, 1 yolk, and 2-3 slices of 99% fat free ham.

    All in all, I'm taking in about 250-270 grams of protein per day, about 60-70 grams of carbs and about 30-40 grams of fats.
    I honestly thinking my diet is good, but my training is what's fucking me up. I do mostly high-rep (12-15) circuit training both mondays and tuesdays with only one power day a week after my friday carbload. Should I completely stop with the circuit bullshit and switch to a heavy power training split for the entire week? Oh and I do 40 minutes of cardio, 3x a week. This is what I look like now:
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    Oh and guys does that look like gyno? :wtc:
     
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  2. Searcher

    Searcher New Member

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    Need more chest


    where are your legs
     
  3. Zaffir

    Zaffir OT Supporter

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    Cut out the circuit bullshit and the cardio.
     
  4. KenKaniff

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    Have'nt taken pics of the wheels. Strength-wise I would say I'm decent. 405lb 5rm
     
  5. KenKaniff

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    Completely cut out cardio?
    The reason I ask is because I'm an endo-morph, I used to be about 250lbs and i put on fat easily, I wanna try and minimize fat increase as much as possible...
     
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    height? 5'8" - 5'9"?
     
  7. KenKaniff

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    nope 6'0
     
  8. edmang

    edmang New Member

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    Just follow UD2.0.
     
  9. Searcher

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    Are you saying you are benching 405lb for 5rm
     
  10. KenKaniff

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    That's exactly what I'm on. But the fucking circuit training aspect of it has me looking like a freaking wuss
     
  11. KenKaniff

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    oh hell no. Those are my squat numbers
     
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    cavefish You ain't a crook son, you just a shook one

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    From what I understand if you're doing UD 2.0 you have to do the included workouts or it isn't going to work right.
     
  13. KenKaniff

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    That's how it's set up. I mean I'm only a week and half into it, but goddamn, I feel so depleted and weak. I'm dying to stop the high rep and go back to training heavy again. I have no problems with the diet, I'm never starving and it seems like I'm doing the right thing food wise..
     
  14. edmang

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    It's only been a week and a half. What are you expecting?

    Anyways, if you really need motivation, here you go.

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  15. KenKaniff

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    i guess...
     
  16. Zaffir

    Zaffir OT Supporter

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    If you're in a caloric deficit you won't put on fat.

    Good, high weight low rep workouts and high protein intake will preserve your muscle mass, forcing your body to focus more on burning fat.
     
  17. KenKaniff

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    Jesus christ :bowdown: How much do you weigh in pic B? It looks like where I'm at...
     
  18. edmang

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    That's not me. I'm just using it as an example. My point is follow what's in the book, and you'll be okay. If you have any questions, just post at bodyrecomposition.com.
     
  19. KenKaniff

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    gotcha..
     
  20. Psyc0

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    Damn... where can i find info on UD2.0 or do i hafta buy the book :wtc:
     
  21. edmang

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    Buy the book.
     
  22. KenKaniff

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    :werd:
     
  23. NickStam

    NickStam Buy Low, Sell High

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    UD 2.0 is hard to find for free.
     
  24. Grouch

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    I always thought you would be much bigger.
     
  25. NickStam

    NickStam Buy Low, Sell High

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    I'm thinking about buying the book, but i first want to see if it's something i want to make a 12 week committment to. Or if you have a link to a thread on their forums, that would be great too. I'm just curious what's involved.
     
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