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Salad Boy

How many of you are happy with your body currently?

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Title says it all.

 

I'm interested in how many people at Tribot are actually comfortable with their aesthetics currently, and those of you who have actually seriously thought about changing the state of your fitness/strength etc...

 

Leave all your thoughts and opinions below, thank you very much.

 

 

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At the start of winter, I had my body fat percentage below 15% or so. Can't say for sure. I worked out 6 days out of the week for at least an hour per day.

 

This semester I've only been working out a few times per week, but overall I'm very pleased with my aesthetics, as well as my fitness.

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Title says it all.

 

I'm interested in how many people at Tribot are actually comfortable with their aesthetics currently, and those of you who have actually seriously thought about changing the state of your fitness/strength etc...

 

Leave all your thoughts and opinions below, thank you very much.

 

 

:heart:

 

I love my body. I am one of the lucky few with a fast metabolism. Some people like muscles but I like being skinny and eating whenever I want because it is the best.

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I'd say I'm satisfied with where I'm at.

I'm at the gym strength training 5-6 times a week. I eat about 3 bowls of raw spinach a day with tons of chicken breasts or any other protein from the dining facility. I haven't been doing any cardio for the past 7 months but do abs every other day going to start cutting next month and incorporating cardio into my days.

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used to workout a lot then i graduated college and kind of slipped away, hoping to get back into it

So yea not happy with my body atm :D

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I'm somewhat happy with the way I am. I use to go to the gym 4-5 times a week but since starting full time work as made that go completely. Luckily I'm blessed with a fast metabolism so I can somewhat eat what I want for now.

All in all I'm okay with my body. But I'd like to get back to training soon...

Matt

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I'd like to get just a few more bf % off to show my abs :) Working out 4-5 times a week tho, but it's going alright :)

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Always can do better. Acknowledge your progress but never be satisfied. Always looking for better and more results.

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On 6/26/2015 at 2:34 PM, GYMRVT said:

Always can do better. Acknowledge your progress but never be satisfied. Always looking for better and more results.

As a perfectionist, I live by this ideology by nature, not by choice. No matter how far I come, there are always improvements I can make. Luckily I was gifted with freakishly good genetics when it comes to building muscle and losing fat (tradeoff for being 5'5" I guess), but even though I make progress 2-3 times faster than average, it still seems like it is taking forever.

To answer your question OP, no, I am not satisfied. That said, I am nearing the point at which I would be comfortable going to a public pool, which is I suppose a better way for me to gauge it.

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On 3/27/2015 at 9:46 AM, Salad Boy said:

Title says it all.

 

I'm interested in how many people at Tribot are actually comfortable with their aesthetics currently, and those of you who have actually seriously thought about changing the state of your fitness/strength etc...

 

Leave all your thoughts and opinions below, thank you very much.

 

 

:heart:

 

To put it in simple words, the day you become complacent with your "aesthetics' is the day you lost the battle :P

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A high volume of pushups, sit-ups, crunches and leg raises are great and simple..

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