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    To compete or not?

    For those who have competed, what did you get out of the experience? Any regrets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeanutbutterDC View Post
    For those who have competed, what did you get out of the experience? Any regrets?
    The experience.... you begin to really learn your body and its reactions. To see your transformation is incredible.
    It takes a lot of discipline and a ton of mental games. It also consumes a lot of time.
    I am presently a week out from a show. I call it hell week.
    Low carbs, dehydration, caloric deficit... it sucks. But getting all of the support helps tremendously. Getting on stage makes it all worth it.
    I have been competing for 4 years and every year seeing a new version of your body is amazing. I also learn something new each year.
    No regrets but I do foresee that some time in the future this will get old to put your body and mind through this.


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    It’s the hardest and most rewarding thing. Pick a show and start training. It’s amazing to see just how much you can transform your body and mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charger69 View Post
    The experience.... you begin to really learn your body and its reactions. To see your transformation is incredible.
    It takes a lot of discipline and a ton of mental games. It also consumes a lot of time.
    I am presently a week out from a show. I call it hell week...
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    Thanks! And best wishes for your show!

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    As long as life permits itís worth it. But beware it consumes your mind and time. If you do it, be sure to take pictures all the way through, great to look back on for future motivation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BG View Post
    As long as life permits itís worth it. But beware it consumes your mind and time. If you do it, be sure to take pictures all the way through, great to look back on for future motivation.
    Wifey told me.... I want you to stop competing, I want the husband back that I fell in love with.
    I just do not know if I can stop. Seeing the progress over the last 5 years just makes me want to continue.
    I take it to extremes... nothing gets in the way of my training or diet. I will not go out to eat because of all of the crap in the food. Maybe a cheat meal once in a while but definitely not planned weekly. After the next two comps, I have some soul searching to do. The funny thing is, I will never be pro and I will never be Mr O, but I still love the way I can get my body.


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