Snag gets FINAFLEXed on Road to Nationals

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  1. drowning my ground turkey breast in salt right now, mmmmm love it
    been salting most everything I eat actually, something at every meal..enjoying while I can, will only help the process when I slim it back substantially

    @ wasme - thanks my brother to the north - is why I am posting so damn many, so I can show off these changes all the time
    only gonna get better and better! you guys gonna have to wait for the next ones tho - srs this time
    no joke
    no, really..

    (inb4 I change my mind when I look notably more awesomer 2 days from now LOLOL)


  2. I like cod as a fish.
    Mostly if you look where your fish is caught will make a big difference in the quality.

    If the fish is actually wild caught (and you can prove it) I don't think you need to worry about the literally poopy tilapia.

    Anything from China though or any farm raised fish I'm weary of... Especially tilapia.

    As far as the pork I never buy it but if my family buys tenderloin and it's thoroughly cooked I'll eat it (this is very rare though)... And occasionally I'm a sucker for bacon, but I try to get at least nitrate free so I'm not getting slammed twice (poop + preservatives) but this is also rare.



    Snags, that picture looks like you have a pump but it's post cardio.

    looks to me you'll be growing into the show. Excellent.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    Only pork I really eat is the leanest pork loin section... The pork sword...

    Yeah you look great I have no question you are going to come in absolutely FREAKY! There is no reason you should not be able to obtain, or even surpass your current expectations. I can not wait to see how you look in the end.
    Quote Originally Posted by superbeast668 View Post
    Interesting way to tell snags you're interested him in a sexual manor.
    Super I am almost disappointed in you brother, you quote edit and did not take advantage of replacing the word expectations with erections... That one word would have dirtied up that entire last section. LOL
    Live Hard, Laugh Hard, Love Hard and Heal Fast! - KLEEN
    Current Training Log -
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/276206-kleen-strong-body.html

  4. Finally, the Kraken is here. Great profile for stimul8 Finaflex!!!

    No wonder why we were sweating...rawfolia hahahah. Clever addition
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by EBF_2356 View Post
    Finally, the Kraken is here. Great profile for stimul8 Finaflex!!!

    No wonder why we were sweating...rawfolia hahahah. Clever addition
    is a helluva blend (captain obvious I am)
    I cannot tell you how many laffs I had, watching you guys beta test that stuff, knowing what was in it but not being able to say anything LOL
    that Irisin is no joke either..is gonna play out awesomely for those who want a smash of energy and leaning/recomp effects, from their training

    you guys can check it if you haven't already, here:

    Redefine Nutrition (FinaFlex) STIMUL8 (40 Servings): Discount STIMUL8 Supplements
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  6. Hmmm norco, I knew it!

  7. Quote Originally Posted by TheSaiyan View Post
    Hmmm norco, I knew it!
    Norco?
    E-Pharm Rep... PM me with any questions or concerns

  8. Quote Originally Posted by 3clipseGT View Post

    Norco?
    Norcoclaurine or as listed Higenamine lol that's just the name I refer to it as. I think it's a good replacement to dmaa

  9. I'm gonna have to get some.

    Eventually.


    That's a hell of a deal for it.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by TheSaiyan View Post
    Norcoclaurine or as listed Higenamine lol that's just the name I refer to it as. I think it's a good replacement to dmaa
    Unless im missing something i dont see any norco bro lol.
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by 3clipseGT View Post

    Unless im missing something i dont see any norco bro lol.
    Oh wow I dun goofed

    That -4.25 -5.25 vision lmao

    I don't know my dick from my elbow I guess

  12. Quote Originally Posted by TheSaiyan View Post
    Oh wow I dun goofed

    That -4.25 -5.25 vision lmao

    I don't know my dick from my elbow I guess
    Lmao no worries bud.
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=86 573"/>

    Looks like it's hitting ground...
    How the eff did I miss this post???!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    I'm gonna have to get some.

    Eventually.

    That's a hell of a deal for it.
    Been waiting myself I NEED some now please :-)
    Independent

  14. Quote Originally Posted by bean5er View Post

    How the eff did I miss this post???!!!

