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  • MarcyMavinMarcyMavin Posts: 108Member Member Posts: 108Member Member
    fitom80 wrote: »
    107kg/236lbs to 84kg/185lbs in 2 years
    ...
    Then I started in april 2018 with home strength training... photos from 3 months (81kg/177lbs) to 1 year (86kg/190lbs) il7la7a4cc6r.jpg


    Are you following a known strength program? Or one made specifically for you?

    Asking for friend, really. You look great.
    edited November 25
  • fitom80fitom80 Posts: 82Member Member Posts: 82Member Member
    MarcyMavin wrote: »
    fitom80 wrote: »
    107kg/236lbs to 84kg/185lbs in 2 years
    ...
    Then I started in april 2018 with home strength training... photos from 3 months (81kg/177lbs) to 1 year (86kg/190lbs) il7la7a4cc6r.jpg


    Are you following a known strength program? Or one made specifically for you?

    Asking for friend, really. You look great.

    Thank you Marcy. I follow known rules for natural bodybuilding and my workout varries in time. Most of time I do 2 x 3 day split per week, 11-15 sets for bigger/more complex muscle groups and 9-12 for smaller. Trying to finish in 1hr and mix heavy and less heavy workouts to be able to recover. Still learning lot, not an expert. (but e.g. started with full body every 2 days and was slowly splitting and adding sets to get most of progressive overload without strong DOMS and pushing too much on weights in the early beginning)
    edited November 25
  • MarcyMavinMarcyMavin Posts: 108Member Member Posts: 108Member Member
    @fitom80 Got it, thanks!!
  • Devil_DawgDevil_Dawg Posts: 119Member Member Posts: 119Member Member
    5pqn48orpcb9.jpg

    My starting weight was 200 lbs and I am currently 135 lbs. I still plan on losing 10 more lbs but have decided to take a short break for now and hopefully maintain! Everyone looks great :)
    Wow you look great

  • mtaratootmtaratoot Posts: 1,674Member Member Posts: 1,674Member Member
    alexmose wrote: »
    dspv5tsyqi7z.jpeg

    This is my recomp of one year Dec 2018 - Dec 2019. I have been as high as 118lbs and low as 108lbs this year. Happy with the arm and face changed though!

    Left:
    115lbs
    19.6% BF

    Right:
    111lbs
    19.2% BF

    Calories: 1800 before exercise
    Macros: 110P, 200C, 51F

    The process is painfully slow but at least I see results! Planning to bulk to 118 by March and then try to cut. Wish me luck.

    I am inspired, and I am setting my goal to follow your example. I lost some LBM when I lost weight, and my 2020 goal is to get my BF down. I am starting just a tiny bit above where you did a year ago. Thanks for the inspiration.
  • HufflepuffGrl9HufflepuffGrl9 Posts: 201Member Member Posts: 201Member Member
    GregInORL wrote: »
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    Finally put all the pieces together for a great half marathon run! 1hr 42minutes! Felt so good to run close to my potential, as my last few halfs have all had problems.

    Way to be!!!! 🏃🌟✨🥳🎊🎉💪
  • alexmosealexmose Posts: 199Member Member Posts: 199Member Member
    mtaratoot wrote: »
    alexmose wrote: »
    dspv5tsyqi7z.jpeg

    This is my recomp of one year Dec 2018 - Dec 2019. I have been as high as 118lbs and low as 108lbs this year. Happy with the arm and face changed though!

    Left:
    115lbs
    19.6% BF

    Right:
    111lbs
    19.2% BF

    Calories: 1800 before exercise
    Macros: 110P, 200C, 51F

    The process is painfully slow but at least I see results! Planning to bulk to 118 by March and then try to cut. Wish me luck.

    I am inspired, and I am setting my goal to follow your example. I lost some LBM when I lost weight, and my 2020 goal is to get my BF down. I am starting just a tiny bit above where you did a year ago. Thanks for the inspiration.

    Holy smokes you got this!! The process was SLOW but worth it!
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