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Re: Team 200

#61 Postby robert » Sat Jul 19, 2008 2:31 am

+1

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Re: Team 200

#62 Postby Troy » Mon Jul 21, 2008 11:01 am

I'm around... lurking in the shadows. :wink:

O.K. a little creepy, too much Dark Knight for me.

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Re: Team 200

#63 Postby cubby2112 » Sat Aug 16, 2008 5:42 pm

-12.

I seem to be keeping my strength, though. I am actually gaining in a few lifts slowly. Legs are probably getting weaker, though. They grow quickly anyway, so I am not worried. I WILL be hitting big squats again within six months.
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Re: Team 200

#64 Postby Troy » Tue Nov 25, 2008 5:27 pm

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Re: Team 200

#65 Postby xjohanx » Wed Nov 26, 2008 5:51 pm

Way to go Troy! Only 10 more.
cubby2112 wrote:When someone says you don't train "functionally," you should just punch them in the face. Ask them how "functional" of a movement that was.

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Re: Team 200

#66 Postby robert » Wed Nov 26, 2008 7:57 pm

Wow, back up quickly! Holiday foods?


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Re: Team 200

#67 Postby Lean and Green » Thu Nov 27, 2008 1:53 am

Yea TROY! Damn! Way to bulk it up so fast :wink:
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Joelk wrote:But as long as people stay away from our cooler bags with our meals and not ask silly questions, we're all pretty tame

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Re: Team 200

#68 Postby Troy » Sun Nov 30, 2008 2:20 pm

None of my family is veg so I don't get to endulge in their holiday foods... all the better for me. I've been consistent with 5-6 meals a day, most of my meals are smoothies so alot of liquid nutrition. LnG, the avatar is intimidating!
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Re: Team 200

#69 Postby Zack » Sat Jan 31, 2009 9:35 pm

Woke up @ 198, not on creatine.


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Re: Team 200

#70 Postby sosso » Sat Jan 31, 2009 9:48 pm

Can I join?

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Re: Team 200

#71 Postby Zack » Sat Jan 31, 2009 10:22 pm

sosso wrote:Can I join?

85 kg / 187 lb


Sure! Kind of a dead group now, but new members are always allowed. :)
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Re: Team 200

#72 Postby xphilx » Sun Feb 01, 2009 11:50 am

i wanna join, too. 80kg (176lbs) atm but increasing.
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Re: Team 200

#73 Postby Lean and Green » Sun Feb 01, 2009 10:59 pm

DO IT Zack!!!! I am up to 180 (from 171 only 2 1/2 weeks ago; though 5lbs is from good ole creatine water bloat) but i'm not going to make it to 200 but as soon as comp is over, you best believe I will be all over this club as soon as i can heal my shoulder. :twisted:

Troy, just caught that avatar comment, thanks dude! :D Means alot comiong from you. Wish you could make it out here to compete. There's always next time; I'm going to be doing this for some time and i'm sure RC and Jimi will be as well....
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Re: Team 200

#74 Postby xjohanx » Mon Feb 02, 2009 5:24 am

A raw foodist on creatine, now that's something you don't hear about every day.
cubby2112 wrote:When someone says you don't train "functionally," you should just punch them in the face. Ask them how "functional" of a movement that was.

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Re: Team 200

#75 Postby Lean and Green » Mon Feb 02, 2009 11:10 am

xjohanx wrote:A raw foodist on creatine, now that's something you don't hear about every day.



Not sure if that was directed as a 'let down' or an 'interesting'. I don't want to be a part of the whole dogma type have surrounding the lifestyle as a raw foodist. I don't think it's contradicting to my dietary habits and choices.

Creatine is perhaps the only thing outside of a raw diet that I feel is worth doing. I look at other stuff as well. I am trying the aaklg (l-arginine / salt amino acid supp) once again as well because I also feel it to be very effective.

As stated before; the choices i've made toward nutrition and diet were 100% because I felt they would enhance my performance and take me to the top and nothing else would do so as efficiently.

BUT if there was anything I was leaving out the picture that could take me further; like creatine; i'd continue to supplement as omitting it would cause me to lose out on something I felt was beneficial for athletic performance. I still consider my saw a raw foodist 100%; evrything I consume, (outside of creatine and perhaps aakg) is either raw or live ;)
Where do you get your protein?
http://www.VeganProteins.com

Joelk wrote:But as long as people stay away from our cooler bags with our meals and not ask silly questions, we're all pretty tame


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