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Posted 4/10/13
Haha... Never tried this..... just looking at it makes me feel Dizzy
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Posted 6/26/13
I used to bench my weight 145, but now I'm heavier and have loss muscle tone. I've gained the famous, Freshman 15
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Posted 6/26/13
past 100 I know but it is unknown to even me
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Posted 6/26/13
Don't lift weights whats the point
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Hey man ive been training for 11 years now since ive got out of highschool its a way of life for me not a routine anymore the thing ive started lifting 30 pound dumbells for begining just for fun now im hammer curling 80 pound dumbells if you need any advice let me know but let me tell you everibody starts at the very bottom to get your body used to weight training and so you gain proper form when doing exercises so you wont hurt yourself also ive been taking a crapload of suppliments i spend at least 300 dollars a month on preworkouts and alot of wheyprotein its costly but these suppliments are nessesary so you wont peak out or feel fatigued anyways let me know if you got any questions ill will answer them.

p.s. anybody who needs info just let me know ill aswer it.
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Posted 6/27/13
I can lift 2 five gallon buckets of paint up a latter and repeat that for hours. and I get paid to do it lol
Posted 6/27/13
I have benched 400 but due to my recent illness I have just started back but I can due over 300 easy. I due sets with 250. 6 sets of 10.
Posted 6/27/13 , edited 6/27/13
That builds a lot of physical strength. My brother used to roof before college and heard he could carry two bundles up there. The dude is strong as hell.
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Posted 6/27/13
less than the microwave
i am sorry to be so weak
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Posted 6/27/13

Brea01 wrote:

Don't lift weights whats the point


to develop a physique like mine a duh lol jk its enjoyable
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Posted 6/27/13

CarboKill wrote:



Having abs can also mean that you starve yourself. Male models, man.


try having an 8 pack because I compete in several combative sports
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Posted 6/27/13

Gyava wrote:


technodude4all wrote:


"lifting allot of weights doesnt make you strong its about how cut you are"
Umm, I'm not too sure what you're trying to say? Being cut means that you've got muscle and very little fat. It's a type a type of body that one who is strong may try to achieve. How do they get strong? By lifting weights..Or possibly doing a huge load of physical activities / sports, and probably also lifting weights. Those who are cut typically aren't stronger than those that lift a lot of weights commonly and don't worry about getting toned, because cut people have to battle between bulking and leaning up again..if you're not worrying about getting cut, then you can just continue lifting without worrying about so much cardio / burning fat and gain more strength.


Yeah.. Dunno what he was talking about. Looks like he deleted his foolish comment. His abs pictures are also on Tumblr, so.. Sigh. Why do people with fake ab pictures come to Crunchyroll?


team nak muay 2012 yeahhhhhh
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Posted 6/27/13 , edited 6/27/13
70 db 305 bench max at 160 squat 405 at 138 still a nerd though
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It doesnt really matter what other people started at ... all that matters is that you push yourself to the absolute limit. Start with weights that somewhat challenge you and then move up in weight ... it will be a long grueling process but it will be worth it in the long run. Keep a log of your workouts so you see your own progress in your workouts and etc. Do RESEARCH! Theres so much information available on the internet some good sites would be bodybuilding.com, prosource.net, menshealth/mensfitness, muscleandstrength, muscleandfitness, flex, and musclemag. now let me tell you what i can lift ... I weight 133 on average and bench about 210 max ... took me about a 12 months or so of working out to get to this point cause i was really weak at the time and still am. i squat about 255 max which took me about 12 months to reach. i deadlift about 225 max which took me about 12 months. okay now back to the advice ... consistency and motivation is what got me to this point as long as you have those two ... you will be able to progress smoothly in your transformation. hope this kinda helped. Oh i recommend that you take a before and after picture of working out that way you see the progression/transformation and stay motivated to workout ... Now lets talk about workout types and supplementation. Theres alot of different ways you can workout ... high weight low reps, low weight high reps, a mixture of both, high intensity interval training and a whole bunch of other workout programs and regimens. I recommend mixing up your routine every so often from high weight low reps to low weight high reps to high intensity interval training and etc. changing your rountine and workout regimen every month or so should be sufficient in not plateauing. For supplements all you really need is protein for after workouts ... preworkouts helps with the intensity of the workout but you dont need. haha just go research on supplements and determine for yourself if you want it or not. A HEALTHY DIET IS KEY ... just putting that out there and if you need any advice just ask around ... the bodybuilding community or simply people that workout are kind enough to help people that just start off ... thats enough ... i think well then ciao~
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