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Old 06-03-09, 04:49 PM
What a lean 126lbs looks like!
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And now for something completely different from all you bulkers...

Comments, suggestions, advice welcome...


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Age: 42
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 126lbs
Bodyfat: 9% according to handheld meter, not sure about accuracy.

Dietary Restrictions:

Vegetarian, no chemical supplementation.

Current Training:

Carb cycling using Lyle McDonald's Ultimate Diet 2.0 method.

Goal:

Bodyfat under 7%, weight at 135lbs. Basically looking for a lightweight boxer's physique.



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Old 06-03-09, 04:51 PM
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looking tight bro.

i didnt know you were a vegetarian. how strict are you?

i do think its going to be tough for you to drop 2 more % bf and gain 10lbs if you eat no meat at all.

do you use any supps? creatine etc..?
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Old 06-03-09, 04:52 PM
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lose that ridiculous Tom Jones minge hair from your chest and your there
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Old 06-03-09, 04:55 PM
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Thanks, B!

I am a pretty strict vegetarian - the only animal products I eat are milk products (milk, cheese, etc.). No meat, fish, eggs, seafood. but I'm not vegan, so perhaps there is some room for me to put on about 5-10lbs of lean mass.

I have not yet used any supplementation. I do drink coffee but no creatine, ECA, clen or anything else.

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lose that ridiculous Tom Jones minge hair from your chest and your there
LOL... I knew the hair comments will come in fast. You know, I have never bothered to do that... maybe I will. Is shaving better or some chemical treatment?
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Old 06-03-09, 04:57 PM
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Thanks, B!

I am a pretty strict vegetarian - the only animal products I eat are milk products (milk, cheese, etc.). No meat, fish, eggs, seafood.

I have not yet used any supplementation. I do drink coffee but no creatine, ECA, clen or anything else.
are you open to supplements? creatine, NO products, post workout shakes etc..? i think that might help you out.
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LOL... I knew the hair comments will come in fast. You know, I have never bothered to do that... maybe I will. Is shaving better or some chemical treatment?
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Old 06-03-09, 04:59 PM
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Thats really lean. Looking good.
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Old 06-03-09, 05:03 PM
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are you open to supplements? creatine, NO products, post workout shakes etc..? i think that might help you out.
Sorry for the confusion... I do take whey protein shakes. The only sources of protein I have are protein shakes, nonfat cottage cheese and soy protein products like tofu and TVP.

I need to look into other supplements. I am trying to push as hard as I can without things like creatine and NO and see how far this old body will go... I think I will give it another 1 or 2 6-8 week carb cycles to see how far things can progress. If I stall, I might need to step up my game.

As far as supplements are concerned, in increasing order of aggressiveness, would I consider ECA, then creatine, then NO products?
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Old 06-03-09, 05:08 PM
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Last time I had a waist that small I was three years old!

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Sorry for the confusion... I do take whey protein shakes. The only sources of protein I have are protein shakes, nonfat cottage cheese and soy protein products like tofu and TVP.

I need to look into other supplements. I am trying to push as hard as I can without things like creatine and NO and see how far this old body will go... I think I will give it another 1 or 2 6-8 week carb cycles to see how far things can progress. If I stall, I might need to step up my game.

As far as supplements are concerned, in increasing order of aggressiveness, would I consider ECA, then creatine, then NO products?
i would do creatine, Vassive-NO, no eca at all. i think you will lose muscle if you keep trying to speed up the metabolism.
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Old 06-03-09, 07:25 PM
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Thanks, B!. I will definitely do some more reading on the supplements you suggest.

I plan to run a 4-week of carb cycling, basically till the end of June. After that, I am thinking of eating at slightly above maintenance to try to put some muscle back on, perhaps try to get to 135lbs hopefully without adding too much fat back on. But I need to do a lot more reading on clean bulking - don't want to undo all the hard work to get below 10% BF.
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Old 06-04-09, 09:57 AM
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i tell ya one thing, you would be amazed at the results if you were to incorporate chicken, eggs, beef into your diet.
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