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#1 Postby roid_rage » Mon Mar 17, 2008 5:56 am

i started my diet 6 weeks ago. My nutrition program is based on carb cycling and hard workouts.
I try to hold my weights and Im not into cardio alot.

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#2 Postby Richard » Mon Mar 17, 2008 5:59 am

I notice the difference on the width of your waist, but mainly on your lats, they curve round pretty tightly in the 2nd picture. You look bigger in the 2nd picture overall I think :lol:
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#3 Postby roid_rage » Mon Mar 17, 2008 6:32 am

Richard wrote:I notice the difference on the width of your waist, but mainly on your lats, they curve round pretty tightly in the 2nd picture. You look bigger in the 2nd picture overall I think :lol:


thank you....its funny, i lost about 10 lbs and its looking bigger than before :D
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#4 Postby xjohanx » Mon Mar 17, 2008 6:34 am

looking real good. how long are you going to be on the diet?
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#5 Postby roid_rage » Mon Mar 17, 2008 6:43 am

thank you:)
i didnt really plan the diet, i´d like to reach a bodyfat of 10%
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#6 Postby VeganDude » Mon Mar 17, 2008 8:44 am

Looking big, good job man!
Would be cool to see what your training is like and how much you eat.
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#7 Postby roid_rage » Mon Mar 17, 2008 9:40 am

Okay, i try to summerize my workout and nutrition plans.

Workout:
Mostly High intensive, i´m not training too long, but working a lot with giant sets, reduction sets, x-reps and super sets and all other kinds of intensity stuff.
i splitted it into

Monday: Back
Tuesday: Chest
Thursday: Biceps, Triceps
Fiday: LEGS! :wink:
Saturday: Shoulders
I still try to enhance my weights and i´m pushing me every workout to the limit. Cardio sometims only


Nutrition:
The main focus is that i reduced my carbohydrate intake.
On training days i eat carbs in the morning and before and after the workout, mainly slow carbs like oatflakes, only after the workout fast carbs with my protein shake.
On Off days i only eat carbs in the morning.
The other meals mainly consist of protein and good fat.
I often eat selfmade lowcarb hig protein muffins when i´m not at home.
Calorie counting isnt anything for me, i eat until i´m full :-), reguraly all 2-3 hours.
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#8 Postby Lean and Green » Mon Mar 17, 2008 12:11 pm

Yeh, you look both leaner and bigger in the second picture. Pretty sweet how you trimmed down the waist and look tighter all around yet there is more size all around. What was the duration in between these two shots taken, timewise?
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#9 Postby Devil's Plaything » Mon Mar 17, 2008 1:30 pm

roid_rage wrote:I often eat selfmade lowcarb hig protein muffins when i´m not at home.


Recipe? ^^

The new pic is quite cool, btw.! Nice work, man! I'm looking forward to seeing you with visible abs! :wink:
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#10 Postby SeaSiren » Mon Mar 17, 2008 5:19 pm

well done! :) Looks like you are getting there nicely. And slow and steady, def the way to go so not to lose muscle in the process (as I am sure you already know, lol)

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#11 Postby xveganjoshx » Mon Mar 17, 2008 5:26 pm

roid_rage wrote:
Monday: Back
Tuesday: Chest
Thursday: Biceps, Triceps
Fiday: Chest
Saturday: Shoulders
I still try to enhance my weights and i´m pushing me every workout to the limit. Cardio sometims only


Where's Legs? :?:

Nice slow and steady cut, you're retaining your muscle well! 8)
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#12 Postby tuc » Tue Mar 18, 2008 3:50 am

You are one of my favourite bodybuilders here, you're massive!

However, your nickname gets me worried every time. I've read some of the old messages and I understood that you're not juicing but if so, why a nick like that?

Anyway, you're in faboulous shape! Especially your humongous lats!
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#13 Postby roid_rage » Tue Mar 18, 2008 8:09 am

xveganjoshx wrote:
roid_rage wrote:
Monday: Back
Tuesday: Chest
Thursday: Biceps, Triceps
Fiday: Chest
Saturday: Shoulders
I still try to enhance my weights and i´m pushing me every workout to the limit. Cardio sometims only


Where's Legs? :?:

Nice slow and steady cut, you're retaining your muscle well! 8)


ooops, i forgot legs!
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#14 Postby Neven » Tue Mar 18, 2008 8:43 am

roid_rage wrote:Nutrition:
The main focus is that i reduced my carbohydrate intake.
On training days i eat carbs in the morning and before and after the workout, mainly slow carbs like oatflakes, only after the workout fast carbs with my protein shake.
On Off days i only eat carbs in the morning.
The other meals mainly consist of protein and good fat.
I often eat selfmade lowcarb hig protein muffins when i´m not at home.
Calorie counting isnt anything for me, i eat until i´m full :-), reguraly all 2-3 hours.


Something like typical bb diet for cutting.
What exactly do you eat during the on and off days?

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#15 Postby roid_rage » Tue Mar 18, 2008 10:02 am

Thanks for all the encouraging words :)

@ Leanandgreen:
The first shot was taken at the beginning of february, the second on sunday.
But i started dieting 6 weeks ago

@ Devilsplaything:
Haha, i think it will take a long time until i got abs ;)
The recipe of course ;)

50 g Mandeln
100 g Sojamehl
50 g Sojagranulat
150 g Sojaeiweissisolat
50 g Kokosraspel
30 g Leinsamen
30 g Kakaopulver
1/2 Pck Backpulver

vermischen, dann
230 ml Distelöl
Wasser bis zur Kuchenteig ähnlichen Konsistenz hinzufügen
Süßstoff bis zur gewünschten Süße hinzufügen

Dann ab in Muffinformen und in den Ofen, ergibt ca 20 Muffins

Zusammensetzung
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Energie: 3729.4 kcal
15619.7 kJ
Wasser: 27 gr
Eiweiß: 239.7 gr
Fett: 307.56 gr
Kohlenhydrate: 9.1 gr
Ballaststoffe: 0 gr

Vitamine
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Vitamin A: 55.8 µg
Retinol: 0 µg
Beta-Carotin: 289.1 µg
Vitamin B1: 2368 µg
Vitamin B2: 1394 µg
Vitamin B3: 8391.2 µg
Vitamin B5: 3069 µg
Vitamin B6: 1927.4 µg
Vitamin B7: 111 µg
Vitamin B9: 471.2 µg
Vitamin B 12: 0 µg
Vitamin C: 793.3 µg
Vitamin D: 0 µg
Vitamin E: 101829.1 µg
Vitamin K: 223.5 µg

Mineralstoffe
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Calcium: 1139.1 mg
Chlor: 583 mg
Kalium: 6140.5 mg
Magnesium: 895.2 mg
Natrium: 1587.6 mg
Phosphor: 3060.2 mg
Schwefel: 1261.4 mg

Spurenelemente
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Eisen: 43468.9 µg
Fluor: 485.8 µg
Jod: 6.5 µg
Kupfer: 7469.3 µg
Mangan: 1587.6 µg
Zink: 17983.8 µg

Fette (Fettsäuren)
------------------
gesättigte Fettsäuren: 56855.7 mg
einfach ungesättigte Fettsäuren: 60334 mg
mehrfach ungesättigte Fettsäuren: 175774 mg
kurzkettige Fettsäuren: 208.5 mg
mittelkettige Fettsäuren: 4171 mg
langkettige Fettsäuren: 288584.2 mg
Cholesterin: 0 mg
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