The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    Cutting Phase Pics

    Wanted to get an idea of what you guys think of these...

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    This is just before I started cutting...it was taken at the end of January
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    OK....this one was taken last week
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    Ok here is another January one at a different angle.....dont laugh at the hairtuttut
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    heres a recent ab pose........i wanna have a magazine cover stomach this year and will die trying to get it:evillaugh i have never had a cut midsection before
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    There's an obvious improvement. How many weeks have you been dieting? What was your starting weight and bodyfat, and where are you now? Keep up the hard work!

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    nice job
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    i've been cutting since the last week in January. I've been trying to do it slowly so I wouldn't lose to much mass. I've done the balls to the wall approach the last 2 years and lost to much size. I weighed bout 197 when I started my program and was about 14 or 15% bf. I'm at 184 and at 11% or 10%. I havn't been taking thermogenics, but just got some Adipokinetix and hope that will take me the rest of the way! My arm measurements are the same as when I started cutting

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    That's not bad. I'm just now starting to cut. I'm just at 14% bodyfat and my goal is 9-10. It really should only take me 6-8 weeks considering I'm only 170lbs (I'm short). I'll be doing something that resembles a combination animalbolics and a cyclical isocaloric diet. I'll also be taking an eca for the duration and t3 for the last 4 weeks.

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    do you know how many % you were in the befores?

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    bigassdan: Whats your typical cutting routine. I run (intense) 15 mins 3 times a week after lifting.

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    i've been keeping my carbs at about 150 to 200 and my protein at 280 to 250...if I eat more carbs I'll eat less protein so I stay in a slight caloric defecit. as far as cardio goes I do about 4 or 5 sessions a week after my workout for about 20-30 min.....I usually just walk on a treadmill at an incline at about 3.5 to 4.2 mph.. again just enough to keep me in defecit. Its been working great. I havn't felt like I was doin anything really impossible. JUst good basics. Thats usually the sh*t that gives you the best results

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