HardToTheCore's Pre - Contest Diet Pics
- 01-20-2006, 08:49 PM
HardToTheCore's Pre - Contest Diet Pics
Whats goin on bros... Just finished my all out bulk, and am now cleaning my diet and getting ready for my 16 weeks in hell. Heres my stats:
18 years old
ON 100% whey
VPX BCAAEX aminos
ECA for a pre workout kick in the ass
Steak when i can afford it
Whole Wheat Bread
- 01-20-2006, 08:56 PM
sorry guys, forgot a pic of the wheels... here ya go... and forgive the uhhh, not so "hardcore" boxers
01-21-2006, 12:02 AM
ur gonna do some damage, I couldn;t help noticing how small you left arm looked compared to your right in the back double bi pic, whats up with that?
01-21-2006, 03:27 AM
It does really look like my left arms atrophied... but i never really noticed that in real life... i think a lot of it is the angle, cuz my arms are pretty close in size.... actually when my arms are pumped my left appears to be quite a bit larger. weird. anyways, thanks for the props bro
01-21-2006, 03:41 AM
01-21-2006, 03:51 AM
God damn dude...your a big mofo. Good luck, tear some **** up. You'll look beastly once you get that BF down.
01-21-2006, 10:27 AM
I plan on being around 215 at my very lightest.Originally Posted by joeymutz
Thanks for the support guys!
01-22-2006, 09:08 AM
01-27-2006, 12:53 AM
I don't mean to diss you, but I'm just speaking from my personal experience. Expect to be lighter than 215 because chances are you aren't going to keep 100% of the muscle and also, after water depletion you'll be about 10 pounds lighter.Originally Posted by HARDtotheCORE
01-27-2006, 01:57 AM
True, i know some muscle loss is inevitable, but i honestly dont think i have 30 pounds to lose... but hey, i also havent done water depletion since i cut down to 198 for the State Powerlifting Championships... so you very well may be right. thanks for the heads up.Originally Posted by IRserge
01-27-2006, 02:38 AM
You look great bro! I think you should hit up tri's and lats a little harder, but other than that your good too go. How about putting up pics of the mandatories and a pic of the CALVES!
01-27-2006, 09:12 AM
You'd be surprised. I started my cut at 217.Originally Posted by HARDtotheCORE
I'm currently 189 and still more than 11 weeks out, haven't even touched clen yet.
In contest, in all likelihood I wouldn't be surprised if I was as low as 155. You would be SHOCKED at how much water you carry hidden away in all sorts of places. For every pound of fat you lose, I almost guarantee you'll lose at least 2, 3 or even 4 pounds of water.
The absolute best advice I can give you is forget about aiming for a weight. Your weight in competition doesn't matter. Shoot for the overall, not the weightclass. The overall winner can win as a superheavy, heavy, light-heavy, or even a middleweight. Heck, there have been cases were even a lightweight wins the overall if he's shredded and symmetrical enough.
So keep that in mind and don't shoot for a weighclass. Weigh yourself only to determine how many calories you are burning and if you are losing weight too fast or too slow. Btw, it's ok to lose fast in the beginning; the only time you'll really want to slow down the weightloss is if you are near the end and are peaking too early; i.e. you don't want to come in flat and depleted. But you'll address that when the time comes. On the amateur level, few are capable of achieving the insane shredded look like Dex or Darem have. If you can manage to come in close to that condition, it won't matter your weight, as long as you're symmetrical, you'll demolish everyone.
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