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    OK, I'm starting my current blast at 210 lbs.

    I was amazed today at my workout, I was expecting to start a little below my previous workout during my last blast... but no, I was actually stronger!!

    I only lost 2 lbs on my cruise phase, and I took an entire week off of lifting to let my body recouperate completely. Basically, I lifted during the first week of cruise, did my cardio and PCT and then took the entire second week off and continued my PCT. I hardened up, think I even lost some bodyfat, but the scale says I only lost a little bit.

    I was chomping at the bit to get back at kicking my own ass with that log book...

    Just wanted to post where I am at...

    TR

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    Congrats bro, I hope that log book is smoldering!
    23 years old, 6'3", 240lbs :showoff:

    430 strapped deadlift
    255 belted squat for reps :fresty:
    225 incline BB :fresty:

    GETTING THERE!

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    • #3
      I just started today too, and I was using higher weights then the end of my last blast too! Let's kick some ass this blast.
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      • #4
        Man you guys are lucky, I am always a little weaker.

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        • #5
          Babygeto,

          You wanna make this thread kinda a log book for the others to follow along with our progress?

          TR

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          • #6
            Sure, that would be great motivation...

            Although I should say that I'm doing a moderate cutting phase, I'll still put on some lbs, so let get crushing.
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            • #7
              Bro that's awesome that you only lost 2 lbs on your cruise. You'll should blow by your old weight in no time. Keep up the great work!

              R

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              • #8
                Sounds good bro, keep it up.





                Maverick

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