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    180 pounds at around 10%

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    Not bulking or cutting, just running low test and 600 EQ along with 4-6 iu GH
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    Looking awesome.
    What's ur training looking like and nutrition. Also how tall are you?
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    Looking good Pete. Got wheels?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tice1212 View Post
    Looking awesome.
    What's ur training looking like and nutrition. Also how tall are you?
    5'7"
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    off
    arms
    legs
    off
    repeat

    Nutrition is low carbs most of the week at around 130g and below and then Saturdays I go high carb at around 300g and add in one big cheat meal. On low carb days I consume the carbs around my workout time and the rest of the day is protein and healthy fats. So about 300g of protein per day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    Looking good Pete. Got wheels?
    Thanks Brother.. My quads and hamstrings are decent but I can't seem to get my calves to pop. I'm probably just gonna hit them every day from now on. Lol, I'm 37 now so I probably should have been doing that years ago..

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    Looking great man
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bio-Active View Post
    Looking great man
    Thx brother

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    Quote Originally Posted by petegriffinjr View Post
    Thanks Brother.. My quads and hamstrings are decent but I can't seem to get my calves to pop. I'm probably just gonna hit them every day from now on. Lol, I'm 37 now so I probably should have been doing that years ago..

    You have plenty of time. Prioritize them and train the FIRST every time. Just plain force them to grow.
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    180 pounds at around 10%-faceblockedphoto.png

    Here's me about a year ago when I was bulking the like an idiot and got chubby, and the pic on the left is a few months ago. It took me a while to learn that it doesn't matter how hard u train or what u take, if your diet sucks, you're gonna suck lol..
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    180 pounds at around 10%-img_0484.jpg

    Before I start a test run with DNP ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by petegriffinjr View Post
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    Here's me about a year ago when I was bulking the like an idiot and got chubby, and the pic on the left is a few months ago. It took me a while to learn that it doesn't matter how hard u train or what u take, if your diet sucks, you're gonna suck lol..
    You are right man.. I remember when I was at the leanest stage weighing 165 pounds (from 194) I lost the control and started to binge eat every day and I couldn't stop man... screwed up everything and now im fat again

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    Quote Originally Posted by petegriffinjr View Post
    5'7"
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    legs
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    Nutrition is low carbs most of the week at around 130g and below and then Saturdays I go high carb at around 300g and add in one big cheat meal. On low carb days I consume the carbs around my workout time and the rest of the day is protein and healthy fats. So about 300g of protein per day.
    How can you stay focused with only 130g carbs and below? Don't you get dizzy? tired? fatigue? low energy? Can you lift more weights with such a small amount of carbs? What about food cravings? don't you get them? I don't know how you get along with the nutrition but the reason im asking is because I had all those symptoms when I was eating 110g carbs a day

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    Quote Originally Posted by godfather666 View Post
    How can you stay focused with only 130g carbs and below? Don't you get dizzy? tired? fatigue? low energy? Can you lift more weights with such a small amount of carbs? What about food cravings? don't you get them? I don't know how you get along with the nutrition but the reason im asking is because I had all those symptoms when I was eating 110g carbs a day
    The first week or so of low carb sucked but by body started to adjust to it and now it's just part of what I do. As long as I keep my carb intake around my workout times I don't get fatigued during my workouts. I definitely get food cravings but I know that I'll be able to reward myself on Saturday so that usually does the trick.

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    Thats a sick fuckin physique man. Well done. Very thick, full, and hella lean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by petegriffinjr View Post
    The first week or so of low carb sucked but by body started to adjust to it and now it's just part of what I do. As long as I keep my carb intake around my workout times I don't get fatigued during my workouts. I definitely get food cravings but I know that I'll be able to reward myself on Saturday so that usually does the trick.
    Well that's good for you if you can eat your carbs around your workout times.. For me I train in the morning on empty stomach and then after I start eating for the rest of the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuz View Post
    Thats a sick fuckin physique man. Well done. Very thick, full, and hella lean.
    Thx Brotha but I should say the same for u.. Small waist and huge upper body! Good job man..
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    Quote Originally Posted by godfather666 View Post
    Well that's good for you if you can eat your carbs around your workout times.. For me I train in the morning on empty stomach and then after I start eating for the rest of the day.
    I'd love to be able to train fasted but I do so much volume these days I'd have to tap halfway through lol..

