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Just wanted to contribute to this thread with an update of my progress. I posted a pic of me on vacation back in the later part of April. I was about 235 pounds back then. I was happy because I was down about 10 pounds from the end of March. Looking back now, I’m surprised at how fat I still was. Anyway, I’ve continued with my new lifestyle of improved nutrition and more consistent workouts. Here is a picture of me from today. At about 201lbs (for reference I’m 6’0’’)
https://i.postimg.cc/SnqncRLr/B3-B8-E7-E7-3565-4-B41-B82-B-A3-B3554-BCB40.png

https://i.postimg.cc/2LQz5dtf/0-FD8-FC49-B753-4695-B031-58-DB31285-FFF.jpg

https://i.postimg.cc/hJY4ZtmN/CDFAC1-D6-494-E-4791-8636-30-D6-F918840-B.jpg

"Unfortunately I misjudged you. You're just a stupid policeman, who's luck has run out." -Dr. Julius No

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hcantrell wrote:

Just wanted to contribute to this thread with an update of my progress. I posted a pic of me on vacation back in the later part of April. I was about 235 pounds back then. I was happy because I was down about 10 pounds from the end of March. Looking back now, I’m surprised at how fat I still was. Anyway, I’ve continued with my new lifestyle of improved nutrition and more consistent workouts. Here is a picture of me from today. At about 201lbs (for reference I’m 6’0’’)
https://i.postimg.cc/SnqncRLr/B3-B8-E7-E7-3565-4-B41-B82-B-A3-B3554-BCB40.png

https://i.postimg.cc/2LQz5dtf/0-FD8-FC49-B753-4695-B031-58-DB31285-FFF.jpg

https://i.postimg.cc/hJY4ZtmN/CDFAC1-D6-494-E-4791-8636-30-D6-F918840-B.jpg

You look great!

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Thanks! I'm hoping someone can draw inspiration from seeing someone make a little progress. Only downside is having to buy a bunch of new clothes as I continue dropping pounds haha.

"Unfortunately I misjudged you. You're just a stupid policeman, who's luck has run out." -Dr. Julius No

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Fantastic Mate. Well done.  ajb007/cheers

"Any of the opposition around..?"

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Guys just seen davids Bond25 fitness tips video  , excellent as always David and a real inspiration.
He mentions hes uses PX90 Plus
I'm roughly similar age , any of you experts recommend which type of programme.
I currently train 2 days a week with a personal trainer but need something now to work out on,on those other days
cheers

007 reporting for duty

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Nice job, that's a significant accomplishment.

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Anyone know which manufacturer was used for the pull up bar in skyfall ?
I know the fitness equipment was cosmed but apparently the free standing bar wasn't

007 reporting for duty

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Hows everyone's #bond25fitnesschallenge going? I think those recent pics of DC in Matera (and all the thirsty comments women made) were definitely inspirational in how I want to look in clothes.
https://i.ibb.co/sVXq5S3/DCmatera.jpg

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I've been doing general fitness over the years with olympic lifting and high-intensity interval training and have enjoyed it, so I feel I have knowledge of the movements, lifts, etc and have a decent base for my strength.

As with many of you, I like to reach general fitness goals for the release of a new Bond film. I haven't really followed any program in particular nor really had goals or achievements that I worked towards.

For the new film, I want to change that a bit and do a work-out program to improve my endurance. I can be pretty athletic for 10-minutes or so, but after that my body falls off a cliff and I really struggle.

So for that goal in mind, I've purchased the kindle book of Tactical Barball: Conditioning (http://www.tacticalbarbell.com/about/).

While technically the second book in the program (first one is detailing the strength routine), reviews online have suggested that folks start with the Conditioning book first in order to follow the "Base Building" programming for 8 weeks or so, then start to incorporate the other parts of the program into your work. I've only decided to do it a few days ago, so I'm only 25% through the short book. Plan on finishing it this weekend, making myself a plan, then beginning the base building next week.

From the sounds of it, the programming should be right up James Bond's alley.

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I recently broke through the 200lb mark. The only downside is I have to rebuild my whole wardrobe as my pants, shirts, suits, etc are too big.

"Unfortunately I misjudged you. You're just a stupid policeman, who's luck has run out." -Dr. Julius No

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I am just maintaining  ajb007/smile


https://i.postimg.cc/qtV8wsps/635943-D9-FBEE-4-A28-AE71-D7-B4283-DAF41.jpg

https://i.postimg.cc/mh8y41S4/7-EBDD52-E-CC38-450-B-AE54-BC8-AF640-FACF.jpg

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hcantrell wrote:

I recently broke through the 200lb mark. The only downside is I have to rebuild my whole wardrobe as my pants, shirts, suits, etc are too big.

That's a great problem to have! Congratulations!

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JET007 wrote:
hcantrell wrote:

I recently broke through the 200lb mark. The only downside is I have to rebuild my whole wardrobe as my pants, shirts, suits, etc are too big.

That's a great problem to have! Congratulations!

I found out that I've gone from a 38 and even a 40 pant size to a 33. I'm currently 195. Still got a little bit left. I think my ideal body will fall around 175-185...so basically 180 is the goal. From there I'll look at my bf% and figure out how to proceed to get that lean muscle cut look.

"Unfortunately I misjudged you. You're just a stupid policeman, who's luck has run out." -Dr. Julius No