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    Beginning cutting pics.......please critique

    Here a few pics take two days ago. I'm a natural bodybuilder and need to cut for a show thats in 29 weeks. Please give me your honest opinion or any other feedback.........thanks everyone









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    symmetry is an issue, but truly it's hard to tell too much because you are such a high bf%. You need lots of help with posing, your abs need work, inner thigh, tear drop, traps, calves and rear delts. something is up with your upper arms, but I think it's definition and posing, size seems to be okay, can't tell about your triceps from the above poses.

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    As T-Body stated, you are really carrying too much bodyfat to get an accurate idea of what needs work. I know that's not what you wanted to hear but drop about 20lbs of bodyfat and you will be able to get a much better idea of what your strong and weak points are.

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    Will post pics every two weeks until the show on October 29th. I appreciate the comments and feedback.

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    cut the fat, keep us posted every day on the diet and workout.

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    Breakfast:
    5 scrambled eggs
    1/2 turkey sausage
    1/2 cup of organic unsweetned milk
    2 peices of whole wheat bread

    Pre-workout meal:
    Maple Brown sugar weight watchers oatmeal
    EAS protein shake (20carbs,20g of protein)

    Post-workout shake:
    2 scoops of whey ON protein
    1 cup of oats
    12oz 2% milk

    Post workout meal:
    3 Baked chicken legs
    1/2 cup of cooked brown rice

    Early evening:
    2 whole wheat wraps
    2 cans of chicken of the sea tuna fish in water
    3 TBSP of Hellman's light mayo
    2 cups of spinach

    Snack:
    Cup of salted peanuts in the shell

    Dinner:
    6oz Turkey breast
    1 cup of green beans (should be broccoli)

    Supplements:
    3 fish oil 1000mg
    3 flaxseed oil 1000mg
    2 (3 caps) Green tea extract
    Animal pak
    ZMA (45 minutes before bed)
    2 pills B12 vitamin

    Also, 1 hour and 50 minutes at the gym. Working quads, calves and hamstrings.....also shoulder and traps. Will post entire excercise routine. Have to sleep. Gotta wake up at 440am. All comment welcomed. Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddhabody View Post
    Breakfast:
    5 scrambled eggs 5 yokes as well? If so I would leave 1-2 but not 5. Would also toss veggies in here, some leafy spinach in the eggs maybe.
    1/2 turkey sausageHow many grams of protein and fat here?
    1/2 cup of organic unsweetned milkNot a fan, water all the way, mix in some crystal light if you need some flavor.
    2 peices of whole wheat breadHow about 3/4-1 cup oatmeal instead

    Pre-workout meal:
    Maple Brown sugar weight watchers oatmealHow many carbs/sugars in this?
    EAS protein shake (20carbs,20g of protein)

    Post-workout shake:
    2 scoops of whey ON protein
    1 cup of oats
    12oz 2% milkWater, not milk here.

    Post workout meal:
    3 Baked chicken legsI would switch to breast.
    1/2 cup of cooked brown riceVeggies here as well.

    Early evening:
    2 whole wheat wraps
    2 cans of chicken of the sea tuna fish in water
    3 TBSP of Hellman's light mayo
    2 cups of spinach

    Snack:
    Cup of salted peanuts in the shell

    Dinner:
    6oz Turkey breast
    1 cup of green beans (should be broccoli)

    Supplements:
    3 fish oil 1000mg
    3 flaxseed oil 1000mg
    2 (3 caps) Green tea extract
    Animal pak
    ZMA (45 minutes before bed)
    2 pills B12 vitamin

    Also, 1 hour and 50 minutes at the gym. Working quads, calves and hamstrings.....also shoulder and traps. Will post entire excercise routine. Have to sleep. Gotta wake up at 440am. All comment welcomed. Thanks again.
    Knowing the times and the total calories for each meal would help quite a bit as well.

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    Did I miss the water intake?

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    I did not post water intake
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    Good deal, take fireguys advice and watch the fat melt off.

