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    My journey is over, for now

    I detatched my lens in my left eye. I need to have surgery ASAP, so no contest for me. I think this may be the perfect time to show you guys how easy it is to drop weight and lose fat. I will say this, I have been instructed by Vincent that I am not able to drop below 295, so, that will be the lowest I go.

    For the record, there will be:
    1. No counting calories
    2. No maintenance diets
    3. No change in diet, except for dropping the extra junk food I eat to stay this heavy

    I will have more on my quest once I have surgery and find out exactly how long I have to ruin my life being a bodybuilder-type.

    The best part will be putting ALL the weight back on and getting fat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RhodeHouse View Post
    I detatched my lens in my left eye. I need to have surgery ASAP, so no contest for me. I think this may be the perfect time to show you guys how easy it is to drop weight and lose fat. I will say this, I have been instructed by Vincent that I am not able to drop below 295, so, that will be the lowest I go.

    For the record, there will be:
    1. No counting calories
    2. No maintenance diets
    3. No change in diet, except for dropping the extra junk food I eat to stay this heavy

    I will have more on my quest once I have surgery and find out exactly how long I have to ruin my life being a bodybuilder-type.

    The best part will be putting ALL the weight back on and getting fat!
    I can't wait to see this big dog... I'll bet you lose it 20x quicker than im putting it on. I'll bet you lean out a bit, only to put even more mass the next time you bulk up... 335+.
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    Did you hurt it lifting?

    Down to 295? How big are you now? Must be a monster! Can't wait to read how you do it. Good luck with the surgery.

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    Aw crap that sucks.

    Listen to Vinny, anything below 300 and you look like ****.

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    thats horrible man, best of luck with the surgery.
    2000 or bust

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    Sorry about that, but seriously, you can't lose weight or fat. That's against everything you stand for!
    Age: 20
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    Weight:~160 @ 13-15 bf%?....starting figure after nearly a year of battling CFS/mono...so not too bad imo.

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    Hope the surgery goes well and you resume things just the way you want ASAP.

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    Thanks for the support guys. The diet is on hold. The specialist told me not to be a pussy. The hospital was talking immediate surgery, blah, blah, blah. The specialist said to watch out for 2 things. Other than that, just resume life, including the contest. So, fat on!

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    Well that's a relief. Good luck with everything, bro.
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