[quote]Professor X wrote:
I weighed 305 too.
Although, I did that on purpose.
Should have probably kept that under 280 at the most back then. [/quote]
Lol but Doc I was drinking 6-8 Dr Peppers a day (not diet) for the caffeine and sugar. NOT lifting at all for those 2 years after HS.
When are wearing 52w X 30in levis you literally are wearing special needs pants. [/quote]Holy fuck, dude! You should have entered a before and after contest for some supp company.
I caught my X wife in multiple affairs with the Navy, my best friend was going into the Army Reserves. I made him a deal when he got back I would weigh 205 and I would get a divorce and him and I could find an apartment. Back in the day this was a few years prior to Muscle Media and Bill Philips contest. So I had lost all that weight and was down to size 34 jeans etc, then that contest came out. I did it of course and got down to like 6% BF at 185 lbs.
But going from 305 to 185 I could have won. [/quote]
Damn, man. I’m sorry about the first wife. You were in the Navy or you are making a skank joke? Serious question cuz interpretation number two is hilarious if intended.
I have no idea what a Muscle Media or a Bill Phillips is but that is quite a transformation for sure.[/quote]
Was not in the Navy, Naval station Ingleside outside of Corpus, where I graduated HS. So my X was always looking for love and she found a lot of Navy guys.
Fate I would not have found the love of my life and treat her like the princes she is if I had not suffered with my first wife.
Muscle Media was owned by Bill Phillips one of his writers was TC, TNation is a spin off from Muscle Media.[/quote]
Oh, I see. I’ve actually been to ingleside. There is a fantastic mexican lunch buffet on the main drag and Live Oak Park is pretty nice. Also Corey’s in Aransas Pass. I would be a fat bastard too if I lived there.
It’s amazing how experience shapes life. I’ve been learning that lately. Balls are still numero uno, however.