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Mark Atwood
After a long break, I've started taking "progress pictures" again. It's a little bit difficult, emotionally. In part because, the more I work, the more critical I get of my progress. And also the ways that my body is fighting me get all my attention. FerEx, my abs are not "flat", but the "stick out" of it is not flab at all. And I still am aware of the softness around my lower back. It makes it really hard for me to remember to notice the improved definition in my upper back and in my quads, and the removal the flab on my thighs.


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blackcoat From: blackcoat Date: July 13th, 2004 04:41 am (UTC) (Link)
Nice ass.
onemintjulep From: onemintjulep Date: July 13th, 2004 05:05 am (UTC) (Link)
Ahh...trolling for campers, I see... Not that you're ever short on dates. You look good. I remember last year being impressed by how much better you looked because you were obviously feeling more attractive. You were glowing. And speaking of glowing: If you could find a uv ray somewhere in Seattle, just a few might bring out your muscular highlights. And for crissakes, stand up straight! So many beautiful men slouching, why? You're a handsome man. Carry it around proudly. Looking forward to seeing you in a few weeks, cute panties.
simonb From: simonb Date: July 13th, 2004 10:51 am (UTC) (Link)
You're looking good; if you also change your body posture a little bit (ie in the middle picture your shoulders are a little further back than they could be; your body shape ends up being little bit like a ( shape) you'll see a greater difference.

From your entry I'm guessing that you have earlier photos as well; if so you could always do what I did for a friend and use XMorph (+ stuff to take the static images it generates to create an MPEG or animated GIF) to generate a morph between a before and after image. That can really illustrate how well you've done.
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