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MrBob

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Great job getting to where you are now!Consistency and persistance will pay off,keep up the good work.I agree with TripleOT.Get with a doctor for blood work,test and estrogen levels.Establish where you are now.Work with doc to optimize hormones before adding in anything extra on your own.I know lots of guys who screwed their future progress by adding various substances without a baseline.You are making good progress.You can do it,KEEP IT UP!
 

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Great job getting to where you are now!Consistency and persistance will pay off,keep up the good work.I agree with TripleOT.Get with a doctor for blood work,test and estrogen levels.Establish where you are now.Work with doc to optimize hormones before adding in anything extra on your own.I know lots of guys who screwed their future progress by adding various substances without a baseline.You are making good progress.You can do it,KEEP IT UP!


Nice work brother!

I think MrBob above gave sound advice. I would add learn as much as you can about training, nutrition and gear before taking the plunge.

Keep up the good work!
 

SCMuscleFanatic

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@MrBob and @dj I appreciate the sound advice from both of you. I am postponing the idea of gear due to the whole quarantine situation. However, I am working on better eating habits and found a nutritionist to help me. As for my workouts, it is off and on trying to do my best not to lose what I gained and not gain and make it into a loss. Here are the most recent updated pics. Any critique is always appreciated. IMG_5433.JPG IMG_5434.JPG IMG_5435.JPG
 

SCMuscleFanatic

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It's been a while since I have updated due to the pandemic. Unfortunately I didn't go to the gym and although I did my best to walk and workout at home, my routine and bad habits came back (stress eating being the big one). I went from 155 lbs to 180 lbs.

However as the situation became better, I went back to my gym and now have a personal trainer who has experience in bodybuilding/physique competition and placed 3rd in his division.

My goal is to get onto the stage one year from now. In October I started with the weight of 176 lbs. with 25.9% bf and currently 170 lbs. with 24.9%. I will have pictures and more updates in December.
 

Matsuo Munefusa

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Everyone has those times. Just get back on the wagon and work hard and you'll get to where you want to be. Good luck and best wishes.
Thats not true at all. Not everybody collapses their effort after less than a year trying and falls back into bad habits. I’ve been training for various sports my entire life and I’ve never let myself go. I fucking love training. I am 9 days post operation for multiple anchors in my rotator cuff and I’m already doing single arm training on my unrepaired side, leg press, 60 min daily cardio while still needing to simultaneously ice repaired shoulder.

It is what it is. Some people will never achieve their goals. I wish the OP well on his journey but pandering to his failure is not helping him.
 

T. Johnson

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Thats not true at all. Not everybody collapses their effort after less than a year trying and falls back into bad habits. I’ve been training for various sports my entire life and I’ve never let myself go. I fucking love training. I am 9 days post operation for multiple anchors in my rotator cuff and I’m already doing single arm training on my unrepaired side, leg press, 60 min daily cardio while still needing to simultaneously ice repaired shoulder.

It is what it is. Some people will never achieve their goals. I wish the OP well on his journey but pandering to his failure is not helping him.
You are correct, it was pandering and I should have just told him to man up and get shit done. There is no excuse as you stated. I work rotating 12hr shifts and bought me an olympic weight set for my control room and walk 2 miles a day while I'm at work. No excuses. Thanks for reminding me that some people just need a kick in the ass to get going and some people will never get going. Best wishes and have a good day.
 

hulkboy

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Everyone has those times. Just get back on the wagon and work hard and you'll get to where you want to be. Good luck and best wishes.
Agreed, this goes with everything in life.
Thats not true at all. Not everybody collapses their effort after less than a year trying and falls back into bad habits. I’ve been training for various sports my entire life and I’ve never let myself go. I fucking love training. I am 9 days post operation for multiple anchors in my rotator cuff and I’m already doing single arm training on my unrepaired side, leg press, 60 min daily cardio while still needing to simultaneously ice repaired shoulder.

It is what it is. Some people will never achieve their goals. I wish the OP well on his journey but pandering to his failure is not helping him.
I’m sorry my man, but your speaking as if he’s equally like you, and has been training for sports his whole life.

Some things come natural to folks, some don’t. It’s easy to fall on old habits when deviating from your norm. Hell, more so with all this pandemic crap that happened, and seems to continue to happen. He said he’s a stress eater. The whole past year has been stressful in general. It’s natural for him. I’m a friend of Bill W, so I can relate in that regard. But, that aside, I’ve always been in good shape too. Somehow in the past 5ish years I managed to miss a day here and there, then a week here and there. Now it’s a couple months here and there.. priorities change, challenges arise, shit happens, so I get him!

Fact is, he still weighs less than when he started his endeavor, and he has set another goal he’d like to achieve. Kudos to him for planning it out. Now he’s just gotta try and stick to it again!
 

buck

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I find most people don't like training that is why most don't do it. It is the weird people that like pushing themselves, feeling pain and discomfort and possible injury. I am one of those. Most people just want the results. I would train even if i didn't get results, and some times i haven't. Just keep trying.
 

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