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post #29896 of 57256
yeah even if he cuts down to fairly dyel he'll be ottermode for summer and bulk over winter.

plus he'll have the experience in cutting.
post #29897 of 57256
morning squat sesh, 8 hours in the pool, then an hour and a half on the ice playing hockey. holy shit am i ever hungry.

swimming is brutal, but im glad i put some time into cutting down beforehand. now my issue is not eating everything in sight; the hunger it causes and the effect it has on my recovery makes me eat like a machine. went from eating ~1500-1800 a day to 2800+ and am down 1lb.

on one hand, i'm loving the fact that i can eat whatever and enjoy strength gains while staying reasonably lean. at the same time, i could run a deficit at the cost of my sanity and gainzz and get shredded real fast, putting myself in a better situation to bulk from later.
post #29898 of 57256
Best mid set motivation: Overhearing a group of dudes say "F... that dude squats low"
post #29899 of 57256
You need to zone out more brah.
post #29900 of 57256
Anyone else enjoy a dark cup of coffee as pre-workout? The caffeine seems to be just enough stim to give me a boost during workout.

Eat jarude. You looking smaller than I expected peepwall[1].gif
post #29901 of 57256
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Going on vacation, will be scuba diving in Bohol, Philippines for a week and then to Bangkok for a few days. The tan will be good but the gainzzzz man the gainz.
post #29902 of 57256
Khay, though i think it would be better for you to add some more muscle before cutting from an aesthetic point of view I agree with Hendrix; stick to the plan.
Experiencing the cut and seeing how you 'end up' will be a good experience from which you will be able te derive future plans.
post #29903 of 57256
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Originally Posted by Towers View Post

How tall are you? If not manlet sized stop cutting.

I'm 5'7".
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Originally Posted by APK View Post

I'm not usually one of those "don't cut, brah" dudes, but as I mentioned, once he gets back down to his target weight, he's going to look pretty similar to how he did a year ago. I don't know what his goals are, but unless the only objective is to increase his lifts, it seems like he sort of spun his wheels for a year from a diet/body comp standpoint.

I know that my arms and shoulders are noticeably bigger simply by the fit of my clothes. I don't think the photos reflect that as much as in real life. Unfortunately I don't have any legit progress photos from last July.
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

nah look if it's sticking to his original plan then it's good for the sake of consistency and experience that he cuts.

If it turns out that he hasn't put on as much muscle as he would have liked, then he'll know to modify for that with his next cycle.

Stick with the plan.

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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post

yeah even if he cuts down to fairly dyel he'll be ottermode for summer and bulk over winter.

plus he'll have the experience in cutting.

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Originally Posted by Crat View Post

Khay, though i think it would be better for you to add some more muscle before cutting from an aesthetic point of view I agree with Hendrix; stick to the plan.
Experiencing the cut and seeing how you 'end up' will be a good experience from which you will be able te derive future plans.

Well I did a really dirty bulk which basically meant eating whatever as long as I was getting enough protein. After I finish this cut I'm going to take a more methodical approach which should see much better gains. I also was not consistent enough with my lifting due to letting life events get in the way which was a significant factor.

Though as I said before I think I'll look pretty different at 158 than I did back then. When I first lost 30 lbs the difference was extreme. If I'm 20 lbs up right now then that is going to be a pretty significant difference from where I'm currently at, more so than where I was in that photo last July. There's no way in hell I'm carrying 20 lbs of fat and looking underneath like I did back then, it just doesn't make sense.

But I got less hate this time than I did last time I cut, so I guess that means I'm moving closer to RHET-approved cuts. foo.gif
post #29904 of 57256
158lbs is close to what some women weigh.
post #29905 of 57256
New gym has a couple of oly bars so less wrist pain when doing cleans.

Should I get a kitchen scale that has that bowl thing or the flat one?
post #29906 of 57256
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

158lbs is close to what some women weigh.

This doesn't even make sense. Try harder next time plz
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Originally Posted by milosh View Post

New gym has a couple of oly bars so less wrist pain when doing cleans.

Should I get a kitchen scale that has that bowl thing or the flat one?

Flat one. You can always put a bowl on top of it if you want.
post #29907 of 57256
Sitting at 185lbs these days. Had originally thought about cutting a bit for the summer. Now after a couple weeks at the beach, I have decided I would rather be big and a little fat than small with abs. Going to go up to 200lbs.
post #29908 of 57256
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

158lbs is close to what some women weigh.

I weigh 158. Nobody's questioned my maleness yet.
post #29909 of 57256
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post


But I got less hate this time than I did last time I cut, so I guess that means I'm moving closer to RHET-approved cuts. foo.gif

You also haven't posted about this cut every day for the last 6 months.

you used to be like gettoasty in reverse.
post #29910 of 57256
That just seems really light for anyone at or over 5'7" that lifts weights. No one here is Joe Morrow.
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