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    5 scrambled eggs (830am 580 calories)
    1/2 turkey sausage
    1/2 cup of organic unsweetned milk
    2 peices of whole wheat bread

    Pre-workout meal: (1130am 330 calories)
    Maple Brown sugar weight watchers oatmeal
    EAS protein shake (20carbs,20g of protein)

    Post-workout shake: ( 215pm 723 calories)
    2 scoops of whey ON protein
    1 cup of oats
    12oz 2% milk

    Post workout meal: (3pm 515 calories)
    3 Baked chicken legs
    1/2 cup of cooked brown rice

    Early evening: (530pm and 700pm 525 calories)
    2 whole wheat wraps
    2 cans of chicken of the sea tuna fish in water
    3 TBSP of Hellman's light mayo
    2 cups of spinach

    Snack: (8pm 200 calories)
    Cup of salted peanuts in the shell

    Dinner: (11pm 534 calories)
    6oz Turkey breast
    1 cup of green beans (should be broccoli)

    Total: 128g fat, 193 net carbs, 55g dietary fiber, 41g of sugar 328g of protein. With excercise I came in at 673 calories under daily goal which is set at 3000. Let me state that I work as a part-time bus driver for the city transit authority and that day was a split run, meaning I worked for a couple hours in the morning 9am til 11am and then came back from 330pm til 9pm. Sometimes its hard to eat on a schedule. Let me know what you guys think. All comments welcomed. Thanks again.

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    Breakfast:
    5 scrambled eggs 5 yokes as well? If so I would leave 1-2 but not 5. Would also toss veggies in here, some leafy spinach in the eggs maybe. (Is there a problem with 5 yokes?) (Also, the spinach is a good idea, I can't believe how much I like raw spinach it adds alot of flavor to meals)
    1/2 turkey sausageHow many grams of protein and fat here?( 4g of protein not sure about fat content, I don't have the label in front of me)
    1/2 cup of organic unsweetned milkNot a fan, water all the way, mix in some crystal light if you need some flavor. ( I drink water with breakfast but mix the soy milk with the eggs to give it some flavor and also it only contains two carbs and a couple g of protein)
    2 peices of whole wheat breadHow about 3/4-1 cup oatmeal instead( Good idea, I will begin to mix it up)

    Pre-workout meal:
    Maple Brown sugar weight watchers oatmealHow many carbs/sugars in this?(29 carbs and 4g of sugar)
    EAS protein shake (20carbs,20g of protein)

    Post-workout shake:
    2 scoops of whey ON protein
    1 cup of oats
    12oz 2% milkWater, not milk here. (Interesting idea, why not milk. I have to say protein mix with water is gross to me, now later in my cutting and closer to the show I will do so, but not right now)

    Post workout meal:
    3 Baked chicken legsI would switch to breast(I switch it up as you'll see in coming posts, I like boneless breasts).
    1/2 cup of cooked brown riceVeggies here as well. (yes, veggies there is a great idea)

    Thanks for the info.

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    Will post new pics tonight. I've lost between 6.5-10lbs in the last two weeks and my waistline is down from 36 1/2 to 35in.

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    Thanks alot, I owe a great deal to all you guys on here for helping me really began to understand the importance of diet. I'm uploading pics right now to photobucket, should have them posted in the next 20mins.

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    Please keep in mind I just did 2 1/2 hours at the gym and had a PWO shake before taking these pics




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    Could be lighting, but abs are definitely more visible than in the previous set of pics. Water loss is apparent too. Keep going, you'll look great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbrice75 View Post
    Could be lighting, but abs are definitely more visible than in the previous set of pics. Water loss is apparent too. Keep going, you'll look great!
    Absolutely, you have got to feel good about the progress.

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    Looks like you ate underway and doing good. FG's advice has/will really help you as it cuts out a lot of sugar and gives you better sources of carbohydrates.
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    Thanks alot everyone, I'll post pics in another two weeks. I also will try to put on my workouts and another diet sample. Thanks again

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    Sample diet: I work a 4 day-overnight stretch . I try to only get carbs from vegetables overnight, at most a half cup of brown rice if I so feel the need.

    1 1/2 of Peanuts (1am) 301 cal

    8oz of Baked salmon (4am) 310 cal
    1 cup of steamed broccoli 44 cal

    5 scrambled eggs (730am) 350 cal
    1/2 cup of soy milk 40 cal
    1/2 Turkey Polish sausage 55 cals

    5 Hours of sleep

    1pm 50minutes of Fasted Cardio treadmill 6.5% incline at speed of 3.5 HR 123-135

    ON 2 scoops whey (210pm) 240 cal
    1 1/2 2% milk 183 cal
    1 cup of oats 300 cal

    Whole wheat wrap (5pm) 110 cal
    1.5 tbsp Light mayo 53 cal
    1/2 cup raw Spinach 3 cal
    5oz of Tuna fish in water 100 cal

    8oz of baked salmon (8pm) 320 cal
    1 cup of steamed broccoli 44 cal

    Whole wheat wrap (11:30pm) 110 cal
    1.5 tbsp light mayo 53 cal
    6oz Baked skinless chicken breast 300 cal
    1/2 cup of raw spinach 3 cal

    Totals : 125g fat, 105g of carbs, 315g protein............carbs are low cause I didn't lift. Let me know what you think.

