Chris Spratt 19 Oct 20146:34 PM I woke at 7.30am after a restless sleep due to nerves, excitement and the unknown of how my photos would turn out. All I could hope for was that the last three months of hard work would show in today's photo shoot. Should I have organised a professional or would our family camera, backdrop bed sheet and ideas of shots be enough to show case my hard work? I enjoyed my morning coffee and discussed today's plan with my wife then had a small drink of water. Made the kids their breakfast then began getting myself organised with a shower and shave only to get back in my boxer shorts haha! Did a light pump up session then began taking photos of various poses attempting to look natural in each. My wife was a terrific help providing some great ideas as we fumbled our way through. Taking all these photos is a workout in itself, I was buggered! Once I thought we had enough quality photos I enjoyed my breakfast of oats and supershred. I was lacking a little energy so I made myself another instant coffee (no sugar). We then packed a few items and drove into the gym for a few more photos attempting to mix it up a little. At least I would have options of different scenery. The lighting was quite dull so attempting to get the correct light was a challenge. We looked over a few different angles and to be honest I was exhausted. We packed up the weights we used and headed home with a big sigh of relief, I also had a super shred shake for a boost. When we returned home I heated up a serve of chilli chicken and 100grams of sweet potato then indulged in a soy cappuccino (my reward). It is a great feeling to have completed this final hurdle as the pressure was beginning to build. I feel excited, relieved and exhausted. We removed all the props used around the house then began getting dinner organised. No junk food tonight I enjoyed a nice big piece of rump steak with asparagus, beans, broccoli and corn. I plan on relaxing with the family tonight consuming my Nitetime shake and jumping into bed early. Today has been a highlight of this challenge. I got to spend the day with my family, we all shared ideas, laughed at times and achieved some great photos. I'm so glad I asked Sandra (my wife) for her assistance and we completed the challenge together .I was able to take my time and complete the photo shoot and still have time to relax. To answer my own question first thing in the morning, YES my hard work did show up in my photos and I couldn't be happier with them and myself. The Max's 2014 Muscle Up Challenge has been an absolute life changing pleasure to be a part of and I wish everyone involved all the very best with their outcomes. Thank you!