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    hey guys, i am 12.5 weeks out from my first show, the npc oklahoma grand prix. im 19 and will be doing the teen class. have been back in the gym seriously since mid may, rebuilding what i lost fooling around my freshman yr of college. I'm 5'7(maybe slightly under) and 184 in these pics. Really wanted to do a show as a teen so decided to take the plunge. Just started dieting two days ago. These pics were taken last night, umpumped except for 2 warmup sets on bench. Posing is still crappy and as you can see, my legs werent properly flexed in a few shots.
    let me know what you guys think!
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    the rest of the pics
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    • #3
      Looking good but you also look 30. What's your diet like?

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      • #4
        yeah i know lol. hair started thinning naturally at 17ish and ive always looked older. what bodyparts are lacking?
        diet is the following. im working with a local female pro bb.

        meal 1- 2.5 scoops ON whey, 3 egg whites, 1 cup oats

        meal 2- 8 oz chicken breast, 1/2 cup brown rice, veggies

        meal3- 8 oz talapia, 6 oz sweet potato, veggies

        meal 4- 8 oz chicken breast, 6 oz sweet potato, veggies

        meal 5- 2.5 scoops ON whey and apple (this is post workout meal)

        meal 6- 8 oz of 96% lean ground beef or chicken or tilapia and veggies.

        my supps are bcaas, fish oil, CLA, green tea extract, mag, zinc, multivit. and half cap of black mamba(ephedra supp) each morning before morning cardio. 45 min of fasted morning cardio each day.

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        • #5
          Good luck with your prep. You look like you're starting at a good place....I'm just finishing up my prep. I'll make sure not to post any food porn for ya....
          STEEL




          "SIMPLICITY, CONSISTENCY, INTENSITY"

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          • #6
            Originally posted by sbigp92 View Post
            yeah i know lol. hair started thinning naturally at 17ish and ive always looked older. what bodyparts are lacking?
            diet is the following. im working with a local female pro bb.

            meal 1- 2.5 scoops ON whey, 3 egg whites, 1 cup oats

            meal 2- 8 oz chicken breast, 1/2 cup brown rice, veggies

            meal3- 8 oz talapia, 6 oz sweet potato, veggies

            meal 4- 8 oz chicken breast, 6 oz sweet potato, veggies

            meal 5- 2.5 scoops ON whey and apple (this is post workout meal)

            meal 6- 8 oz of 96% lean ground beef or chicken or tilapia and veggies.

            my supps are bcaas, fish oil, CLA, green tea extract, mag, zinc, multivit. and half cap of black mamba(ephedra supp) each morning before morning cardio. 45 min of fasted morning cardio each day.
            If it was me, I would probably position some of those carbs after my workout.

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            • #7
              I will try that out. what body parts look lagging to you guys?

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              • #8
                Looking nice and wide. With a caveat that with prep of 12 weeks you aint going to make a lot of changes to a lagging bodypart with eventual depletion from diet and cardio. I would say your quads. Your upper body could handle a lot more quad size comfortably.

                Read the stickies from Dante and there are some on contest prep. He says the best way to impress with your own unique genetics is not to worry about being "perfectly in balance or having full muscle bellies" because it is likely that unless you have pro genetics you won't achieve these. But being as peeled and lean as you can possible be will impress more. Judges will quickly overlook a couple of inches off your optimum quads size if there are insane striations popping out all over the place.

                And I concur with Steel, you are at a good starting point. Plus if you can afford to, hire Skip, he will get you as peeled as you can get.
                "if you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything..."

                On board TEAM SKIP
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                • #9
                  Good luck with your prep!
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                  • #10
                    thanks guys! i will post updates as i lean out through my prep.

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                    • #11
                      Don't worry about "weak" body parts. I used to go on and on about that when I was younger, and I hear it all the time from clients. Until you compete you really won't know what your weaknesses are. Also, at this stage in the game (precontest) you shouldn't worry about that. When you get to the off season, at your age you want to concentrate on overall mass. What weight class are you shooting for? I'm guessing light weight or welterweight. Good luck, take it slow and enjoy.
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                      • #12
                        im not really shooting for a weight class, but want to come in as dry and tight as possible.the guys here in oklahoma come in peeled, whereas ive seen them bigger but more soft in texas. im guessing i would come in at 150-155ish so most likely a lightweight. hoping for striated glutes lol but my trainer said thats harder for young muscle.

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                        • #13
                          That is what I was hoping you would say. I think you are right on with your mind set. A lot of people underestimate the amount of weight they have to lose. Everyone wants to be huge, but most people don't realize in order to give that illusion you have to get smaller.
                          1994 Ohio Gran Prix 4th
                          2010 Kentucky State Championships Lightweight 1st
                          2011 Northern Kentucky Welterweight 4th
                          2012 Kentucky Grand Prix 1st place

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                          Use Discount Code DDS463
                          MAG Sponsored Athlete
                          http://www.maxagrip.com/

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                          • #14
                            hey man! any updated pics?

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