|05-17-2010, 01:52 PM||#1|
Join Date: May 2010
Location: Garden City, KS
Training Type: General Fitness
Fav Exercise: deadlift
bas781 - Linear Progression
Not interested in competing for the bulk competition or even the free supps.
I'm just plain tired of duplicating my written log over at bodybuilding.com
A bit of background on me & this log right quick: In May 2008 I was a really out of shape 250 lbs. at probably 25-30% BF.
Over the course of the next year and a half I cut down to my leanest which was about 185 lbs. at roughly 10% BF (far too skinny, looked like a POW). I put back on about 5-10 lbs. since the fall.
This is at around 190-195 lbs - June 2009. This is roughly my starting point for SS.
I used to crossfit, but now I just want to gain strength. Not really a bodybuilder, just want to not be a weakling. I've been on Starting Strength strictly since April 1, 2010. Start - Apr. 1: 6'4, 191 lbs., probably around 14% BF. Today: 6'4, 211.4 lbs, probably around 15.5% BF. I'll have up to date pictures soon of the progress, but really just wanted a secondary place to store the training logs.
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