    Been waiting myself I NEED some now please :-)
    Right?


    I'm just gonna need some for free though.

  15. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post

    Right?

    I'm just gonna need some for free though.
    Unfortunately I'm in the same boat for another month. I could sell some shyt I have I guess. Lol
    Independent

  16. Quote Originally Posted by bean5er View Post

    Unfortunately I'm in the same boat for another month. I could sell some shyt I have I guess. Lol
    I might could do that as well.

    Although, I'm a bit of a pack rat.

  17. Quote Originally Posted by bean5er View Post
    I ate 48 oz of cod a day for 21 days I believe. And I liked cod. Started with halibut but it was too expensive. I think I spent like 400.00 in fish the last three weeks of prep. Never again

    That is all
    Yes it's expensive...if I can get a decent price I will go for it, or just a meal of it here or there for a change would be ok too.
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug

  18. good. gawd. almighty.
    finding it a challenge to even get to tomorrow to post pics like I referred to! I mean, WHOAA
    this will be beyond my freakin wild dreams indeed - if I told you I could ever envision this, it would be a whopper of a lie
    and - it's only one day! freaky
    dryness kicked in last night something fierce - I mean I look show ready right now..
    ima be having a blast gents - and will wait for pics, to just absolutely blow you guys' minds

    I feel great!

  19. oh - and all this talk about fish & halibut or cod being too expensive, my own contribution here:
    not trying to be a jerk, but it amazes me sometimes, the way you guys view things! I mean look, when we compete, we are all wanting to go up there looking our very best right? yet we constantly short-cut the things required to actually do that, in an effort to "save money"..why?
    is it an American ideal that our "best" is really not our best, but so long as we "think" we are doing a fair enough effort, we qualify this as "best"?
    I understand, budget - unless you are one of the financially blessed who is entirely self-sufficient and doesn't blink at expenses in life, everyone is on a budget of some sort or another..but why in tarnations would you justify to yourself making the #1 most important aspect of the driving force in contest prep (diet) be compromised simply to save couple bucks here & there? maybe it comes down to ppl truly not realizing just how important diet is to progress; there is a direct correlation, here..and the ironic things is: most guys will look to all the unproven, worthless-for-current-goals supplementation products in the industry to accommodate their short-comings and not blink an eye..while they and sacrifice the true impact of the most important part of the process ie, diet!
    simply, mind-boggling
    my .02 - if you are not prepared to spend the money needed to make quality, sensible and intelligent choices in food during this timeframe, and feel the need to short-change due to "expense", then you better not even think about doing a show at this time..come back some other time
    that is all

  20. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    oh - and all this talk about fish & halibut or cod being too expensive, my own contribution here:
    not trying to be a jerk, but it amazes me sometimes, the way you guys view things! I mean look, when we compete, we are all wanting to go up there looking our very best right? yet we constantly short-cut the things required to actually do that, in an effort to "save money"..why?
    is it an American ideal that our "best" is really not our best, but so long as we "think" we are doing a fair enough effort, we qualify this as "best"?
    I understand, budget - unless you are one of the financially blessed who is entirely self-sufficient and doesn't blink at expenses in life, everyone is on a budget of some sort or another..but why in tarnations would you justify to yourself making the #1 most important aspect of the driving force in contest prep (diet) be compromised simply to save couple bucks here & there? maybe it comes down to ppl truly not realizing just how important diet is to progress; there is a direct correlation, here..and the ironic things is: most guys will look to all the unproven, worthless-for-current-goals supplementation products in the industry to accommodate their short-comings and not blink an eye..while they and sacrifice the true impact of the most important part of the process ie, diet!
    simply, mind-boggling
    my .02 - if you are not prepared to spend the money needed to make quality, sensible and intelligent choices in food during this timeframe, and feel the need to short-change due to "expense", then you better not even think about doing a show at this time..come back some other time
    that is all
    Truer words seldom spoken....
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/powerlifting-strongman/240580-road-derby-cup.html

  21. i cant believe i have missed this entire thread...

