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    About how high do you expect your weight to be at the end of the bulk? And what weight do you expect to compete at?

    I do hope you keep this thread going bro. I love reading this stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1bigun11 View Post
    About how high do you expect your weight to be at the end of the bulk? And what weight do you expect to compete at?

    I do hope you keep this thread going bro. I love reading this stuff!
    I just went through my old journals/logs for the 2010 Jay Cutler Classic (May) and 2010 NPC New Englands (October). I was Light Heavy at both, but at the bottom end. I was 178 Lbs for the Cutler and 181 Lbs for the New Englands. I started my prep in December of 2009 at about 202 Lbs. I was pleased with my showing at the Cutler, but was awful at the New Englands. I Skip (shit) Loaded for the Cutler and carb depleted for the New Englands. The Skip Load worked great and I responded well, but spent about an hour on the toilet after prejudging. I thought I'd try something different for the New Englands and I spilled over, lacked conditioning, tried the commercial spray tan for the first time and looked like a melting chocolate bar under the lights. My wife usual does my tan, but was away for some reason. I'm a pasty white guy and my skin just sucked up the commercial spray shit. That's the great thing about keeping a log, I can now see some key mistakes four years later. My supplements were different for both. Different esters = different effects, but I digress, LOL. To answer your question, I'm hoping to get up to about 212 Lbs.
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    Chuck I know u weren't happy with ur New England show but u got to get some credit for that show too. Believe me I am not a judge but u were in the most toughest class at that show. That was the most talented class there that day. You competed in the toughest class and you need props for that. However, like you said the good thing about keeping logs is you can go back and see what you did before and what worked and what didn't. Knowing you all these years I know come November 1st you will be ready for this show

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    thanks Mike, I've always appreciated your support
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    told my wife I was taking the day off from training and she gave me a honey-do-list
    yard work counts as cardio, right?
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    Hard work is good cardio for sure!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckaZulu View Post
    told my wife I was taking the day off from training and she gave me a honey-do-list
    yard work counts as cardio, right?
    I always count mowing the lawn as a cardio session

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    Good luck, 20 weeks should give you time to prepare.
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    I have everything in order now. Supplements, food, training, etc. I start back up with my DC Training today. I wanted to get a few solid weeks in with my 4-day split before getting back at it. I'm weighing in at 202 Lbs (fasting) and still on my blast, but eating clean. I may do the NPC New York State Grand Prix in Poughkeepsie as a warm-up. I did that show back in 2001 in its first year. Kai Greene will be guest posing.
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    Looking forward to following along!

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