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Introduce yourself. Tell us about your training history, how long you've been vegan, share some of your goals and some of your interests.

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New Member Introduction

#1 Postby veganbeau » Wed Apr 23, 2014 4:34 pm

Hello everyone,

My name is Beau, i've been on this site a lot over the past month or two and decided to make an account. I've been vegan for a couple months. I found the switch really easy as I cook a lot and was basically a vegan before.

I've been a pretty skinny guy my whole life. Over the past few years I put some weight on with some lifting and eating more. I'm still not a big guy about 150lbs 5'10. I'm not 100% sure what my body fat percentage is but based on photo comparisons looks like 15+% I'm looking forward to putting some muscle on in the next few years and getting that shredded look. Around 10% bf is a goal.

I'm also coming off of a pretty bad health crisis in Late September/October that had me bedridden for 2 months. Since then my cardiovascular system has been quite weak. Right now I'm going to the gym 2-3x a week and doing a little bit of cardio. I'm not in a huge rush I just want to pace myself and build up endurance and strength over time.

Thanks for taking the time to read my blurb, I look forward to being part of the community, lots of good stuff going on here.

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#2 Postby C.O. » Mon Apr 28, 2014 10:40 am

Hey Beau, thanks for joining us officially. Hope your health gets better!

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#3 Postby Abdullah » Wed Apr 30, 2014 2:01 pm

Nice to meet you Beau. This is Abdullah also a new member of this forum.

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#4 Postby VeganBadass_CO » Wed Apr 30, 2014 2:16 pm

Glad you're on the mend!

While 150 at 5'10 might not be comparable to others at same height but in the 180-200+lbs range, there are some VERY fit MMA guys that fight in your weight class with similar weight, so I'd focus not so much on the # but on how you look and measure up in the mirror. Recovering from what ever it was that knocked you down for a bit will be interesting. (though just read article about some guy - forget his name, that was in bad car accident, broke both legs, arms, was a bodybuilder/model.....(bugger...let me go look him up!)...James Grage! But with perseverance he fought his way back....Men's Health mag I think.

Anyway....welcome to the party!!

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