Big boy needs to strip out, here's the plan, plz review and critique.

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    My favorite midnight snack - 2 scoops whey, tbsp almond butter, and some almonds. Mix all together with a tiny bit of water and pop in the freezer for a couple minutes. It is delicious!!!!! And has a pretty healthy profile to it
    Damn that sounds good Josh, thanks for the tip!

    Todays dietary info: 2527 cals, (145 carbs, 229 protein, 113 fat) with an estimated output of 3719 for a deficit of1192.


  2. 12x 30/30 HIIT cycles at 80%/60% hitting 175-185 spm, 185 cals.
    Then sauna and hot tub. I love deload weeks, but not as much as I love pushing iron once my batteries are recharged.

    Today's dietary numbers: 2761 cals (112 carbs, 238 protein, 149 fats) with an estimated output of 3827 for a deficit of 1066.

    Tommorow: This weeks tale of the tape!

  3. Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    2x 30/30 HIIT cycles at 80%/60% hitting 175-185 spm, 185 cals.
    Then sauna and hot tub. I love deload weeks, but not as much as I love pushing iron once my batteries are recharged.

    Today's dietary numbers: 2761 cals (112 carbs, 238 protein, 149 fats) with an estimated output of 3827 for a deficit of 1066.

    Tommorow: This weeks tale of the tape!
    Saunas and hot tubs are awesome! They are the one thing I miss the most from commercial gyms. I was considering to just buy some day passes ust for the sauna on my deload week. Active release therapy, chiro vists, Self MFRs, and massages are all great for deloading and general prehabing/rehabing.

    Do you foam roll already? If not TRUST me give it a try! They are great and totally worth it
    "The only good is knowledge and the only evil is ignorance." - Socrates
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    Saunas and hot tubs are awesome! They are the one thing I miss the most from commercial gyms. I was considering to just buy some day passes ust for the sauna on my deload week. Active release therapy, chiro vists, Self MFRs, and massages are all great for deloading and general prehabing/rehabing.

    Do you foam roll already? If not TRUST me give it a try! They are great and totally worth it
    Have done that in the past but did not have the proper gear funny as that sounds. Had to roll up a foam rubber floor mat, best I could find. I have also seen that done on hips, scapula and shoulders with a tennis ball.

    Today's numbers: Weight 283.2, down another 4 pounds from last week, total of 38.8. Been a while since I gave a waist measurement, so I took one this morning. Were at 46.25, so that is down a total of 5.25 inches since we started our journey.
    Last edited by taman6886; 03-15-2011 at 07:49 PM. Reason: Poor math skills (lost 4 lbs this week, not 3 )

  5. Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    Have done that in the past but did not have the proper gear funny as that sounds. Had to roll up a foam rubber floor mat, best I could find. I have also seen that done on hips, scapula and shoulders with a tennis ball.

    Today's numbers: Weight 283.2, down another 3 pounds from last week, total of 38.8. Been a while since I gave a waist measurement, so I took one this morning. Were at 46.25, so that is down a total of 5.25 inches since we started our journey.
    bro awesome progress!! proud of you!! trust me, keep lowering the carbs to like 50-80. you are gonna be brad pitt in no time!!!
    BJJ = life

  6. Taman,

    I've enjoyed reading your log. Its very well kept and detailed. You should be proud of your dramatic progress. I'm going to enjoy following along. Good luck and keep it up!

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  7. Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    Have done that in the past but did not have the proper gear funny as that sounds. Had to roll up a foam rubber floor mat, best I could find. I have also seen that done on hips, scapula and shoulders with a tennis ball.

    Today's numbers: Weight 283.2, down another 3 pounds from last week, total of 38.8. Been a while since I gave a waist measurement, so I took one this morning. Were at 46.25, so that is down a total of 5.25 inches since we started our journey.
    Great job taman! You'll be sportin a speedo in no time, lol.
    Taste the rainbow.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by RobInKuwait View Post
    Taman,

    I've enjoyed reading your log. Its very well kept and detailed. You should be proud of your dramatic progress. I'm going to enjoy following along. Good luck and keep it up!

    Sent from my DROIDX using Tapatalk
    Wow I haven't seen your name around these boards for a while bud! How ya been? Hope all is well
    "The only good is knowledge and the only evil is ignorance." - Socrates

  9. Quote Originally Posted by RobInKuwait View Post
    Taman,

    I've enjoyed reading your log. Its very well kept and detailed. You should be proud of your dramatic progress. I'm going to enjoy following along. Good luck and keep it up!

