Well I was going to the gym daily for about 6 months straight. I was getting pretty huge. I ended up breaking my wrist in a motocross accident. I was basically in shock after that. I felt like I couldn't go to the gym anymore etc. Got all depressed, put on some weight but still have a pretty good base.
I finally got motivated to get back into it about two months ago. I started dieting, eating a lot less food and since I couldn't get in the gym I didn't mind trying the low carb thing. I have been on it for like a month and a half and I lost 30 pounds. I still can stand to lose some more weight.
My wrist is still screwed though. I started doing some things at home but I still cant do any of my favorite things like chins, bench, curl, etc. But I have started using one of those old rowing machines and someone gave me a total gym. That thing doesn't seem to hurt my wrist too much. I feel like I haven't lost any real size just a lot of bodyfat. My question is when the day comes should I just switch right back into my high carb, high protein diet I was on while lifting like a madman? Or should I keep up with this low carb thing? I think I will try staying low carb for a while and see i f I can put on any real weight. I think because I am basically starting over again my body will just start packing on muscle again like anytime you first start lifting.
XArmy-----It's nice to see my abs again!!!