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    Sweet mercy! Awesome news!
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Hey guys I was just at laundry mat and some guy saw me and says, "Hey where'd you get that Usp Labs T-shirt?"...First time I've ever had that happen!...I was wearing my black one with the red and white logo. Anyway, just thought I'd share.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Luck has nothing to do with it. I've built up a ton of supplement company shirts over the years, through purchases of supplements occasionally shirts are included in the deals.
    You got that right, I have spent ALOT of money on supplements, especially USPLabs supps. The shirts are nice, and I am grateful, but there was no luck involved.
    Now these promo threads on the other hand.....Good luck everyone!!!!
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    Top 3 tips for getting strong and shredded:

    1. Eat enough (but not too much) high Protein foods. Track those macros
    2. Put work in daily, whether it be gym or track, iron or ashpalt, just DO WORK!!
    3. Sleep!!!!

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    Sorry to offend everyone with my rude JOKE about being lucky to have a USPLabs shirt.
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    I saw a buddy wear a USP shirt the other day in the gym, it was REAL old school and looked pretty faded he said it was about 3-4 years old. Pretty basic USP Labs on the front pec and on the back USP LABS in bigger text, was shocked and asked him where he got it and he had no idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Had a fever of 102.7 last night. I'm gonna get shredded!
    Free cardio?
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    No one was offended. Also I didn't know it was a joke. Of course I'm lucky to have a UspLabs T-shirt, lucky to have clothes on my back and food on my plate!. No harm no foul.
    Bingo. No one was offended. we just like to support a legit company and market them while wearing their t-shirts and using their products.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Whats good in here fellas?
    Just waiting for peeps to get in more entries..
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    1.) Don't starve your self you might lose weight but you'll lose a lot more muscle then needed

    2.) high protein studies have shown that high protein diets help keep a lot more muscle while dropping calories

    3.) don't be afraid of getting plenty health fats especially if your going low carb. It's mixing the two that gets people in trouble.
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    Round 2...awesome!

    1} Remain Motivated even when your the only one in the gym!

    2} adjust your workouts and get up at the crack of dawn to do fasted cardio/training before anyone wakes!

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    1) When you hit a sticking point in weight, check the mirror first before dropping calories or adding cardio
    2) Always add cardio last, start your calories as high as possible when cutting to help keep the metabolism as fast as possible
    3) Cheat meals are ok, moderation is ok, refeed are ok, all of these help t3, leptin, and hormone levels when dieting and increase fat/weight loss
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    1. Be patient and never give up--slow and steady wins the race
    2. Know your body and what is possible to get lean but remain healthy--genetics are something we cannot change
    3. Use supplementation effectively and as an added boost, not a patchwork for a poor diet--there's a reason they're called "supplements"
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    2) Always add cardio last, start your calories as high as possible when cutting to help keep the metabolism as fast as possible
    I see/hear so many women where I work run themselves to death or hike miles after miles, yet keep poor diets and/or eat less than 1,000 calories a day. They're all trying to lose weight, but for some strange reason, they cannot or hit a sticking point right away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Usually on a Round 2, Usp Labs/Boro posts what the new second round is going to be...This is not the case?
    I was under the impression it is for the same stack as listed on page 1.
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    1) At least 1g/lb of protein, 20% of your diets from fats, and the rest carbs, if carb tolerant then higher your fats
    2) Even when cutting, it would be wise to take a deload depending on how long of a diet you are running. This will help prevent CNS burnout
    3) Always strive to hit your micronutrients as much as possible even when your kcals get low. That is key to staying healthy and not getting sick as your immune system breaks down from dieting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    You misunderstand what I'm saying. Yes it is for the same prize, however usually when there is a second round there is some new type of contest. I'm guessing everything is the same though.
    I see. . .I believe it's all the same.
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    1. Eat the foods that you like, to equal your calories for each day. Nobody can sustain a friggin grapefruit only diet, and that isn't healthy (just for an example)

    2. Change it up!! Add some variety to your diet each week. I see people eating Chicken, Rice, and potatoes all day every day. Good for them, but i get sick of eating the same old stuff. And, IMO, it is easier to stray FAR off of the path when you aren't getting many flavor combos in.

    3. REFEED!! Or carb up, whatever you want to call it. I believe that at least one day each week, there should be a day where you allow yourself to eat MORE (no, not 10k calories, just maybe 1k extra depending on goals). It has been said that this stokes the metabolic fire, but I think it just makes all of the healthy eating that much easier to do every other day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    You misunderstand what I'm saying. Yes it is for the same prize, however usually when there is a second round there is some new type of contest. I'm guessing everything is the same though.
    There has been no word from the reps or casey, so we really do not know.. he just said get ready for round 2...

    So we may be off with our assumption. We should hold tight and not jump the gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    There has been no word from the reps or casey, so we really do not know.. he just said get ready for round 2...

    So we may be off with our assumption. We should hold tight and not jump the gun.
    True
    Another way of looking at it is where sharing some good info for all and it doesn't even matter if where doing it for a contest
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    Quote Originally Posted by NADDANME View Post
    True
    Another way of looking at it is where sharing some good info for all and it doesn't even matter if where doing it for a contest
    Agree, but i would rather wait and see what the man has to say himself!
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    You misunderstand what I'm saying. Yes it is for the same prize, however usually when there is a second round there is some new type of contest. I'm guessing everything is the same though.
    I was thinking the same thing. He will probably come back and say something....

    Quote Originally Posted by ricroc View Post
    I see. . .I believe it's all the same.
    I guess we can play with the rules that we have, until told otherwise...

    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    There has been no word from the reps or casey, so we really do not know.. he just said get ready for round 2...

