In less than 15 hours I will be in Chicago. I know there has to be a miserable part to this weight cutting ordeal but so far I'm just drinking a ton of water. Jamie tells me it all goes off in the last 36 hours or so, but I'm still sitting at around 254 pounds. So we'll see what I weigh tomorrow morning. My guess is 251ish.
Not a whole lot left to write. I should see the Lilliebridge family Friday and it will be great to catch up with them.
I will get pics, vids, and updates as quickly as I can. I want to thank everyone who has wished me well and fingers crossed that I don't blow anything out at this meet, hit something decent, and make it a worthwhile trip.
I'm more excited about my training partner lifting than my own. I think she's going to kill it.
Good luck and God be with you.ReplyDelete
All the best, Paul. Hope you and her see lots of white and looking forward to the post-meet write-up.ReplyDelete
Hey Paul, I haven't posted here a whole lot, but I've been reading your blog for quite a while and you've helped me transition to an injury free, steady progress lifting philosophy as I hit my 30's this year. Best of luck for the meet, we will be rooting for you and I'm sure you'll do us all proud, however it goes.ReplyDelete
Good luck brother. We are all pulling for you and yours.ReplyDelete
All the best for the two of you!ReplyDelete
Good luck can't wait man!ReplyDelete
All the best, big man, I'm really looking forward for the write up of the meet. On a side note, I started training my eldest son last week, and have to thank you again for being a huge source of inspiration in that area also.ReplyDelete
As akhan13 already noted, you'll do us all proud however it goes
Best of luck man!! As I like to say, I'm sure Y'all will fuck shit up! (In the good way of course)ReplyDelete
Good luck and God Speed Paul.ReplyDelete
All the best Paul. Have a great competition!ReplyDelete
Rip it up man. On a side note, have you considered wearing a 'Lifting For Diabetes' singlet?ReplyDelete
We know you will do well. You have done everything that you can to prepare and that was the hard part. Now comes the fun part so have fun! All the best to you and your training partner.ReplyDelete
Good luck, hope you make weight.ReplyDelete
Hope you tear it up at the meet and hit the numbers you've got in mind Paul! Nothing better than smashing a goal.ReplyDelete
Results are up for anyone curiousReplyDelete
That was from 2011.Delete