    Sent from my DROIDX using Tapatalk
    Thank you sir and appreciate your support. Welcome aboard.

    Today was pretty calm day. Kicked ass at work and skipped cardio to go to wrestling practice with the little guy as he needs a lot of work. I enjoyed working with him and the other kids and he was teachable tonight for a change.

    Anyways, today's numbers are as follows: 2490 cals (135 carb, 236 protein, 112 fats) with an estimated output of 3700 for a deficit of 1211.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    Wow I haven't seen your name around these boards for a while bud! How ya been? Hope all is well
    Yeah, I've been busy getting fat, so I'm busy trying to lose it again. Nice to see you too!

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  11. Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    Thank you sir and appreciate your support. Welcome aboard.

    Today was pretty calm day. Kicked ass at work and skipped cardio to go to wrestling practice with the little guy as he needs a lot of work. I enjoyed working with him and the other kids and he was teachable tonight for a change.

    Anyways, today's numbers are as follows: 2490 cals (135 carb, 236 protein, 112 fats) with an estimated output of 3700 for a deficit of 1211.
    what are the sources for carbs
    BJJ = life

  12. Quote Originally Posted by AntonG42O View Post
    what are the sources for carbs
    Mostly apples, a piece or 2 of rye bread( Low GI), some vegetation (salads, broccoli, cauliflower) and nuts, the 5 grams/serving of myofusion, I used to eat oat meal but have been kind of skipping that (37 carbs or so a serving), oh, and have yet to give up the light yogurt, probably won't to be honest. Once a day or less I may have a Trio-plex protein bar (18 carbs, 180 cals)

  13. Quote Originally Posted by AntonG42O View Post
    what are the sources for carbs
    Inb4Grains
    Just inject.
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  14. A bit off on the macro's today but not too bad. Have really been craving and almost made it cheat day but have to save that for Sunday as we are taking my Step Son who has Cerebral Palsey and lives in a group home out for lunch. Anyways, went ahead and did the 12" roast chicken on wheat for lucnch which is where the overwhelming amount of today's carbs came from. Anyways, I am rambling, so today's numbers are as follows:

    2492 cals (165 carbs, 182 protein, 129 fats) with an estimated output of 3679 for a deficit of 1188.

  15. Quote Originally Posted by HereToStudy View Post
    Inb4Grains
    Pardon my ignorance HTS, but care to expand upon/clarify a bit here?

  16. gotta cut the grains if you wanna maximize the fat loss brother
    BJJ = life

  17. Quote Originally Posted by AntonG42O View Post
    gotta cut the grains if you wanna maximize the fat loss brother
    From his post it seems like he has cut out grains, other than rye bread. If he's getting results then I would say keep it. It's not like he's getting ready for a Bodybuilding competition, but just trying to drop weight.

    To make it a lifestyle it has to work with your preferences (as long as you don't fall off the deepend).

    Is the progress still going well now that you've reduced total carbs?
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by Milas View Post
    From his post it seems like he has cut out grains, other than rye bread. If he's getting results then I would say keep it. It's not like he's getting ready for a Bodybuilding competition, but just trying to drop weight.

    To make it a lifestyle it has to work with your preferences (as long as you don't fall off the deepend).

    Is the progress still going well now that you've reduced total carbs?
    Absolutely, dropped 4 lbs last week instead of 1-2.

  19. Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    Absolutely, dropped 4 lbs last week instead of 1-2.
    Awesome! Well done! Now don't let up!!!
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  20. Quote Originally Posted by Milas View Post
    Awesome! Well done! Now don't let up!!!
    x2
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  21. Ok, today we stepped up the cardio abit, hitting 15X30/30 HIIT cycles pushing 185-190 SPM, 80%/60% max resistance then coasted to make it an even 26 minutes followed by some ab work and stretching, sauna and then home.

    Today's dietary numbers: 2631 cals (12 carbs, 232 protein, 137 fats) with an estimated output of 3838 for a deficit of 1207.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    Ok, today we stepped up the cardio abit, hitting 15X30/30 HIIT cycles pushing 185-190 SPM, 80%/60% max resistance then coasted to make it an even 26 minutes followed by some ab work and stretching, sauna and then home.

