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Entered on: August 18, 2003 9:02 AM by Ross
Well, my friends, I know this has been addressed time and again, but I feel that if you can't get some support from your friends, where can you get it? I have been off the Zone wagon for about 3 weeks or so, and my life is suffering heavily for it. Bone, I know you have been meaning to get back into it - what is your status?  
This weekend was a total loss for me as Serba and Stacy came into town and we pretty much ate/drank with abandon. I haven't been to the gym since well before I moved. My only saving grace is my activity levels are relatively high from moving and packing and cleaning. However, my stress levels are astronomical right now and I feel like absolute crap.  
Today is the first big day back on the Zone. Heather and I are working out as soon as I get home from work tonight. Is anyone jumping back into it with me? Come on, you know you want to!

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From: BigFatty Entered on: August 18, 2003 2:35 PM
You are not alone my friend. The Bone adventures caused Roche, Fatty and Bone to put on about 10 pounds each. Roche and I are doing the minimal amount of weight training plus frequent trips to the loading zone.  
I shall get a tattoo on my belly which will read "Born to be Fat"
From: Ross Entered on: August 18, 2003 2:40 PM
You should actually just make the tatoo say "Br o b Ft" so that when your belly expands even further, you can tatoo the missing letters in over time. It will make for a much more attractive display, which is clearly what you're interested in: making your belly more attractive.
From: Jackzilla Entered on: August 18, 2003 4:00 PM
The Loading Zone was in full effect on Saturday night. The Power Trio of Zilla, Roche and Fatty went to Ball's for dinner. We each got a Pork BBQ for dinner and a Chicken Croissant to be enjoyed later as a midnight snack. Needless to say all three of us ate both of our 'wiches right then and there. The midnight snack then became $5 pies from Little Sleezers. We ate 2 pies (with the help of Josh & Ron -- though I don't think they helped much).  
It was a sad sight though: By 10:00 pm Roche was taking a nap (he was sooo tired, the poor boy) and Fatty was playing KOTOR by himself. Fuck KOTOR and fuck nap-boy Roche! Hike up your skirts, sit down and play some Halo you pansies!!  

From: John Entered on: August 19, 2003 1:16 AM
It was a sad sight indeed. The loading Zone made me sluggish and fatigued. I was sleeping like a little baby right in the middle of game night, for shame.
From: The Bone Entered on: August 19, 2003 1:09 PM
Except for a bowl of ice cream every night after dinner, I've been eating well and working out. I definitely feel better. Ross - your theory on being strong is proving correct. All you have to do is eat a lot. When I got back from vacation, I was 8 lbs heavier and strong as fuck. I had a lot of diarrhea though.
From: Ross Entered on: August 19, 2003 1:37 PM
That's eerily similar to my recent activities, Bone. For the past 3 weeks, I've had diarrhea every day after lunch, and my diet hasn't been the greatest. Especially on the weekends, I ate a lot, and like shit. However, last night was my first weightlifting session in over three weeks, and I didn't lose one ounce of strength - if anything, I was slightly stronger.  
Long live lifting and shitting! And I'm back on the creatine, baby! Stinky Brainiac Johnson is in the hiz-ouse!
From: Swerb Entered on: August 20, 2003 12:17 AM
You know, that's funny, because I worked out for the first time in 3-4 weeks on Monday, and same thing: Save for going easier on the forearm work cuz of my carpal tunnel pains, I didn't go down any weight. Here's to laying around like a pig, eating Taco Bell and getting stronger!

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