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Vanity, vanity. Which is more narcissistic: posting a picture like this that shows negligible improvements or NOT posting a picture because my 30-Day Body Challenge turned out to be more of a fail? I'm sharing this--Yes, it really is me--because I wanted to let the world know that regardless of how miniscule the improvements, as long as you are focused, disciplined and motivated, nothing can deter you from reaching (and exceeding) your vision. While this is merely the start of my 3-year body transformation, I am committed to realizing my dream despite failure and disappointment along the way. I am not fishing for compliments, just hoping to encourage others who, like me, see NO CHANGE IN THEIR BODIES, DESPITE REGIMENTED DIET AND TRAINING. To chroniclemy journey, I will be taking photos of myself every 30 days. I expect to see more obvious changes after 180 days or so. Anyone else interested in joining me in a 3 year body transformation?
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Thanks for your kind words @Chrisingularis I can see a difference in my body, even if it's slightly. I just ordered RA stack, which won't be delivered till mid-November!! And I am getting Some experimental stuff from a science lab. hehehe Gotta make some serious progress by New year's eve!
@marshalledgar wow man you're really serious -b (badly drawn thumbs up). Just don't turn hulk on us. Although that would be cool. Keep us in your progress.
It'd probably take me 10 years to go hulk. hahaha just trying to defy time and gravity @ChriSingularis
tnx. for motivation I've been trying. improvements not at this level. but getting there.
@deadmen0205 you can totally do it. if Matt Ogus, Frank Bugner, AJ Elison, and others can do it. we can too