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elecjet

New York, USA

Just wondering how these guys are doing. They always come in with something good to say. I just want to see how the progress with fat loss is going. ALso what the workouts and diet are like now, if you have the time.

Later
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Danabolism

eleject,

Actually, things are going very well, I am now weighing 189lbs, and the contest is only 6 weeks away. I have decided to cut my calories back to 1600, and fat loss is becoming increasingly visible.

I am running every day for 20 to 35 minutes, except on workout days. As far as training goes, I have been able to conserve strength up to this point, and I am doing a very consolidated routine, split into 4 different workouts.

It is allowing me to still go all out and focus on the group that I am training. I also employ static contractions, and negatives on most exercises.

So, I was hoping to have pictures up, but I can't find the damn transfer wire for my camera. I'll have to post them up later, perhaps a couple weeks out from the show.

I believe I posted pics last year from my first comp, under the thread, First Natural Pics, or something. I can't wait to see the difference between the two because of the way I prepared this year... I'm very excited.

Thanks again,

Dan
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elecjet

New York, USA

thats great so a very consolidated plan is working for you. You must be looking forward to bulk to see how good it is.
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Danabolism

Absolutely. Post-Show, I'll being doing a different routine, but it definitely will be consolidated. How's your training going?
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TigerFighter VS

New Jersey, USA

Danabolism wrote:
eleject,

Actually, things are going very well, I am now weighing 189lbs, and the contest is only 6 weeks away. I have decided to cut my calories back to 1600, and fat loss is becoming increasingly visible.

I am running every day for 20 to 35 minutes, except on workout days. As far as training goes, I have been able to conserve strength up to this point, and I am doing a very consolidated routine, split into 4 different workouts.

It is allowing me to still go all out and focus on the group that I am training. I also employ static contractions, and negatives on most exercises.

So, I was hoping to have pictures up, but I can't find the damn transfer wire for my camera. I'll have to post them up later, perhaps a couple weeks out from the show.

I believe I posted pics last year from my first comp, under the thread, First Natural Pics, or something. I can't wait to see the difference between the two because of the way I prepared this year... I'm very excited.

Thanks again,

Dan


Good luck with the comp Dan. Have you ever posted your full routine? I'd like to see what weights/reps your using as well as exercises.

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elecjet

New York, USA

Danabolism wrote:
Absolutely. Post-Show, I'll being doing a different routine, but it definitely will be consolidated. How's your training going?


Right now good. I am doing a full body with great success.

Heres my routine

ab crunch
squat
chin-up
db bench
db rows
shoulder press
calf raise
reverse crunch

all one set to failure 5 times in two weeks.

So far i have only lost fat my muscle is still all there.
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cmg

Sounds good with the training - the diet is tough though. I remember going through that some years ago. I could always handle the training, I was HIGH VOLUME, but the diet I always hated.

Can you post your routine? Also, what will you change after your contest.

Good luck!!

Ron
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