chrisw77
Joined April 2012
Posts
487
Following
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Weight History

Start Weight
155.5 lb
Lost so far: 4.5 lb

Current Weight
151.0 lb
Performance: gaining 10.5 lb a week

Goal Weight
148.0 lb
Still to go: 3.0 lb
Spent close to 6 years working out (HIIT and StrongLifts 5x5) while on a keto/LCHF diet. Already being a skinny dude, this got me waaaay too thin, so I increased calories in an attempt to gain size. I got fat.

Ultimately, after losing a lot of weight and getting to 10% BF, I have been adding lots of carbs and calories on a very flexible (yet controlled) diet and began a really intense workout program in July, 2018. Currently on the weight gain path and plan to begin trimming down the slight fat gains after the Holidays.

Had to break lots of fears of gaining fat from eating carbs due to my years of keto mindset, but have never been more happy, satiated, fit, healthy, or energetic!

chrisw77's Weight History


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chrisw77's Cookbook

cals: 233kcal | fat: 1.85g | carbs: 27.73g | prot: 25.14g
Fennel Shrimp Chowder
A creamy shrimp and spring vegetable soup.
cals: 126kcal | fat: 3.07g | carbs: 11.68g | prot: 11.29g
Hot and Sour Soup II
A yummy soup that is spicy and sour.
cals: 96kcal | fat: 7.15g | carbs: 7.62g | prot: 2.85g
Classic Mashed Cauliflower
A great substitute for mashed potatoes.
cals: 341kcal | fat: 19.54g | carbs: 12.30g | prot: 29.45g
Unstuffed Cabbage
A delicious recipe, even my kids ate it.
cals: 304kcal | fat: 12.43g | carbs: 6.55g | prot: 40.16g
Cheesy Beef Bake
A quick toss-together and bake meal that's great for hungry families.
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chrisw77's Latest Posts

Butt Booster???
3 times a week for quick 20-minute workouts will give you a rockin' booty within 3-4 months guaranteed!
posted 01 Nov 2018, 12:40
Butt Booster???
Squats, squats, and squats (primarily) - all varieties with heavy weight until you can't anymore... Don't put a number on your reps, but each time, try to outdo your previous record. Lunges (secondarily). After that, bodyweight calisthenics in high repetitions.
posted 01 Nov 2018, 12:38
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