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Old 11-14-2014, 09:38 PM
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nice work, great program!
Thanks I feel like I've let myself down a bit but I will come in looking much leaner on photo day.

Program is great. MRT is still the King though.

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Looks like you hair went through a pretty incredible transformation too

Great work, Peter. You can definitely see a difference in your chest and midsection. Keep pushing brother!
Thanks brother. Yes my hair is looking a little unruly isn't it. lol.

Post workout hat hair I believe it's call. It's a serious medical condition
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Old 11-15-2014, 11:41 AM
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Damn…wish I had amazing hair like that! lol

Great job though bud...
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Old 11-15-2014, 02:56 PM
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Sorry struggling to keep this thread updated. I'm doing alright still but could be doing better on the diet front. The focus I had earlier on is not so prominent now but I am still getting leaner (just not as quickly as I should be).

Regardless though I jumped on a new program this week. Meatheads 5.

Can you believe I've never done this program! I've always meant to but something else always came along.

So far I've completed workout a and b and I'm loving it. I'm only doing 2 rounds per superset this week and will bump it up to full volume next week.

Workout A

1a) Deadlift - 140kg x 8 x 2
1b) 1-arm DB Military Press - 20kg x 8 x 2 per side

2a) BB Walking Lunges - 40kg x 12 x 2 per leg
2b) X-body mountain climbers - bw x 24 x 2
2c) TRX Tricep Extensions - bw x 10 x 2

3a) Snatch Grip Shrug Pull - 50kg x 8 x 2
3b) DB RDR - 5kg x 10 x 2
3c) Single leg calf raise - bw x 12 x 2 per leg

Workout B

1a) DB Chest Press - 30kg x 10 x 2
1b) Chin-up with knee-up - bw x 10 x 2

2a) Close Grip Bench Press - 60kg x 8 x 1, 65kg x 8 x 1
2b) Hanging knee raise (shins to bar) - bw x 6/6

3a) Decline CG Pushup - bw x 20/15
3b) Underhand grip ring row - bw x 15 x 2

Finisher
Prowler Sprints - 6 sprints in 10 minutes followed by possible heart failure!

Workout B is a doozy. Talk about upper body pump this one really hit the spot.

Workout C

1a) BB Split Squat - 80kg x 10 x 2
1b) Valslide Jackknifes - bw x 20 x 2

2a) DB Step-up - 15's x 12 x 2
2b) Glute Ham Raise - bw x 10 x 2

3a) Close Stance Bodyweight Squat - 30 x 2
3b) Spiderman Pushups - bw x 20 x 2

Workout D

1a) DB Incline Press - 25kg x 6 x 1, 27.5kg x 6 x 1
1b) DB Row - 35kg x 6 x 2

2a) Burpee pullup combo (on rings) - bw x 10 x 2

3a) DB CSR - 25kg x 12 x 2
3b) 3/4 rep dips - bw x 15 x 2
3c) EZE bar curls - 25kg x 10 x 2

Finisher: Treadmill hill sprints 24/36 x 6 @ 17.5/Incline 5

So ends my intro week. Up to full volume next week.

Bit under a week to go and I'll take my after photos and decide whether it's worth submitting an entry.



Here is a side by side. The photo on the left is day one and the photo on the right was taken earlier this week. I still have some lower belly fat to remove but my definition is definitely coming back. A concerted effort this week will make a big difference. We shall see.....
Hi Peter

I know you don't know me, personally, but you have may read some of my posts. Here or on the green tea.

Anyhow, my advice is submit your photos anyway. I'm at a millionaire mind seminar yesterday and they said most people stop running just short of the finish line. You (and everyone else in the contest for that matter) are just short of the finish line. In my opinion if you don't submit it, then you don't finish. and being a CTTer (I think CTT anyway, correct me if wrong), you finish what you start. I am not happy with my results, mostly due to poor diet but I am going to submit anyway because I want to be known as a champion and known as someone who finishes things.

another quote I heard this weekend is how you do anything is how you do everything. Let that sink in, and submit the photos anyway. You never know and what's more important is the journey and building the habit of finishing.

Cheers and keep up the good work

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Old 11-15-2014, 05:30 PM
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Haha Nestor a bit of peroxide and a haircut and you can be my little mini me!

Thanks for taking the time to reply Blake it's much appreciated.

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Old 11-18-2014, 03:12 AM
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Looking good, Peter! You're working hard, I can tell.
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Old 11-18-2014, 01:54 PM
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Looking good, Peter! You're working hard, I can tell.
Thanks Maureen. I'm definitely working hard in all aspects of my life right now! Nice to be able to train 4 days per week again without the interruption of night shift.

Diet wise I've been much more moderate this time around. My diet is pretty good all I've really done this time around is remove my morning bulletproof coffee. That's 60g of fat per day = around 3500 calories per week and a steady rate of fat loss.

Goes to show you don't have to go to extremes to get decent results.
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