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My V-Diet Result: THANK YOU I HAVE A LIFE AGAIN


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I did my V-Diet in Feb-Mar and after the transition did the 2500-3000 cal high protein small meal thing with pretty good results. I do cardio 2 times a week, lift 3-times, and do at least 4 NEPA walks.

I now take no stimulants, started the creatine thing and am trying to put on some muscle. I plan on doing 1 more v-diet in mid Aug to get the BF down low and curb my cravings for pork rinds latte’s. I also eat out almost every day, but stick to grilled seafood, steamed veggies, and light beer keeping the carbs in check still losing slow and steady.

I love the HOT-ROX but admit that I had to switch protein shakes. I now mix the GNC whey protein complex with a little of the better tasting muscle milk or On. After I ran out of Surge, I just went with chocolate milk mix added to the lo carb protein. I still do 3 shakes a day but now with peanut butter and oatmeal added.


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Fantastic change! Bet you must be feeling pretty good now. Well done!


#4

lol@ pork rind lattes

sounds good to me

srsly though you look great, keep it up. That is a major change over the course of months.


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Thanks for the kind words. Getting better every day so will probably stick to what’s working and just shake up my routine. I need some more muscle to fill several areas of empty skin… I also need to find more lotion for the mid section to tighten the skin back up.

I still have some fat spots, but I can see them melt away a bit each week.

Again. Thanks for the velocity and great Biotest products… HOT-ROX Extreme, Spike, the BCAAs, and Flameout rock. Shakes are good, esp for the price.

T-Nation rocks, even for the not so serious recreational fitness lifter like me.


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forget superman, we have velocity man… it is impossible to back down to goggles like that… Shugart has created a new race of superhero


#8

Great job. Skys the limit!


#9

Too bad your photo shop skills aren’t as good as your weight loss.


#10

I guess I am no longer a V-Guy so will post any future stuff on other boards.

Thanks again for everything. The V-diet and anabolic principles outlined here changed my life.

I ended up not needing a second V-diet as I continue to progress and add muscle just doing what I am doing. I am now 162lbs, at 10%bf, developing some muscle, getting stronger/faster and eating mostly clean food all day long.

Keeping it simple with 2-3 shakes, a pre-workout nos drink, plus 3-4 small meals, and one family dinner each day. I cut the NEPA, do only 20min cardio warm-up prior to lifting for 40-60 minutes, 5 days a week.

I’ve inspired 2 others, who both now lost 30lbs+ It was the drastic V-diet that jump started their lifestyle change as well.

Best Regards


#11

Mate, results and positive reflections like yours are what have convinced me to do the diet. Congratulations, you look like a completely different guy!


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