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SaqurakiHanamichi
11-21-2006, 11:18 PM
Man Today i worked out like a mother fuker.

ran a hour then did mad dips pushups pullups

i love this shit, FUk smoking siggarets straight up

num2son
11-21-2006, 11:22 PM
i love this shit, FUk smoking siggarets straight up

Good for you, I walk to the park back and forth, just dont site in front of a computer and visit wutang corp all day.

I need to drink water more.

Sicka than aidZ
11-22-2006, 01:20 AM
i did 70 situps, 30 pushups, not much but the weather is terrible here so i gotta just do what i can wit what i got which aint shit but a tiny apartment. ill probably get in atleast 100 more of both before i pass out thats how many i usually get done in a day. i really need to start running and jumping rope. thats something i need to pick up is a jump rope. ima try getting back into martial arts too now that i live downtown. i was gonna do the same thread today. amazing turn out i hope more people realize this shit is here. fuck cigarettes any advice on quitting. i live by an acupuncture joint and they got different tea's for detoxing cigarettes. ive been imagining that ive already quit and i dont get cravingz. try to picture myself as someone who shouldnt have anything to do wit cigarettez. ive been smoking since i was 15 so i know itz hard as hell to quit. dont start pimptastic ill piss in your mouth. peace:dead:

EAGLE EYE
11-22-2006, 01:29 AM
Ive been making an effort to stop smoking budz lately, and Im on almost week four. Ive been offered to smoke 4 times in the last 5 days and have turned it down. Its starting to annoy me that my friends wont let up and leave me be. I also wanna quit cigarettes, I might as well cuz I didnt start smoking on a daily basis since halfway through this past july.

I need to get my ass into the gym but I need money for groceries and paying bills, hopefully things will work out when I get employed again..

Frontal Lobotomy
11-22-2006, 01:32 AM
I don't work out religiously. But I don't eat that much in crappy junk foods or anything like that. Need to get my stamina back though, can't play football for shit these days

Sicka than aidZ
11-22-2006, 02:36 AM
i just went an grabbed a smoke off some bitch at the bar. tomorrow ima get those chinese tea'z and shit and probably work out wit a friend. she dont smoke so i wont beable to get shit from her.

EAGLE EYE
11-22-2006, 02:39 AM
i just went an grabbed a smoke off some bitch at the bar. tomorrow ima get those chinese tea'z and shit and probably work out wit a friend. she dont smoke so i wont beable to get shit from her.

I got those chinese teaz

TeknicelStylez
11-22-2006, 02:55 AM
I think thats why I'm so skinny, I leave my house at like 11 a.m and usually don't stop walking till about 3-4 a.m with few breaks in between but I can honestly say I walk at least 5-6 miles a day.

EAGLE EYE
11-22-2006, 03:02 AM
how does drinking beer/liquor fit into a balanced diet?

002
11-22-2006, 04:11 AM
i do like 50 pushups allmost every morning, or sometimes 20 with a clap... and some shadowboxin... that's about it. and yea, i've been drinking a lot for a couple of years now and i still look dope :)

NIGHT MAYOR
11-22-2006, 04:20 AM
i herd ed runs marathons n shit, and is a tai kickboxing champ.

TeknicelStylez
11-22-2006, 05:28 AM
cardio is good for u though, it all depends on what your goals are. If u wanna build muscle mass, then lower the rat eof cardio u do. It also depends on the intensity of the workout. That could be the case Tek, but it also depends on how often u eat as well and "what u eat". People think that by not eating it'll make u lose weight; in a sense yes this can be true, though it's more common your stomach will, I guess 'swell' for lack of a better word and give u the opposite effect. If u rarely eat or atleast, eat only 1nce a day and gorge yourself, this can be the cause of losing weight. I eat atleast 6 small meals a day, each consisting of different nutrients I need, this again can be annoying since most folks enjoy variety and disregard bland foods. I prob eat chicken 3-4 times a week, if I eat specific foods depending on what it is, I never use gravy, hot sause, mayo or anything that increases the fat, when I eat pizza its usually vegetarin and has whole wheat crust, vegetarian lasaunga etc. Again, if u need tips ask a nutritionist.