    Today's dietary numbers: 2631 cals (12 carbs, 232 protein, 137 fats) with an estimated output of 3838 for a deficit of 1207.
    yea brother now thats more like it!!
    BJJ = life

  23. Thank you sir,

    Today I went a bit off track. The following dietary info does not include two sugar cookies with frosting. Had a moment of weakness, but I am looking at it as "binge control/prevention." Anyways, guarantee I am still at a significant deficit for the day, even if they totaled 300 cals (which is likely high).

    Enough telling on myself . Today's nutrition (minus cookies) 2602 (2903) 163 carbs(off), 195 protein, 132 fats with an estimated output of 3826 for a deficit of 1223 (923).

    Hit 12X 30/30 HIIT this time at 70%/90% resistance at 185-190 SPM, and coasted to an even 25 mins. Estimated burn 207 cals.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by AntonG42O View Post
    yea brother now thats more like it!!

    Sorry Anton, looked at that post again, it was actually more like 125 carbs rather than 12. Must have missed a keystroke

  25. Not much activity today. Little man had another rough day wrestling but I am seeing some improvment finally. Was good to see him come back to hang tough his last 2 matches after getting rolled the first 2. Was proud of him for that. Ran into a HS chum of mine who is starting a wrestling club in a town nearby in a few weeks, needs some one to come in and work with his big boys. It is a good trade, I get the fun of coaching up some kids, they get my experience, and my kid gets more individual attention as his current coaches tend to spend all of their time teaching their pets and let the other kids just struggle.

    All that aside, here are today's dietary numbers: 2643 cals (113 carbs, 226 protein, 150 fats) with an estimated output of 3756 for a deficit of 1113.

    Tomorrow, back to the iron, started on the Erase and Tropinol today (along with the A-T2). Will also be having my cheat meal, so I will log the work out but not nutrition info.

    Thanks for tuning in all

  26. Mar 20, 2011
    Name: Day 1, wk 1
    Start Time: 02:15 PM
    End Time: 04:35 PM
    Duration: 02:20
    Location: Williams Cnty Y
    Mood: Energized and Ready!
    Notes: Started off with 25 minutes on Hill profile at 80% max resistance for 220 cals. Also, changed things up just a bit, taking advantage of decline bench with rack that Wms. Cnty Y has that Van Wert Y does not (they have declines, but no rack, so it is smith machine or DB's)

    # Exercise Name Set Lbs. Reps
    1 Decline Barbell Bench Press
    #1 190 8
    #2 210 8
    #3 210 8
    #4 230 7
    Hoping to add some mass to lower chest to hopefully pull things back to where they belong (trying to be tactful here). These really give me a nice overall pec workout and pump.

    2 Seated Cable Rows
    #1 190 12
    #2 220 12
    #3 250 12
    #4 250 12
    Using "v" bar, there was not enough resistance on the rack to really push me here, so I added the DB rows.

    3 One-Arm Dumbbell Row
    #1 100 8
    #2 100 8
    #3 100 8
    #4 100 8
    This was more like it. Odd sets are left, even sets are right.

    4 Barbell Shoulder Press
    #1 170 12
    #2 170 12
    #3 170 8

    5 Lying Triceps Press
    #1 85 10
    #2 85 10
    #3 85 7
    Used EZ curl bar, close grip
    6 Hammer Curls
    #1 25 12
    #2 25 12
    #3 25 12
    Went light to take it easy on my elbows as they hate these. (Still some lingering tendonitis.) Both arms at once.

    No dietary numbers as my cheat meal was today. Estimated burn however was 4596.

    Not sure if it is the tropinol, the Erase or coming back after a deload or all threee, but felt really good today despite sleep deprivation, very focused and aggressive in the weight room, grunting out a few extra reps and not settling.

  27. Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    Not much activity today. Little man had another rough day wrestling but I am seeing some improvment finally. Was good to see him come back to hang tough his last 2 matches after getting rolled the first 2. Was proud of him for that. Ran into a HS chum of mine who is starting a wrestling club in a town nearby in a few weeks, needs some one to come in and work with his big boys. It is a good trade, I get the fun of coaching up some kids, they get my experience, and my kid gets more individual attention as his current coaches tend to spend all of their time teaching their pets and let the other kids just struggle.

