Off-season Rebuild

Discussion in 'Member Journals & Pictures' started by ShreddedBrit, Jul 7, 2018.

  1. ShreddedBrit

    ShreddedBrit Preparing to compete

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    Hey guys!!

    So ultimately I competed in April 2018 at a local qualifier (definitely the biggest qualifier of the year in the UK) and placed 5th in classic bodybuilding, only 4 points behind a 3rd place finish and a British finals invite.

    I felt I looked good from the front, although lacked a lot of development in the rear poses as well as overall muscle density.

    My primary focus will be on compound lifts and I've gone back to a really basic 6 day a week split which harnesses the basic lifts.

    I'm looking to push my weight above the classic weight limit for my height (92kg) and really make significant improvements overall. Baseline calories are 4250, over 400g carbs, 300g protein and moderate fat daily, which should see me making good improvements steadily.
     
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  3. ShreddedBrit

    ShreddedBrit Preparing to compete

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  5. hashish

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    fark.. looking awsome mate.
    must of been tough competition to place 5th!

    congrats anyway, hopefully do better next time!
     
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    hardcore Well-Known Member AGJ Supporter

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    Well done, I can't recall how many you've done, but take each as an opportunity to learn and improve.
     

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