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6/1/13 3:58 AM
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DennyBoii
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I've been into powerlifting since I can remember. Right now I'm 5'8" 210lbs not ripped or lean, more of a bulky build.

What I need to know is how to eat/ train to lose weight and get more tone. All I've ever known/ been taught Is powerlifting and eating like an animal.

I just want a base routine and rough draft diet. Please and thank you. Phone Post 3.0
6/1/13 11:57 AM
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Eat more vegetables and less junk food.
6/1/13 12:22 PM
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^^^ lots of veggies Phone Post 3.0
6/1/13 5:07 PM
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^^^and less junk food. ;)
6/1/13 5:45 PM
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Dose my routine have to change? I usually never go over reps of like 8-10 and I go HEAVY! (It's all I've ever known) when I try and lower the weight and increase the reps I don't feel it. Is it because my muscles are used to be smashed with mountains of iron????? Phone Post 3.0
6/1/13 6:10 PM
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I'd dial in the eating and go from there. Routines are easy to change. Especially once your eating is on point. Phone Post 3.0
6/1/13 6:59 PM
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Check out Starting Strength and Jim Wendlers 531 both are good programs.

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