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  1. holy crap bro, nice job

  2. MTNMEDIC
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    Cybergenics !?! J/K bra,..very well done !

  3. Outstanding! You look really good! Congratulations!
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  4. HOLY **** DUDE! Nice freakin work!

    BMI...yes we all know its a crock...i'm morbidly obese myself...with visible abs??

    and on another side note...don't be admiring the heavy decline presses.

    Amazing work man. Keep it up.
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  5. How much cardio and how often?


    Use A.A.S or clen/t3 at all?

  6. Quote Originally Posted by kabuki View Post
    HOLY **** DUDE! Nice freakin work!

    BMI...yes we all know its a crock...i'm morbidly obese myself...with visible abs??

    and on another side note...don't be admiring the heavy decline presses.

    Amazing work man. Keep it up.
    Thanks, man. Can I be impressed by some of your lifts, LOL. Incredible.



    Quote Originally Posted by CryingEmo View Post
    How much cardio and how often?


    Use A.A.S or clen/t3 at all?
    When I was cutting hard, 45-60 min, 6x per week. I pushed hard enough to burn 850-1000 cals per hour stationary biking. These days, 20-30 min low impact, 3-4x per week.

    I've never used anabolic steroids or the like. There have been several people -- including my former doctor -- who thought I was (I don't understand how. One good friend in the gym laughed hard when I told him, and he said anyone who knows about A.A.S. knows I'm not using. He said with my body structure, I'd be a lot bigger if I were.)

    I'm not opposed to using AAS at all. Personally, I feel that if you do not go overboard, you can get many of the benefits of AAS without many of the side effects that come with massive cycles. I'm friends with many people who have/do use, and the ones I who I respect all agree on one thing. You shouldn't think about using until you know what your potential is without them, at least 3-4 years in the gym with proper nutrition and proper workouts. I'm no where near that yet. When the time comes, then I'll make that choice.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by bradspencer74 View Post
    Thanks, man. Can I be impressed by some of your lifts, LOL. Incredible.





    When I was cutting hard, 45-60 min, 6x per week. I pushed hard enough to burn 850-1000 cals per hour stationary biking. These days, 20-30 min low impact, 3-4x per week.

    I've never used anabolic steroids or the like. There have been several people -- including my former doctor -- who thought I was (I don't understand how. One good friend in the gym laughed hard when I told him, and he said anyone who knows about A.A.S. knows I'm not using. He said with my body structure, I'd be a lot bigger if I were.)

    I'm not opposed to using anabolic steroids at all. Personally, I feel that if you do not go overboard, you can get many of the benefits of AAS without many of the side effects that come with massive cycles. I'm friends with many people who have/do use, and the ones I who I respect all agree on one thing. You shouldn't think about using until you know what your potential is without them, at least 3-4 years in the gym with proper nutrition and proper workouts. I'm no where near that yet. When the time comes, then I'll make that choice.
    You did something right because somehow you signaled your body to burn 100% fat and no muscle.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by CryingEmo View Post
    You did something right because somehow you signaled your body to burn 100% fat and no muscle.
    I wish that was true. I'll be the first to admit that I've been able to do a lot better than many people who do massive loss. But I chalk that up to a very clean, wholesome diet of what I did eat, and a lot of luck, and maybe some good genes. I know now that I did some very stupid things at some points, things I'll never repeat when I cut again. (Like eating less than my BMR and then exercising off all those calories).

    Back to the muscle loss - I lost about 15% lean mass (if the body fat % are right) over the course of the first cut. Sounds OK considering the until you do the figures -- 27 pounds LBM lost. My goal is to get that 27 pounds pounds of muscle back.

  9. This is the first thread I looked at since I joined so my first post will be "Amazing Job and congrats on what you have accomplished!"

  10. repps to u bro

    when i first saw those photos i thought it was father and son!!

    those before photos would have been taken around late 29/ early 30, u looked 50 something dude!!

    the transformation is beyond belief and well done

    remarkable and a fine example of what can be achieved


  11. Very nice transformation, all you can do for symmetry work to even out is do single arm work, work each side individually.

  12. Thanks again, guys. (I keep saying that, but I mean it to all of you.)

    Quote Originally Posted by b unit View Post
    repps to u bro

    when i first saw those photos i thought it was father and son!!

    those before photos would have been taken around late 29/ early 30, u looked 50 something dude!!

    the transformation is beyond belief and well done

    remarkable and a fine example of what can be achieved

    You're not the first person to tell me that they thought those were father/son pics at first. And to tell the truth, I really was way, way older than my years. People always thought I was a 10 years or more older than I really was.

    I took one of those real body age tests when I started last year. I was 31 chronologically but my body age was like 44 or 45. I just took it again at my year anniversary. I'm 32 (almost 33) now chronologically, but my body age test is 22.

