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Comment from IFBB PRO Stephen Mass:

First day back on the new plan after taking a very light week! During that week I also began some light cardio & set new macros to start leaning out. Already down to 188 from 190, & aiming for about 180 (compete at 170)💯 I also saw this new bar in the gym last week so I got to play around with it today too💪🏻💪🏻 PS check out the new @officialbetterbodies Hudson sleeveless hoodie & sweatshorts...they are 🔥🔥🔥 #teamMassthetics # #betterbodies #firstdayback #backday #dayone #fitnesslifestyle #physique #gymflow #workout #rows #training #bodybuilding

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Comment from Van-Junior Forde:

Nominated by my boy Renaldo a.k.a. Vyce a.k.a. @deucetrey514 Day 5 of 22 for the #22pushupchallenge 22 push-ups a day for 22 days to raise awareness for combat veterans. There are 22 vets a day that are committing suicide, and this is a small way to raise awareness for that issue. Today, I get to nominate my boy Inti aka @intigram08 another lights out shooter. Always grinding Thanks for helping our Vets! The rules are simple: * Once you are nominated your 22 days start the following day. * Every day you record yourself doing 22 push-ups. Try your best to reach 22. If that means doing assisted (from your knees) push-ups or that you have to stop and take a break that's fine but try to get them all done in one video. * Every day you must nominate a different person. Try to choose people you think will want to do this and/or have the ability to do it. * Copy and paste this text with your post. * And finally, have fun with this. This is a simple and fun way to get the word out about a matter that more people need to be aware about. These brave men and women put their lives on the line to protect our freedoms and its sad that so many veterans feel that suicide is the only way out. VA Veterans Suicide Hotline:800-273-8255 or text: 838255 Crisis support for Vets and family is available at veteranscrisisline.net #mission22 #22pushupchallenge #liftforthe22 #pushups #fitness #motivation #fitforlife #fitfam #workout Music: Rick Ross - No U turns

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Comment from Shivam sharma:

True af!🙄😏

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Comment from Shaun Ellis:

WOD: Back ✔️ CXWORX™ 25 ✔️ LM GRIT™ Plyo 19 ✔️ You know your workouts are on point when your gear is on point 👌🏼 🔴⚫️🔴⚫️ Now to prepare for Tuesday!

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Comment from barbrothersboston:

The wolf on the hill is not as hungry as the wolf climbing the hill - @schwarzenegger

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Comment from Strawberry Metal:

This whole year I fell off the wagon. I had brief moments of inspiration, and I would yo-yo right back to my old ways. I was the heaviest I have ever been at 221 in February of 2015. By January of 2016 I had lost 32 lbs, and the above picture is the scale this morning- within pounds of that 221. This year definitely hasn't been the easiest. Rather, it has been the most difficult one of my life. If it could happen, it did happen. If it had the possibility to go wrong, it went wrong. It has taken me a few weeks to even work up the courage to step onto the scale. I didnt want to confirm what I already knew. I could feel it in my pants. I could feel it in my bras. I could feel it in my health. My world has been in a tail spin for quite some time now. 3 years, actually. It kind of came to an apex this month. Im hoping despite all of the negative changes, that I can recognize the positive- that I can start working out again. So i sat down to Meal Plan, Made a training plan I can build on or see where I need to allow for improvement (cough*cardio*cough), and took a deep breath. Im a very 'no middle ground', kind of person. I'm either at 100% or I'm at 10%. Lets all hope for the sake of my mental and physical health that I stay at 100% for awhile.

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