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post #30466 of 49510
Im a machine fiend. If someone could make an all in one machine that let you do pulldowns, seated rows, rear delt flys and lateral raises off of maybe 2 sets of plates, I could do a home gym.

I just heard a rumor brahs. Is it true that gains off of dat dere are temporary? Everything I'm reading online is mixed. Thats a game changer. IF it's not permanent whats the point for someone who doesn't compete?
post #30467 of 49510
fuck if i know, but I just got my test looked at and it turns out my levels are actually pretty decent.
post #30468 of 49510
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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post

Im a machine fiend. If someone could make an all in one machine that let you do pulldowns, seated rows, rear delt flys and lateral raises off of maybe 2 sets of plates, I could do a home gym.

I just heard a rumor brahs. Is it true that gains off of dat dere are temporary? Everything I'm reading online is mixed. Thats a game changer. IF it's not permanent whats the point for someone who doesn't compete?

Always assumed once you went off the juice you would shrink down.
post #30469 of 49510
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

How to calculate my daily caloric needs for my fat self that lays on the couch and plays video games all day ever day? Only time when I'm out and about is when I'm at the gym, going on my walks during off days, or running up hills after the gym, or going to Chipotle.

Don't know how much this helps you, but according to my Bodybugg, I burn about 2500 calories a day when I stay at home doing nothing except moving from couch to bed and cooking with maybe some stretching and mobility stuff thrown in. Add 150 calories for a 45 minute walk and 300 for a 1.5 hour lifting session (add it on top of the calories you would burn by doing nothing).

 

I'm 6'3, 180 lbs.

post #30470 of 49510
Bodybugg worth it? What do you when you get to work
post #30471 of 49510
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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post

Im a machine fiend. If someone could make an all in one machine that let you do pulldowns, seated rows, rear delt flys and lateral raises off of maybe 2 sets of plates, I could do a home gym.

I just heard a rumor brahs. Is it true that gains off of dat dere are temporary? Everything I'm reading online is mixed. Thats a game changer. IF it's not permanent whats the point for someone who doesn't compete?


From what i've read if you use gear to push your body past what it can naturally sustain then without the extra test you won't be able to hold onto it. If you use it to bring you to a naturally attainable level then your natural levels of test should be enough to keep the gains.
post #30472 of 49510
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

Don't know how much this helps you, but according to my Bodybugg, I burn about 2500 calories a day when I stay at home doing nothing except moving from couch to bed and cooking with maybe some stretching and mobility stuff thrown in. Add 150 calories for a 45 minute walk and 300 for a 1.5 hour lifting session (add it on top of the calories you would burn by doing nothing).

I'm 6'3, 180 lbs.

That works for me, sounds about right.
post #30473 of 49510

How much I want to start walking in early mornbing and or to join a gym. but at the end of the day my conviction towards health make s me take a rough walk of 15-20 minutes and not join a gym.

post #30474 of 49510
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

From what i've read if you use gear to push your body past what it can naturally sustain then without the extra test you won't be able to hold onto it. If you use it to bring you to a naturally attainable level then your natural levels of test should be enough to keep the gains.

this is on the same level as "muscle will just turn into fat when you stop working out"...
post #30475 of 49510
Ok the Haze situation is alot better now, but thanks to it I missed Leg day on Fri.

Upside is that I'm super well-rested and raring to go.

Hitting another gym to pull and goblet squat in 2 hours, can't wait.
post #30476 of 49510
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

this is on the same level as "muscle will just turn into fat when you stop working out"...
Yeah, this is a load of bullcrap.
post #30477 of 49510
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

this is on the same level as "muscle will just turn into fat when you stop working out"...


From what i've read from hundreds of experienced users this is the consensus on what happens when you come off. The further you push yourself beyond what can be attained naturally the harder a time you will have keeping it when you're off.
post #30478 of 49510
wtf is the device they use at 1:03 and where can i get one
post #30479 of 49510
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

It sucks feeling awesome in real-life but looking awful in photographs.


lol

i sometimes wonder if it's my inflated ego or it's that i'm not photogenic, I guess a little bit of both

post #30480 of 49510
holy fuck that's almost necropoast territory
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