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    imported_fearfactory Guest

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    I'm thinking I might as well lose some fat. Would really rather focus on getting bigger & stronger, but I lack the resources to eat, sleep, and train for that.

    So...I'm currently 6'2", 32 years old, and 245.5#

    two weeks ago I weight 253.5.

    I turn 33 in the last week of March. we'll see how much I weigh then...
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    1x15x205 squats

    1.7 mile jog
    .3 mile walk

    10 incline situps
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    Be careful! Losing fat is not the same thing as losing weight. Eight pounds in two weeks might include a goodly chunk of hard-earned muscle.

    Remember the tortoise and the hare -- slow but sure wins the day.
    Age: 67 Height: 5'2' Weight: 145 lbs
    Pull Up -- BW+55 March 13, 2011
    Dip -- BW+55 January 30, 2011
    Bench Press -- 150 lbs. March 12, 2009
    Front Squat -- 215 lbs. January 20, 2011
    Back Squat -- 285 lbs. January 30, 2011
    Deadlift -- 345 lbs. January 26, 2011

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    <div>
    (TunnelRat @ Sep. 10 2008,8:29)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">Be careful&#33; Losing fat is not the same thing as losing weight. Eight pounds in two weeks might include a goodly chunk of hard-earned muscle.

    Remember the tortoise and the hare -- slow but sure wins the day.</div>
    I must be that turtle still trying to make it to the finish line&#33;
    The Road to 10% // Many of life&#39;s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up. -Thomas Edison
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    (TunnelRat @ Sep. 10 2008,7:29)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">Eight pounds in two weeks might include a goodly chunk of hard-earned muscle.</div>
    I would agree w/ that.

    245 today. haven&#39;t so much as broken a sweat today, might go for a run after work but will probably go straight to bed.
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    9-12-08
    1.7 mile run
    .3 mile walk
    _
    9-14-08
    1.7 mile run
    .3 mile walk
    Deads (comp against a neighborhood guy while we watched the Chiefs lose today in the garage. put up a 5 gallon keg of apfelwein against a 5 gallon keg of dead guy clone. he conceded after 460.)
    1x1x290
    1x1x340
    1x1x460
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    Excellent Fear&#33; 460 is a nice lift. You&#39;ll soon be back up to 250 after you&#39;ve enjoyed your winnings&#33;
    "Be the best that you can be."

    PR's:
    Deadlift: 215kg (474lb) - pre-hernia!
    Low-bar Back Squat: 190kg (419lb) 16/04/10 @BW ~210lb
    Bench: 130kg (287lb) 01/02/13
    Total: 1,180lb
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    243 today....I don&#39;t know Lol, my cousins will make short work of that. I can&#39;t have them around as much as I&#39;d like w/ my schedule, which is why I haven&#39;t been brewing much lately

    1.7 mile jog (my delineation between a run/jog is over/under 12 mins)
    .3 mile walk

    Squats
    1x15x225

    Bench
    1x15x180

    clutch cable snapped on my bike this AM, looks like I&#39;ll be walking more for a couple days. weather&#39;s good though.
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    1.7 mile run
    .3 mile walk

    broke up and moved concrete for ~ 45 mins
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    <div>
    (fearfactory @ Sep. 14 2008,9:25)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">Deads (comp against a neighborhood guy while we watched the Chiefs lose today in the garage. *put up a 5 gallon keg of apfelwein against a 5 gallon keg of dead guy clone. *he conceded after 460.)
    1x1x290
    1x1x340
    1x1x460</div>
    Very nice&#33;&#33; *

    Wishing you luck on dropping some fat.



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