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Posted on Fri, 6 Jan 2012, 1:10pm

Well everyone,

This is what I have, who knows where I will get to...

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Posted on Fri, 6 Jan 2012, 1:15pm

Now that's natural :pfft:
What have you got planned to do between now and the end of 2012
...and how long did it take for you to get up the courage to post? srs question

It's only my opinion, not the only truth

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Posted on Fri, 6 Jan 2012, 1:19pm

A bit of cardio, good nutrition with plenty of healthy food and a decent weight training routine and you will pack muscle on that frame and lose fat in no time.

Just stick to it and work hard and you will see great results. Good luck <img src=" title="Smile" />

Also don't say things like "who knows where I will get to". Positive thinking and a clear idea of where you want to get to will help you create the will to do what you need to do!

"Think of it like fish and chips, its great to have tomato sauce but with out the fish and chips....well your just eating sauce. Do you sometimes go to the f&c shop and murder a few rip top watties and expect to get full?"

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Posted on Fri, 6 Jan 2012, 2:08pm
Android wrote:

Now that's natural :pfft:
What have you got planned to do between now and the end of 2012
...and how long did it take for you to get up the courage to post? srs question

Took me a while to pluck up the courage to post.

Would like to be at around 90kg with 12-15% bodyfat by the end of the year.

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Posted on Fri, 6 Jan 2012, 4:05pm

Will wait for your progress pictures dude. Just rip into itPardon

Goodluck!

Type at Me Bro.

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Posted on Mon, 9 Jan 2012, 11:16am
tibbam wrote:
Android wrote:

Took me a while to pluck up the courage to post.

Well, good on you for doing it. You'll be pleased you did post Before photos when you've got some Afters to compare them to in a year's time. I look forward to seeing them!

Sing out if you need any help. :nod:

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Posted on Mon, 9 Jan 2012, 9:48pm

Some wise person once said to me "you can't train away bad nutrition", first thing to do is sort out how you are going to eat your 5-6 meals per day, time frames between each meal etc. Get it all committed to paper and it will make your progress speedier. Look forward to hearing how you go. If you need any ideas on nutrition or anything else, don't be afraid to ask, there are plenty of peeps with great ideas on this site.

You can dream of success, or take steps to succeed.

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Posted on Mon, 9 Jan 2012, 10:31pm

repped for posting pics mate ... takes a lot of courage to put yourself out there. Your a blank canvas - get some good nutrition advice and post up a regular journal. You'll reach your goal through consistancy provided your desire is big enough.

Good luck.

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Posted on Tue, 10 Jan 2012, 7:34am
cantygirl wrote:

Some wise person once said to me "you can't train away bad nutrition", first thing to do is sort out how you are going to eat your 5-6 meals per day, time frames between each meal etc. Get it all committed to paper and it will make your progress speedier. Look forward to hearing how you go. If you need any ideas on nutrition or anything else, don't be afraid to ask, there are plenty of peeps with great ideas on this site.

You are so right. Getting back into a training regime was the easy bit. Shifting from 1 meal a day to 5 was not. I must say, however, that I have been eating 5 smaller meals a day for a week now and have noticed a considerable increase in energy levels, I can train harder and longer, and I have lost 2 kg.

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repped for posting pics mate ... takes a lot of courage to put yourself out there. Your a blank canvas - get some good nutrition advice and post up a regular journal. You'll reach your goal through consistancy provided your desire is big enough.

Good luck.

I will be starting a journal of my routing, diet and results with pics ( public accountability and all) shortly.

Thanks all for your advice and support.

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Posted on Tue, 10 Jan 2012, 1:29pm

I can relate to that. I shifted from 1 meal to 7. Been at it for 2 days now and feel like I'm going to explode.

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Posted on Tue, 24 Jan 2012, 8:44pm

Updated Pics from end of week 4.

Routine working well, still trying to get the diet right

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