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    Maybe "Hot Chick" isn't accurate...

    Okay, took some pictures (only one I'd dare post here) to monitor my progress:

    current:
    weight: 150lbs
    bf: 18%

    competition goal:
    weight: 155lbs
    bf: 10%
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    whered they go?
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    lol, i think you forgot to post the pics on this thread, and the pet one.
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    Okay, try that - I think I missed a button I had to press or something - what can I say, it's Monday!
    Stats: 5'8", 142lbs, 11.1%bf (or so the machine says)
    Bench: 1RM=175lbs

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    very nice development..

    best looking 18% i've seen

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    basic shape looks pretty good, hot chick...

    traps are especially impressive; you don't see that kind of trap development/shape on many women

    overall size/mass looks pretty good and symmetry is also pretty good; calves look a bit large compared to quads/hams but that may be partly the angle and partly the long muscle belly you have in the soleus/gastroc... if I had to guess I'd say you figure skated or played hockey a lot when you were younger; skating tends to emphasize the soleus so it overwhelms the gastroc a bit

    arms also look like they have decent size/symmetry... hard to tell from that angle but yuo *may* want to focus on shoulders a bit to better tie together your impressive traps and arms

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    wru rotation~

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    Damn it, you gave me a crick in my neck!!

    You're hot, I'd _____ you..... if you want me to.

    (ya know.. I'd spot you.... what did you think I meant?!)

    Nice physique, what are you going for though?? you're kind of in between a fitness chick and body builder. Not quite muscular enough for body builder, but almost too big for fitness.

    Either way, I think you're hot
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    I wouldn't say she is too big for fitness......you take another 9% body fat away and she would be perfect for fitness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by musclerevenge1
    I wouldn't say she is too big for fitness......you take another 9% body fat away and she would be perfect for fitness.
    Yeah, you're probably right.
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    Keep the perversion to a minimum kiddies.

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    you know... a female posts on the board and you guys act like you've never seen one before.. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Callahan
    basic shape looks pretty good, hot chick...

    traps are especially impressive; you don't see that kind of trap development/shape on many women

    overall size/mass looks pretty good and symmetry is also pretty good; calves look a bit large compared to quads/hams but that may be partly the angle and partly the long muscle belly you have in the soleus/gastroc... if I had to guess I'd say you figure skated or played hockey a lot when you were younger; skating tends to emphasize the soleus so it overwhelms the gastroc a bit

    arms also look like they have decent size/symmetry... hard to tell from that angle but yuo *may* want to focus on shoulders a bit to better tie together your impressive traps and arms
    The calves - I've got the typical runner's build I guess. I think some of it is the angle (guys at the bars like my legs but what do they know), but I've been trying SO hard to build up the quads - think maybe I gotta change programs again. The shoulders - I just changed programs for that, trying to emphasize the shoulders and lats a bit more - want to get rid of the "10-year-old boy" body!!

    Thanks for the compliments!!
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    i agree with the shoulders, they could use a bit of work.,

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    Personally, I think you look great!

    If you want to compete in fitness comps though maybe you need a bit more quads and shoulders.
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    question, how tall are you?

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    I'm 5'8", long legs, no real girl curves - the 10-year-old boy thing - I have pretty narrow hips, gotta buld up the quads to create an illusion of curves! Shoulders to get the illusion up top!!
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    Damn, on 5'8 that certainly doesn't look like 150.

    LOL you definitely don't have the 10 year old boy look. Build up your hamstrings some more and you'll have a hell of a balance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BCC
    Damn, on 5'8 that certainly doesn't look like 150.
    Yeah.. I was thinking it looked like 130-135.

    Looking good, and most things said have been accurate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hot Chick
    The calves - I've got the typical runner's build I guess. I think some of it is the angle (guys at the bars like my legs but what do they know), but I've been trying SO hard to build up the quads - think maybe I gotta change programs again. The shoulders - I just changed programs for that, trying to emphasize the shoulders and lats a bit more - want to get rid of the "10-year-old boy" body!!

    Thanks for the compliments!!
    shoulders -- arnold presses and lateral raises will see you in good stead

    lats -- pullups if you can manage it, assisted if you can't or substitute widegrip pulldowns... hard to see with the angle of your torso there but lats don't look bad

    I'd also agree with Chase that your quads look alright on your frame as-is but hamstrings could come out a bit more and most ham work willl also tighten up the glutes as they shrink with the bodyfat level dropping... weighted lunges and good mornings are my favourites for hams/glutes... don't be afraid to go heavy/hard with these...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Callahan
    I'd also agree with Chase that your quads look alright on your frame as-is but hamstrings could come out a bit more and most ham work willl also tighten up the glutes as they shrink with the bodyfat level dropping... weighted lunges and good mornings are my favourites for hams/glutes... don't be afraid to go heavy/hard with these...
    And I just took weighted lunges OUT of my leg program because I HATE them so much!!! Guess they'll go back in today...

    The plus is I carry most of my body fat in my arms so hopefully I won't lose too much of my a** - I'm kinda attached to it.
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    Good Progress keep us posted with more pics.

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