    Granted, don't look quite that young anymore, but I feel like it. And most people guess I'm in my mid 20's.

  13. you're a credit to yourself dude and a damn pain in the a*s to all those straight up lazy types who make excuses about why they fat etc

    geez if bill philips was still doing that body for life stuff you'd be in that corvette baby!!!

    once again, well done

    it's really made my day coming across this thread of yours

  14. this is one of the craziest things ive ever seen. amazing

  15. Absolutely amazing and inspiring! You lost more than just weight - you look like you lost a bunch of years too (or gained youth, depending how you look at it).

    FINALLY a win for the good guys, lol.

  16. you look 20 years younger and will probably live 20 years longer. Great Job!!

  17. Yea this is motivational as hell

  18. Don't know how I missed this thread, but great job dude. Absolutely amazing transformation.

  19. Great job, you are a roll model to many people. You had the courage, and the strength to do the right thing. I cant stress enough how cool that is. Congratulations. Mark

  20. wow amazing. good job

  21. awsome job bro. keep up the hard work

  22. OUTSTANDING WORK... gonna do a few comps in the near future?

  23. I came out of retirement just to say DAYUM! Good job bro!

  24. Wow- That is by far the most impressive before and after I have ever seen.

    It looked like your before picture was somebody else!

    Did you use any other supplements besides protein powder?

    Did you alternate between the upright bike for cardio and other modes of cardio?

  25. Wish i saw this earlier all i can say is wow you are a great inspiration to us all keep it up!

  26. Dude you look like a pissed off John Malkovich. That transform is incredible.
    "I am legally blind and if I can Squat,deadlift and over all get myself to the gym then anyone can get their a$$ in gear and get strong!!" - malleus25
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  27. thats truly amazing man congrats your transformation

  28. Amazing work.
  29. Some New Progress Pics


    Hi Guys,

    Thanks for all the supportive responses. I appreciate it very much. It's been a while since I've been online. Life gets kind of busy, but nothing keeps me out of the gym.

    I've been slow bulking for the last 5 months or so, and I've gained about 5 pounds, and most of its been quality mass. Since I'm doing this the natural way, everyone tells me that I've been doing very well. Made some tremendous strength gains, and hoping the muscle size will catch up in time.

    The first pic shows my relaxed progress over the last 6 months. Apparently, I have a talent for widening shoulders, if nothing else. The rest is just a sample of groups. Sorry some are blurry, but I can't find anyone to help me take progress pics.
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    One other pic
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  31. progressing well. glad your sticking with it.
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  32. Quote Originally Posted by bradspencer74 View Post
    Just getting started here, but since I'm finally able to turn my focus toward gaining muscle rather than losing fat, thought it best to get post where I am now, just a couple of weeks into my first clean bulk.

    I had been overweight all my life. When it finally clicked with me how close to dying I was, I was 375 lbs@44% BF (maybe a little more). I've poured everything I could into changing my life, and so far so good. Now, I'm at 200 pounds, 12-14% BF, depending on the measurement type that's done, and I feel better than at any time in my life. Hopefully there will be some new muscle on these pics on a few months. I'd like to get to 220 @8%, but that will take at while.

    Anyway, Before and After:

    DAMN DUDE MAJOR MAJOR props to you. thas incredible transformation!
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  33. Damn how the f--k you grow calves lol

    Man each time I see this I say screw Jared you kick his ass in the transformation department

  34. awesome brother.. Nothing short of amazing.. and you keep transforming.. OUTSTANDING

  35. That is amazing man............props

  36. clap, clap, clap...wow. Awesome.

  37. I'm going to perpetuate the echo in here -- amazing transformation, and truly inspirational.

    What I find to be the craziest part is how well your skin adapted. I've lost "only" 95 lbs and my skin situation is much worse than yours...I don't even see stretch marks on you!
  38. Recommendations for Chest ?


    Thanks again, guys. This may be the wrong place to ask, but I really want to spend the next few months focusing on my pecs. It's my lagging bodypart -- you know the one that everybody has. Don't get me wrong, it is progressing, but I really would like to bring it up.

    Any pointer, suggestions, etc for how I should approach that workout rep/weight wise or other things I can incorporate into my routine that will help me?


    Quote Originally Posted by Ninsha View Post
    I'm going to perpetuate the echo in here -- amazing transformation, and truly inspirational.

    What I find to be the craziest part is how well your skin adapted. I've lost "only" 95 lbs and my skin situation is much worse than yours...I don't even see stretch marks on you!
    Oh, I've got them. Maybe I'm my own worst critic, but I can certainly see them. They are fading out a bit though. Don't know if that is with time, more mass, or both.

  39. ur my idle

  40. ABSOLUTELY Incredible man. I guess ive got no excuse not to finish up my cut now.
  

  
 

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