lol, it doesn't. Though its not so bad if u don't drink often. Otherwise your just filling your body up with empty carbs and as they say, giving yourself a beer gut. That doesn't mean u are restricted from drinking, I barely drink myself and most personal trainers will say otherwise (as in don't drink at all), but just balance it out. If u like to party and drink often, start off by drinking every 2nd week rather than every week, etc. LOL, i know it sux, but.........

then again it depends. If you only drink to get drunk (whihc is my case cus I never have just a social drink, otherwise I have like, Ice tea or some shit) than yes do what I said earleir, otherwise if your a social drinker and just have a beer to relax and watch the game, etc....just lower the amount how often u do it, i.e.: if u do this like, everyday, cut it back to only 3 times a week instead and gradually decrease the amount u do it. Starting slow is the way to go, cus breaking habits is very hard....believe me I know all too well.

Theres really nothing consistant about my diet whatsoever, I usually just eat whatever I can get my hands on and I definately don't eat as often as most people do, sometimes I skip days.

Sicka than aidZ
11-22-2006, 05:37 AM
I think thats why I'm so skinny, I leave my house at like 11 a.m and usually don't stop walking till about 3-4 a.m with few breaks in between but I can honestly say I walk at least 5-6 miles a day.



weather is soooo shitty here for real like 40 mile an hour windz every day and rain and shit but damn there'z a million thingz to do here so when it is nice im fuckin mobbin

Inspectah_Dirk
11-22-2006, 05:38 AM
I work out yes. And smoke cigarettes. Still able to run 90 minutes straight up, and do push ups and situps like crazy like you wouldnt believe.

Sicka than aidZ
11-22-2006, 05:39 AM
word up i gotta work on these fuckin wucorp awardz itz gonna take an eternity

Locust
11-22-2006, 11:06 AM
i do muay thai training 4 times a week, thats enough for me

TAURO
11-22-2006, 11:39 AM
I got to the gym alot, it's one of my hobbies, I've been consistent now for about 6 months and it's going great. Im aiming for lean muscle mass but im currently focusing on building.

My routine changes alot including the days that I train but it more or less breaks down like this:

Day 1: Chest/Triceps

Chest
4 sets flat bench
4 sets incline bench
4 sets decline bench
4 sets butterfly press

Sometimes I do 3 sets per it just depends on the weight im lifting or if I just feel like switching up.

Triceps
4 sets dips
4 sets cable pulldown
4 sets overhead dumbell press

Day 2: Back

Day 3:abs/biceps

Day 4:Shoulders

Day 5:Legs

My workouts feature rest days either every other day or every two days and my program is spread over a two week period.
All my workouts follow a similar format to the chest and tricep workouts, also I sometimes take a week of weight training and just do 3/4 days of cardio.

I have a training partner who is more advanced than I am which helps alot because it keeps me motivated, I highly recommend to try and get someone to train with you it makes all the difference, trust.

SHRAP
11-22-2006, 01:00 PM
i drink liquor and punch walls

Battle 1
11-22-2006, 07:15 PM
fast metabolism.........some of us are lucky, genetics can be a useful thing.......thank your parents for their genes


True. But no amount of genetic factors can make a person match up with a proffesional body-builder in terms of muscles. All the pro's use Anabolic Steroids. You have bodybuilders that enter natural body-building competitions, but none of them are nearly as big or muscular as Ronnie Coleman, or Jay Culter, etc.

