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  • Jeff,

    You say they have a new in the Trenches with you doing legs...is it up yet or no
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    • [quote=The Natural One;385351]
      Originally posted by jrod View Post


      Hey J, Very good response bro!!!! Keep working hard. I think the same way bro!!!! Team U is 9 months away!!!
      Thanks, Kiyoshi, I can tell from your other posts that you feel the same! Thats right, 9 months left till TU, which means onlyat most 6 months of off-season; which is why I'm up at 4am to train. Gotta do what it takes.
      Jeff Rodriguez
      www.jrodfitness.com

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      • Originally posted by daeagles View Post
        Jeff,

        You say they have a new in the Trenches with you doing legs...is it up yet or no
        No, not up yet. Bill Comstock and I shot it, but I need to get together with Dave to do the voice-over before it can be up. Hopefully this happens soon.
        Jeff Rodriguez
        www.jrodfitness.com

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        • Originally posted by jrod View Post
          No, not up yet. Bill Comstock and I shot it, but I need to get together with Dave to do the voice-over before it can be up. Hopefully this happens soon.

          Check this out J, Maybe sometime next year closer to the team U, we could do a vid together In the Trenches for MD, sound good!!!!
          kiyoshimoody.com
          *TEAM GENR8* genr8speed.com

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          • Originally posted by The Natural One View Post
            Check this out J, Maybe sometime next year closer to the team U, we could do a vid together In the Trenches for MD, sound good!!!!
            Yeah, that sounds good. I'll mention this to Bill next time I talk to him.
            Jeff Rodriguez
            www.jrodfitness.com

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            • Flex,

              here are the pictures from my first show/s. They were one week apart. I dieted about 3 weeks (maybe 2.5) for the first one (the one outdoors, it's called The Chico Bodybuilding Show, won overall). I stopped dieting after the first one because I thought I was done competing, but my friend convinced me (I'm glad in the end) to do the second one (the 2005 NPC Contra Costa, placed 5th) on Wednesday night, the week of the show.
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              www.jrodfitness.com

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              • Originally posted by jrod View Post
                Flex,

                here are the pictures from my first show/s. They were one week apart. I dieted about 3 weeks (maybe 2.5) for the first one (the one outdoors, it's called The Chico Bodybuilding Show, won overall). I stopped dieting after the first one because I thought I was done competing, but my friend convinced me (I'm glad in the end) to do the second one (the 2005 NPC Contra Costa, placed 5th) on Wednesday night, the week of the show.
                Wow bro, you look really good in those pics, for it being your first shows. I dont think ill be able to achieve that type of conditioning. But I'll try

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                • Originally posted by jrod View Post
                  I dieted about 3 weeks (maybe 2.5) for the first one (the one outdoors, it's called The Chico Bodybuilding Show, won overall).
                  Holy FG crap.
                  "This is starting to sound like an After-School Special"

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                  • Striated glutes in three weeks. You are evil.

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                    • First off,

                      To Jrod and everyone else who posts here / reads this:

                      HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

                      Second: Jrod, congrats on the new job!

                      Finally: I just read your blog from when you had to wake up early - although you had a great workout, how was the rest of your day? And how many hours do you work? Do you like your job?
                      "This is starting to sound like an After-School Special"

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                      • Just curious what market your job is in or more specifically what is your job. I am graduating in december and I am on the hunt for a job. I have applied but havent heard back from anyone yet. I am thinking I am looking in the wrong areas.

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                        • Originally posted by Nic View Post
                          Just curious what market your job is in or more specifically what is your job. I am graduating in december and I am on the hunt for a job. I have applied but havent heard back from anyone yet. I am thinking I am looking in the wrong areas.
                          Hi Nic,

                          I went through the same thing. It took me a long time to find a job; and looking back on the process, I think I know a few reasons or why. First of all, I graduated with a BS in Math; however, I had no idea what I wanted to do. I considered teaching, personal training, sales, a math related job, non-math related jobs, etc. This made looking much harder than if I were to just narrow it down. Furthermore, once I narrowed it down, to sales, it took me a while (a couple interviews) to know how to interview for a position in sales (ie, what they look for/want to hear).

                          One thing I think you are doing that I didn't do is starting early. For some reason I thought it would be really easy to find a job, so I waited until I really needed one (IE no more $) to start looking. Good for you that you've started early. As tough as it may seem, just keep at it because eventually you'll find your job. Think about it like this (this is what I thought to make myself feel better): its going to take you X number of times applying (no one knows what X is), so each time you apply or interview and don't hear back, then you're just one step closer to reaching X.

                          As for tips for where/how to look (given that I don't know what you're looking for), I'd suggest craigslist, monster.com (post your resume online here), carreer builder.com, etc. Also, if your school has a job search service, use it (for example UC Davis has a site called Aggie Job Link, which is like a monster.com, but for employers that want recent graduates).

                          As for my job, I work for Cintas as a Sales Rep: www.cintas.com

                          Just keep at it, Nic, you'll eventually find one. GOOD LUCK!
                          Jeff Rodriguez
                          www.jrodfitness.com

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                          • Originally posted by LeePriestLover View Post
                            First off,

                            To Jrod and everyone else who posts here / reads this:

                            HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

                            Second: Jrod, congrats on the new job!

                            Finally: I just read your blog from when you had to wake up early - although you had a great workout, how was the rest of your day? And how many hours do you work? Do you like your job?
                            Thanks!!!

                            Rest of the day/s went well. First day was all paper work (HR stuff), and watching training videos. I'll be in training for a while (13 weeks!), so I will not get to do my actual job till I'm done. A funny thing did happen, though, on my first day. For lunch, four managers and I went out to lunch at a nice restaurant; on the company to welcome me on my first day. However, I had already packed some chicken breast and rice AND I didn't feel like trying to find something to eat at this place. So, when everyone had gotten their food and it was time to eat, I pulled out my tupper ware filled with chicken and rice. The rest of the lunch after that, they all started asking me questions about BB, diet, etc.

                            Once I'm done with training, though, I think this job will work well/easily with bodybuilding. I am only in the office 2 days per week, for about 5 hours at a time. The rest of the time, I am in the field, driving around to various appointments I have made. I will have NO problem getting meals in on time like this.

                            LPL, Happy Thanksgiving to you as well!

                            And Happy Thanksgiving to everyone else!
                            Jeff Rodriguez
                            www.jrodfitness.com

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                            • Happy Thanksgiving bro.

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                              • 2.5 weeks and that shredded. I hate you. LOL!!!
                                Republicans buy shoes too.

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