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Old 01-07-2010, 11:21 AM   #12
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I think both can be difficult. Some people struggle with eating habits and it's can be a real challenge going from overweight or obese to normal weight. IMO though I think it harder to get into contest shape. It is just mentally and physically draining. To me the last 5-6 weeks were very difficult. You have no energy and your not getting very much food. Half the time I didnt even want to get out of the bed haha. But you still have workouts and cardio to do as well. The post contest meal makes it worth it though
This is not what I want ot hear, kidding I know it's gonna be tough.
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