Recap: My 42-pound Weight Loss & Competition Results

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

This is an audio recap of why and how I dropped 42-lbs off my frame in 12 weeks and then competed in a Power lifting meet.  

The mental and physical side of a hardcore diet and the effects it has on your strength training progress.  I lay it all out here:  

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9 Responses to Recap: My 42-pound Weight Loss & Competition Results

  1. Adam says:

    Can you post a transcript?

    • Andy Baker says:

      Tech idiot here. Don’t know how to do that. Is there something wrong with your audio?

  2. Sergio says:

    Any chance that we can see before and after pics?

  3. Joel Waters says:

    Great summary, Andy. The time, effort, and commitment . . .WOW . . . Are you back to eating a more “moderate” diet, now? If so, did the sodiu, glycogen, ect. cause a quick weight gain? Thanks, again, for all of the insight and keeping all of us informed of the progress along the way. Congratulations!

    • Andy Baker says:

      Sunday – Tuesday I ate whatever I wanted. Completely off the diet. Today I am back on for the next four days then heading out on vacation Sunday. I’ll be off again for a week. When I get back I’ll get back on the diet and me and Nathan are going to work something out that is strict Monday – Friday and loosens up on the weekends. But yeah, I was 216 when I got back on the scale today. Should come right back off though.

  4. Flo says:

    You’re supposed to smile in the ‘after’ picture! :-)

    • Andy Baker says:

      Ha! It was like 4:45am – getting ready to head into work. No smiles until I’ve had my coffee.

  5. Scott says:

    What’s the name and contact info for your nutrition guy?

    • Andy Baker says:

      Nathan Payton He’s hard to get a hold of though. Good luck. He is also the owner of Monster Gym here in Kingwood TX. I don’t know the contact info for the gym but you can probably do some google searching and find a phone number or email address.

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