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    Been kicking ass in the gym and have been on this diet for four weeks, and I started at 238.5lbs and am now 226.5lbs. I have been working out alot, and been consistent with diet only had an issue with a couple of cheat meals. I went too far with some pizza and french fries but I got back on track, this occured last week. When I started my waistline was at 36 1/2 inches and now I'm at 34 inches. Here are a couple pics, I took on Wednesday at the gym, I will take pics tomorrow evening and post. Please keep in my mind that these pics were taken after a two hour tri's/bi's workout.......appreciate any and all feedback






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    You are doing some good work yourself!
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    Thanks bro, I appreciate it...you guys on here keep me motivated and inspired to keep going. So thank you all..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddhabody View Post
    Thanks bro, I appreciate it...you guys on here keep me motivated and inspired to keep going. So thank you all..
    You are welcome....

    PS: I am not a bro! LOL!
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    hahahaha.....I"m a dumba**.....I really didnt look that well.......wow I feel stupid......my apologies....:-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddhabody View Post
    hahahaha.....I"m a dumba**.....I really didnt look that well.......wow I feel stupid......my apologies....:-)
    No problem! LOL! Made me laugh which was worth it!
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    Switch out the mayo for Olive oil mayo, you'll like it much better. It tastes like real mayo

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    Looking good bro, can't wait to see the shirtless pics!

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    I'll try that olive oil mayo............thanks alot for your support Gbrice, I'll have some shirtless pics on this Friday. I'm at 225.6lbs straight out of bed so thats a total of 13lbs. I'm trying to go down to 223 before Friday we'll see though. I'm posting some sample workouts tonight....

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    May 10th workout

    excercise weight/rep

    standing overhead tricep presses

    45lbs/8
    50lbs/6
    55lbs/4
    60lbs/4

    Standing alternate dumbbell curls

    45lbs/8
    50lbs/10
    55lbs/8
    60lbs/8

    Preacher dumbbell curls

    70lbs/12
    90lbs/8
    110lbs/3
    110lbs/2

    Close grip bench press

    185lbs/8
    205lbs/12
    225lbs/6
    235lbs/6
    245lbs/4

    Seated preacher cable curls

    100lbs/15
    120lbs/11
    140lbs/9 1/2
    160lbs/5
    180lbs/2 1/2

    Behind the back dips (bodyweight)
    (reps)
    20
    30
    25
    35

    Standing overhead tricep extensions

    110lbs/8
    120lbs/6
    130lbs/4

    Seated alternate dumbbell curls

    50lbs/7
    60lbs/4
    65lbs/4

    Cable kickbacks

    50lbs/12
    60lbs/12
    80lbs/5
    100lbs/3

    Standing bicep dumbbell twists (Turn wrist in at top of movement)

    35lbs/7
    40lbs/7

    Dips (bodyweight)

    10
    10 1/2
    11
    10

    High cable curls

    70lbs/15
    90lbs/7
    110lbs/3
    90lbs/8

    Tricep V-Bar pushdowns

    150lbs/20
    170lbs/12
    200lbs/9

    Reverse V bar pushdown

    120lbs/15
    140lbs/15
    160lbs/12
    180lbs/7

    Barbell curls (use olympic bar)

    95lbs/10
    105lbs/8
    115lbs/4
    125lbs/3

    37 minutes of fasted cardio was done earlier in the day, cardio not done after bicep/tricep workout

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    May 12th Shoulders/Legs

    Excercise weight/rep

    Leg extensions

    65lbs/50
    110lbs/40
    155lbs/35
    185lbs/25
    230lbs/18
    255lbs/14 1/2

