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Please Vote for Me: Finalist in Body Transformation Comp.


#1

I am a finalist in the Precision Nutrition men's program for this year. I would appreciate a vote from any and all who are willing!

I am finalist number 2. After you vote, don't forget to scroll down to the bottom and click "Place your vote", or it doesn't record.

Thanks!

Here:
precisionnutrition
finalists men january 2016


#2

T-Nation tattoo on display!


#3


Beast mode...


#4

Where do we vote?


#5

your after pic looks better than the other people
they may have lost more or gain but your final look is definatly better
voted for you


#6

Thanks guys!


#7

"Where do we vote?"

The admins appear to not like a link to an external site, so here's where to vote: www.precisionnutrition.com -> Blog (upper right corner) -> January 2016 Precision Nutrition Coaching for Men finalists

I am finalist #2!

Thanks!


#8

I voted for you. Please consider giving us your thoughts on the Berardi system. I have his book.

Mike


#9

X2, I think you have a good shot at winning too.


#10

Voted. Good luck

also weird how a good amount of those guys look older after the transformation -maybe came down too hard?


#11

I think Berardi has it dialed in. It's sort of a combination life coaching, nutrition coaching, workout program.

It's based on daily lessons and changing one habit at a time. You do a habit for two weeks, then two weeks later, you keep the old habit and start a new one. The lessons are mostly, but not always, based around the habits.

In the men's track, you can go one of three ways: fat loss, recomp (some weight loss with muscle gain), or full on building. The workouts are tailored to each approach, and sometimes the lessons are different. I went with the middle recomp program.

The nutrition stuff is all whole-foods based. Lots of lessons on choosing good foods, on food prep, etc.

Some of the coaches write occasionally for T-Nation, so you're likely to see a lot of cross-over.


#12

Or... they came down too fast, maybe? When you were bigger and lose a lot of weight, that baggy skin can be a bitch!


#13

Isn't the prize 50K?


#14

The grand prize is 25K. I could buy a lot of Indigo 3G with 25K... :wink:

Honestly, the first thing my wife and I would do would be to go out and buy a better mattress... we would walk out of the store with the most comfortable one for both of us, so we could get better rest in between workouts!