    All that aside, here are today's dietary numbers: 2643 cals (113 carbs, 226 protein, 150 fats) with an estimated output of 3756 for a deficit of 1113.

    Tomorrow, back to the iron, started on the Erase and Tropinol today (along with the A-T2). Will also be having my cheat meal, so I will log the work out but not nutrition info.

    Thanks for tuning in all
    Sounds like a great opportunity with the kids bro! And props to your son for not quitting, signs of a true warrior in the making, way to tough it out. He must get that from his dad

    Keep up the good work bro!
    "The only good is knowledge and the only evil is ignorance." - Socrates

  28. Thanks Josh, I am looking forward to it. Hopefully it will help satisfy this itch I have been getting to get back on the mat. I am too old for that **** and last time I did, my division was full of College wrestlers on spring break LOL. Ached in places the next day I had forgotten I had muscles to hurt LOL.

  29. wrestling is super fun. ive been supplementing my BJJ with wrestling twice a week and i love the moves. whats the highest level did you get up to?
    BJJ = life

  30. Quote Originally Posted by AntonG42O View Post
    wrestling is super fun. ive been supplementing my BJJ with wrestling twice a week and i love the moves. whats the highest level did you get up to?
    Just High School, District (Stage before state) qualifier as a Sophomore, did not go out my Junior year as my coach pissed me off in football season (hit me, screw that) and then came down with Mono about a month into my Senior year. was ranked top 5 in the area in Heavy Wt (this was before the 275 cap and I ran at 225) before the mono trashed my season. Sorry if I am rambling

  31. good sh!t man. we got a pretty good program at my gym, we constantly get D1 wrestlers coming through and even some olympic hopefuls.
    BJJ = life

  32. Quote Originally Posted by AntonG42O View Post
    good sh!t man. we got a pretty good program at my gym, we constantly get D1 wrestlers coming through and even some olympic hopefuls.
    That is some stiff competition there man!

  33. Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    That is some stiff competition there man!
    yeah we still catch them in armbars and triangles though, as good as they are. they all hate tapping and get all pissed when they get submitted
    BJJ = life

  34. Quote Originally Posted by AntonG42O View Post
    yeah we still catch them in armbars and triangles though, as good as they are. they all hate tapping and get all pissed when they get submitted
    That is a true wrestler's mentality. It is a sport that comes with it's own sense of family and truly is a subculture to itself. These are guys who live by motto's like "Pain is temporary, pride is forever" and to a greater or lesser degree, live that way. Go big or go home INDEED LMAO.

  35. Had too much I had to take care of after a long one at work today, so no cardio tonight. Kept it tight today coming off of the cheat and unsure if I could go to gym tonight.

    Today's dietary totals: 2458 cals (76 carbs, 226 protein, 142 fats) with an estimated output of 3660 for a deficit of 1202.

    Tomorrow, tale of the tape and back to the iron. Deadlifts INC.!

  36. Weighed in at 280.8 this morning, down 2.4 from last week, an over all total of 41.2 pounds since we started. Waist was pretty much the same: 46.25

  37. Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    Weighed in at 280.8 this morning, down 2.4 from last week, an over all total of 41.2 pounds since we started. Waist was pretty much the same: 46.25


    Coming up on 3 months since starting the log so that what? An average of 13 and a half pound per month or 3lbs per week.. That's awesome bruddah!!! Keep it up big guy your definitely on the right track. I feel like I have to step my game up now. I been slacking and reading this update from you this morning makes me want to go put my game face on and get back to work with my cut
    "The only good is knowledge and the only evil is ignorance." - Socrates

  38. Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    Weighed in at 280.8 this morning, down 2.4 from last week, an over all total of 41.2 pounds since we started. Waist was pretty much the same: 46.25
    keep it up bro!! i gotta post a couple motivational pictures in this thread. i train with this kid who a year and a half ago was 270. today he is 170 about to get down to 155 to fight in his second pro MMA fight, he won the first one. pure example of hard work that pays off.
    BJJ = life

  39. Quote Originally Posted by AntonG42O View Post
    keep it up bro!! i gotta post a couple motivational pictures in this thread. i train with this kid who a year and a half ago was 270. today he is 170 about to get down to 155 to fight in his second pro MMA fight, he won the first one. pure example of hard work that pays off.
    That would be very cool anton!
  

  
 

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