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Old 02-29-2012, 02:02 PM   #61
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Why? Because I dedicated hard work, time, and money onto something and got a good result?
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Old 02-29-2012, 02:19 PM   #62
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Why? Because I dedicated hard work, time, and money onto something and got a good result?
Time? Dude you've worked out for 18 months. Your results are not even close to typical. I'm fuucking with you lol. Consider it a compliment.
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Old 02-29-2012, 02:30 PM   #63
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I actually know a fair amount of troopers around here, and they don't use it.
Your childlike belief in their honesty on the topic is refreshing. Hopefully, by the time you become a cop, you'll have developed a better BS detector.
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Old 03-02-2012, 12:03 AM   #64
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Haven't been able to update this much, midterms and a bunch of hockey games this past week and next week. I had my bf measure two days ago at 173lbs, I was at 7.1%. Down 3% from two weeks ago. I honestly feel a lot weeker, which I shouldn't, I had my worst chest/tri work out in a long time on Monday, I was pretty much shot after bench, I could only put up 225 4 times, usually I can rep it out 10-13. I definitely needed to intake more calories and hit my macros. Busy schedule has taken away my time from that. Over the past week since Monday I have added a lot more calories to my diet and felt really good for my back/bi day yesterday. PR on deadlift (365x5). Hitting legs before work tomorrow, then one more week of this until spring break.
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Old 03-02-2012, 06:47 AM   #65
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Haven't been able to update this much, midterms and a bunch of hockey games this past week and next week. I had my bf measure two days ago at 173lbs, I was at 7.1%. Down 3% from two weeks ago. I honestly feel a lot weeker, which I shouldn't, I had my worst chest/tri work out in a long time on Monday, I was pretty much shot after bench, I could only put up 225 4 times, usually I can rep it out 10-13. I definitely needed to intake more calories and hit my macros. Busy schedule has taken away my time from that. Over the past week since Monday I have added a lot more calories to my diet and felt really good for my back/bi day yesterday. PR on deadlift (365x5). Hitting legs before work tomorrow, then one more week of this until spring break.
Damn well at least there are results, but sucks your lifts went down THAT much.
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Old 03-02-2012, 07:53 AM   #66
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Haven't been able to update this much, midterms and a bunch of hockey games this past week and next week. I had my bf measure two days ago at 173lbs, I was at 7.1%. Down 3% from two weeks ago. I honestly feel a lot weeker, which I shouldn't, I had my worst chest/tri work out in a long time on Monday, I was pretty much shot after bench, I could only put up 225 4 times, usually I can rep it out 10-13. I definitely needed to intake more calories and hit my macros. Busy schedule has taken away my time from that. Over the past week since Monday I have added a lot more calories to my diet and felt really good for my back/bi day yesterday. PR on deadlift (365x5). Hitting legs before work tomorrow, then one more week of this until spring break.
Hockey is an extremely draining sport, I'm jealous you get to play so much... but it will definitely take its toll on your body.
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Old 03-02-2012, 09:47 AM   #67
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Hockey is an extremely draining sport, I'm jealous you get to play so much... but it will definitely take its toll on your body.
Hockey is also Fkn expensive. With the 3 teams I play on $800 per season. 2 spring teams @ $300 each. That's 3k a year not to mention skate sharpenings, sticks and other random gear.
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Old 03-02-2012, 02:13 PM   #68
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Damn well at least there are results, but sucks your lifts went down THAT much.
Yea, I just needed to get in more calories. My strength has already come back now that I've been eating a lot more. Strength shouldn't go down that much when you cut, my buddy who I trained with when I lived in Minnesota was still repping 405 2 weeks before competition, although he is a freak.
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Hockey is an extremely draining sport, I'm jealous you get to play so much... but it will definitely take its toll on your body.
It is, sometimes I forget how much more I need to eat when I play.

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Hockey is also Fkn expensive. With the 3 teams I play on $800 per season. 2 spring teams @ $300 each. That's 3k a year not to mention skate sharpenings, sticks and other random gear.
True, I play goalie so equipment is rediculous, luckily I still have a bunch of equipment and sticks I got for free when I was playing junior a's and I play for free since people need goalies all the time. I really want to get back into playing high level again.
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Old 03-21-2012, 05:31 AM   #69
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Whats this points system all about?
fitocracy.com

it's like a social network site to log all your workouts, get points, gain achievements etc
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Old 04-26-2012, 01:28 AM   #71
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Haven't been able to keep up with my logs for my workouts and nutrition due to a lot of school work, work, and coaching/playing/watching hockey, but I am staying on top of it. I am sitting at 183 right now, ran a 10k last friday out of a random decision. I did it in 47:23. Ok for not training for long distance running!
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Haven't been able to keep up with my logs for my workouts and nutrition due to a lot of school work, work, and coaching/playing/watching hockey, but I am staying on top of it. I am sitting at 183 right now, ran a 10k last friday out of a random decision. I did it in 47:23. Ok for not training for long distance running!
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that's a very good time I think.
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Old 04-26-2012, 01:47 PM   #73
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Thanks man, I am happy with it.
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Thanks man, I am happy with it.
I did a 5k at 27:04 just to give you an idea. I stopped for a bit to work out a cramp which pissed me off.
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Old 04-26-2012, 03:53 PM   #75
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Ive never timed my long runs. hmmm, wonder what times i do.
I only worry about time on my short runs, trying to maintain the sub 11 minute 1.5 mile.
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I went out to do a 10k today and had a "code brown" at mile 4.5 an had to have my wife pick me up. Was at 35:00 at 4.5 miles so I think I was just about on the same pace.
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Old 05-09-2012, 01:28 PM   #77
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Is it at all possible to not lose a ton of mass over the course of a month of not working out? I'm having another eye surgery, and I won't be able to lift for a month after. I wasn't able to lift for 7 months last year and lost almost all my gains, it was pretty devastating. Can anyone recommend anything to maintain a good portion of my mass over the next month? Or am I SOL? My diet has been pretty strict and I plan on keeping it that way if that will help me maintain
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Is it at all possible to not lose a ton of mass over the course of a month of not working out? I'm having another eye surgery, and I won't be able to lift for a month after. I wasn't able to lift for 7 months last year and lost almost all my gains, it was pretty devastating. Can anyone recommend anything to maintain a good portion of my mass over the next month? Or am I SOL? My diet has been pretty strict and I plan on keeping it that way if that will help me maintain
Your best option is to keep protein and fat high and carbs low. Supplement heavily with BCAAs as well. This will help minimize losses, but you will lose some.
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Is it at all possible to not lose a ton of mass over the course of a month of not working out? I'm having another eye surgery, and I won't be able to lift for a month after. I wasn't able to lift for 7 months last year and lost almost all my gains, it was pretty devastating. Can anyone recommend anything to maintain a good portion of my mass over the next month? Or am I SOL? My diet has been pretty strict and I plan on keeping it that way if that will help me maintain
I'd imagine if you keep your protein up. Can do you anything? Like push ups and pull ups?
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Unfortunately I can't even lift anything more than a milk jug for a month, I will be able to ease into push-ups and all that week by week. Thanks for the advice guys, I'll try that out and see how things go, I'm expecting to lose mass, but I want to try to minimize it. I'm just thankful its only for a month.
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