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Old 06-03-2010, 04:47 AM
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Wednesday june 2

m1: 1.5cups fruit, ham&egg sandwich, yogurt: 650
m2: 4 red quesadillas, 100g meat, 50g rice: 550
m3: hotdog: 300cal
m4: saucage and cottage: 300

Total: 1800cal

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20 mins cardio ~180bpm

night: 12 sprints X 6 seconds
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Old 06-03-2010, 01:57 PM
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Chest last night, had a good friend bring my back some lobster from the coast, so I had a bit of a treat for dinner last night.

Did some measurements at the gym last night, and now I can actually see the results in numerical form. Here's what the progress looks like so far. I am pretty happy for only being one month in.

Age: 27 (had a birthday early may)
Height: 5'10
Weight: 204 (down 13 pounds)
BF: No Idea on the change yet
Waist: 33" (1" change)
Chest: 43" unflexed (1" change)
Bicep: 16.5" flexed (.5" change) - need to get these back to original size, but more toned.

I am feeling much leaner. Although last night, was a terrible day in the gym. Chest felt weak, was having problems hitting my last sets. I think I need to get a good sleep. Work has been swamped, and I am in the office for long hours. Had one of my coworkers go on a vacation, which left me in the office for 1.5hours longer/day on average. I am 100% sure that this effected my performance in the gym. I am looking forward to this weekend as I need to sleep in... still feel tired today after a good 7.5 hour sleep last night. As I mentioned, I am overall happy with my progress in my first cut ever. Only 2 more months to go. I think I will be concentrating on the lifting end of things a little bit more, and not so much the cardio, not that I have been trying to do a whole pile of cardio, but it just seems to be how things have panned out with lacrosse and whatnot.
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Old 06-04-2010, 05:21 AM
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Thursday june 4

m1: fruit, 4 quesadillas: 500cal
m2: 100gfish, 50gbeans, 50grice: 500
m3: Hot dog: 300cal
m4: big chicken salad: 400

total: 1700cal

workout CHEST

20 mins cardio ~160bpm
bench: 4 sets 155lbsX6
incline db bench: 4 sets 60'sX8
tri pushdowns: 3X double stripset, 100,80,65 lbsX 12


Lets do this...
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Old 06-04-2010, 04:09 PM
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Any change yet Albert? Lets see some updated stats.

Last night I was forced into helping a friend of my wife move her new furniture in, which left no time for the gym. Tonight Legs.
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Old 06-07-2010, 11:56 PM
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Had a minor slip up on the weekend (Had pizza for dinner last night). Even though it was on a thin multi-grain crust, I still feel it was a significant cheat, being that I have been so strict. Back to the grind today. Lacrosse tonight - 1.5 hours HIIT

Weights tomorrow AM.

Albert - please don't pull a Moses and bail on me... We need updates.
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Old 06-08-2010, 04:00 AM
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Think of cheats as a good thing...helps reset your metabolism
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Old 06-08-2010, 05:08 PM
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Think of cheats as a good thing...helps reset your metabolism
If cheats are a good thing, how often should I allow myself to do so?

Lacrosse was good last night, sweating like a pig (as usual), but I got hit into the boards and landed on my knee, so I took this morning off. Game tomorrow night. I will be weighing in probably on the weekend, to see if any changes have happened since last week.

That brings me to my next question, how often should I be weighing in? I mean I don't want to do it daily, but is weekly enough? Bi-weekly? I am not sure.

Albert (aka Cookie monster), where are you? Can't stick with me on this one? Come on man!!
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Old 06-08-2010, 07:40 PM
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I have a cheat meal once every week, sometimes even a whole cheat day when I feel like my strength loss was too much for that week. You would have to be on low carb diet for it to be beneficial tho (but still try and keep protein count high for the cheat meal)
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Old 06-08-2010, 09:24 PM
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That brings me to my next question, how often should I be weighing in? I mean I don't want to do it daily, but is weekly enough? Bi-weekly? I am not sure.
I would recommend doing the weigh in every day and then getting an average for the week. I don't know about you, but my weight can easily vary 4-5 pounds on successive days. The weekly average gives you a more accurate representation.
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Old 06-09-2010, 12:27 AM
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I'd weigh myself first thing in the morning everyday straight after the morning pee. I dont expect to see a decrease in weight everyday and I rarely do. I'll be roughly the same weight for about 5 or 6 days then i'll see a drop of a few pounds, same when bulking. Just be consistent.

Reason I'd recommend doing it daily is too make sure your not dropping too much weight too quick cos chances are a fair bit of it might be muscle as well as fat.
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