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Old 04-29-2011, 06:40 PM   #8
J_Byrd
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Your diet looks pretty good to me. I was on the other end when I started the weight loss (my diet sucked). I am doing it slow and steady. Been losing a lb or 2 a week. My body fat is probably alot higher than yours though. The good news is that during the weight loss I have continued to make strength gains. I have found that as long as I keep my protein high, lots of water, and good sleep, I can keep on track. To avoid cardio, on accessory days, I try do them in supersets to keep the heart rate up.
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