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  1. #16
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    Re: McKinnie trying to drop 15 more lbs.



    I'm trying to drop 141 lbs...my sister-in-law ... Bc




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    Re: McKinnie trying to drop 15 more lbs.

    I'm trying to drop 20 lbs and it ain't easy. I have a slow matabolism to begin with and at
    my age it's more difficult. I worked out yesterday in the gym, just came in from cutting
    the lawn, took a shower after sweating like a pig and now I'm off to the gym again after
    I take a little nap-lol.

    I haven't eaten all day. I'll make it.

    It's just not that easy for anyone, especially after 30.




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    Re: McKinnie trying to drop 15 more lbs.

    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    I'm trying to drop 20 lbs and it ain't easy. I have a slow matabolism to begin with and at
    my age it's more difficult. I worked out yesterday in the gym, just came in from cutting
    the lawn, took a shower after sweating like a pig and now I'm off to the gym again after
    I take a little nap-lol.

    I haven't eaten all day. I'll make it.

    It's just not that easy for anyone, especially after 30.
    P90X man.

    Trust me on that one. If you follow the nutritional guide/diet guide and do the work outs I guarantee you'll lose a lot more than 30lbs. And no, it's not a diet like you're only eating carrots and shit. You're eating a lot, but you're burning all of those calories off with a force.
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    Re: McKinnie trying to drop 15 more lbs.

    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    I'm trying to drop 20 lbs and it ain't easy. I have a slow matabolism to begin with and at
    my age it's more difficult. I worked out yesterday in the gym, just came in from cutting
    the lawn, took a shower after sweating like a pig and now I'm off to the gym again after
    I take a little nap-lol.

    I haven't eaten all day. I'll make it.

    It's just not that easy for anyone, especially after 30.
    I lost 25+ and 2" from waist at age 64, and unable to do much exercise beside walking because of a spinal operation. Just eliminate white from your diet -- no potatoes, pasta, rice, white bread, sugar.




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    Re: McKinnie trying to drop 15 more lbs.

    Quote Originally Posted by moose10101 View Post
    He probably loses 15 pounds every time he drops the kids off at the pool.
    Hahahahahahaha okay now that was funny.




  6. #21

    Re: McKinnie trying to drop 15 more lbs.

    I am not impressed either. He looked lazy on certain plays last year and seemed like he had no motivation.




  7. #22

    Re: McKinnie trying to drop 15 more lbs.

    Funny how running out of money and trying to extend your career and trying to get have a great year and another contract is a motivator. How else is he in the future going to earn millions other than football. The threat of poverty from being wealthy is great motivation.




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    Re: McKinnie trying to drop 15 more lbs.

    Frankly I dont care what motivates him as long as he gets motivated. I hope he plays outstanding this season and then some team way over pays for him next season.




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    Re: McKinnie trying to drop 15 more lbs.

    15 lbs is nothing. I just hope he plays good this season. We don't need any spectacular play. Above average would do.




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    Re: McKinnie trying to drop 15 more lbs.

    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    15 lbs is nothing. I just hope he plays good this season. We don't need any spectacular play. Above average would do.
    If he stayed with the guy he was blocking, things would be better. All I saw was initial contact and he would let the defensive player go around him.




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    Re: McKinnie trying to drop 15 more lbs.

    Quote Originally Posted by lovefootball View Post
    If he stayed with the guy he was blocking, things would be better. All I saw was initial contact and he would let the defensive player go around him.
    Isn't that the nature of zone blocking?
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    Re: McKinnie trying to drop 15 more lbs.

    If you want to talk about motivation...


    Supposedly Duce Lutui (guard with Seahawks) since reporting to Arizona's training camp last off-season around 385-390lbs has shown up to the Seahawks training camp after signing with them around 340lbs.

    If Lutui can do that in less than a year than McKinnie can certainly drop 10-15 more lbs if he really wants to.
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