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I now just 12 weeks out from Ontario Physique Association (OPA) fitness show where I will be competing this Oct in Cobourg, Ontario.

I happily started my training and diet about 16 weeks out at 12.9% body fat thinking YES I have more than enough time to truly rock it. I figured out my general training program for the next 4 month (which of course I will have to adjust based on progress). My diet on the other hand was a bit more of a confusion, since I made one of the top mistakes people make when prepping for a show which is listening to advise of too many different people. So basically the first two weeks I changed my diet 3 times, and then finally decided to create my own plan, since I know my body best and what works

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