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Old 01-14-2013, 11:13 AM   #2954
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I currently weigh in at 235 (I'm 5'10") and I would like to "tone" (haha) down to about 210-215 ish. I think I would look and feel much better. There is absolutely no reason why I cannot gain strength and still reach my goals in just losing 20 lbs very slowly. I would never want to be under 200 lbs tho.
Looks like you are pretty much where I was at last July ,
I too am 5’ 10” and was 233lbs after I did my run of smolov in the summer, so decided to come back down.
Spend all August through October very slowly coming down and came in on the last meet at 213lbs
It can easily be done and you certainly have the tools to do it…

For some reason I always thought you were taller than 5’ 10”

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I am bound and determined to look and fell better and reach my goals of a 500+ pull, a 315+ bench, and a 450+ squat along the way. This is and always will be my priority.

When I set my mind to something, I get it. My mind is set.
Cant wait to see you make this happen Jim.
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