Discussion in 'All About Training' started by Rudedog, Feb 7, 2014.
The only man in history to go to 2% body fat and live to tell the tale. :biggrin:
Messing around with a concoction of white wine and glucose a couple of months after getting the all clear to train legs again following quad detachment and snapping of patellar tendon.
On stage at a UKBFF qualifier after deciding to jettison a load of muscle and do the under 80kg intermediates.
I failed and ended up at around 81kg and had to do the openweight class (wasn't an under 90kg intermediates at the time). Should have just competed at 85/86kg instead. Gah.
(I'm on the right, by the way, looking emaciated. Won't try that again).
The only man to be that lean and finish last hahahaha
Got some nice definition there mate!
OK so the vid is 'full body' but after years of reoccurring hip and quad probs I felt my legs were suffering, 6 months on with no probs of note and high volume work rather than heavy and things have started to improve
looking large DV! You need to compete mate!
Cheers, mate..... it is something I keep saying I should try before it's too late just to see what it's like. Planned to for my 40th but tore my bicep a year or so before and lost the drive a bit
no time like the present mate, set a date early next year with plenty of time for wiggle room!
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