- Dec 1, 2020
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Fellow 260 bro here. I'm a lean 260 LOL!I ballooned up to 262 pds at 6'1" by the end of December. Decided to start back getting serious with portion control, what I'm eating, and how much I'm exercising. Started on a Couch to 5K app that someone on the old tMB suggested just to help with burning off excess pounds. Been hitting it pretty religiously since I started and with the diet I've lost 8 pounds so far in January. I also had to start back with some kind of weight lifting program. I know if I made it too ambitious or difficult I'd quit soon, so it's pretty damn easy so far. I broke up body areas and opposing muscle groups for each day Monday-Friday with core everyday. I think it's helping a little bit so far. I'm 48 and do not have great genetics so I don't build muscle really fast, and I don't want to stick needles in my leg so it's slow going.
Oh hell yeah bro. I did the Bridge by those guys a few years ago. Took me to another level in strength and I've never lost that foundation.Currently running this:
The Strength III Template is designed for Trainees who want to focus on increasing strength in either the powerlifts or strengthlifts, e.g. the squat, bench press or overhead press, and deadlift.www.barbellmedicine.com
Have run a few of their programs in the past and just cycle through what I have. They are great programs but take some getting used to if you have not used RPE before. Most of them have exercise selection so you can choose what you want to do to not get bored or if you have limited equipment. They also put out tons of great content if you want to learn more of the science behind what they do. Both of the head guys are MDs and are strong AF.