Meeting a Lady in 8 weeks... Help Help
- 02-12-2007, 11:02 PM
- 02-13-2007, 12:13 AM
02-16-2007, 04:41 PM
Ok... guys... she's mines... and hell yeah Sdmf45... she is totally hottt... I'm running almost an hour to her home now... well I imagine doing so on the threadmill... ha ha ha ha ha
02-16-2007, 07:20 PM
Anyone ever heard about Egg White International... concept sounds plaudable. Perhaps that with Havoc or it's replacement and DCP would do me well...
02-16-2007, 07:24 PM
I have an idea that could save you. Just have one of your thinner buddies meet up with her and pretend they're you. Meanwhile you'll be in the gym burning those calories like wildfire!
02-16-2007, 08:49 PM
02-17-2007, 12:07 AM
haha you're taking me a bit too seriously sdmf45. You'd have to be crazy to actually try a thing like that...would be funny though. Imagine the look on her face when she learns it's not him.
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02-17-2007, 09:08 AM
02-17-2007, 12:57 PM
02-17-2007, 11:15 PM
02-19-2007, 01:43 PM
Yeah.... I'll be burning those calories like fire because I'd be going nuts... by the way that gives me an idea, you know when you get nervous and you start sweating profusely, do you actually loose weight, perhaps a bit of a water weight... cause if that's the case and they start off on the right foot, could you imagine how much I'd be sweating and wondering what's gonna happen next... naaar, I'd probably invite her to the gym as well... you never know, she might be in the same boat as me. By the way, have any used anything from Egg White International?
02-19-2007, 01:51 PM
To only way to drop that much weight in 8 weeks is to go on a pre-season wrestling diet. That means like 600-800 calories/day (1000 max) and a few hours of cardio every day. Healthy? No. Will you lose muscle? Yes. But it's possible to lose 30-40 lbs of fat as well. (I've seen it done.)
I'm not recommending this, but if you really want extreme weight loss then you have to go to extremes.
02-20-2007, 07:23 PM
good idea, that would make me loose all the weight I need... just thinking about if my friend is sticking to our plan or plan b, which is his plan... see myself loosing a good 125lbs lol... who ever thought you could have so much fun loosing the flab...:-) Can you imagine in a few years looking like "AGELESS"... :-P
02-21-2007, 01:28 AM
02-21-2007, 02:04 PM
02-21-2007, 06:35 PM
haha yeah, that doesn't suprise me a bit TeamSavage, those sumo wrestlers seem pretty strong. Then again, elite bodybuilders seem to have a ton of muscle, whether or not they can lift a ton. lol I see you like that term I coined eh?
02-21-2007, 06:51 PM
ha ha ha... guys there are some truth to it. There are lots of heavy stuff that I can lift as well as do that most of my younger sculpted friends can't... unfortunately, push ups are not one of them that I can do very well... ha ha ha. But I can tell you this, everyone really do love having a big guy on their side where competition is concern. Now where did all that power comes from... I guess it must be "the fat man muscles" you guys are just something else... Keep it up :-)
02-21-2007, 09:00 PM
02-22-2007, 11:16 AM
02-22-2007, 09:20 PM
02-22-2007, 09:33 PM
Anabolic Pump, X-factor, PowerFull, Damage Control Protocol
1 AP 10 minutes before your highest carb meals
X-factor 4 daily
8 PowerFull, 2 servings of 2 caps on an empty stomach and 4 caps before bed
10 caps DCP daily, 2-3 caps at a time spread throughout the day.
02-28-2007, 01:10 PM
Going back to your original post there are two things you can address to make progress, and none of them are about lifting, nutrition, or supplements. The other people on this post/thread are quite encouraging, and remember to follow good nutrition plus weights/cardio/conditioning -- by "conditioning" I mean sled dragging, hill walking, stadium stair climbing, or whatever you have medical clearance to do. Take the best of the information here, apply it to your situation, and be sure to give back once you get your goal. Yes, I am assuming you will achieve it!
The two areas you can address are:
1) The experience you had with the cider vinegar. There are some quick and free things you can do to mitigate the emotional response you have with that memory. They take about 5 minutes and I can PM you the directions.
2) The underlying intention of what you why you want to impress this lady. Besides the obvious (!), you may want to ask yourself three quick questions:
a) "When I think about impressing this lady, what is important to me?" You will get answer we call "X"
b) "How is X important to me?" You will get an answer we call "Y"
c) "What will Y do for me?"
Here is an example of what could be the case:
a) When I think about impressing this lady, what is important to me? Example answer: "I want her to like me"
b) How is having this lady like me (Answer from first question) important to me? Example answer: "Because she makes me feel good"
c) What will her making me feel good (Answer from second question) do for me? Example answer: "So I won't feel alone."
If your answer to the third question is something that has the theme of getting away from something/avoidance of pain, then consider changing your motivation toward something more useful to you AND her. These could be:
- I want to make her a better woman for being in my company
- She has some terrific qualities which I genuinely respect
- I want to make her feel great because I know I can, and I want to find out if she is special enough to enjoy what I can offer
I know this was a long answer, but if you do at least the 3 questions (on any situation) you will get to the heart of your motivation real quickly. Best wishes with your training, new nutrition, and have fun when the two of you finally get together.
03-02-2007, 02:25 PM
OK... I have both good news and bad news. First off, the bad news is that "My Angel" got called into a meeting by joint employers and was told that they were unable to honor her vacation request. Of course, she's hopping mad and of course, I acted like I was so madly upset as well. The good news is that I now have 3 to 6 additional months. Now I'm really gonna turn it up.
03-02-2007, 09:05 PM
03-05-2007, 09:50 PM
I Know I Know... and the good thing is now I am having sooo much fun in the gym, whether or not we really link up or not, I am having so much fun. Just the feeling of having my shirt drenched and dripping is totally awesome... and I think the ladies in the gym are loving it too. My only problem is that I am so burned out afterwards. My fingers burn, my hands tremble, I am taking deeper breaths like a Rottweilder, I can't keep still and I just wanna go on and on. This is not an everyday feeling because honestly, sometimes just thinking of going to the gym makes me sick. Sometimes I feel foolish jumping on the thread mill as soon as I get in while the guys are pumping irons... but at the end of the day, I know I do get an awesome work out... but it more feels like a "burn out". Oh, and of course, I have to leave the worst and most embarassing joke for last. When I went over by the guys they asked me which one of the barbells I wanted and I said let me try the 50lbs... I could hardly lift the damn things... I can't believe over the years I've grown so weak... but then, there is a marking of 50lbs on one side and 50lbs on the other, does that mean that I am straining with 100lbs and being fooled that it's only 50lbs... I know I am getting stronger as I get re-accustomed but I need to know, are they by any stretch of the imagination trying to fool me. OK now that's enough laugh for the evening.... it's 10:53 and I am just soooooooooo tired. Think I'm gonna skip work tomorrow :-)
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