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?

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    bodybuilding dj
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    Jan 2005
    Metairie/New Orleans, LA

    The Journey to Bodybuilding Reality

    Ok, here it goes...

    After debating about whether to start a journal, I finally decided to do this...
    I am tired of not seeing results...I want to start doing a lot more to get my body transformed into one I can be proud of.

    I am hoping to get going by next week. I still need to get log sheets and get my workout routine straightened out. My plan is to start writing down everything bit of information - how much weight I use, I many calories, fat, carbs, protein intake, how many hours of sleep, how much of this and that. Numbers are key this time to my success.

    I have been working out religiously since Oct 1996. I was off-and-on before that time. However, when I first started in 1996, I was weighing only 110lbs. Within a matter of a couple of years, I went up to 140lbs. Now, since 2002...I have managed to bring my weight up to 155lbs. I want to be able to have a six or eight pack and a massive frame, basically like an hourglass shape. I want hard, ripped muscle that will not only impress me, but others. Last January of 2003, I started the 6-month Rock Hard Challenge from Muscle and Fitness, and it was a strenuous workout program. Now, however, I want massive results. I am starting to tell myself that I just don't want to 'workout' but I want to be a bodybuilder.

    However, my obstacles include time and my genes or my size, whatever you may call it. I am 5'7, 155lbs now...and I have a small frame. I want to be massive and be able to be cut as possible with huge muscles. I may be sounding pretty cheesy, but I am determined to reach my goal.

    Today I begin the journey to being a bodybuilder.

    My journal will contain the following:

    SLEEP (number of hours)
    FOOD (carbs, fat and protein)
    WORKOUT ROUTINE (exercises, sets and reps)

    Can't wait...
    Last edited by bbc; 01-04-2005 at 02:47 PM.

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