Battle 1
11-22-2006, 07:30 PM
^^

fast metabolism.........some of us are lucky, genetics can be a useful thing.......thank your parents for their genes

If your lean and train naturally, fast metabolism, etc. Good Luck, you'll need all the luck that you can get in the world training naturally. I mean getting ripped is a possibility, but your still gonna be skinny as hell. Plus, with high metabolism, it's even harder to gain or put on extra weight needed to get really big. Mass, and I stress the word muscle mass itself on an extreme level, bulging round huge muscles like what you see on the proffessional level can only be acheived through steroids. Why do you think it is all proffessional bodybuliders use anabolic steroids if it were not necessary ?? Or if there was another way ?? Anabolic Steroids is the only way to acheive real huge big enormous muscles, not talking about that fitness or just fit athletic looking body which for some can be achieved naturally. Even some just athletic looking people use steroids just to acheive that even, in much less larger dosages of course since their goals are different. But unfortunelty all Anabolic Steroids have some side-effects and can be dangerous. Point blank you put your health at risk as well as they do to look absolutely huge and muscular like that. It destroys your body on the inside, especially long term use, as well as other physical side-effects besides huge muscles. Some of the side-effects are no joke. Definelty know what you are getting into before you do.


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Ghost In The 'Lac
11-22-2006, 07:47 PM
this what i used to look like before i started eating you know, shit like potato chips, mars bars, and krusty-o's.

http://homepages.wmich.edu/%7El5bucknell/super_muscle_man.jpg

Tha Double-P
11-22-2006, 08:21 PM
im starting to work out ( about 30 pushups, 50 situps, and some running ) a day to train cuz im goin into the army when im older

Battle 1
11-22-2006, 09:14 PM
this what i used to look like before i started eating you know, shit like potato chips, mars bars, and krusty-o's.

http://homepages.wmich.edu/%7El5bucknell/super_muscle_man.jpg

Wow !! You used to look like that ??

Really, what did you use to get like that ? I don't even think no amount of steroids can make a person that big.


But really that picture is fake right ?? Meaning that not even with steroids a person can look like that. But, maybe synthol, now that is a different story. He kind of looks like that dude Greg something that used Sythol to enhance his muscles. But that dude Greg something only used sythol in his biceps. That guy in that picture if real must have used it on various muscles. And not only that alone. But that guy on that picture would have to be using synthol with a combination of the most potent strongest anabolic steroids available to look like that really. Since sythol would give you that size perhaps, but not shape, form, or density in terms of being that ripped at such a huge size.

Battle 1
11-22-2006, 09:22 PM
^^


As if a human body were even capable of handling all the sythol plus steroids that it would take to look like that, still his life span would be decreased by more than half surely. Plus really, the side-effects on the inside would most likely kill a person right away before even getting like that, or shortly afterwards in the near future maybe even.

Furthermore, if it were real how come he is not well known ?? He didn't enter and win Mr.Olympia. He would easily beat any proffessional bodybulider alive even if it were real. That picture must be fake then.

EAGLE EYE
11-22-2006, 09:56 PM
I know a bunch of people whos lives revolve around body building, and most of them cant get with a girl if their lives depend on it.

Having game > looking huge

TAURO
11-22-2006, 10:52 PM
^^feeling inadaquete with all this gym talk are we?....lol

EAGLE EYE
11-23-2006, 12:08 AM
^^feeling inadaquete with all this gym talk are we?....lol

haha not really, its just that i have friends who spend all their free time at the gym and just cant seem to get laid. I also have that ridiculous roomate who hasnt gotten laid in i think something like 3 years. The dudes a monster..

Bloo
11-23-2006, 01:38 AM
Working out huh...

Does Penis Pilates count?

Lil' Ruger
11-23-2006, 01:58 AM
i did 100 pushups today (not in a row) 50 then 50 after a break.....and 100 situps with a small break at 80.....but i dont do much of that some jumpNjacks (or however you spell it) once and awhile....

sometimes i go to the YMCA and workout but not much but i'll go play foot ball with my friends...(not soccer)

TAURO
11-23-2006, 09:20 AM
The best way for a good ab workout is to break it down like this.....

