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    Yeah, I'm pretty strict on it. You'll make progress if you do it about 80%, but it honestly gets easier. After a while I found myself not even wanting carbs. I have to force myself to eat them around the workout time.

    I'm leaving the "boobies" comment alone. Too many easy ones with that statement, but Red's about a foot taller than me, and RW is even tougher than him!

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    Here are a couple of pics of JP from about a week ago, to prove he hasn't regressed into a tub of lard. He was giving my son his first guitar lesson:




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    That is SOOO cute, RL. He was wailing on that axe, wasn't he?

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    How high is that jump? Pretty impressive!

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    Your are on the right track. Good job

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    Since this was bumped I might as well put some new updated pics on here.



    Mass is way down. Don't really care though. Still seem to be hanging around 10-12% bodyfat. I weigh 170. I am not back in the gym yet. I went a couple of weeks ago because it had been so long, but I haven't been back since. It's been over a year since I trained consistently. I do get some exercise with extracurricular activities I guess.

    My nutrition pretty much sucks. I try to follow the TNT diet, but find myself sneaking chocolate chips or pancake batter or cookie dough (lots of temptation making goodies for the kids). I eat a lot of fresh veggies and more fish than I have ever eaten in all the previous years combined.

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    JP, that's just siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiick that your abz are that ripped with no effort.

    You suck.


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    holy crap you look good!

    a testament to the "less is more" maybe?

    or that having good genetics is the real secret? lol

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    I wouldn't say "no effort" or just genetics. I would say "past effort." There was a day that I trained like a mo-fo! That and probably a little boost from my genes. I can't give it all to genes though because my parents looked old by 40. And although I sneak in little bites of sweets here and there, my total calorie consumption is probably pretty good, and I eat very little processed food.

    I may start working out now that we are winding down to the last couple of months before the summit. I haven't avoided the gym out of sheer laziness. I was just really burned out on weights, my (former) career, my (former) life in general, but I do run around a lot after the kids and I have a few other activities that probably burn a few calories. Once I'm out of "survival mode" I will probably start hitting the weights again.

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    Lookin' hot JP!!

    The question I have is how are you FEELING? I mean all your previous aches and pains and such ... shoulders etc.?

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    Nicely RIPT!!

    And since I know that you are a CG player I won't tease you about those purty long fingernails on that right hand. LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by "kfisherx":10xnad7m
    Nicely RIPT!!

    And since I know that you are a CG player I won't tease you about those purty long fingernails on that right hand. LOL!
    I used to get the funniest looks from people in the gym when I complained about breaking a nail in the gym.

    I never used to pay attention or care about it until I realized that many people saw it and quietly freaked out until they realized why my nails are so long on my right hand. Now I usually offer an explanation when I see people looking at my hand. They always say, "Oh, I didn't even notice," but I can see the expression of relief on their face.

    I have a couple of gigs booked over the next couple of weeks, speaking of CG. I actually practiced last Saturday (I have terrible discipline).

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    Looking great, JP...I'm jealous...

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    Quote Originally Posted by "Jean-Paul":2kpprh92
    I wouldn't say "no effort" or just genetics. I would say "past effort." There was a day that I trained like a mo-fo! That and probably a little boost from my genes. I can't give it all to genes though because my parents looked old by 40. And although I sneak in little bites of sweets here and there, my total calorie consumption is probably pretty good, and I eat very little processed food.

    I may start working out now that we are winding down to the last couple of months before the summit. I haven't avoided the gym out of sheer laziness. I was just really burned out on weights, my (former) career, my (former) life in general, but I do run around a lot after the kids and I have a few other activities that probably burn a few calories. Once I'm out of "survival mode" I will probably start hitting the weights again.
    If you're sick of gym-intensive weights, it looks like you can maintain on a more "old school" kind of program and be ripped even approaching 60:
    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/high-...washboard-abs/

    I really like Mark's website, though I haven't risen to his challenge yet, and I have also not bought his book nor supplements, despite being tempted.



    Cheers!

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    A friend of mine sent me a copy of P90X. We're gonna start it next week. I don't know what you guys think about it but it's basically a 90 day bootcamp for dieting. It actually looks fun and different. Should make for an interesting 90 days and we're gonna have a little competition which is always inspiring.

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    Great job brother!

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    Indeed you do loearn something new everyday.

    Your updates are keeping me motivated!

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