    So we may be off with our assumption. We should hold tight and not jump the gun.
    Or we can hold tight....

    Quote Originally Posted by NADDANME View Post
    True
    Another way of looking at it is where sharing some good info for all and it doesn't even matter if where doing it for a contest
    There is a lot of good info coming through....


    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Agree, but i would rather wait and see what the man has to say himself!
    Good plan, we wait...
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    I just came on here to bitch and complain about being sick.
    Sucks to hear that seem like where getting toward the season where that's happens a lot more. Take care of your self and feel better
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    I just came on here to bitch and complain about being sick.
    How often do you get sick? More than once a year? Or every year around the same time?

    Just curious about these things because I am trying to piece together statistical info
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Extremely often. Probably at least 6-7 times per year. Always when the seasons change, and sometimes in between. Longest I've gone without getting sick, three months.
    That is interesting. I am not here to counsel you on diet or anything. From reading your posts this past year I feel you have a grip on eating healthy and exercising.
    Are you exposed to large groups of people on a regular basis? Schools, church functions, enormous gym with tons of patrons? Stuff like that...

    I rarely get sick, like cold or flu type sick. Probably 2 times in the last few years. But I am borderline anal when it comes to washing my hands and using hand sanitizer. And I work in health care so I am exposed to sick people daily. Although when I was a kid I got sick very often. Strep throat a couple times a year for like 7-8 years. My mother works in health care also so she would bring the stuff home, and schools are a breeding ground for bacteria. Good thing about being sick that much is that you build antibodies for many types and strains.
    Have you ever been told that you have immune system issues?
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    Have not been sick in 5 years.
    Srs...

    Rarely Ever.
    Meeting micronutrients and getting a variety of fruits/veggies helps a ton
    and all those baked goods with OEP Protein

    Just sayin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Brb, coughing in your waffles!
    Make some and maybe you wont be sick so much
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Make some and maybe you wont be sick so much
    Well, in his defense, some people get sick more than others. Which is why I asked because I am baffled sometimes that certain individuals get more sick than others.

    Currently I am a medic at Ranger Training Brigade. Most of the cadre there are some of the most fit in the army, generally speaking. Some of those guys are constantly sick, and their diet and fitness regimen is on point. Just doesn't make sense sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drewsicle3210 View Post
    Well, in his defense, some people get sick more than others. Which is why I asked because I am baffled sometimes that certain individuals get more sick than others.

    Currently I am a medic at Ranger Training Brigade. Most of the cadre there are some of the most fit in the army, generally speaking. Some of those guys are constantly sick, and their diet and fitness regimen is on point. Just doesn't make sense sometimes.

    may be genetics who knows? Growing up i was always sick, when i started to change my eating habits i did not get since once throughout college, and have not been sick since then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    may be genetics who knows? Growing up i was always sick, when i started to change my eating habits i did not get since once throughout college, and have not been sick since then. Eat Big, Train Hard, and take a multi? LOL
    Same here.. I rarely get sick as well, just the occasional migraines that was passed on.. Haha.. The heat in Hawaii sometimes messes things up, especially when there is vog in the air
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Had a fever of 102.7 last night. I'm gonna get shredded!
    Whew! How are you feeling now T-Bone? Better, I hope!
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    Quote Originally Posted by classic34 View Post
    Those of you who are not sure whether or not you can re-enter for round 2, I don't see why not. It can't hurt!



    Whew! How are you feeling now T-Bone? Better, I hope!
    Are the questions still the same for round 2 or is anything changing. That is the question. We do not know the specifics for round 2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Are the questions still the same for round 2 or is anything changing. That is the question. We do not know the specifics for round 2.
    Oh, right I see. I edited my last post as not to confuse anyone. Casey is out of town right now, so the plan is almost certainly to post round 2 upon his return. He said get READY for round 2, not that round 2 has begun. Sorry for the confusion!

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    Yes much better, fever only lasted a few days. Gotta get back to the gym but should take another week, don't want to tempt fate.
    I know what you mean. It's so hard to wait those few extra days but you don't want to get sick again. Glad to hear you're doing better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by classic34 View Post
    Oh, right I see. I edited my last post as not to confuse anyone. Casey is out of town right now, so the plan is almost certainly to post round 2 upon his return. He said get READY for round 2, not that round 2 has begun. Sorry for the confusion!
    And so we wait..
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    1) Be willing to make a change.
    It is so much easier to not get started, and to continue walking the same path you are on. However, there is a certain level of commitment required in making the conscious decision that you are going to change your lifestyle in order to align with your goals. Accept that what you're doing and the beliefs you may hold, may not actually be entirely true. Or, you may need to change up your training and diet to ensure that your body is still making constant adaptations to demanding stimuli. Keep an open mind, and be ready to change as new information emerges as to the workings of the human body.

    2) Keep your sanity.
    While it is important to really dedicate a lot of time to this lifestyle, know that there still remains a level of enjoyment you must get from it if you intend to get the most out of it. This doesn't just mean the most in terms of gains, but in terms of satisfaction as well. Make sure you are not becoming so obsessive over this lifestyle that you cut people out of your life and allow your extreme commitment to your goals to compromise your quality of life. It can begin to feel like a job once this happens, and it just isn't very fulfilling anymore. Sometimes the will needed to build an amazing body can become quite a burden when it begins affecting other parts of your life. Be open to the idea that you may need to back off a little.

    3) Love what you do.
    Try to maintain the mindset that every single workout, every single meal, etc is exciting. Make sure that this sport, and all that it involves, excites you and makes you feel good! There is no reason to continue on if bodybuilding is no longer serving you, and you are simply serving it. That could be a good time to dial back or call it quits. Only if you truly love it, will you be able to get the most from it!
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