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cynthetek 01-11-2002 04:39 AM

Cynthetek\'s Comeback
In short, I coming off a 4 year "break"
I am 5'9", when I got back in the gym I weighed in at 245 lbs. That was November 1, 2001.

A blocked intestine was a motivating factor to get back into the gym and get back in to shape.

I was involved in competitive cycling from 93 to 97, just went flat and drop out of the scene.

Currently I am weighing in at 215lbs< working into a restrictive but forgiving cut routine.

My current supplements are:
Phos Fuel, Diet Fuel, Super Vanadyl Fuel

My meals are a mix of SlimFast or a Met-RX bar not to exceed a total of three, and a moderate sensible dinners. The program is overly strict, so I can "cheat" without being in a risk of binging. When I cheat it is is controlled moderation.

I am in the gym no less tah 6 times a week, and no more that 10. The afternoons are my primary lifting time to build up Lean Tissue. Teh occasional morning is alightweight spped version of the evening workout, just to kick up my metabolism for the day.

Being that I have lost 30 lbs of fat, and have developed some muscle gains, I am currently in the "fluffy" stage where the muscles can be noticed, but lack any true cut or definition.

I would love to work a pure gain routine, but I want to cut down to around 180-190 before I look at making major changes in my program.

LeanGainer or Met Max will replace Breakfast and lunch next month. Slimfast while not the perfect
choice is serving its purpose.

My diet lack a lot of real food, I don't have the time to make a lunch, and the food service at my job is the quality of rejected Am/PM mini mrket fare!

cynthetek 01-11-2002 04:45 AM

Re: Cynthetek\'s Comeback
My "Pre-Wake up Call" meals:

Pck up an biscut sandwhich at a fast food restaurant, on the drive to work.

at work I would add an additional breakfast items, ususally eggs with hasbrown and gravy

Snack: Candy bar or two, and a 20 oz soda

Lunch: main course entree (usually something fried and greasy, like fried chicken, potatoes, corn on the cob.

The appetizer was greasy burrito, a bowl of soup, and another soda.

Afternoon snack was ame as morning snack

Dinner was whatever my wife cooked, several large portions, and I would eat what the kids didn't eat.

My new diet, while lacking a change-up from this, and actually a lot healthier that all the greasy crap I use to eat

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