  22. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    oh - and all this talk about fish & halibut or cod being too expensive, my own contribution here:
    not trying to be a jerk, but it amazes me sometimes, the way you guys view things! I mean look, when we compete, we are all wanting to go up there looking our very best right? yet we constantly short-cut the things required to actually do that, in an effort to "save money"..why?
    is it an American ideal that our "best" is really not our best, but so long as we "think" we are doing a fair enough effort, we qualify this as "best"?
    I understand, budget - unless you are one of the financially blessed who is entirely self-sufficient and doesn't blink at expenses in life, everyone is on a budget of some sort or another..but why in tarnations would you justify to yourself making the #1 most important aspect of the driving force in contest prep (diet) be compromised simply to save couple bucks here & there? maybe it comes down to ppl truly not realizing just how important diet is to progress; there is a direct correlation, here..and the ironic things is: most guys will look to all the unproven, worthless-for-current-goals supplementation products in the industry to accommodate their short-comings and not blink an eye..while they and sacrifice the true impact of the most important part of the process ie, diet!
    simply, mind-boggling
    my .02 - if you are not prepared to spend the money needed to make quality, sensible and intelligent choices in food during this timeframe, and feel the need to short-change due to "expense", then you better not even think about doing a show at this time..come back some other time
    that is all
    I will agree here. Being it was my first show I had no idea it would cost me as much as it did, knowing that I will not be competing again until I'm in a much better financial position.
    Independent

  23. Quote Originally Posted by huggy77 View Post
    i cant believe i have missed this entire thread...
    me neither
    better late than never tho - and besides, you came at right time, the fun stuff is just getting started now
    welcome

    Quote Originally Posted by bean5er View Post
    I will agree here. Being it was my first show I had no idea it would cost me as much as it did, knowing that I will not be competing again until I'm in a much better financial position.
    sure bean - and I do not specifically reference you, just the mindset here in general
    first show is quite the learning experience, on a lot of different levels; you will never experience anything quite like it
    but what really gets me is, the guys who have couple 3-4-5 shows in, and still don't get this, running around looking for the right sup or the "right" steroid" that they feel will put them over the top - while continuing to short-change diet..some guys will never understand the value/importance of nutrition, or their own metabolism for that matter..and it is not something you learn overnight, rather takes much time and practice, self-observation, to assess and truly learn these things
    you guys have all seen me in past, basically "practicing" my approach, giving myself ideas for when it's the real deal; a lot of times, even I will screw that up, as I lack patience and haven't been in the individual processes/stages long enough to truly observe changes/practices that I am experimenting with..i have learned a great deal about myself in this prep alone - and am not arrogant enough to think that will change here going forward either
    the point is: LEARN it, and don't forget it! and - it all starts with the simple things really: nutrition, and understanding your own body thoroughly

  24. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    me neither
    better late than never tho - and besides, you came at right time, the fun stuff is just getting started now
    welcome

    sure bean - and I do not specifically reference you, just the mindset here in general
    first show is quite the learning experience, on a lot of different levels; you will never experience anything quite like it
    but what really gets me is, the guys who have couple 3-4-5 shows in, and still don't get this, running around looking for the right sup or the "right" steroid" that they feel will put them over the top - while continuing to short-change diet..some guys will never understand the value/importance of nutrition, or their own metabolism for that matter..and it is not something you learn overnight, rather takes much time and practice, self-observation, to assess and truly learn these things
    you guys have all seen me in past, basically "practicing" my approach, giving myself ideas for when it's the real deal; a lot of times, even I will screw that up, as I lack patience and haven't been in the individual processes/stages long enough to truly observe changes/practices that I am experimenting with..i have learned a great deal about myself in this prep alone - and am not arrogant enough to think that will change here going forward either
    the point is: LEARN it, and don't forget it! and - it all starts with the simple things really: nutrition, and understanding your own body thoroughly
    No worries I understand and agree. It's a point that needs to be hammered home. I'm truly amazed at the amount of drugs being used only to result in temporary gains, then when it's over they look the same as b4 or often worse I see it every day on here.

