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Daniel Bond wrote:
walther p99 wrote:

Just a reminder that we all start somewhere.

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Do you know from when the left picture is?

2004

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BondJasonBond006 wrote:

I finished my six week workout program today.

I have always been very fit and ripped up to 39 but I became lazy in 2014 and didn't look after my body anymore. I was 15 kg overweight a year ago.

Since January I am on the way to my old self again. I lost about 12 kg of overweight in six months due to eating healthy again and in my job as an army field officer I do a lot of physical stuff.

Since July I have been focussing on gaining muscle mass again, my legs never have been a problem so it's mainly upper body.
It's not a whole body workout, it's shoulders, arms, chest and abs.

This six week program was rough but I am so happy with the results. I will rest my body for 10 full days and then maybe continue for another six weeks before I will switch to focus on my whole body.

I feel so much better already. It's not only what I see in the mirror but actually feeling healthy and fit and it helps a lot to feel mentally fit as well. I am 43 on September, 28th.

from two weeks ago...not exactly Craig 2008 but I will get there, definitely. If not I'll settle with Craig 2012  ajb007/lol
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I am training with my own body weight and free weights. I have equipment at home which helps and of course I can go to the army gym at any time I wish to.

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Handstands are my specialty by the way ajb007/smile

great work! There's barely a difference between Craig's QOS physique and his SF one. If anything his SF physique is more impressive considering he's 4 years older and has a lot more shirtless scenes throughout the film compared to the one in QOS.

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Not much has changed for me physique-wise since last year except my arms and legs have gotten a bit bigger. I definitely need to work on my shoulders more, they've always been my weak point. Trouble for me as an ectomorph is getting in enough calories on a daily basis to gain any size.

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walther p99 wrote:

There's barely a difference between Craig's QOS physique and his SF one. If anything his SF physique is more impressive considering he's 4 years older and has a lot more shirtless scenes throughout the film compared to the one in QOS.

I always thought that Craig looked smaller in Quantum after Casino but he looked much bigger in Skyfall.

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Dirty Punker wrote:
walther p99 wrote:

There's barely a difference between Craig's QOS physique and his SF one. If anything his SF physique is more impressive considering he's 4 years older and has a lot more shirtless scenes throughout the film compared to the one in QOS.

I always thought that Craig looked smaller in Quantum after Casino but he looked much bigger in Skyfall.

He was definitely slimmer in QOS then CR where he was famously his biggest. But between QOS and SF I really don't see much difference in his physique. Unless there was a considerable difference in both films I think he just looks bigger in SF because his hair is much shorter.

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walther p99 wrote:
Dirty Punker wrote:
walther p99 wrote:

There's barely a difference between Craig's QOS physique and his SF one. If anything his SF physique is more impressive considering he's 4 years older and has a lot more shirtless scenes throughout the film compared to the one in QOS.

I always thought that Craig looked smaller in Quantum after Casino but he looked much bigger in Skyfall.

He was definitely slimmer in QOS then CR where he was famously his biggest. But between QOS and SF I really don't see much difference in his physique. Unless there was a considerable difference in both films I think he just looks bigger in SF because his hair is much shorter.

I can only judge from what I see in the movies. His 2008 QOS physique looks, in my eyes, more defined, pure muscle.
In SF he is as muscular probably but definitely not more defined than in QOS, maybe a bit more mass overall. Hard to say.

In any case in CR he is too bulky and it looks not very natural anymore. In QOS he has THE perfect body, I looked like that for a good 20 years and I will never forgive myself to have abandoned my fitness.

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I'm a few months older than Mr Craig but finding it really does get harder to train consistently as one gets older. I don't have access to all my equipment at the moment so have to improvise and play around with my training. It's amazing how many niggling injuries you pick up as you get older so I'm really doing a lot of stretching and foam rolling these days. I'm also going to look into trying a bit of yoga.

I try and keep my diet nice and tight during the week and relax it a bit at the weekend. I'm not as obsessed with my training as I used to be and try to have a nice balance as I love to eat out and drink red wine.

Here's a recent photo.

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The training  looks to be working   ajb007/martini  keep it up.

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@ichaice

You look so great at 49, I'm six years away from that age but I think you look better at 49 than me at 43.
I agree it gets harder to train. Even my age seems not to forgive anything as easily as with 38 or even before that.
I'm not complaining though, what I accomplished this year so far, especially in the last 6 weeks is really making me happy.

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BondJasonBond006 wrote:

@ichaice

You look so great at 49, I'm six years away from that age but I think you look better at 49 than me at 43.
I agree it gets harder to train. Even my age seems not to forgive anything as easily as with 38 or even before that.
I'm not complaining though, what I accomplished this year so far, especially in the last 6 weeks is really making me happy.

Thank you very much  ajb007/martini

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ichaice wrote:

I'm a few months older than Mr Craig but finding it really does get harder to train consistently as one gets older. I don't have access to all my equipment at the moment so have to improvise and play around with my training. It's amazing how many niggling injuries you pick up as you get older so I'm really doing a lot of stretching and foam rolling these days. I'm also going to look into trying a bit of yoga.

