I figured that I would throw out some pictures. I was about 190lbs a few months ago and then I came down with a nasty virus for a month and lost 30lbs. Just 8 weeks back into lifting, I am back up to 180lbs, leaner and stronger than I was before. I would like to round off between 185 and 190lbs while staying around the same body fat that I am now. A little plug here, but since starting results I have made excellent strength gains. I used to post on here back when I was in high school almost 10 years ago. My brother Neil was one of the old school members of WBB. Here are some pics. I will get some better ones when I can of my legs and back. The lighting sucks in my apartment and I have to take these in a mirror. I am actually a hair leaner than I look in these pics and the quality sucks.
Here is a video of me doing some palms in pullups in the park about 6 weeks ago. I was just knocking these out to wrap it up, prior to this I had done 3 sets of 6 wide grips with an additional 40lbs.
Last edited by EricGT4; 08-06-2012 at 04:53 PM.
I have no pictures of my back and the video can give you an idea.
Great video, thanks for the motivation.
6'1"/203 (down 12 pounds since 5/2012)
2-mile run: 13:23
Lol. Yeah I am certainly not huge. I would definitely not post a vid like that to show a feat of personal strength, a few pullups would be a joke in that context. I just had it laying around and figured it would be better quality than me awkwardly doing a back spread in my horridly lit room with my phone in one hand. I did see the curl jockey vids though and had a laugh. Thanks for the supportive comments.
Last edited by EricGT4; 08-07-2012 at 10:15 PM.
Everyones being such dicks when others post progress pics/vids lately hahaha.
Keep up the work dude. Get better.
Last edited by Jonathan E; 08-09-2012 at 12:30 AM.
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