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Old 12-06-2007, 05:25 PM   #1
Matt Lawson
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Default feeling lazy

Do to a recent weight loss that was beyond my control i am trying to put on some missing muscle. im 5'9" @ 155 #s but formerly 165#s body fat somewhere around 7%.

Anyway, i have been doing the workout suggested by the template so kindly created in the sticky at the top of this forum... but i feel lazy. I have been doing CF workouts or the like for some time now so going back to the 6x6 thing is proving more difficult that i thought it would. I feel like i spend to much time at the gym and i dont work hard enough. Is this common? Should i just pick up my eating and get back on the CFing and see where that takes me?

thanks in advance for any help or comments. BTW: This is my first post. Thanks for providing this forum!
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