Gotitans weight loss for men?

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  1. CRUDS

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    Is that hashish?
     
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  2. SawdustMan

    SawdustMan #ChampChamp

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    I'm down 21lb since starting this cut. As of this morning I'm a lean and mean 169.5 @ 5'11". My bench and squat have plummeted but everything else has maintained pretty well. Right now I'm at the point where I'm trying to decide if I wanna go for the 6-pack or just start bulking again. Still got a little bit fat on lower stomach and sides. Want that 6-pack but my workouts are starting to become pretty grueling and sluggish. I'm ready to get back to crushing PRs (and food lol).

    How you looking @520 ?
     
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  3. 520

    520 2020 GOAT CHAMP from 3-7 to champ

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    I been steady at 297 the last couple weeks. Lost 30 from my highest weight. Gonna start back cutting tomorrow. This time of year there's a lot of b days and holidays so a lot of eating I don't usually do, so I been just trying to maintain and I have. The next 20 or so should fall off fairly easy then it starts getting tough for me.so at 6 3 I'm at 297. Fit into my old 42 waist pants again so that like triples my wardrobe lol
     
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  4. Fry

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    Tore my rotator cuff. Haven't lifted since the middle of May. Currently in physical therapy.

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  5. SawdustMan

    SawdustMan #ChampChamp

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    That really sucks man. I've been dealing with a nagging rotator cuff injury myself. Not a tear but I just keep tweaking it and having to take weeks off at a time from benching and pressing to avoid a full blown tear. At this point I've given up on overhead pressing and am just sticking to low weight high reps on bench. Sucks cause shoulders and chest are the main things I want for vanity purposes but gotta listen to your body.
     
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  6. SawdustMan

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    Hell yeah man. 30lb is something to be proud of. It takes hard work and dedication but it's so worth it when you started seeing the results.
     
  7. Fry

    Fry Welcome to the land of tomorrow!

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    Want to get jacked? Drink chocolate milk.

    Benefits of Chocolate Milk as a Recovery Drink

    I've been seeing these commercials during the NBA playoffs and on ESPN. Even after going to the website I can't tell exactly what it is. Is this just a lobbying group trying to push chocolate milk as a healthy recovery drink or is this specifically "formulated" for recovery after performance?

    I don't see any nutritional values on the site, which I'm guessing isn't an accident.

    EDIT: Lobbying group.

    Apolo Ohno stars In Chocolate Milk Campaign for MilkPEP | CMO Strategy - Advertising Age
     
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  8. Dee

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    Have you tried this?? Is it just straight up milk??
     
  9. Dee

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    @520 what you down too??? It's been over a year now lol
     
  10. Dee

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    So I found my most comfortable weight. About two years ago, I was about 175-180 decided to put on some lbs.

    Got to about 225 and I felt stronger but I didn't feel as good. I'm down to 215 and this is probably the best I've felt in a long time. Very explosive. Cardio is top notch.

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    First pic I was about 170

    Second pic is at 215

    Abs of steel son
     
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