Mid section
4 sets of 12 to 15 reps

Upper
4 sets of 12 to 15 reps

Sides
8 sets of 12 to 15 reps - 4 sets each side

Lower
4 sets of 12 to 15 reps

Follow this routine and you will be on your way to hard abs.

Sexy Jasper
11-23-2006, 09:46 AM
I work out a lot, but a healthy diet is more important to me. I run enough errands and other tasks that involve physical effort and my job consists of heavy lifting. So beside all the pushups, sit ups, crunches and such, I get my daily work out.

Unforgiven
11-23-2006, 10:07 AM
I've recently made the decision to cut smoking and blazing out of my daily routine. I'm pretty big, my friends say I'm not but you know, thats just friends being friends. I haven't weighed myself in a minute, but I'm pretty sure I'm 190-210 range. I guess I've decided to do some life changes, which is good because I want to live a healthy life and I'm still fairly young, so if I get my shit on track now, I'm not gonna be some bald 45 year old sitting on the fuckin' couch. I'm pretty sure it will help me with my confidence and self-esteem too because right now, that shits bordering redline. I guess I'm gonna start to do 50 pushups and 50 situps in the morning and and 50 more of each at night, I'd like to goto 100, but I know it will be easier once I improve on my endurance.

Anyone have any fat burning tips they can share?

TAURO
11-23-2006, 10:59 AM
I've recently made the decision to cut smoking and blazing out of my daily routine. I'm pretty big, my friends say I'm not but you know, thats just friends being friends. I haven't weighed myself in a minute, but I'm pretty sure I'm 190-210 range. I guess I've decided to do some life changes, which is good because I want to live a healthy life and I'm still fairly young, so if I get my shit on track now, I'm not gonna be some bald 45 year old sitting on the fuckin' couch. I'm pretty sure it will help me with my confidence and self-esteem too because right now, that shits bordering redline. I guess I'm gonna start to do 50 pushups and 50 situps in the morning and and 50 more of each at night, I'd like to goto 100, but I know it will be easier once I improve on my endurance.

Anyone have any fat burning tips they can share?


Don't bother trying to do 50 push ups and sit ups in one go, you will just tire yourself out unnesessarily.
My advice would be to break it down into sets of about 10 to 15 repetitions with 40 seconds of rest in between, count the seconds so that you are ready to go again when you reach 40.

Assuming that you don't go to a gym the best advice I can say to you is to cycle everywhere you go, this is a great way to burn calories, but in order to burn the fat you need you have to monitor your heart rate so that you can make sure that you are maintaining a steady level of fat burning without exausting yourself.

Lay off fizzy drinks and drink lots of water, this small change will make a lot of difference believe me.

If you can avoid transport, do so you will find your stamina improving all the time.

Orhan Gencebay
11-23-2006, 11:47 AM
you lucky motherfuckers i sit here all day waiting for ppl answering my posts on various forums...my eyes get tired and even porn cant get my dick hard anymore. yo, i drink fruit juice but apart from going to the supermarket or the toilet or the kitchen i dont move.

ok, c ya later, alligator!

Inspectah_Dirk
11-23-2006, 01:29 PM
For real...those huge bodybuilders...they are in pain all day, they have trouble walking around, mostly sit down when not training, cant even lift a couch, and cant eat shit, only the things that help them with their training. It's sick, and it's no life at all. And i heard this from the #2 bodybuilder in the world.

front.Porch
11-23-2006, 01:52 PM
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Unforgiven
11-23-2006, 04:00 PM
Don't bother trying to do 50 push ups and sit ups in one go, you will just tire yourself out unnesessarily.
My advice would be to break it down into sets of about 10 to 15 repetitions with 40 seconds of rest in between, count the seconds so that you are ready to go again when you reach 40.

Assuming that you don't go to a gym the best advice I can say to you is to cycle everywhere you go, this is a great way to burn calories, but in order to burn the fat you need you have to monitor your heart rate so that you can make sure that you are maintaining a steady level of fat burning without exausting yourself.

