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Quote: Originally Posted by IUtoSLU 6'1" and 145 is SKINNY. It isn't slim, it is stick-like. I don't know what kind of look you are going for, but I'd say you should eat, eat, eat. If big and muscular is out of date and stick-thin is in, then its only a matter of time until stick-this is "out". I say gain some weight and look normal. But to each his own. Agreed. I'm 6'2 , 188 lbs and still look thin. What everyone is saying is correct...
I'm looking for all types of shirts in L-Tall sizes. Every Big and Tall section of the stores I've looked just has clothes for Big people.
We ate there a few months ago and got the tasting menu without the wine tasting menu. I think we spent about $240 and definately wear a jacket.
Quote: Originally Posted by bkk Anyone not taking 'roids will not be able to add 5-10 lbs each workout. Even on a workout like 5x5 where you're adding weight each week, you start out doing less volume than your max potential. I'm doing this workout and it's definately possible. It starts out as 1x15 for 2 weeks, then 1x10 then 1x5. Whole body, every other day. It makes sense after reading the...
I like this one from L'Occitane http://usa.loccitane.com/FO/Catalog/...prod=20ET100OC
Bench press, close grip bench and nose breakers. Just do 2 sets of 5-7 reps of each, add 5-10 pounds at each workout. Eat enough protein- http://forums.menshealth.com/eve/for...47/m/693101221
Apply your relevant info into this site's formula... http://forums.menshealth.com/eve/for...47/m/693101221 Use whatever is needed to get you to the goals described there. I prefer Isopure protein powder from GNC. It has 40g protein and 0 carbs/ serving.
That stuff causes a chemical burn at the site of application. I saw someone use it who was left with a big knot of scar tissue that a dermatologist had to remove. Why not just skip the self-mutilation and go directly to a doctor?
Quote: Originally Posted by unpainted huffheinz At that height you will want to look for a Tall/Long size. I'm a bit over 6'3" and buy mine from Lands End. I size down one size to get a closer fit. The supima cotton ones are soft but not exceptionally so. They have a great return policy and the stuff is really cheap (which is both good and bad), but I have not found a high end polo shirt maker that does Tall sizes. I've seen Polo brand...
I just look around me. In the state Ilive in 33% are obese. I'd bet the another 30% are just shy of obese. It's refreshing to travel elsewhere and see people sized appropriately. I go to the gym to stay in shape and as a stress reliever. Been at it for 20 years now and don't see that ever ending.
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