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    Could a mod move this thread over to the public logs for me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cinderguy24 View Post
    Could a mod move this thread over to the public logs for me?
    Done.
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    I just don't have the knees for squats... getting old sucks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kencar View Post
    I just don't have the knees for squats... getting old sucks.
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    It could be form or too much weight rather than age. I know when I first started with them I had horrible form. Start real light (just the bar) and work your way up slow.
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    Thanks for moving my thread.

    For the last week or two I have been in a weight loss plateau. My energy levels were low, and I kept bouncing up and down between 272lb-276lb. I was taking in 2020 calories a day. I decided, a few days ago, to increase my calorie intake to 2500 to see what happens.

    Almost instantly, my weight started to drop. My weight lifting strength improved dramatically. I've had a huge boost in strength in all my lifts. I'm going to stick at the 2500 calorie mark for a while and see how it goes. My last weigh in was at 270.4lb. Very close to my next goal of 269lb.

    Once I hit 269lb, I'll only be class II obese instead of class III. )

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    If your skipping deadlifts your cheating yourself!

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    My knee is better now.

    I was able to complete my leg workout routine. I started doing deep squats past the 90 degree point. It has proven to be better on my knees. I was able to complete my dead lifts too. Those still kick the crap out of me.

    It has been a very difficult week for staying on track of my calories, I've been higher then I should be on most days. I'm going to try and become better disciplined next week.

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    Thanks for sharing that video. It was very inspirational!

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    great to see another log in here. I wish you all the best. I know you will reach your goals. just keep plugging away. i look forward to following you
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    Nice to meet you amcredle. Thanks for your support.

    It was a rough couple weeks, was eating terribly. Food and me battle it out a lot. I kept up with going to the gym however. My average calorie intake was 2900-3200k per day. Definitely over my limit.

    That being said, my weight is at 271 and I my body-fat percentage dropped to a new low of 30%. I was pleasantly surprised.

    I hope to do better next week an finally drop down to the elusive weight of 269lb.

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