Lay off fizzy drinks and drink lots of water, this small change will make a lot of difference believe me.

If you can avoid transport, do so you will find your stamina improving all the time.

Ahh good lookin' out Tauro. I try to drink water and milk only when I'm thirsty now and I need to get my bike kickin' again as it recently died lol.

When I'm doing the sets of 10 or 15, should I try to do more than 50 or do I want to gradually work my way up past 50?

TAURO
11-23-2006, 04:14 PM
Ahh good lookin' out Tauro. I try to drink water and milk only when I'm thirsty now and I need to get my bike kickin' again as it recently died lol.

When I'm doing the sets of 10 or 15, should I try to do more than 50 or do I want to gradually work my way up past 50?


To be honest 50 is not a lot to begin with, I was simply explaining the bare minimum, but look at it like this:

4 sets of 10 is 40 reps overall

4 sets of 15 is 60 reps overall

If I was you aim for doing 4 sets of 15 to start with and as you get stronger increase your reps to 20.

Of course a proper ab workout would go like this:

Mid section
4 sets of 12/15 reps

Sides
8 sets of 12/15 reps - 4 sets either side

Upper
4 sets of 12/15 reps

Lower
4 sets of 12/15 reps

If you work that out that is well over a hundred reps which is enough for a good workout plus you have covered all the bases, this is my workout but it has to be noted that I train in the gym where there are alot more options in the way you train so I would advise you join if you haven't already, if not stick with what I said above.

Unforgiven
11-23-2006, 04:46 PM
I'm gonna have to read into how to properly do my other sections.

Battle 1
11-23-2006, 07:06 PM
ok, first of all, u took what I said out of context and completley disregardxed what I was implying. That post was in no way shape or form associated with gaining mass. The dude said he has been eating like shit and drinking and he still looks fit; all I said was that having genetics can play a minor role in this particular situation for the fact that there are few people out there who naturally have decent abs and such without working out a day in their life. If I was speaking about gaining mass and such, then your response would apply but it doesn't in this case. Though u make a few valid points, it's not associated not the emphasis of this topic; exercing is. There's a body building thread in the sports section, but to respond to what u said:

Yes steroids play a very high role in the sense of gaining massive muscle mass to look like the people on WWE and such, but again it's all about what your goals are. There are plenty of people who workout naturally just following a balanced diet and a dedicated workout routine who look great, for example: MMA fighters. And yes, in retrospective they may take roids themselves in some cases depending on the weight class, though if u say that ALL do, then thats just obsurd.

Personally, I've been training over about a year and a half now, and with the routine I have been following including a balanced diet, getting the right nutrients and having meal replacements with protein shakes and such, I look pretty damn good without trying to sound like I have a swelled-head about it, nor did roids play any role in it. I def. don't look like a body builder nor a Pro Wrestler or whatever, because thats not the goal I was/am aiming for.....IMO those people look disguisting with thei r veins popping out and shit.....ugh, makes me wanna vomit. Thogh thats just my opinion and its not for me. But bottom line, I look pretty fuckin good.

Anywayz, thats my 2 cents




I wasn't talking about all sports. Maybe you took that out of context. I mean specifically speaking proffesional bodybuilding or on the same level as the pro's. Nah mean now ?? Name a heavy duty proffessional bodybuilder that does not use steroids then if so ?? I mean performing in Mr.Olympia and such in the heavy weight division. Or even at Nationals on a national level in the heavy weight divisions. Huh ?? There's no such thing. Not one single one of them. Like I said steroids account for 90% if not more of the pure muscle mass you see on them actually. Like you said genetics play a factor, but a very small factor none the less. Since length, height, or bone structure does not not have anything to do with the amount of muscle mass a person has. Look at Ronnie Coleman, much smaller than Arnold Swartnegger was in height or length, but Ronnie is more muscular than he was. Plus even franco Columbu Arnold's training partner or side-kick same situation.




:)

Battle 1
11-23-2006, 07:28 PM
I know a bunch of people whos lives revolve around body building, and most of them cant get with a girl if their lives depend on it.

