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37276 Commerce Lane Ste. C
J. F. Juge Construction is a qualified general contractor in the areas of Commercial, Custom Residential and Industrial construction. With more than 50 years experience in the industry, Juge Construction can provide traditional construction services as well as... more.
J.F. Juge Construction - Residential - Commercial - Industrial
JARED J. JUGE - VICE-PRESIDENT
Jared J. Juge has been working for Juge Construction all of his life. He graduated from Catholic High School in Baton Rouge and went on to earn a Bachelor's degree in Construction Management from LSU in 1990. Jared has been successfully managing the business ever since.
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Jared Juge, J.F. Juge Construction Company, Inc.
Max Muscle Sports & Fitness
Jared Juge on the first day ofLike a lot of Americans, Jared Juge awakened one morning about a year and a half ago, and he realized that something was seriously wrong.A contractor in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Juge had achieved success in his chosen field, but suddenly realized that his fast-paced, busy lifestyle had left him with a deficit of personal time.Says Juge, "Being in my line of work is demanding.I spend half my day driving around to jobs and the other half behind a desk.As a result, I gained a lot of weight during the years I'd spent building my business, and my eating habits got progressively worse.What's more, I never made time to get to the gym."Juge, while not alone in his plight, found himself ballooning into a shape he never imagined possible.He began feeling sluggish and found that he was fatigued constantly.Work was demanding, but not so draining that, at 35, he should feel quite that tired all the time.Desperate to make a change, and sick of his progressively worsening physical condition, Juge decided to take matters into his own hands and "MAXFORM" his body!Generally speaking, Juge just wanted to start looking better all around.WEEKS 1-4During the first four weeks, Juge gradually eased his mind and body into the program that would drastically change his life and physique.Rather than getting technical and confusing himself with complicated workout routines that demanded a great deal of him physically, Juge opted to slowly acclimate to his new routine.Juge started by doing 20-30 minutes of cardio, five days a week.This was something he felt he could handle without any problem.This realistic approach left Juge with someplace to go once he began losing body fat, scale weight, and inches.The biggest single mistake any dieter can make is starting out at an hour, which leaves only one place to go once plateaus occur: Insane amounts of time spent on cardio equipment to achieve the same results as someone beginning at 15- or 20-minute sessions and ending with an hour.TrainingJuge started his training program with lightweight training of each muscle group once per week.He included three or four exercises per body part workout, and did lower weight workouts using higher rep schemes (10-12 reps per set).Generally, he did a total of about 12-15 sets per body part, depending upon the size of the muscle group.jared3Jared used MaxPro, MM SportsJuge was actually not a stranger to Max Muscle's MM Sports Nutrition products.He had used Max Muscle supplements for a period of about three or four years.Having heard about the MaxFormation competition the year before, he decided to finally pull every element (diet, training, and nutrition) together for a shot at the big money!" Four weeks have passed and I can button my jeans again!"- Jared JugeDuring the next four weeks, the second phase of his MaxFormation, Juge's schedule tells the story of the kind of dedication it takes to become a Grand Prize winner:It all paid off, though, because during this phase, Juge had already tallied a nine-pound weight loss, a 3% fat loss total, and a loss of two inches in his waist.For anyone who has ever successfully changed their body, that's a monumental feat and a true motivator to continue on.DietAs in the four preceding weeks, Juge continued to utilize cream of wheat and rice as his main sources of carbohydrates.He continued to keep his carbs moderate during this phase, but increased his protein as he got leaner and expended more energy.His fat levels remained the same (15% of diet).Juge increased his cardio from 20 or 30 minutes a day, five days a week, to six days of cardio sessions that lasted between 30 and 40 minutes.He also increased the intensity levels of his cardio workouts, by way of alternating equipment (Stairmaster, Precor Eliptical, and Lifecycle), pace, incline, or difficulty, and by increasing overall duration and the frequency of cardio sessions per week."I burned, on average, an additional 500-700 calories per session, so that really bumped up the results for me during this phase."Juge says that though his carb levels remained the same in Weeks 5-8 as in Weeks 1-4, he had increased intensity levels and, therefore, had experienced a slight dip in energy.TrainingJuge increased the amount of weight he used in workouts.However, he continued to work each major muscle group just once, six days a week.At the start of the next four weeks, Juge experienced an increase in sweet tooth, which he quelled with Max Muscle High Protein Bars.He also added Max Creatine into the mix for better pumps during workouts and for muscle volume.In the second four weeks, he cut out the Andro/ Nor stack.-Jared JugeAt the start of the final phase, Juge had lost an additional ten pounds, 4% more body fat, and two additional inches off of his waist, for a total of 19 pounds, 7% body fat, and a four-inch total loss from his waist.Says Juge, "Though I was feeling lower in energy, the inspirational losses I'd experienced drove me to continue on to greater levels of conditioning within these last four weeks."DietJuge actually added carbs during this last phase, something which many of the MaxFormation contestants didn't have the luxury of doing throughout their diet.He added sweet potatoes and doubled his cream of wheat servings, cutting back on rice in favor of cream of wheat.Juge kept his cardio at six times per week but added more time and intensity to his sessions.Working on cardio equipment for an hour per day, he continued varying the form of cardio he utilized, as well as adding new challenges to the mix (greater levels of effort during sessions-adding incline, speed, pace, and programs).When he was able, Juge split his cardio into two separate 30-minute sessions to increase metabolism levels more than once throughout the day.TrainingJuge chose a higher rep scheme and used lighter weight in order to lose the last bit of fat around his waist.He was willing to do this even if it meant sacrificing a bit of hard-earned muscle in the process.He knew he wanted to win and felt that the grand prize would truly be within his reach at this point.Throughout this time, he had kept a copious journal of his workouts and knew exactly what he needed to do to improve during each phase.SupplementsJuge reintroduced his Andro Max Plus/19 Nor Diol stack to preserve muscle and increase hardness.Juge was, in fact, one of the three lucky grand prize winners.I hindsight, Juge knows that 50% of his success came from diet alone, and that cardio training and supplementation are 30%.The remainder is made up of weight training and pure heart.So was he surprised when he won?"I was speechless.It took 15-20 minutes for it just to sink in!"Initially, Juge was skeptical because he'd been transferred from the "Men's Open category to the "Advanced" category and wasn't sure he' stack up to any of the competition he might have.