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Old 10-17-2013, 08:52 AM   #854
jdmalm123
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Putting serious work in JD. What's your bw at?
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You are doing some great stuff. It's very well thought out. I am curious about your body weight too.
Thanks.

I really like the programming and workload. It's allowing me to make progress on the big lifts, keeping me mobile, helping to rehab injuries and, letting me get in a satisfying workout while still recovering enough to work and be in the gym 5 days per week.

BW is DOWN from a top end of 202 to 193 and holding there. I stopped using "T" a few weeks ago and the drop off appears to be mostly fluid. I think some of my injuries and pain were partially related to the supplementation.

That's still 10 lbs gained this year (and I'm leaner now) plus it seems I've kept over 90% of the strength I've gained while assisted.
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