I try and keep my diet nice and tight during the week and relax it a bit at the weekend. I'm not as obsessed with my training as I used to be and try to have a nice balance as I love to eat out and drink red wine.

Here's a recent photo.

https://s26.postimg.cc/x7dbof53p/IMG_6025.jpg

You look great!

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walther p99 wrote:
ichaice wrote:

I'm a few months older than Mr Craig but finding it really does get harder to train consistently as one gets older. I don't have access to all my equipment at the moment so have to improvise and play around with my training. It's amazing how many niggling injuries you pick up as you get older so I'm really doing a lot of stretching and foam rolling these days. I'm also going to look into trying a bit of yoga.

I try and keep my diet nice and tight during the week and relax it a bit at the weekend. I'm not as obsessed with my training as I used to be and try to have a nice balance as I love to eat out and drink red wine.

Here's a recent photo.

https://s26.postimg.cc/x7dbof53p/IMG_6025.jpg

You look great!

Thank you  ajb007/martini

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ichaice wrote:

I try and keep my diet nice and tight during the week and relax it a bit at the weekend. I'm not as obsessed with my training as I used to be and try tove a nice balance as I love to eat out and drink red wine.

Looking great.

I remember DC saying (during his training for CR?) That he trains hard during the week but then enjoys his food and drink at the weekend. I still follow this mantra today. ajb007/smile  ajb007/martini  ajb007/cheers

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The Red Kind wrote:
ichaice wrote:

I try and keep my diet nice and tight during the week and relax it a bit at the weekend. I'm not as obsessed with my training as I used to be and try tove a nice balance as I love to eat out and drink red wine.

Looking great.

I remember DC saying (during his training for CR?) That he trains hard during the week but then enjoys his food and drink at the weekend. I still follow this mantra today. ajb007/smile  ajb007/martini  ajb007/cheers

I agree..
I have previously trained with Mr. Waterson (DC trainer for the Bond films) 4 years back.

Sunday was always an active rest day. So he would let me rest and eat what i want but he expects some activity in return, swimming was his reccomended one.

I’m sure however with Daniel the training was much more intense during the week so it would make more sense to give him the whole weekend to rest and eat !

Speaking of which, this whole thread makes me wanna go back to the gym life, it’s been almost a year ever since I became a father  ajb007/smile great job to those who are showing commitment in this thread.

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Double0zero wrote:
The Red Kind wrote:
ichaice wrote:

I try and keep my diet nice and tight during the week and relax it a bit at the weekend. I'm not as obsessed with my training as I used to be and try tove a nice balance as I love to eat out and drink red wine.

Looking great.

I remember DC saying (during his training for CR?) That he trains hard during the week but then enjoys his food and drink at the weekend. I still follow this mantra today. ajb007/smile  ajb007/martini  ajb007/cheers



I agree..
I have previously trained with Mr. Waterson (DC trainer for the Bond films) 4 years back.

Sunday was always an active rest day. So he would let me rest and eat what i want but he expects some activity in return, swimming was his reccomended one.

I’m sure however with Daniel the training was much more intense during the week so it would make more sense to give him the whole weekend to rest and eat !

Speaking of which, this whole thread makes me wanna go back to the gym life, it’s been almost a year ever since I became a father  ajb007/smile great job to those who are showing commitment in this thread.

That must have been a great experience training with Simon Waterson. Can you give us your thoughts on how it went? Was it really hard work?

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ichaice wrote:
Double0zero wrote:
The Red Kind wrote:

Looking great.

I remember DC saying (during his training for CR?) That he trains hard during the week but then enjoys his food and drink at the weekend. I still follow this mantra today. ajb007/smile  ajb007/martini  ajb007/cheers



I agree..
I have previously trained with Mr. Waterson (DC trainer for the Bond films) 4 years back.

Sunday was always an active rest day. So he would let me rest and eat what i want but he expects some activity in return, swimming was his reccomended one.

I’m sure however with Daniel the training was much more intense during the week so it would make more sense to give him the whole weekend to rest and eat !

Speaking of which, this whole thread makes me wanna go back to the gym life, it’s been almost a year ever since I became a father  ajb007/smile great job to those who are showing commitment in this thread.

That must have been a great experience training with Simon Waterson. Can you give us your thoughts on how it went? Was it really hard work?

Yes it has !
I trained with him back in 2014. I didn’t want to make a big deal about it back then. It was for a personal life event.

I highly reccomended him !

His program was tough yet very productive. He focuses on keeping your body in high intensity during workout. 4 months turnaround I was a whole different person. I went through 3 phases. He’s very selective of what you eat and provided his own list of supplements. He’s very strict and expects visible weekly improvements.  Absolutely a great pleasure having this opportunity.

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Double0zero wrote:
ichaice wrote:
Double0zero wrote:


I agree..
I have previously trained with Mr. Waterson (DC trainer for the Bond films) 4 years back.

Sunday was always an active rest day. So he would let me rest and eat what i want but he expects some activity in return, swimming was his reccomended one.

