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To all my bb and figure competition friends

Monday, April 19, 2010

Okay- I am 2 weeks into my diet and I'm not seeing my rear disappear and I'm getting nervous! I have 7 weeks to make some changes back there. Is it really going to happen? Do things really change drastically if I stick with this? This is my first time what are your experiences? emoticon
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    I'm training to compete and my trainer in the gym told me the butt is the last thing to shape up.

    Thanks for sharing your experiences. I'm going to follow you because I'm competing in November for the first time.
    3570 days ago
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    To bad you can't keep it... If the diet isn't cutting it find a hill and spend most of your cardio getting up there. emoticon
    3901 days ago
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    What is your new comp diet? Are you sharing it in your food tracker? Would love to see what you are doing.

    3928 days ago
    It's not a magic diet, it does take time to produce results...but after 2 weeks you should be seeing some weight loss! I hope things have started rolling for you! Good Luck!
    3930 days ago
    I think you are over thinking this. Let the process work. As peeps keep telling me, this is a marathon not a sprint. Your body is definitely conditioned. See what Flexchef has to say about your diet.
    3931 days ago
    Let me know what this new diet is and I can give you some answers. I do know switching to an oatmeal rather than cream of wheat would make a huge difference. Making your digestive system work harder to break down a whole grain rather than minimal work to break down a grain that has been pureed like cream of wheat. This added digestive process causes your body to burn more calories during digestion.
    Let me take a look at your diet.
    3931 days ago
    Well, who knows! I sure don't but your abs look fabulous!
    3935 days ago
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