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  • UgahewesUgahewes Posts: 5,322 Admiral
    dang Rhett, hate to hear it and a Div will cause huge stress TRUST ME
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
  • BigfootBigfoot Posts: 9,382 Admiral
    Rhett,

    sorry to hear this - your a good dude, don't let her or anyone else make you think otherwise.

    TRUST!
    Sometimes the nicest people you meet are covered in tattoos & sometimes the most judgmental people you meet go to church on Sundays...
  • KnuckleheadKnucklehead Posts: 1,418 Officer
    Dang, i hate that Rhett. They get easier, i think by #4 it'll be like changing shoes
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  • illinoisfishermanillinoisfisherman Posts: 5,389 Admiral
    Dang, i hate that Rhett. They get easier, i think by #4 it'll be like changing shoes

    That's scary Frank.........
  • manleymanley Posts: 887 Officer
    Rhett,
    I had wondered, just based on some of the things I've seen. Hang in there brother, you are in my prayers!
    Scott
  • KnuckleheadKnucklehead Posts: 1,418 Officer
    That's scary Frank.........
    that was a joke... 2x and holding...

    btw, i'm 20 lbs down, 194 pretty lean right now, can see abs pretty good, took the time off from weights due to tendonitis in shoulders to tighten diet down, and hit the bike. Plan on getting down to 185 then hitting the iron and upping the clean cals to start packing on muscle, want to put on 10 lbs lean muscle in 6 months.
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  • illinoisfishermanillinoisfisherman Posts: 5,389 Admiral
    that was a joke... 2x and holding...

    btw, i'm 20 lbs down, 194 pretty lean right now, can see abs pretty good, took the time off from weights due to tendonitis in shoulders to tighten diet down, and hit the bike. Plan on getting down to 185 then hitting the iron and upping the clean cals to start packing on muscle, want to put on 10 lbs lean muscle in 6 months.

    That isgreat. Glad you are getting in shape. "tendonitis in shoulders" growing older has it's "surprises" dosen't it?
  • MulletMullet Posts: 2,413 Moderator
    that was a joke... 2x and holding...

    btw, i'm 20 lbs down, 194 pretty lean right now, can see abs pretty good, took the time off from weights due to tendonitis in shoulders to tighten diet down, and hit the bike. Plan on getting down to 185 then hitting the iron and upping the clean cals to start packing on muscle, want to put on 10 lbs lean muscle in 6 months.

    I'm kinda over the muscle packing stage in life. I have tightened my diet this week. After running 32 miles it occurred to me that being 15 pounds lighter could be a big asset. I'll still lift but not really gonna dwell on it. I did however get a one rep max on overhead squat yesterday at 265 pounds. I had 275 in me but I saved it for next time.
  • KnuckleheadKnucklehead Posts: 1,418 Officer
    i'm still shooting for 195-200 at 12-14% bf, that's as big as i want to get. I have no desire to run 32 miles.
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  • MulletMullet Posts: 2,413 Moderator
    i'm still shooting for 195-200 at 12-14% bf, that's as big as i want to get. I have no desire to run 32 miles.

    Life's about challenges. That was one marked off. In the fall I'll try a 40 miler. Long term goal is to finish a true Ultra(100 miles) trail run.
  • KnuckleheadKnucklehead Posts: 1,418 Officer
    I have different challenges, mine is to become a Certified Addiction Specialist and continue to spend more and more time helping others beat addiction.
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  • BigfootBigfoot Posts: 9,382 Admiral
    Mullet wrote: »
    I'm kinda over the muscle packing stage in life. I have tightened my diet this week. After running 32 miles it occurred to me that being 15 pounds lighter could be a big asset. I'll still lift but not really gonna dwell on it. I did however get a one rep max on overhead squat yesterday at 265 pounds. I had 275 in me but I saved it for next time.

    losing those pounds will make a huge difference. In saying that, trick is to maintain strength with loss of weight = super close to perfect diet/rest. Hardest thing to do IMHO.

    I will say at 50 years old and 215 lbs I am for sure stronger strength wise than ever before in my life - the result of cleaning up my diet for the most part. I eat good 85% of the time from 50% of the time...and the bad ain't so bad anymore.

    It's freaggin diet.
    Sometimes the nicest people you meet are covered in tattoos & sometimes the most judgmental people you meet go to church on Sundays...
  • MulletMullet Posts: 2,413 Moderator
    Bigfoot wrote: »
    losing those pounds will make a huge difference. In saying that, trick is to maintain strength with loss of weight = super close to perfect diet/rest. Hardest thing to do IMHO.

    My form sucks on my oly lifts. I'm banking on improving form to maintain strength.
  • BigfootBigfoot Posts: 9,382 Admiral
    Mullet wrote: »
    My form sucks on my oly lifts. I'm banking on improving form to maintain strength.

    stretching helps too. daily stretching for 20-30 minutes, but who makes that time??? I'm on it now for two weeks and my speed has increased without trying and golf swing I would say better too. My hams were like piano wire..
    Sometimes the nicest people you meet are covered in tattoos & sometimes the most judgmental people you meet go to church on Sundays...
  • MulletMullet Posts: 2,413 Moderator
    Bigfoot wrote: »
    stretching helps too. daily stretching for 20-30 minutes, but who makes that time???

    Part of my daily routine is stretching. I get an hour a day most days.
  • micci_manmicci_man Somewhere in FLPosts: 14,910 AG
    ferris1248 wrote: »
    A noble goal. Good luck!

    x 2
    Common Sense can't be bought, taught or gifted, yet it is one of the few things in life that is free, and most refuse to even attempt to possess it. - Miguel Cervantes
  • illinoisfishermanillinoisfisherman Posts: 5,389 Admiral
    ferris1248 wrote: »
    A noble goal. Good luck!

    x3
  • BigfootBigfoot Posts: 9,382 Admiral
    Mullet wrote: »
    Part of my daily routine is stretching. I get an hour a day most days.

    That is awesome dedication right there...does CF promote stretching on this level?

    ****Just a heads up if you haven't seen this...

    Crossfit games on the Duece, womenz are off the change in shape - condition, strength and flexiblity levels sure are impressive and INSPIRING! Texted Mullet last night -

    "CF games drug test?" - answer "Yep"

    Insane results naturally IMHO.
    Sometimes the nicest people you meet are covered in tattoos & sometimes the most judgmental people you meet go to church on Sundays...
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