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post #26521 of 47739
All without a pump:
Arms: 16"
Chest: 42"
Waist: 32"
Mid-thigh: 25"
Calves: 16"
post #26522 of 47739
How do you deal with hunger when you cut?

And what's your diet look like?
post #26523 of 47739
Today:

Push press 3x5
DB bench 3x8
Pendlay 4x5
Pullups 3x15
1 arm t-bar 2x10

Holy lat burrrrrrrrrrrrn.

Finally see how a strict pendlay activates the lats, and the whole back, so much more.
post #26524 of 47739
Thread Starter 
Yeah I love the lat burn. Learning how to activate my lats was the hardest of all my muscle groups.

In other news, I'm seeing a physiotherapist next Wednesday. Hopefully my hip problems don't require surgery, I want to be able to back squat again sooner than later.
post #26525 of 47739
although bodybuilding is slightly below sociology in things that interest me i have to say

TK you're looking lean as shit for 10 wks out.
post #26526 of 47739
TK, more traps?
post #26527 of 47739
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

How do you deal with hunger when you cut?

And what's your diet look like?

Honestly I don't have too many issues with hunger at this point. MUCH worse is the, um, other effects of cutting(libido, stamina). Diet is nothing special...700 cal deficit with 200g of protein, don't track fat or carbs but get a good amount of both.
post #26528 of 47739
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Originally Posted by db_ggmm View Post

TK, more traps?

It's the angle I took the pictures at...they're pretty much balanced with the rest of my physique. I'll post a pic when I get home tonight.
post #26529 of 47739
Looking good TKJTG!

My girlfriend measured me for fun last weekend because she said I look thicker - I think her way of saying I look plump -__-

Anyways.. christ.. 46.5" chest and 34" waist.

I guess the days of 30.5" waist are long gone hahaha icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #26530 of 47739
When you measure chest do you go around or under the shoulder blades? I have something like a 42" chest but that is over the shoulder blades/lats.

And lat activation is all in lifting with the elbows. When I do rows I act like the weight is attached to my elbow. Gots da wings to prove it lol.
post #26531 of 47739
I can get dirty at work, so I wear shirts that I don't really care about too much. Mostly older t-shirts. Nothing SF worthy, of course, aside from my APC's. Anyways, went to put a shirt on today and noticed it was sort of small. Then realized all my old tees are getting small on me. feelsgoodman icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Can't wait to hit the gym tonight. I'm finally getting to where I'm really excited to go again. Just wish squart day would come sooner.
post #26532 of 47739
O and @jarude we didnt forget. We need that essay bruh.
post #26533 of 47739
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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post

When you measure chest do you go around or under the shoulder blades? I have something like a 42" chest but that is over the shoulder blades/lats..

Yea, right under my armpits, relaxed - how bodybuilders do it.

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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post

O and @jarude we didnt forget. We need that essay bruh.

Seriously, I want to look like I can sort of survive if I were tossed into the deep end of the pool this summer.
post #26534 of 47739
Yep what Charly said ^
post #26535 of 47739
none of you people can swim?

Charly - welcome to the 46" chest club.
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