Having game > looking huge


Once your on a cycle of anabolic steroids, at a certain point during the cycle your body will no longer produce it's own testosterone. Your nuts or balls shrink and become really small. It can have quite a strong mental or psychological effect on a person as well. Imagine your nuts shrinking and becoming very small like tiny pebblets, talk about having no balls, literally. That's crazy !

Once you stop an anabolic cycle in most cases your nuts will return to normal. But it takes awhile and the longer it takes the more of the gains or muscle you gained will be lost. That's why then you will need what steroid users call a PCT (Post Cycle Therapy). The better your PCT than the better your chances are that your gains may be kept. Still you can certainly in most cases expect some loss regardless of how good your PCT is.

Oh, and lastly but most importantly. You have to cycle off or stop using steroids for a period recommended usually even longer than you were on it. If you decide well than you will never cycle off or stop using steroids, think again. If so might as well kiss your nuts good bye forever !! Plus, not to mention other kind of side-effects such as liver damage to name the least. That's why steroid users have to do cycles on and off. As you can imagine off cycles are the worst. All kinds of physical problems, possible steroid crash even. Off cycles are usually very depressing for bodybuilders as you can imagine.



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zeppelin2k
11-23-2006, 09:03 PM
squats
deadlifts
clean and press
bench press

and eat A LOT
c100% pure micronized creatine monohydrate with gatorade after workout
ZMA before bed

bcaas
a few more things
but try those out oh
www.t-nation.com
peace

zeppelin2k
11-23-2006, 09:04 PM
The best way for a good ab workout is to break it down like this.....

Mid section
4 sets of 12 to 15 reps

Upper
4 sets of 12 to 15 reps

Sides
8 sets of 12 to 15 reps - 4 sets each side

Lower
4 sets of 12 to 15 reps

Follow this routine and you will be on your way to hard abs.

no you wont
you will be on ur way to abs you still wont see unless you eat properly
everyone has abs, and most people have fat on top of those

TAURO
11-23-2006, 09:40 PM
no you wont
you will be on ur way to abs you still wont see unless you eat properly
everyone has abs, and most people have fat on top of those

Of course you need to eat properly...I didn't realise I needed to break it down to a retard level I just assumed that would be common sense, I was just letting people know the workout requirement.

Battle 1
11-24-2006, 06:10 PM
ok but..........again your coming from a completley different area of interest that isn't related to this topic, nor what I was talking about. The guy said "who here works out?" not "who here bodybuilds?". If bodybuilding was the main emphasis of the thread, you'd be in the right, but the impression i'm getting from u is, your saying that u can only gain muscle mass through performance enhancing drugs? If thats what u are implying I think thats ridiculous, but If I'm misenterpreting, my bad.

I mean, I understand u are talking about the perspective of being a pro bodybuilder but...........I said absolutley nothing related to body building in any of my posts. When I mentioned about genetics to the guy, he was saying "I barely work out and drink all the time and I still look fit". Obviously in "this case" genetics play a more major role than the mminor role it plays when dealing with bodybuilding or working out in general; but if you'd say that genetics don't play a more major role in this case, what would u say otherwise? I just don't get your point constantly referring to bodybuilding when it has nothing associated to this case, so u can see why I don't see where you're coming from and I think it is "u" who took my post out of context when I spoke about genetics because it was not intended to be based on my perspective of working outas a whole, rather just in this case. This isn't about bodybuilding, this is about working out, hell I admit I know nothing about body building, but that has nothing to do with the topic; or atleast it's not the main emphasis, so thats why I'm giving my advice......if this was about bodybuilding I'd have not posted in the first place cus I don't know fuck all about it...exercising I do.

I just don't know why u keep referring to bodybuilding, it has nothing to do with anything I've been talking about, nor does it really relate to the topic at hand. Again, theres a body building thread in the sports section where all these points you've made would be valid since that is the main emphasis of your discussion.