    I'm continuing to get my diet straightened out on my own while searching for a good coach. I'm in no hurry :-). It's truly a fun ride when you find the patience
    Independent

  25. Well said and inspiring Brother Snags! I have spent more on food this prep than I have on food at any time before this. However this comment cements in the idea that during this time nothing else is as important. I feel inspired to look for some extra variances in better food selection even though I have kept my selections pretty darn good. I know when the time comes for a little something different I need to be willing to spend more. Right now I am eatin predominantly chicken breast, lean cuts of beef and some tilapia and salmon. Going to look into a few other options on the fish which is probably the only place I have actually not delved into that much during this prep. Thanks for reinvigorating my mental state in this fact as sometimes the money being a factor tries creeps back in.
    Live Hard, Laugh Hard, Love Hard and Heal Fast! - KLEEN
    Current Training Log -
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/276206-kleen-strong-body.html

  26. me neither
    better late than never tho - and besides, you came at right time, the fun stuff is just getting started now
    welcome
    brb, catching up on all the food porn!

    for the record, i have swapped out my Tilapia with fresh caught fish when applicable and it has made a pretty big difference in my quality of life... I actually look forward to dinner now... If you have a fish market by you, talk to the owner. You might be able to get really good deals on fish in bulk....

  27. the training was simply spectacular this day - I am really in the zone, on every single front of attack here

    7.5min cardio warm
    4x seated BB military ss w/ face pulls
    4x leaning 1-arm laterals ss w/ DB bent-rear laterals
    2x standing DB alternating shoulder press to finish (shoulders pumped to hades after these)
    4x BB curls ss w/ BB CGBP
    4x incline DB curls ss/ cable tri pushdowns
    2x incline DB hammer curls ss w/ reverse tri pressdowns
    3x BB wrist curls to finish
    7.5min cardio cool

  28. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    oh - and all this talk about fish & halibut or cod being too expensive, my own contribution here:
    not trying to be a jerk, but it amazes me sometimes, the way you guys view things! I mean look, when we compete, we are all wanting to go up there looking our very best right? yet we constantly short-cut the things required to actually do that, in an effort to "save money"..why?
    is it an American ideal that our "best" is really not our best, but so long as we "think" we are doing a fair enough effort, we qualify this as "best"?
    I understand, budget - unless you are one of the financially blessed who is entirely self-sufficient and doesn't blink at expenses in life, everyone is on a budget of some sort or another..but why in tarnations would you justify to yourself making the #1 most important aspect of the driving force in contest prep (diet) be compromised simply to save couple bucks here & there? maybe it comes down to ppl truly not realizing just how important diet is to progress; there is a direct correlation, here..and the ironic things is: most guys will look to all the unproven, worthless-for-current-goals supplementation products in the industry to accommodate their short-comings and not blink an eye..while they and sacrifice the true impact of the most important part of the process ie, diet!
    simply, mind-boggling
    my .02 - if you are not prepared to spend the money needed to make quality, sensible and intelligent choices in food during this timeframe, and feel the need to short-change due to "expense", then you better not even think about doing a show at this time..come back some other time
    that is all
    Good thing I'm not competing lol

  29. Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    Well said and inspiring Brother Snags! I have spent more on food this prep than I have on food at any time before this. However this comment cements in the idea that during this time nothing else is as important. I feel inspired to look for some extra variances in better food selection even though I have kept my selections pretty darn good. I know when the time comes for a little something different I need to be willing to spend more. Right now I am eatin predominantly chicken breast, lean cuts of beef and some tilapia and salmon. Going to look into a few other options on the fish which is probably the only place I have actually not delved into that much during this prep. Thanks for reinvigorating my mental state in this fact as sometimes the money being a factor tries creeps back in.
    Another point is more expensive is not always better nutrition, in the case of Halibut, I don't know if it's any better than Cod say but Halibut is better tasting this I know. If you can save a dollar and get just as good of nutrition then that would be fine. If Halibut is close though I would go for it because it's a nice tasting fish.

    I have also been able to save a lot of money buying in bulk. I mean the stuff I eat would have broken me if I didn't.

    That all being said Steve still makes a good point and I for one will make sure saving money is not going to get in the way of good nutrition.
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug
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