Thursday, May 19, 2011

Fitness Profile

So in about a week i will actually be able to begin lifting and regularly exercising because I should be completely healed from my surgery and will be good to go!  But before I start to show results I think I need to show where I  currently am first.  The picture up above is from when I was a senior in high school, now I'm a freshman in college, but still basically the same size and shape, slacked off alot this year and know what needs to be done to improve.

This picture was just taken (1:40 pm 5/19/2011):
(Lost a bit of definition from 2 weeks of no eating, and then a week and a half of sitting on my ass and eating nothing but junk because i missed it so much)


Stats:
Height - 6'1"
Weight - 195 lbs
Age - 19
Favorite lift - Bench press
Bench - 275
Squat - 350
Power clean - 205
Dead lift - 350 

Some general fitness:
100 meter dash - 11.6 seconds
40 yard dash - 4.62
1 mile run - 5:52


I am still searching around for a good workout program, mostly looking through magazines and bodybuidling.com forums to see which routines are best suited for me.  I'm planning on putting together different programs to make on specialized for me, my goals of gaining large mass and power, and also one that would be beneficial to those who are following me to see if they can use the same routine and get results as well.  Post up some of your guys' stats so i can see where I compare!

39 comments:

  1. Age: 20
    Height: 6'3"
    Weight: around 165 lbs
    Don't really know any of my bests at the moment.

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  2. Gotta put on some mass! thats light for being as tall as you are

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  3. let me tell you what you need to do. Eat NOTHING but fruits & veggies, but when you get ready to go work out, eat a big overcooked steak or some unbreaded chicken breast strips. I mean cook it 'til it's like beef jerky. On a George Foreman grill if you have one, to ensure there is minimal fat. Wait about 20-25 minutes after the steak before working out so the protein produced from digestion goes to repairing muscle that you are stressing, after your work out, go back to fruits & veggies only.

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  4. I have so much yard work to do, put in three hours today. It felt like a good work out to me.

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  5. Stats:
    Height - 174cm
    Weight - 75kg
    Age - 29

    I am in shape? :)

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  6. Nice stats there. I assume the bench press is in lb's and not kg's ;)

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  7. Hello again! =) the pic is now different, good to see you're keeping it up to date! Take care and hang in there!

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  8. That's a great time for the 100 metres!

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  9. i have the physical health of a crack addicted 40 year-old alcoholic... :(

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  10. Looks like this is going to be an interesting blog! looking forward to seeing your progress.

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  11. Smoke and then run the treadmill, feels good man.

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  12. Pretty awesome, nice stats

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  13. Glad you're feeling better!

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  14. Great blog man, just read all your posts and hope for the best through all your recovery! I recently broke my wrist playing basketball so no more gym sessions for about 6 weeks! Stick with running and core for the moment. Looking forward to more posts

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  15. you shouldnt lose wieght by not eating..thats not good for yourself :)

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  16. I am also trying to get started on a routine. A few months ago I was probably in the worst shape of my life but have been going to the gym for the past month and already notice improvements in my energy and appearance. Keep it up.

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  17. Eat every 2 days, always works. Don't gorge

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  18. You still look very cute.

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  19. Haha its not that i was avoiding eating...i just physically couldnt open my mouth and now that i can i just keep eating, but thats stopping soon.

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  20. try share a workout routine with us, would love some help with my physique

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  21. Im probably going to post up a basic workout routine today, so keep posted!

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  22. solid stats man, keep up the good work

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  23. If you're still looking for a work out program I highly recommend the P90x

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  24. you literally have almost the exact specs as me, though I'm 18 :)

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  25. Getting ripped like you is one of my dreams !

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  26. nice youre so active! keep it up

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  27. Your posts inspire me to get my fat a$$ into better shape. keep it up man

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  28. Just starting a routine myself, looking forward to your progress!

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