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post #4546 of 57458
"addictive artificial flavors" lol
post #4547 of 57458
i just... i just don't want to look like him or sound
post #4548 of 57458
Vids def go to show that buffness can't buy swaggggg
post #4549 of 57458
Yea he sounds goofy as all hell. For someone born in 1961 he looks damn fit.
post #4550 of 57458
Just some random thoughts about my own weight loss.
I began changing my lifestyle about seven months ago in order to become more healthy. At the time I weighed 225.06 Lbs, but I had never really considered myself fat. Anyway, since then I've gone down to around 176 Lbs and I'm managing to maintain the weight, but I don't think I'll be able to lose much more. At the moment I do cardio 5-6 times a week in periods of 40-50 minutes at a time.

I've started thinking about exchanging a few cardio sessions a week in benefit of going to the gym. My main problem at the moment is that I have a slight muffin top that I just can't seem to get rid of the way I'm training at the moment, so I guess that going to the gym is my best choice.

Has anyone else found themselves in a similar situation? Being healthy after a lifetime of eating like a pig is hard.
post #4551 of 57458
Originally Posted by gort View Post
Yea he sounds goofy as all hell. For someone born in 1961 he looks damn fit.
word. he's got a weird look/voice/stupid hats, but the dude's 50 years old and supposedly all natural. can't hate on that. plus, he has a lot of informative videos and information on his website.
post #4552 of 57458
I have seen a few of his videos, IMO, he's more accurate than most of youtube posters.
post #4553 of 57458
- Bag of chocolate pretzels
- Four slices of turtle cheesecake
- 6 oz. container of chocolate mint ice cream
- Nachos (half a bag of tortilla cheese, several handfuls of shredded cheese and a can of chili)

And the usual deep-dish pizza later with some dessert.

I woke up unusually early this morning, so I did some fasted cardio at the gym at like 8 a.m., which meant I had bought and consumed the first three items on that list by noon.
post #4554 of 57458
Damn all you with the ice cream talk, had to hit Cold Stone Creamery- "I love it" sized chocolate ice cream with, coconut, pecans, and cherries mixed in, yum.
post #4555 of 57458
That's what I eat during my off days. All major food groups in one big ass serving. I wish Ben&Jerry's was a bit cheaper though. Don't like Cold Stone that much, tastes too fatty.
post #4556 of 57458
That's exactly what I like about it, pure cream and sugar
post #4557 of 57458
Sugar does taste good. Can't do heavy cream, slight lactose intolerant.
post #4558 of 57458
Same here- but hard cheeses, and cream have almost no lactose. Milk based products blow me up like a balloon.
post #4559 of 57458
Are u Azn?
post #4560 of 57458
Nope, but by some estimates 2/3 of the people on earth have some form of lactose intolerance.
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