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I know where your coming from. But training naturally really sucks when your training next to a guy at your gym that is three times your size. Makes you then seem so small sorta like a weakling even, and much worse like all your damn hard work is in vain. It makes people who train naturally seem like all they are doing is in vain. I mean working out at a gym is by the way ten times better than just doing sit ups, push ups, or running. I mean those things are great also so don't get me wrong either. And I trully see where your coming from now, you mean just staying in shape. That's great too since something is much better than nothing actually. The thing with me is I always wanna be the best at everything I love or do. And I love bodybuilding. I always take things to extreme because I am an extremist also. I don't know maybe that's not really healthy as you can imagine all of the time. I gotta learn to be satisfied with the little things too but that's hard for me sometimes. It's usually all or nothing with me.

Battle 1
11-24-2006, 06:36 PM
For real...those huge bodybuilders...they are in pain all day, they have trouble walking around, mostly sit down when not training, cant even lift a couch, and cant eat shit, only the things that help them with their training. It's sick, and it's no life at all. And i heard this from the #2 bodybuilder in the world.



That's sometimes true but only during their off cycles though, know why ?? It's cause their bodies then have to carry, hold, and maintain all that extra weight and muscle which they achieved un-naturally on it's own without the help of any outside substance, or juice(Roids) as it got used to doing when they were on their cycle.

Off-cycles are hell, bodybuilders weakest moments and sometimes a living nightmare. Yeah, that's the price those people have to pay to be the best or greater than all the rest. High price, since your virtually putting your health at risk. High-blood pressure is also very common too as well as the human heart having to work harder, among many other side-effects. A wise bodybuilder has to frequently get blood tests to make sure everything is not at extremely high levels because extreme high levels can not only be dangerous but fatal as well.

Battle 1
11-24-2006, 07:02 PM
ok but..........again your coming from a completley different area of interest that isn't related to this topic, nor what I was talking about. The guy said "who here works out?" not "who here bodybuilds?". If bodybuilding was the main emphasis of the thread, you'd be in the right, but the impression i'm getting from u is, your saying that u can only gain muscle mass through performance enhancing drugs? If thats what u are implying I think thats ridiculous, but If I'm misenterpreting, my bad.

I mean, I understand u are talking about the perspective of being a pro bodybuilder but...........I said absolutley nothing related to body building in any of my posts. When I mentioned about genetics to the guy, he was saying "I barely work out and drink all the time and I still look fit". Obviously in "this case" genetics play a more major role than the mminor role it plays when dealing with bodybuilding or working out in general; but if you'd say that genetics don't play a more major role in this case, what would u say otherwise? I just don't get your point constantly referring to bodybuilding when it has nothing associated to this case, so u can see why I don't see where you're coming from and I think it is "u" who took my post out of context when I spoke about genetics because it was not intended to be based on my perspective of working outas a whole, rather just in this case. This isn't about bodybuilding, this is about working out, hell I admit I know nothing about body building, but that has nothing to do with the topic; or atleast it's not the main emphasis, so thats why I'm giving my advice......if this was about bodybuilding I'd have not posted in the first place cus I don't know fuck all about it...exercising I do.

I just don't know why u keep referring to bodybuilding, it has nothing to do with anything I've been talking about, nor does it really relate to the topic at hand. Again, theres a body building thread in the sports section where all these points you've made would be valid since that is the main emphasis of your discussion.


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Everyone's human body has limitations. When training as hard as you can naturally there then eventually will come a point that you will no longer be able to cross or go beyond, no matter how hard you try. Especially and foremost in muscle mass for example. Where you won't go any further training naturally. Now this point varies from person to person though eveyone has this point. Do you actually think that your body can or will keep growing if you keep training and eating correctly forever, just keep on growing forever and forever. Not to mention also especially if also training the same even. Then why is it that people even use steroids then ?? I mean if your saying that you will keep growing naturally as long as you train hard. It doesn't matter how hard you train every single body has their natural limitations. Once your body is a big as it can get naturally you will need something to brake through that barrier, and then wala there's where anabolic steroids come in. Which by the way I don't condone or reccommend since they are very dangerous actually. Health is more important than looks in the end actually, but to think that you can achieve the levels of mass and muscles naturally that someone gets from using anabolic steroids is very naive.


