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8 Ways to Build Maximum Muscle in Minimal Time
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5/20/2014 11:48:49 AM
You had 100 + pounds to lose. The PO did not so can not compare it with yourself. For people who do not have a lot of weight to lose 10 pounds a month is unrealistic. Also consider that the OP wants to go from obese to skinny enough to lose 109 pounds at 5'3 ". If it were that easy everyone would do it. 109 would also be made very little lbm which is not a good idea to begin with. http://magrodieta.com/
5/20/2014 7:44:19 AM
I agree with what u said about Aaron Clarke, but I also believe you have to raise your legs in style in order to compete with flex! Seriously, Aaron was looking sick ass f ** k! Once those legs come ..... beware Flex .... I just finished watching the Open class and "WOW" what a surprise .. Uncle Cedric McMillan is always a problem nailing his conditioning, but not tonight ! Honestly, I think I should s runner behind the big bad wolf! Dennis has a little more size and conditioning a little sharper which is why he still chose. I think that even if Dennis did not nail his conditioning that will definitely Cedric! Unfortunately I know the judges will see it differently and Shawn placed as runner-up, but I personally think that Cedric should s second. http://www.1285muscleadvice.com/
3/3/2014 10:04:44 PM
Excellent tips. Even with great exercises it can still be difficult to stay thin as well. Here's a great supplement to add: http://weightloss-forlife.net
The best tip of all was: skip the exercise machine .. holly glory ! I loved this so much . I am not losing then by skipping the boring machine exercising and attending other classes that I enjoy better . . Thanks !!
A couple days ago I read a Sparks Article on 8 Exercises Never to Do. It mentioned using the leg press machine, and specifically letting the knees come towards the body more than 90 degrees, explaining that this type of exercise is apt to put too much stress on the knee area and ruin your knees.
So I was surprised to see the photo that illustrates this article shows a man doing what we were told not to do!
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