Snag continues his off-season REDEFINing

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    indeed
    i love the taste of medium rare so long as it's a good cut
    the sirloin i have currently is not all that great taste, so i do cook it a lil longer anyway..
    not a fan of done/well-done, takes all the fun out of it
    perfect world: give me a tenderloin seared a few times on each side, pink in middle, a lil blood when you slice..mmmmmmmm yum

    I love the taste of Sirloin but tenderloin for treat.... tenderloin is leaner that I once thought...
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug


  2. MMMMM I had a nice sirloin last night was medium rare and perfection!
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  3. I love my new butcher
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug

  4. steak has to be bleeding...

    My grandpa used to have me cook his steaks. He would tell when to flip, etc. About a minute or less on each side on the grill. And thats it. Just warm it up.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by calebsmitty View Post
    steak has to be bleeding...

    My grandpa used to have me cook his steaks. He would tell when to flip, etc. About a minute or less on each side on the grill. And thats it. Just warm it up.
    Yah that be blue...
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug
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  6. I like mine almost purple.

    Need a deep red center.

  7. Looking damn good by the way Steve, you don't look like you have missed even one step. I wish my body would recover well like that but alas I think my HPTA has all but given up.
    Live Hard, Laugh Hard, Love Hard and Heal Fast! - KLEEN
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    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/276206-kleen-strong-body.html

  8. Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    Looking damn good by the way Steve, you don't look like you have missed even one step. I wish my body would recover well like that but alas I think my HPTA has all but given up.
    thank you sir, much appreciation
    you will get things figured out and rectified, of this i am certain
    you are too stubborn, to fail


    just got back from grocery, stocked up on few things i been ignoring, for next dietary 'shift'..
    salmon and black beans head the list..should be fun times

  9. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    thank you sir, much appreciation
    you will get things figured out and rectified, of this i am certain
    you are too stubborn, to fail


    just got back from grocery, stocked up on few things i been ignoring, for next dietary 'shift'..
    salmon and black beans head the list..should be fun times
    Salmon it a spicy black bean sauce ... love to see that done.
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug

  10. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    Salmon it a spicy black bean sauce ... love to see that done.
    perhaps i will accommodate



    update: shoulders this day - training was..was..just....unfugginbeli evable
    (tribute to my comrade in iron DW there)

    forgot to touch earlier on aspect of shift in weights, as i am out of pct and can now get back to day-in/day-out mauling
    intensity back up, rest periods lowered, more tricks to throw into the fray..

    pct was nice don't get me wrong (as far as pct's go), but i use that time for recovery mainly and not 'growth' per se
    everything is reduced, for the most part
    no more..

    my shoulders - they looked twice as big as pic from yesterday when i was done
    of course lots of good foods (and carbs), and comparing the "cold" pic from yesterday to '"pump after-training" shape from today is a lil bit illusory, but man -- WOW

    james brown said it, i concur:

    i feel good!


  11. I find I get a wicked pump when I use ignite.. even now that I am not doing those kind of workouts there is some nice swelling.
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug

  12. Nice! Gotta love it when you get to start hammering again.
    Live Hard, Laugh Hard, Love Hard and Heal Fast! - KLEEN
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    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/276206-kleen-strong-body.html

  13. here's that pic from earlier today after training..kinda shaky (was pumped & dripping sweat what can i say)



    weight stabilized back in the 200s again, happy about that
    this is where i wanna stay, just keep getting harder & harder


    oh - and someone running around here likes to think they are gunna out-pic me on food


    nothing fancy, but you ain't gonna beat this one for a quick lil tasty snack



    4oz chicken breast chunks
    1 serving rice cakes (ranch yum)
    1 TBS almond butter
    ~355cals

    boom

    meal earlier consisted of beef & black beans w/ veggies..damn forgot how good a combo that was
    totals for day 4kcals, 360p/300c/150f
    big protein load tomorrow, carbs take a dive (~150)

  14. Holy fug you're fuggin huge in that pic.
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug

  15. those arms...did you just take some ignite 2 Steve and not tell us? ::swole patrol
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  16. That little snack looks amazing. I have been eating some of my other carb sources lately but I think it is about time rice cakes make a return in my diet. May have to pick up like 5 different flavors.
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  17. ahaa thanks guys - amazing what a lil tweak in diet can do, never ceases to amaze me
    Quote Originally Posted by bolt10 View Post
    May have to pick up like 5 different flavors.
    a page outta my book sir
    variety (and constant change) is the spice of life

  18. You's a big mofo! Yup Yup!
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by bolt10 View Post
    That little snack looks amazing. I have been eating some of my other carb sources lately but I think it is about time rice cakes make a return in my diet. May have to pick up like 5 different flavors.
    Super cheap too bro. Oh, an congrats on joining PES

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  20. Snags, just curious what your bodytype was pre bodybuilding? Always athletic Mesomorph, muscular and lean?

  21. Quote Originally Posted by runner_79 View Post
    Super cheap too bro.
    and QUICK!
    i don't have time to slave over cooking meals anymore..quick easy & nutritionally sound is what i am all about these days


    Quote Originally Posted by calebsmitty View Post
    Snags, just curious what your bodytype was pre bodybuilding? Always athletic Mesomorph, muscular and lean?
    bodytype schmodytype
    i was a skinny-ass runt as a kid, till i got hurt at age 12 and had to rehabilitate with 1lb DB - led to fascination with weights
    dint break 5' nor 100lbs until that summer of my 12th yr (so almost 13 i was)
    at 16, i was 5-6 and 150lbs - but could weight train with the high-school football team and more than hold my own
    even then - i would flex my bi's, and ppl would be amazed such a skinny kid had bigger arms then them
    (had no legs tho - srs, they were skinny as twigs)

    always been athletic, just didn't realize my physique potential until much older in life
    which - conicidentally, is when i began the journey on learning nutrition and delving deeper into training

  22. Just curious. I was always bigger and lanky with big wide shoulders. Wish I had discovered weights earlier in my life. Didn't start lifting until about 20.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by calebsmitty View Post
    Just curious. I was always bigger and lanky with big wide shoulders. Wish I had discovered weights earlier in my life. Didn't start lifting until about 20.
    20 is still early but there is a lot to be said for lifting during the years of puberty. You have a good base brother nothing to sneeze at. You should be proud of your accomplishments. As for me I was a squatty body, always carrying some fat unless I was dieting pretty hard. I had moobs from the time I was 11 which is what got me into lifting anyway.
    Live Hard, Laugh Hard, Love Hard and Heal Fast! - KLEEN
    Current Training Log -
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/276206-kleen-strong-body.html

  24. I was always a "stocky" or husky kid. When I stretched out I didn't lean out just had more room. always had love handles.

  25. Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    I had moobs from the time I was 11
    damn man, that sux
    Quote Originally Posted by calebsmitty View Post
    I was always a "stocky" or husky kid. When I stretched out I didn't lean out just had more room. always had love handles.
    you guys are killin me with the descriptions lol
    no disrespect or poking at, just find it humorous
    hell i dint care about bodytypes or what my body looked like really back when i was a kid - except, sly and arnold surely made an impression on me and i enjoyed their movies (well sly's anyway, was never a big Conan fan but was in awe of the physique..Terminator was first flick i thought arnie was cool in)

    i was more worried about my buck teeth (straight now) big nose (grew into it) how short i was (again - i grew) and acne
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