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TopQuark1028
12-20-2006, 12:58 AM
1st set of pics hehe. Just started lifting again seriously about 2 months ago, working hard on loosing the large amount of body fat that's currently attached to mainly my midsection hehe.

Hopefully this thread can tun into a nice success story :thumbup:


P.S. equip your sunglasses; I'm in serious need of a tan lol


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UnknownSoldier
12-20-2006, 01:05 AM
wtf is that a picture off... the pic5yu2..

TopQuark1028
12-20-2006, 01:05 AM
lol my calf muscle

Gabrielle
12-20-2006, 02:47 AM
You got some muscle on you, thats for sure. What are your goals bodyfat wise?

Snakeoffire
12-20-2006, 02:51 AM
Hasselhuff gained some weight

phreak
12-20-2006, 05:08 AM
Damn, you're whiter than an albino who's been living in a cave for 2 decades!

Otherwise: good structure, and you have quite some mass potential. Should look massive a year from now!

Snakeoffire
12-20-2006, 05:25 AM
The flash can do that, I got pics like that too

Bob
12-20-2006, 07:37 AM
GL Quark..
You have a good frame to work with.. lots of muscle..
Traps are looking huge.. is that genetics? or do you do a lot of shrugs?

pipes
12-20-2006, 08:00 AM
wtf is that a picture off... the pic5yu2..


lol! I thought the same thing when I first opened that one.

WBBIRL
12-20-2006, 09:07 AM
You dont have that much fat on you at all... 20-30 pounds would bring about big changes IMO (20-30 of fat anyhow).

TopQuark1028
12-20-2006, 04:09 PM
You got some muscle on you, thats for sure. What are your goals bodyfat wise?

It's definitely time for me to get as lean as I can. If I got to 10-15% I'd be really happy.


You dont have that much fat on you at all... 20-30 pounds would bring about big changes IMO (20-30 of fat anyhow).

Ya i was thinking the same bro. It's incredibly difficult for me to loose weight for some reason...Since I've been back lifting/dieting 2 months ago I've lost maybe 3lbs eating very strictly and doing cardio ~6 days a week. Quite a pain in the ass, I must say.
I'm thinking about hiring a nutritionist and crossing my fingers hehe.


Hasselhuff gained some weight

lol I figured it'd be funny to use various pictures of him.



GL Quark..
You have a good frame to work with.. lots of muscle..
Traps are looking huge.. is that genetics? or do you do a lot of shrugs?

I do traps about once a week just like everything else, I think they look so good compared to otherthings because of the fact that there isn't a nice layer of fat covering them lol.

ArchAngel777
12-20-2006, 11:26 PM
wtf is that a picture off... the pic5yu2..

That is one hell of an optical illusion if I ever seen one... ROFL, it looked like a distorted, harry female side bodyshop... LOL, WTF, it ended up being a calf... That was the funniest ***** I have seen in ages!

WBBIRL
12-21-2006, 06:25 AM
Well you could think of it this way too. If you put on more muscle, you'll be lowering your bodyfat percentage. I dunno if all that cardio is necessary, perhaps drop it to 4x a day and lift heavy if you dont. Get it done in the kitchen as well, its probably always the easiest to get it done in the kitchen.

muscle chic
12-21-2006, 10:49 AM
Looking good for only two months in gym. Good size!!

TopQuark1028
12-21-2006, 11:16 AM
Well you could think of it this way too. If you put on more muscle, you'll be lowering your bodyfat percentage. I dunno if all that cardio is necessary, perhaps drop it to 4x a day and lift heavy if you dont. Get it done in the kitchen as well, its probably always the easiest to get it done in the kitchen.

lol that's a funny way to think about it, by gaining more LBM and keeping the same amount of fat my BF% will go down, but I kinda wanna lose the fat more than I want to gain more LBM than I have now.
4x a day! haha jk I knew what you meant. and I definitely lift heavy haha that's the fun part :)



Looking good for only two months in gym. Good size!!
Thanks Musclechic! but 2 months is a bit deceiving - I lifted heavy back when i was 16-18 but back then I didn't pay any attn to diet. and Now coming back from taking 3 years off I'm stronger than ever before - Diet is so clutch :cool:

Thanks for the comments guys/gals :)

irish_dec
01-04-2007, 10:19 AM
That is one hell of an optical illusion if I ever seen one... ROFL, it looked like a distorted, harry female side bodyshop... LOL, WTF, it ended up being a calf... That was the funniest ***** I have seen in ages!


hehe that was funny as fook....was laughing in work for 5 minutes

Davidelmo
01-04-2007, 10:24 AM
Yeah, definately muscle under the fat. IMO quads look like a weaker area than upper body. But the camera was quite close so it's hard to get it in perspective.

Unholy
01-04-2007, 11:55 AM
Good luck getting lean man. This forum will definatly help you every step of the way!

HeavyBomber
01-04-2007, 07:31 PM
Well you could think of it this way too. If you put on more muscle, you'll be lowering your bodyfat percentage....[clip]...

If I were you I wouldn't worry one damn bit about loosing fat right now. You need to build muscle mass by means of strength gains. As time goes by you will become more lean through attrition.

WBBIRL
01-04-2007, 09:58 PM
Me or the OP?

In his case, I'd agree.

Guido
01-05-2007, 03:37 PM
Don't hassel the Hoff.

:D

HeavyBomber
01-05-2007, 06:17 PM
Me or the OP?

In his case, I'd agree.

The OP.