Poll: What is your ultimate physique/body altering goal?

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What is your ultimate-realistic goal?

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by MattPorter View Post
    Please be completely realistic and honest as possible and choose the goal that you ultimately want to achieve.
    155-160 lbs at 7-9% BF...I know it is a doable goal, catch is that I am planning to take the proper road to it with slow progression and proper dieting skills. Thus I might be able to reach it within the next 6-7 years.
    >SNS-Glycophase<
    Serious Nutrition Solutions Rep


  2. Im all over the plc. one min wanna bulk next wanna cut....

    One min i feel to small next i feel to fat,lol...idk man,im all over the place but got way more bulk then cut but look pretty solid.... Im always kind of happy,somewhat..

    Id like to be 5'7" and 210 with as little BF as possible,lolthats a current goal..

  3. Quote Originally Posted by Jay888999 View Post
    Im all over the plc. one min wanna bulk next wanna cut....

    One min i feel to small next i feel to fat,lol...idk man,im all over the place but got way more bulk then cut but look pretty solid.... Im always kind of happy,somewhat..

    Id like to be 5'7" and 210 with as little BF as possible,lolthats a current goal..

    So you want to shrink an inch and gain some weight?
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  4. Mostly I just lift stuff and eat steak.

  5. I'd like to hit around 200 pounds while maintaining sub 10% bf. Oh, and get those freaking arm veins to grow more

  6. Quote Originally Posted by DJBeanPole View Post
    I want to weigh 170 and bench 420 and become a posterchild of marketing and advertising for Cambridge University studies.
    LMFAO

  7. So who here tracks their nutrition down the macros and calories and also training?

    I know writing crap down is annoying and a turn off, but does anyone actually go these lengths to ensure they hit desired goals

    of training and eating?

    -Matt
    Body Problem Mechanic
    National Level Competitor.

    www.mpasupps.com

  8. Quote Originally Posted by MattPorter
    So who here tracks their nutrition down the macros and calories and also training?

    I know writing crap down is annoying and a turn off, but does anyone actually go these lengths to ensure they hit desired goals

    of training and eating?

    -Matt
    All of the above. I track my weight and bf% weekly also to make adjustments to my macros and training.
    I'm just a dude chasing a dream

  9. I track my calories / macros. I don't write down my weights in the gym but I am going to start.
    “Obsessed is a word the lazy use to describe the dedicated.” -R.I.P Zyzz-

  10. Quote Originally Posted by masonmarin18 View Post
    I track my calories / macros. I don't write down my weights in the gym but I am going to start.
    Definitely do this. It will help you make small weight/rep increases for each week. Great way to track progress.

    David
    Team APPNUT
    Applied Nutriceuticals Representative
    Appliednutriceuticals.com
    Are you ready for N.O. UPTAKE? It's a game-changer!

  11. Quote Originally Posted by drooks10 View Post
    Definitely do this. It will help you make small weight/rep increases for each week. Great way to track progress.

    David
    Team APPNUT

    Yeah, never really knew it was necessary until a few months ago, you guys use an actual log book, or just any type of composition book.
    “Obsessed is a word the lazy use to describe the dedicated.” -R.I.P Zyzz-

  12. Quote Originally Posted by masonmarin18 View Post
    Yeah, never really knew it was necessary until a few months ago, you guys use an actual log book, or just any type of composition book.
    I use a notebook for now. I'm going to try to figure out how to build a spreadsheet and follow that though. that way all i have to do is plug in numbers.
    I'm just a dude chasing a dream

  13. Quote Originally Posted by MattPorter View Post
    So who here tracks their nutrition down the macros and calories and also training?

    I know writing crap down is annoying and a turn off, but does anyone actually go these lengths to ensure they hit desired goals

    of training and eating?

    -Matt
    Absolutely do this. Well I stick with it for about 8-10 weeks give myself 1-2 weeks going off estimates just for a little vacation. Then jump back to it.

    It made such drastic differences going from guessing daily macros to knowing exactly what I was eating. Let alone the ability to make small calculated changes.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by masonmarin18

    Yeah, never really knew it was necessary until a few months ago, you guys use an actual log book, or just any type of composition book.
    Yeah, just a notebook.
    Applied Nutriceuticals Representative
    Appliednutriceuticals.com
    Are you ready for N.O. UPTAKE? It's a game-changer!

  15. Quote Originally Posted by MattPorter View Post
    So who here tracks their nutrition down the macros and calories and also training?

    I know writing crap down is annoying and a turn off, but does anyone actually go these lengths to ensure they hit desired goals

    of training and eating?

    -Matt
    Weights, yes. Food, no. After this long and knowing how much I need given a certain training volume, I can go by instinct on how much I need to fuel my sessions. However, I did log my food for about 6 months when I was still green and it is the reason that I can pretty accurately estimate how many kcals I've had for the day.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys


  16. Good stuff --

    I will be investigating a new program that makes tracking foods and training very easy and perfect for meeting target goals.

    Will customize it to the foods and macros I personally recommend for desired goals.

    -Matt
    Body Problem Mechanic
    National Level Competitor.

    www.mpasupps.com

  17. Quote Originally Posted by MattPorter
    Good stuff --

    I will be investigating a new program that makes tracking foods and training very easy and perfect for meeting target goals.

    Will customize it to the foods and macros I personally recommend for desired goals.

    -Matt
    Anything to make dietary and training tracking quicker easier and better sounds great.
    I'm just a dude chasing a dream

  18. I voted for the second option. I am after strength. At times I need to up my cals to a level where I get a little fat looking. So be it. I dont give a crap about abs. I just want to be as strong as I can be.

  19. My goals are all strength or performace based. As long as I look decent naked, bodyfat and stuff don't matter much to me. My wife actually likes a little tummy fat lol.

    Having said that, as long as my weights keep going up in the gym over the fall/winter, I should be on track to do a recomp or cut at the end of the winter into spring (depends on my weght at that time). It would be my first real cut.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by boogyman View Post
    My goals are all strength or performace based. As long as I look decent naked, bodyfat and stuff don't matter much to me. My wife actually likes a little tummy fat lol.

    Having said that, as long as my weights keep going up in the gym over the fall/winter, I should be on track to do a recomp or cut at the end of the winter into spring (depends on my weght at that time). It would be my first real cut.
    Lucky - wish my Wife "liked tummy fat" lol....She gets angry when I am in off-season and I am a bloated mess --- still have abs etc... but the water in my face is a turn-off (which I understand) as I hate bloat face too.....but its part of the game!

    -Matt
    Body Problem Mechanic
    National Level Competitor.

    www.mpasupps.com

  21. Quote Originally Posted by superbeast668 View Post
    Anything to make dietary and training tracking quicker easier and better sounds great.

    Exactly -- I am in the process of finding and customizing the easiest to use system.

    -Matt
    Body Problem Mechanic
    National Level Competitor.

    www.mpasupps.com

  22. Quote Originally Posted by MattPorter View Post
    Lucky - wish my Wife "liked tummy fat" lol....She gets angry when I am in off-season and I am a bloated mess --- still have abs etc... but the water in my face is a turn-off (which I understand) as I hate bloat face too.....but its part of the game!

    -Matt
    Big difference, I'm just a normal guy looking to be stronger and in shape. My athletic days are behind me.
  

  
 

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