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December 18, 2011 at 7:20 pm #234
I weighed my self after the depletion phase last sunday and weighed in again this sunday after a week of carbs there was zero change on the scale. The good is that after a carb nite I can put on 10-20 lbs so the fact the scale has not moved after a week of carbs means I dropped some fat which offset the carb intake (I hope). The bad the scale has not moved so I do not know where I am at, If I am losing or gaining so next week should be a definite indicator which way I am going. The ugly that belly I see in the mirror every morning.December 18, 2011 at 7:52 pm #14458
It has taken me a long time to start seeing changes in the belly area and see the inches come off that area. I have only lost about 2 inches off my waist from when I started but I dropped from a size 36 jeans to a size 30 jeans it is just a matter of patience and time brother, keep at it and you will succeed. At times it feels that all I see is inches dropping off every area but my gut lol. Either way though keep going strong.December 18, 2011 at 9:06 pm #14459
I think it's necessary to take measurements to be really sure. Obviously fat calipers work the best. I would think that just a tape measure would also work for the belly area to see if anything has changed.December 18, 2011 at 10:28 pm #14460
I think it's necessary to take measurements to be really sure. Obviously fat calipers work the best. I would think that just a tape measure would also work for the belly area to see if anything has changed.
I learned my lesson of not putting to much weight on just scale numbers, so i did take measurements but will measure every other week. @Newfiedan yeah i'm going to keep hackin away till its all gone.December 19, 2011 at 12:45 am #14461
Good to hear brother, from experience getting to that 6 pack is going to take time, there is no miracle answer just hard work, good diet practices and remembering that at its core its at least 75% diet and 25% workout regimen. It took me a while to learn that but diet is hands down the biggest factor in results, proper fuel for proper results.December 24, 2011 at 5:59 pm #14462
I do my measurements tomorrow, but I woke up feeling slim so I tried on a formerly snug shirt and it was actually a bit loose and my carb nite was last nite I had two yard house pizzas, noodles, cookies, ice cream, and cake so I am freakin excited and all my lifts went up this week. Merry xmas to me and thanx for CBL kiefer.December 24, 2011 at 6:00 pm #14463
That's great 6, Merry Christmas to you by the way.
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