By the way is there really a bodybuilding section on this forum ?? Cause I have never seen it before.

Battle 1
11-24-2006, 08:02 PM
^^ Opps, I meaned is there really a bodybuilding thread not section on this fourm ?? Cause I never seen it before.

tha god concept
11-24-2006, 11:16 PM
im always on the grind werkin shit out

tha god concept
11-24-2006, 11:17 PM
my vocab B viscious

Battle 1
11-25-2006, 08:31 AM
ok.....but again, I never implied in any way, shape or form say that u could look like a guy using anabolic steroids through just naturally working out.....all I am saying is u can get big regardless of using roids at all. Not necessarily the size of a body builder, but u can def. still get big. Thats just where I don't get where your coming from, I think you're just misinterpreting me wrong iz all.




yes, well....the thread is entitled, "wieght lifting" but I think its more closely related to your discussion than this thread

http://www.wutang-corp.com/forum/showthread.php?t=22852

^ thats the link, its in the sports section



Thanks for the link kris kasper. I'm a check it out.


And reading your reply I respect your attitude, especially your confidence, and determination. Being satisfied and happy training naturally is definetly the best way to go in terms of trully really being healthy that's for sure.


Don't let a front fool you Anabolic Steroids are in fact dangerous whether used carefully or not, because certain side-effects though sometimes usually not permanenet, can never be avoided therefore making it always risky. Their not illegal for nothing. Especially long-term usage of steroids. And even if a person uses wisely there will always be side-effects especially on their cycle as well as a certain period afterwards. It's never a free ride. Believe me those people pay for it and for some maybe they consider all the side-effects worth it. If a person is able to stop (many bodybuilders become dependent or addicted to steroids) then the side-effects of an actual cycle will go away. But still took it's toll on the body. Not saying that the damage is permanent in some cases not. But then again with long-term usage you never know, risks always then increase as well.



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BRONZBODY
11-25-2006, 01:22 PM
i need to man...im gettin fatter....i dont wanna be one of them niggaz that cant leave the house nameen??? scary shit when u think about it...

BRONZBODY
11-25-2006, 01:23 PM
and my thing is that i have no motivation.....any advice??

TAURO
11-25-2006, 03:36 PM
and my thing is that i have no motivation.....any advice??

Find a training partner, someone more advanced than yourself, your natural competitevnes will ensure that you achieve results while pre planning to meet will stand a greater chance of you going to the gym.

HANZO
11-25-2006, 03:54 PM
i spend most my free time at the gym. i go 5 times a week, 2 hours a day, i balance between cardio and weight training. i balance my weight with cardio and a balanced diet. im naturally big and strong so gaining muscle isnt much of a problem. i dont aim to be pro bodybuilder but somewhere close will be good.
to consistantly go to the gym you need motivation and an aim, having someone to train with is helpful.

Battle 1
11-25-2006, 06:02 PM
and my thing is that i have no motivation.....any advice??

Find a training partner, someone more advanced than yourself, your natural competitevnes will ensure that you achieve results while pre planning to meet will stand a greater chance of you going to the gym.

Great advice. Like everything and all else in this world, everything revolves around people. Knowing the right people is sometimes extremely important.

Or if you have enough money hire a (personal) trainer but that costs maybe to much money depending on your income.

zeppelin2k
11-25-2006, 11:50 PM
Of course you need to eat properly...I didn't realise I needed to break it down to a retard level I just assumed that would be common sense, I was just letting people know the workout requirement.

when it comes to abs
you have to break it down to a retard level
bc most people trying to get abs, are retarded, and dont know it's 99% diet 1% working them out