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Fadi

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A) What was your weight the day you touched the weights?

B) What has been your lightest and heaviest bodyweight since the day you touched the weights?

C) How tall are you?

D)Your current weight?

E) Your age this year?

F) Year began training?

A) 60kg
B) 60kg...90kg
C) 5,3"...162.5cm
D) 80kg
E) 52 in August
F) 1980

Over to you...
 
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spartacus

Well-known member
i have actually shrunk in height, I used to be 186.5cm

A) What was your weight the day you touched the weights? 69-70kg

B) What has been your lightest and heaviest bodyweight since the day you touched the weights? heaviest 105kg.

C) How tall are you? 185cm in morning

D)Your current weight? 85.3kg this morning, I am now back to weight I was in mid-1980s.

E) Your age this year? 56

F) Year began training? consistent training 1979.
 

simo74

Manky Pommie Kunce
A. 63 in 1990
B. 95 in 2004, 73 in 2016
C. 172
D. 83.3 last night after training
E. 43 in August
F. 1990 but have had many breaks along the way longest being 10 years between 2006 and 2016

Rob
 
A) What was your weight the day you touched the weights? - 58kg


B) What has been your lightest and heaviest bodyweight since the day you touched the weights? - 58kg and 88kg

C) How tall are you? - 5'10"

D)Your current weight? 86kg

E) Your age this year? - 56

F) Year began training? - 1980
 
S

Stiffy

Guest
A) 68kg

B) 68kg - 117kg

C) 187-188cm

D) 107kg

E) Not sure

F) Year began training? Structured program: 1987, first picked up a Barbell and Dumbells 1984
 

D1cko

Extra Large Member
A) What was your weight the day you touched the weights? Can't remember, somewhere in the low 100's I'd say- and about 30% bodyfat.

B) What has been your lightest and heaviest bodyweight since the day you touched the weights? About 104kg, and currently at my heaviest- close to 130kg.

C) How tall are you? About 193cm

D)Your current weight? Close to 130kg

E) Your age this year? 34

F) Year began training? 2011, when I joined this forum.
 

Sandin Face

Member
A) dunno - I was basically skinny, but with a gut coming on from age 27 (after I quit smoking) - I'd guess about 77kg, maybe less

B) ? to about 90kg

C) 177cm - I've also shrunk a bit since my youth

D) 85.4kg

E) 55 in May

F) about 1988 - 1996, not always consistently; 2003-2006, ditto; pretty consistently from 2011 - mid 2015, injured, re-started 2017
 
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showdownhero

beast mode
Staff member
A) What was your weight the day you touched the weights? 77kg

B) What has been your lightest and heaviest bodyweight since the day you touched the weights? Since adding some newbie gains of mass 78kg-91kg

C) How tall are you? 181cm 5'11"

D)Your current weight? 83.6kg

E) Your age this year? 33 in August

F) Year began training? October 2008
 

Timeah

Captain Kunce
A) What was your weight the day you touched the weights? 77kg

B) What has been your lightest and heaviest bodyweight since the day you touched the weights? Since adding some newbie gains of mass 78kg-91kg

C) How tall are you? 181cm 5'11"

D)Your current weight? 83.6kg

E) Your age this year? 33 in August

F) Year began training? October 2008
Got some height on you mate. Good. More room for more muscles haha.
Seriously though you are in a great place. 90kg lean should be more than achievable long term.

Plan to add more meat after the cut?

Tim.
 

showdownhero

beast mode
Staff member
Got some height on you mate. Good. More room for more muscles haha.
Seriously though you are in a great place. 90kg lean should be more than achievable long term.

Plan to add more meat after the cut?

Tim.
Yeah absolutely, really want to add some strength to my Squat and Shoulder Press numbers (which should mean some muscle gain) as I feel like they're lagging. Will go to maintenance calories or just above, although I really don't want to go overboard on the calories like I did late last year.

Just want a diet I can easily adhere to (which should be easy eating 2800-3000 cals) and allows me to train consistently whilst getting results :)
 

Timeah

Captain Kunce
That's it man. Eat for performance. Eat to gain .25 or .5kg every 3 or 4 weeks i reckon is the go. Easy to stay on top of.

Tim.
 
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