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post #22561 of 49417
still trying to get an effective leg workout with my groin.

to that effect, i was that dude doing 3/4 squats on the smith machine.

i am ashame
post #22562 of 49417
What is the latest on your groin injury?
post #22563 of 49417
Pregaming with flat mate, trying on his clothes for the lolz (no homo), if I start dressing like this will my squat go down?

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post #22564 of 49417
Think I'm done gaining in my legs. I'm at the point where jeans and pants are all size 34 and I'm 5 7, for the sake of not having to wear sweat pants I'm done. Can focus on upper body cause it's def lacking.. Is this redic
post #22565 of 49417
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What is the latest on your groin injury?

Fucked up the physio appt time, rescheduled for the 29th.
post #22566 of 49417
Carrying logs through woods, one on each shoulder, all morning. Then splitting firewood all afternoon. Sore, but felt nice to do something physical since no gym due to holiday.
post #22567 of 49417
Kopped a uniqlo suit. I can fit into these sorts of things now.

Feelsgoodman.

post #22568 of 49417
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Think I'm done gaining in my legs. I'm at the point where jeans and pants are all size 34 and I'm 5 7, for the sake of not having to wear sweat pants I'm done. Can focus on upper body cause it's def lacking.. Is this redic

 

It's worth noting that after the noob gains stage, you should be able to put on a fair amount of strength without much of any size increase - depending on your training protocol. My legs are no bigger with a 390 max squat than they were with a 250 max squat. I was never really skinny, so maybe it will be different for you. Still, if you focus on low volume sets, you should be able to minimize hypertrophy/size gains while still increasing strength/speed/stamina.

post #22569 of 49417
Decided on a contest:

http://www.naturalbodybuildingevents.com/natural_events/2013/INBF_Mr_Ms_VSU_Natural_Bodybuilding_Fitness_Figure_Championships.html

Takes place on April 20th in Richmond. Can't wait to get started.

Will begin cutting on Sunday. Get your fat jokes in while you still can bros!
post #22570 of 49417
4/20 brozz
post #22571 of 49417
Can't think of a better way to celebrate my victory!
post #22572 of 49417
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post

Kopped a uniqlo suit. I can fit into these sorts of things now.
Feelsgoodman.

:/

just 'cause you can

don't mean you should

get on dat dere bespoke DB stack

btw ate a loaf of garlic bread ytd night for backloading. First major glutinous thing I've eaten in a month or so; I can still feel it sitting in my stomach like a rock. Staying away from gluten from now on.
Edited by Eason - 11/23/12 at 4:39pm
post #22573 of 49417
GN lookin good homey, are the sleeves too short is is that just the picture? I wear all Uniqlo suits and get constant compliments on them.
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Originally Posted by joshuadowen View Post

It's worth noting that after the noob gains stage, you should be able to put on a fair amount of strength without much of any size increase - depending on your training protocol. My legs are no bigger with a 390 max squat than they were with a 250 max squat. I was never really skinny, so maybe it will be different for you. Still, if you focus on low volume sets, you should be able to minimize hypertrophy/size gains while still increasing strength/speed/stamina.

Good to hear. At 180lb bodyweight I wil be happy with a 350 squat.. dunno if possible.
post #22574 of 49417
I think his sleeves are just bunched in the upper arm
post #22575 of 49417
Thread Starter 
Nope, 350 squat at 180 bw is impossible. You have to weigh 350 if you want to squat 350; it's simple physics.
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I think his sleeves are just bunched in the upper arm

Uniqlo (in asia, at least) tends to have really short arms on jackets. They also have high buttoning points which makes them rather boxy.
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