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    Thanks bro curious as to how many fat grams and what forms. Im guessing below 80g and fishoil, whole eggs, nuts, pb if you dont mind sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuz View Post
    Thanks bro curious as to how many fat grams and what forms. Im guessing below 80g and fishoil, whole eggs, nuts, pb if you dont mind sharing
    Yeah usually under 80g and its made up of eggs with the most Omega -3s, I use macadamia nut oil and olive oil to cook my meat with and also occasionally put a bit in my protein shakes. Almonds (I'm careful with nuts though due to the high calories) and almond butter. And of course on my cheat day I take in a decent amount of saturated fats.

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    keep up the good work. always nice to see dedication and hard work paying off. most think you have some kind of secret. Yeah, the secret is hard work and eating right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gearbox View Post
    keep up the good work. always nice to see dedication and hard work paying off. most think you have some kind of secret. Yeah, the secret is hard work and eating right.
    Amen Brotha.. It's tough when my girl is sitting in front of me eating a burger or some good Mexican food and I'm sitting staring at her with a damn salad lol but gotta make the sacrifices..

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    Quote Originally Posted by petegriffinjr View Post

    The first week or so of low carb sucked but by body started to adjust to it and now it's just part of what I do. As long as I keep my carb intake around my workout times I don't get fatigued during my workouts. I definitely get food cravings but I know that I'll be able to reward myself on Saturday so that usually does the trick.
    So you take all 130 grams of your carpet split pre and post-workout?

    Can you outline one day for me in regards to when you consume carbs and when your gym session is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Couchlockd View Post
    So you take all 130 grams of your carpet split pre and post-workout?

    Can you outline one day for me in regards to when you consume carbs and when your gym session is?
    As soon as I wake up I make my egg whites and make pancakes out of 2 scoops of Rich Piana's real food which is about 40g of carbs. I then wait about 2 hours to go lift and once my workout is finished I'll drink my post workout shake which has protein and about 40-50g of waxy maize carbs. I then wait about 60-90 minutes t have my post workout meal which lately has been another 2 scoops of the "real food" along with a whole egg and egg whites. After those meals the rest of my day consists of eating chicken/steak salads, lean ground beef etc. I also buy Carb Master tortillas from Smiths to make the occasional burrito. They only contain 4g of net carb per tortilla.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petegriffinjr View Post
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    Before I start a test run with DNP..
    Please think about what you're doing before starting dnp

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollowedzeus View Post
    Please think about what you're doing before starting dnp
    Got the DNP sitting around for now. In no hurry to try it out..

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    Quote Originally Posted by petegriffinjr View Post

    Got the DNP sitting around for now. In no hurry to try it out..
    Dude.

    Flush that shit down the drain.

    You will die a quick and hot death

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    Quote Originally Posted by Couchlockd View Post
    Dude.

    Flush that shit down the drain.

    You will die a quick and hot death
    I've got a few buddies who compete and use it the correct way. It's effective if you use it short term at 200-400mg per day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petegriffinjr View Post

    I've got a few buddies who compete and use it the correct way. It's effective if you use it short term at 200-400mg per day.
    You need to read, what one person tolerates the same dose can kill the next person

    Its highly reckless

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour...2tpHFrTcuS5B9Q

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    Also even those who advocate dnp use use the term 'poke holes in the mitochondria'. I don't know about you but I want to keep my energy centres hole free....
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    Im 5'7 as well. Your physique is pretty damn good,
    how long overall have you been working out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wellshii View Post
    Im 5'7 as well. Your physique is pretty damn good,
    how long overall have you been working out?
    On and off for about 15 years but only recently have I started doing different things with my diet. Started gear about 2 years ago.

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    180 pounds at around 10%-img_0878.jpg
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    Looking real good bro!
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    Quote Originally Posted by songdog View Post
    Looking real good bro!
    Thx Brotha

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    Looking great!
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    180 pounds at around 10%-img_0113.jpg

    Random pic from the other day
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    I tried dnp and liked it. Not such a big thingy, a littlebit of overheating in the body. ��
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    Quote Originally Posted by hollowedzeus View Post
    Also even those who advocate dnp use use the term 'poke holes in the mitochondria'. I don't know about you but I want to keep my energy centres hole free....
    I found this comment both hilarious and disturbing.
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