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Old 09-11-2009, 03:38 PM
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Any body builders out there? put up your pic and how long it took you to get your current size.

Heres a pic of me. NO DRUGS. NO SUPPLEMENTS. just years of training and lifting.

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Old 09-11-2009, 04:10 PM
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I'd post a pic, but I don't want to put you to shame. I have a better beer gut!



Or should I say, It's a keg gut in it's current state
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Old 09-11-2009, 04:18 PM
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How many years u been lifting?
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How many years u been lifting?
Ive been lifting off and on for about 5 years. I started sticking with a program and Ive been doing it for 6 months. Ive noticed that if you start off with lifting and do all your majors (core, arms, chest, back, legs) and the thing that you have to realize is you dont build muscle when you lift, you build it when you recover. I have a short recovery time so I do this every other day. some people may need 2 or 3 days to recover but its all good cause different people have different body types. But what I do is start off stretching then lift. after I get done with my lifting routine I do cardio. about 2 miles at a hard run. Every week I spar with my buddies using MMA rules. I dont know its just something thats fun for me and helps me relaxe and forget all about the stressful stuff.
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Old 09-11-2009, 05:45 PM
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To build you also need a proper diet. Throw in some protein shakes to help with your recovery. The amino acids will help build quicker with shorter recovery times. Building muscle won't happen overnight, but in times you will see some significant gains.
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Ive been lifting off and on for about 5 years. I started sticking with a program and Ive been doing it for 6 months. Ive noticed that if you start off with lifting and do all your majors (core, arms, chest, back, legs) and the thing that you have to realize is you dont build muscle when you lift, you build it when you recover. I have a short recovery time so I do this every other day. some people may need 2 or 3 days to recover but its all good cause different people have different body types. But what I do is start off stretching then lift. after I get done with my lifting routine I do cardio. about 2 miles at a hard run. Every week I spar with my buddies using MMA rules. I dont know its just something thats fun for me and helps me relaxe and forget all about the stressful stuff.
So are you saying every other day you do core, arms, chest,back,and legs? I lifted for years back in my teens and early twenties. I have not lifted in about 10 or so years and have gained massive amounts of BF. If that is your lifting schedule how did you test your recovery time and come up with that. I am still on BB forums and have followed some BIG guys routines. I have never seen one like you describe. Check out BodyBuilding Dungeon
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Old 09-11-2009, 05:59 PM
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bigger muscles comes from tearing and ripping the muscle
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this is my best bud jordan who was our city body building champ
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To build you also need a proper diet. Throw in some protein shakes to help with your recovery. The amino acids will help build quicker with shorter recovery times. Building muscle won't happen overnight, but in times you will see some significant gains.
Thats right rob, I use peanut butter sandwiches though. Im trying to prove to some people that I know supplements and protien shakes arent the only way to gain muscle. Plus they're something that I dont have the privledge of using, Not a real big income for me. and protien shakes are expensive. peanut butter on 12 grain wheat bread works good also is the point Im trying to make.
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JUST MY two cents
Eat ALOT of lean chicken..George Forman Grill!!!
I have always liked to use a (push) and a (pull) work out.for example Chest & Back, Shoulders & Legs, Biceps & Triceps, Core & Cardio...3-4 exercises per body part per day... giving those worked body parts time to rest & recover. Give it a try some time you might like it.
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