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View Poll Results: Should I compete in 19 weeks.

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  1. #21
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    Excellent! Will do. Will train for the usual 1h15mins and take my BCAA's during the 45mins cardio.

    Does this look like a good plan

    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/huston22.htm?

    Thanks guys all the info very helpful

  2. #22
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    What about Stationary Bike? or swiming?

  3. #23
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    go for it.
    who's HUNGARY!

    I AM NOT A SPONSOR SO DON'T ASK. got it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by natenator View Post
    It's not just the last 6 weeks. If you screw up the first 10 then the last 6 won't really matter
    Yeah totally agree dude.

    Guess I just hear that the last little bit can really mess with your head and trying to logically plan things out would be a little tough.

    All I know is that if I ever give this one a shot, I'm not doing it solo.
    People think it's an obsession. A compulsion. As if there were an irresistible urge to act. It's never been like that. I chose this life. I know what I'm doing. And on any given day I could stop. Today, however isn't that day. And tomorrow won't be either.

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    Best advice I can suggest would be to check out your local show(s) website and see the competitors pics. That should give you a rough idea of the calibre of competition in your area. Then you'll have an idea of where you stand. Honestly, it's more of a personal thing anyway, just do it for you if you have the desire.

  6. #26
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    Cool, I am going to try to find someone to help but could be a tough go. No one around here with that sort of expertise. My Sargents and Master Corporals don't get why I am always to excited to go to the gym and why I am eating all the time.

    Just don't want to be embarrassed. Not expecting to be the overall winner or anything my first time.

  7. #27
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    I took a look at your space, and you look good! Have you just been eating a lot and doing a lot of PT and lifting? For 9 months on base that's good. Especially with the drinking that goes on lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugheser View Post
    Excellent! Will do. Will train for the usual 1h15mins and take my BCAA's during the 45mins cardio.

    Does this look like a good plan

    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/huston22.htm?

    Thanks guys all the info very helpful
    Its cookie cutter aand will probably not work very well for you. A diet is never static nor is cardio. I still dont understand guys eating rice cakes while dieting....why not just dump some Aunt Jamima syrup down your throat...that is rediculous.
    No need for BCAA's during cardio either....
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  9. #29
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    I have been on base for 11 weeks now, watching my diet eating every 3 hours. 7 sometimes 8 meals a day. Always casein of 1 cup of cottage cheese before bed. Light cardio 1.5km runs to warm up. 30 mins of LISS cardio on off day with abs and forearms. So really no day off haha.

    A diet is never static nor is cardio? Meaning that it is constantly changing? Increasing cardio slowly and reducing carbs, and adding more whole foods or do most people count on powders for low calorie protein requirements? I bought 3 tubs of Xtend for morning cardio by recommendation by a guy I met on Bodyspace who just completed his comp and he said this was a staple when doing LISS cardio on empty stomach.

  10. #30
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    Just bumping the thread.

    Anyways I have decided to compete and am 10 weeks out. If anyone here can give me an assessment. That would be great, this pic is 2 week old and am down 7 more pounds from then. Going to post new ones tomorrow. Contest is 10 weeks from today!

    http://bodyspace.bodybuilding.com/huebillionaire/


 
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