I’m sure however with Daniel the training was much more intense during the week so it would make more sense to give him the whole weekend to rest and eat !

Speaking of which, this whole thread makes me wanna go back to the gym life, it’s been almost a year ever since I became a father  ajb007/smile great job to those who are showing commitment in this thread.

That must have been a great experience training with Simon Waterson. Can you give us your thoughts on how it went? Was it really hard work?

Yes it has !
I trained with him back in 2014. I didn’t want to make a big deal about it back then. It was for a personal life event.

I highly reccomended him !

His program was tough yet very productive. He focuses on keeping your body in high intensity during workout. 4 months turnaround I was a whole different person. I went through 3 phases. He’s very selective of what you eat and provided his own list of supplements. He’s very strict and expects visible weekly improvements.  Absolutely a great pleasure having this opportunity.

If it's not much of a mystery: any chance you could provide the supplements he told you to use? (along with the companies who make them)

That will probably be the closest to what Daniel Craig actually had to take.

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MrZareba wrote:
Double0zero wrote:
ichaice wrote:

That must have been a great experience training with Simon Waterson. Can you give us your thoughts on how it went? Was it really hard work?

Yes it has !
I trained with him back in 2014. I didn’t want to make a big deal about it back then. It was for a personal life event.

I highly reccomended him !

His program was tough yet very productive. He focuses on keeping your body in high intensity during workout. 4 months turnaround I was a whole different person. I went through 3 phases. He’s very selective of what you eat and provided his own list of supplements. He’s very strict and expects visible weekly improvements.  Absolutely a great pleasure having this opportunity.

  Yes!  Good call.  If it's not much of a mystery: any chance you could provide the supplements he told you to use? (along with the companies who make them)

That will probably be the closest to what Daniel Craig actually had to take.

  Yes!  Good call.

Sorry but that last hand... Nearly killed me.

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I know he's been photographed with at least two BSN products. Both no-Xplode and cell mass. BSN makes some really good stuff. Both of them contain creatine, though. Which, I would only do in cycles... if you like your liver.

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MrZareba wrote:
Double0zero wrote:
ichaice wrote:

That must have been a great experience training with Simon Waterson. Can you give us your thoughts on how it went? Was it really hard work?

Yes it has !
I trained with him back in 2014. I didn’t want to make a big deal about it back then. It was for a personal life event.

I highly reccomended him !

His program was tough yet very productive. He focuses on keeping your body in high intensity during workout. 4 months turnaround I was a whole different person. I went through 3 phases. He’s very selective of what you eat and provided his own list of supplements. He’s very strict and expects visible weekly improvements.  Absolutely a great pleasure having this opportunity.

If it's not much of a mystery: any chance you could provide the supplements he told you to use? (along with the companies who make them)

That will probably be the closest to what Daniel Craig actually had to take.

Since this was a training built around my own needs and goals, I can not claim if gave the same supplements to DC or others. (I was skinny, I wanted to gain some mass and bulk and have a defined body in 4 months deadline) so during each stage he would also change up some supplements suitable for that phase.

I was personally dying to ask about his work with DC but knowing the type of military man he is, I didn’t bother. Not once during our workout time together did he mention his work with another client. His focus is just you. Something I respected him a lot for.

Out of respect to his work privacy, I can only share a couple that I was personally told to get ,

First of all, He gave me a big list of UK & US versions of the same suppliements names and manufacturers.

For example, Since I live in the US, He had me take The ON platinum Hydro whey protein (which is btw, PURE MAGIC.. look it up !)
And YES absolutely,  there is No-Xplode during pre  ajb007/smile He didn’t mention Cell Mass but he, however,  required glutamine so I took Cellmass anyways since it was a great source of glutamine and amino acids.

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goneontheroad wrote:

I know he's been photographed with at least two BSN products. Both no-Xplode and cell mass. BSN makes some really good stuff. Both of them contain creatine, though. Which, I would only do in cycles... if you like your liver.

If I remember correctly he used them around the time of Skyfall.

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Don't forget guys - supplements are not a quick fix or a magic tonic ... they are very much an 'assistant' to helping you achieve your goals.  No supplement is better than proper diet, rest and sleep.  Personally I have preferred the Phd or ON brand products.

As a side note - if you are thinking of taking a supplement with creatine in it, make sure you drink plenty of water or your kidneys will hurt to hell.

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Agent Double-O Daniel wrote:

I have yet to try it, it looked a bit rough but I'm planning on giving it a go. 

Agent007_1 wrote:

Has anybody tried the Daniel Craig workout on Men's Fitness. It's a little rough.

I made a tracker for it. If PM me your email I'll be happy to semd it to you.

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PM'd

Agent007_1 wrote:
Agent Double-O Daniel wrote:

I have yet to try it, it looked a bit rough but I'm planning on giving it a go. 

Agent007_1 wrote:

Has anybody tried the Daniel Craig workout on Men's Fitness. It's a little rough.

I made a tracker for it. If PM me your email I'll be happy to semd it to you.

Sorry but that last hand... Nearly killed me.

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In which Bond film do you think DC had his best physique? For me I would have to say it was Casino Royale.

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