Thread: Accident Recovery
07-22-2004, 10:22 AM #1
I'm new to the site, and so far I LOVE all the cool information! Snaps to the informative members on here.
My problem and solution lies within me- this I know. But sometimes encouragement and support from others is crucial for transformation.
I was involved in a major car accident last fall, which rendered me helpless- as far as fitness was concerned. Two years prior to the accident I had ballooned to a whopping 310 due to my out of control eating and inactive office job. After much building and proper nutrition, I acheved my short term goal of 200 pounds, and well on my way to my long term 175. 200 was great for me! I had dropped many pounds of fat, and began to look like a fellow builder. As we all know, **** happens! I'm now back up to 235, and would love nothing more than to reach my goal of being a fit 175. I hyper-trophy real well, so building back what I had will soon come. Patience blows, by the way! Anyway, I'm working out hard core, and eating what is "right" for me. I'm on the track, but I need some help with everything!!! As you may know- this is hard stuff!
Thank you, in advance, my buff brothers, for your understanding and encouragement. Vegas loves you- Christian
P.S. The pic with my girl is a few months after the accident, and the other is current- about 30 pounds difference.
07-22-2004, 11:12 AM #2
Sorry to hear about your accident bro. This is a fantastic board with a lot of experienced and intelligent guys (and girls). Good luck with your recovery and your cutting. Stick around and you'll achieve your goals for sure. welcome to AR
07-22-2004, 11:26 AM #3Originally Posted by doctorcc
07-22-2004, 12:20 PM #4
How tall are you? Check the cutting sticky, then we'll help you get on your way to losing those extra pounds
07-22-2004, 02:54 PM #5
welcome bro!! learn that cutting sticky and you will be 175 in no time
07-22-2004, 03:43 PM #6
First, thanks for the tip on the cutting sticky. I've read through it, and thought it was great! I commended Rambo for the time spent on the thread! What a guy! I will make sure and pass the info on... meanwhile, I'll be looking for more informative threads like this.
Thanks again! -Christian
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