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Posted 5/24/16

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I was the opposite in that I preferred functional power. I wouldn't do the high rep stuff until I wanted to train to maintain that condition. I didn't care much to lower my body fat and show it off. I think my feats of strength/speed showed it plenty enough. (the only supplements I took were some EAS protein mix and DIIM)

With all that power of course came some confidence but what made me really sick is the word "talent." It's like everyone was just rejecting all the hard work I put into something. I recently drew something since I haven't drawn in a few years and now everyone around me is going on about my "talent." Sure it's been a while, but drawing is a skill... I had to work hard to hone those skills.


What an appropriate avatar.
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What an appropriate avatar.


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PeripheralVisionary wrote:


GreatLordBalzak wrote:

I was the opposite in that I preferred functional power. I wouldn't do the high rep stuff until I wanted to train to maintain that condition. I didn't care much to lower my body fat and show it off. I think my feats of strength/speed showed it plenty enough. (the only supplements I took were some EAS protein mix and DIIM)

With all that power of course came some confidence but what made me really sick is the word "talent." It's like everyone was just rejecting all the hard work I put into something. I recently drew something since I haven't drawn in a few years and now everyone around me is going on about my "talent." Sure it's been a while, but drawing is a skill... I had to work hard to hone those skills.


What an appropriate avatar.



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GreatLordBalzak wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:
What an appropriate avatar.





There some female that got massive muscle >.< and sadly this person is on Steroid. :(


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2afo6xqg70A
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There some female that got massive muscle >.< and sadly this person is on Steroid. :(

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2afo6xqg70A


That stuff will wreck you. Definitely something to avoid. They really should only be used for constricted airways and healing injuries.
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Posted 5/24/16

GreatLordBalzak wrote:


JanusCascade wrote:

There some female that got massive muscle >.< and sadly this person is on Steroid. :(

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2afo6xqg70A


That stuff will wreck you. Definitely something to avoid. They really should only be used for constricted airways and healing injuries.



Agree, I never tried out Steroid due to fear.. Plus it make male's balls smaller! XD So that a big no no. :p

My sister friend got fully build like Bodybuilder you seen on movies, and he told me he was on steroid and wish that he never did! :/ I asked him how long it took him he told me one week! I was like WTF.. That was fast but not worth it in long term.

I saw him few year back and he now kinda of chubby heh.

Only stuff I use is from GNC (Bodybuilder supplement in legal way).
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Op I started primarily lifting and then moving on to an all body workout schedule back in my junior year of high school, I had just quit playing football so I had a lot of free time so I did what any teenage boy with too much time on there hands do and decided to rub one out. Well I ended up stumbling on this video of this guy completely lifting up a girl above his head and then on his shoulders and that's all it took, I knew I needed to do that lol. I know it seems like a dumb reason to most people but it's what keeps me motivated.

It's been a couple of years since and I'm a lot bigger and I'm not gonna lie I love the way girls in public sometimes get a quick glance at you thinking you're not looking . I especially loved it when I went to Japan earlier this year, especially when getting on the subway and standing holding on to the bar or swinging handles for support while not really flexing but having your arms visible. It was awesome enough already being taller than the average Japanese male but also bigger. I loved it when the girls would sometimes stare lol.

Ended up lifting a girl up while in Japan and it was awesome, also earned the nick name MachoSugoi with my buddies after I told them all about it and how that's what she said as she washed and touched my body. I didn't try lifting above my head as I still need something to motivate me to keep going to the gym.

As for supplements I take mostly use BSN products like their ISO burn protein powder, Amino X, Cell mass 2.0, glutamine pills and creatine pills.
I used to take pre workout but it messed with my anxiety way to much. As much as I loved that extra energy to me it wasn't worth having anxiety attacks. Be careful with the stuff.

I go to the gym 5 times a week usually after work for about 2-3 hours. Sometimes I sneak an extra day in at home on my days off as I have a bench press and some free weights I also feel off if I miss any days kinda like something is wrong. It's so much a routine now I don't really think about it much. And believe it or not the gym is where I feel most at peace, tired sure but for once in the day I have no stress and I get to shut off my brain and listen to some music.

As far as what I think of other people, nothing has really changed everyone is different no matter the size or shape.
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Op I started primarily lifting and then moving on to an all body workout schedule back in my junior year of high school, I had just quit playing football so I had a lot of free time so I did what any teenage boy with too much time on there hands do and decided to rub one out. Well I ended up stumbling on this video of this guy completely lifting up a girl above his head and then on his shoulders and that's all it took, I knew I needed to do that lol. I know it seems like a dumb reason to most people but it's what keeps me motivated.

It's been a couple of years since and I'm a lot bigger and I'm not gonna lie I love the way girls in public sometimes get a quick glance at you thinking you're not looking . I especially loved it when I went to Japan earlier this year, especially when getting on the subway and standing holding on to the bar or swinging handles for support while not really flexing but having your arms visible. It was awesome enough already being taller than the average Japanese male but also bigger. I loved it when the girls would sometimes stare lol.

Ended up lifting a girl up while in Japan and it was awesome, also earned the nick name MachoSugoi with my buddies after I told them all about it and how that's what she said as she washed and touched my body. I didn't try lifting above my head as I still need something to motivate me to keep going to the gym.

As for supplements I take mostly use BSN products like their ISO burn protein powder, Amino X, Cell mass 2.0, glutamine pills and creatine pills.
I used to take pre workout but it messed with my anxiety way to much. As much as I loved that extra energy to me it wasn't worth having anxiety attacks. Be careful with the stuff.

I go to the gym 5 times a week usually after work for about 2-3 hours. Sometimes I sneak an extra day in at home on my days off as I have a bench press and some free weights I also feel off if I miss any days kinda like something is wrong. It's so much a routine now I don't really think about it much. And believe it or not the gym is where I feel most at peace, tired sure but for once in the day I have no stress and I get to shut off my brain and listen to some music.

As far as what I think of other people, nothing has really changed everyone is different no matter the size or shape.



I'm with you on missing a day on workout and it make you want to do lot of situp for missing out.

I remembered that we went on Vacation and there was a swimming pool and what weird is that when I got in the water my whole body is sore and I couldn't swim that good! I was like what the hell.. Swimming is full body workout.. But I was in awe how worn out I was.. its like my body telling me that I've workout too much and need to take a break for few week from hardcore workout.
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