    Bent over cable crossovers

    30lbs/12
    40lbs/7
    50lbs/2
    40lbs/4

    Rear delt machine

    145lbs/20
    175lbs/16
    220lbs/12
    250lbs/6 1/2

    Seated calf press

    495lbs/20 (rest pause) 20
    495lbs/30 (rest pause) 25

    Standing lateral dumbbell raises

    22.5lbs/13
    30lbs/10
    40lbs/6

    Lying leg curls

    75lbs/25
    105lbs/18
    135lbs/10
    170lbs/6

    One leg calf raise

    230lbs/10
    230lbs/20
    250lbs/12
    270lbs/11
    290lbs/12

    Clean and Press

    135lbs/5
    155lbs/5
    175lbs/3

    Smith machine upright row

    70lbs/12
    120lbs/5 (rest pause) 4
    130lbs/5 (rest pause)3

    Front Two Hand cable raises

    60lbs/12 1/2
    707lbs/15
    80lbs/9 1/2
    100lbs/4 1/2

    Hack Squats

    180lbs/13
    270lbs/13
    360lbs/10
    540lbs/8

    One leg seated calf presses

    260lbs/25
    280lbs/25
    300lbs/25
    325lbs/25
    345lbs/20
    385lbs/20
    405lbs/15
    425lbs/10

    Side cable laterals

    50lbs/8
    60lbs/6 (rest pause) 3 1/2
    70lbs/5 (rest pause) 4
    80lbs/6

    Seated dumbbell presses

    70lbs/8 1/2
    75lbs/6
    85lbs/6

    Squat

    275lbs/9
    315lbs/7
    365lbs/4

    Front squat
    135lbs/15

    Behind the back barbell shrugs (third set in discovered wrist wraps with hooks on them, love them will use from now on)

    275lbs/15
    315lbs/6
    315lbs/20
    315lbs/15

    Seated rear cable pulls (rear delts)

    40lbs/13
    50lbs/12
    60lbs/9
    70lbs/6
    80lbs/6

    Hip abduction

    140lbs/40
    170lbs/5

    Hip Adduction

    140lbs/25
    170lbs/35

    NO cardio no leg days. Also due to a recovering right knee injury, on any squat I usually go 70 precent to the ground, If I go ass down its huge knee issues that cause me to miss leg days. Not making issues just explaining.

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    Careful with the wrist wraps w/ hooks; I HAD to buy them due to a dislocated middle and ring finger. I only wore one on the left wrist (bad hand) and had to use it for almost all pulling exercises, especially heavy work like deads. After a couple of months I wanted to see if my fingers could handle it without. I lost MASSIVE grip strength in that left hand... I deadlifted 315 for 2 reps before my left hand gave out... gay

    I would say don't use them if you don't have to.

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    Good point...I dont want to lose grip strength its just to me feels like I using all traps on shrugs with the wraps or I'm actually feeling the deadlift in my back and hamstrings with the straps........but I will watch it.....good to know....thanks bro

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    I can't give any input on contest prep because I don't know, but I will say that I see you're working your ass off! Keep on pushing!!

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    Thanks alot guys and girls for all the support, I kinda F'ed up on the diet these last two days, nothing too big but learning from my mistakes. Nothing I can't recover from, just have to learn to make no excuses eat right or starve is my new motto. Also my contest was moved up from October 30th to October 1st so I lost four weeks. No excuses. Pics this Friday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddhabody View Post
    Good point...I dont want to lose grip strength its just to me feels like I using all traps on shrugs with the wraps or I'm actually feeling the deadlift in my back and hamstrings with the straps........but I will watch it.....good to know....thanks bro
    If you don't use wraps with shrugs, where else do you feel it? Forearms are a given, but anywhere else? You might double check your form.

    TBH, I like feeling the deads in other places. They just hit so much, I don't mind if it isn't focused 100% on my back/hams. I get a little in the lats when I go really heavy, forearms, bi's... just everywhere. Comes down to personal preference though I suppose.

    Quote Originally Posted by Buddhabody View Post
    Thanks alot guys and girls for all the support, I kinda F'ed up on the diet these last two days, nothing too big but learning from my mistakes. Nothing I can't recover from, just have to learn to make no excuses eat right or starve is my new motto. Also my contest was moved up from October 30th to October 1st so I lost four weeks. No excuses. Pics this Friday
    Great attitude bro, just pick back up and move on. It happens to the best of us; if you've seen my thread you'll know i've been in a rut for fvcking months now... frustrating but I know I need to come outta my funk and move on. A day or 2 slip up here or there is nothing. Keep your eye on the prize. Looking forward to pics!

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