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We #doinwork on same day tomorrow TS? I'm pushing it forward one day for a coworker this week (TOTALLY LEGAL).


Yeah, son. I got:

Chips &
Dip &
Pizza &
Breadsticks &
Ice cream &
Cookies &
Cookies &
Cookies &
Maybe Chinese food or Jamaican &
Popcorn &
Kombucha &
Fiber Bars

My anus is ready.

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Awwwwwwwwwwwwwww yayuh.

I'll tweet about everything. ALL OF IT.

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If twitpic wasn't such s**t, I would too. :(

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Dear.

God.

I am a pickup truck.

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You are America.

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And so can you!

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I realized my bean-eating has dropped off precipitously the last couple of weeks, and it's because I'm just tired of beans. Slow-carbers, anyone have good ways to pimp out black beans or pinto beans so that they don't just taste like salt?

Right now the way I prepare my beans is: Open can. Drain. Rinse. Microwave.

EDIT: cause I'm a swell guy. I found this recipe for a bean/sausage/spinach soup. If you leave out the Parmesan it seems very Slow Carb friendly and I'm going to give it a shot this weekend.

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I'm quitting Slow Carb soon, so fuckya'll, yooooooooo.

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I need to get strict again :( Crock pot beans are way better than canned because you shower them with whatever seasonings you want. The more seasonings the less salty.

Good luckkkkk.

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QUITTERS

TS I better see a f**king 8-pack of washboard abs before I let you quit SCD.

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I believe my heavy 2 hour, 3 times a week workouts are being stunted by the Slow Carb. I also find that at the time of working out, my energy levels are pretty low, so I constantly have to eat a cheat meal (usually cottage cheese with a scoop of flavored whey and almond butter) an hour prior to workout to get decent results. I might be totally wrong as well, who the f**k knows. As long as I've been on this, my results have not been as optimal as all you fatties (no offense) trying it.

My friend Power in Rhode Island: Starting weight = 204, current weight = 185
chunk: Starting weight = a million pounds, current weight = between 195 and 200
omni: Starting weight = a million pounds, current weight = 194 (?) (don't remeber off the top of my head, dawg)
doom: Starting weight = something, current weight = something - 30 = less than starting something

me: SW: 207 CW: 197
That is f**king nothing, guys. Lowest I've been was 194, prior to working out. I've lost inches, gotten bigger arms, and am working to a better, sculpted, more sessy, still balding TS, but, if I followed a healthy food regimen, with regular carbs, I believe I would get better results quicker.

Plus f**k beans in the morning so sick of that s**t, damn.

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Here's what I do every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Monday: Back & Triceps

8 min. cardio warmup.
Deadlifts 3x
Close Grip Bench Press 3x
Pull Ups 3x
Skullcrushers 3x
Dumbbell Rows 2x
Tricep Dips 3x
20 min. cardio

Wednesday: Chest & Bicep

8 min. cardio warmup.
Chin Ups 3x
Incline Flyes 3x
Concentration Curls 3x
Flat Bench Press 3x
Hammer Curls 2x
Dips 2x
20 min. cardio

Friday: Legs & Shoulders

8 min. cardio warmup
Squats 3x
Full Press 3x
Stiff Leg Deadlifts 3x
Laterals 3x
Upright Rows 3x
20 min. cardio

Since we're getting pretty tired of doing 20 minutes of cardio after our workouts, we're going to be implementing circuit training into our workouts (ex. sets of jumping jacks, jump rope, or interval cardio in between sets of exercises) starting next week.

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For the record, My starting weight = 194. My current weight is 162. My goal is 155 with 12% BF which is totally doable in the next few months. I agree that exercise and weights is a key to that, especially if you're starting out at a fairly normal weight. My 2.5-3 lbs a week loss is down to about a pound a week.

Maybe we need a workout thread. I quit my gym 4 months ago, and I'm doing body weight training with pushups, body weight rows (with a thingy that hooks into the door frame), tricep dips from the coffee table, etc. So far it's a good combo with SCD.

And TS, let's see 'dem abs, brah.

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Yeah, I'm all for working out, but to say the slow carb has been holding you back seems odd. You're getting jacked which will prevent you from ever being low in weight.

I have severe tendonitis apparently that's preventing me from working out. Being stressed about that is making me not follow the diet. LAME.

Also i started 304 and am at 248 after dropping to 239 a few weeks ago. Am in size 36s comfortably still, so yay progress.

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@OMNI

Follow the diet, get on the wagon. Track your weight daily. Keep your protein up in the morning. Make it a ritual again, even if that means not going out with people for a while. As long as you are trending down week to week, that's what matters.

Also, for TS, are you tracking your BF%? I know towards your goal weight you will be swapping more muscle for fat and so you might actual gain weight during recomposition. I want to find a place that'll do an accurate BF% calculation for me. My scale says I'm 21%, and according to some online algorithms based on what the Army and Navy and Marines do, I'm everywhere from 17% to 22%. I want to be 12-13% and based on pictures I can see online I'm about 18-20%.

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I started at either 25% or 24%. Currently at 19%. No abs to see, bot. It's just a pouch of fluff.

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Same here. Started out at 30, down to 19. on paper that's pretty badass, but I still have a spare tire and will probably lose another 3 inches off my waist before I'm done. I'm not counting on seeing individual abs, but seeing some kind of definition in my torso will be awesome.

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I got some slight side definition, but a jiggly puff smack in the middle.

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So, I think I'll try this for a month. Right now, I'm about 210. Not too heavy looking but could definitely use trimming around the edges.

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DO IT. Get the book The Four Hour Body first. Read it, understand it, live it for a month and lose some weight. I hope you like beans!

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Yesterday I did the first weight lifting I'd done since middle school I think. I can bench 100. Which is, I don't know, okay for someone who never exercises? Maybe?

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Crossed into the 150s today. Tomorrow is cheat day and I'm going to cheat LIKE A BOSS.

EDIT: footnote on that soup recipe. It is, in that urban parlance, "da bomb". Even non slow carbers ought to try it.

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I made this last night. I had to improvise a couple of things because I didn't have exactly all the ingredients, and I doubled the meat (as is my way HEY LADIES). It turned out pretty well, and I burned my tongue because I couldn't wait to eat it. I have a bunch left over and I will be eating that later tonight. I should have brought it to work with me, but alas I did not.

I asked my wife if we have a dutch oven, and she apparently didn't realize that is an actual cooking item and not just an urban dictionary entry. Then we had to explain some stuff to Emily. Then I just used a regular pan.

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I asked my wife if we have a dutch oven, and she apparently didn't realize that is an actual cooking item and not just an urban dictionary entry. Then we had to explain some stuff to Emily. Then I just used a regular pan.


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So, I haven't gotten the book yet but I have; based on website, been doing this diet for about a week and a half. With a few given into temptations. :shifty:
So much dietary fiber haha. My body does feel kind of good though from eating better. Definitely going to try and stick with it.

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Do it, son. I have lost 35 lbs in 5 months and after about the first month it's pretty easy to stick with the diet. I have never had an unplanned "cheat" outside of my cheat day. Regularity is sometimes an *ahem* issue, so get to eatin' that broccoli, son!

Lentils, beans, eggs, chicken, brocolli and spinach. If you like at least 4 of those things you'll do fine, since that's about 90% of what you'll eat 6 days a week.

And the more you sneak in cheat food the harder it is to stick with the diet.

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That's awesome! Would it be ok if I had fruit for breakfast every morning or every other morning?

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Repeat after me: Fruit is Sugar. Sugar is Bad. Mmmkay?

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Dammit. I will eat some on the cheat day then I guess.

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