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post #31306 of 49473
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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post

Too many skinny phaggots are content with being a skinny phaggot. I'm tired of being a skinny phaggot so when I bulk, I bulk hard. I figure 20, maybe 25, pounds of additional LBM and I'll finally start to look halfway decent.
Damn son, you're gonna be huge.

What happens when you max out your genetic potential, roids?

Srsquestion
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I'm gonna have to remember these posts and use them as fuel once I start the bulk. I'm in DYEL territory sadly now at 165 @ 5'8.
post #31308 of 49473
Youtube staking chariy. Your wide stance squats look just like mine, any reason for all the wide stance shit?


Am not trusting dumbbells from different gym nows. Was on american military base doing db bench last weekend. 70lb rubber dbs were feeling heavy as fuck for some reason, like 95s or something and 50lb was feeling pretty hard overhead. Lifting today, using standard metal plate loaded dbs 40kg was feeling pretty light on flat bench so I went up to 45s then did 30s for sets of 15 on overhead.
post #31309 of 49473
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

Damn son, you're gonna be huge.

What happens when you max out your genetic potential, roids?

Srsquestion

Not sure yet, to be honest. I think I'm at least two years away from seeing gains slow down to the point where I'd consider it.

The problem is being in the Army and being a Doc, I'm risking a lot by juicing. The likelihood of getting busted is slim, but enough so that it makes me seriously contemplate whether or not it would be worth it.
post #31310 of 49473
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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post

Not sure yet, to be honest. I think I'm at least two years away from seeing gains slow down to the point where I'd consider it.

The problem is being in the Army and being a Doc, I'm risking a lot by juicing. The likelihood of getting busted is slim, but enough so that it makes me seriously contemplate whether or not it would be worth it.

Yeah, I hear that, my "brofessor" so to speak is a lawyer, and he juiced but same as you he was alway scared about being found out and losing his J.D and all that.

You could just prescribe yourself test haha
post #31311 of 49473
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Originally Posted by mrchariybrown View Post

DOWN WITH ALL THE 6' 180 lb DYEL PHAGGOTZ TRYING TO CUT
Each to their own.
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Are there resources to find good doctorl/endo locally? Am I just left with google?
post #31313 of 49473
DYEL phaggots are the worst

brb unsightly
brb constantly mirin swole dudes while they're getting their swole on
brb accusing everyone of roids
brb can't spot you properly
brb hogging squat rack to quarter squat 115
brb come in groups of 5 and take up space
brb clearing Target out of tank tops
brb check out abs in mirror after every set
brb hogging all the light dumbbells to bench press when swole dudes need them for lateral raises
brb brb
post #31314 of 49473
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Originally Posted by mrchariybrown View Post

3. Yes, but not the only way. To be completely honest, more volume works better for growth/body weight gain in my experience. Weight is still heavy but on my main movements I'm using a weight I can pump out 3x10 with instead of a weight I use to pump out 2x3.


wait even deadlifts you do 3x10 for size? I haven't gone above 5 reps for anything bar assistance this year, and tbh I do remember getting more size when I was on a higher volume workout.
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Want to get into lifting, but don't know where to start. Lurked this thread for a while, but it's a bit confusing as an outsider. Currently 6'0 ~170lbs. Want to look good while still fitting into clothes. Like actors that people consider "jacked", I guess. 

 

I won't have any problems sticking to a diet, it's the gym part that's intimidating, as I haven't stepped foot in one since the 9th grade. Should I get a trainer to show me how to properly do some exercises, gym etiquette, etc? Unfortunately, none of my friends lift, so there's no one to show me the ropes. Can anyone link me to some programs for noobs?

 

If you guys were starting over from square one, what would you do? Thanks dudes.

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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

wait even deadlifts you do 3x10 for size? I haven't gone above 5 reps for anything bar assistance this year, and tbh I do remember getting more size when I was on a higher volume workout.

Well I would but right now I'm trying to nail down my sumo deadlifts so I'm working with 5x5 but then I do 3x10 dimels afterwards and a whole bunch of other stuff with 10-20 reps.
post #31317 of 49473
Google stripped 5x5

Add 3x10 curls on A day, and 3x10 dips on B day.
post #31318 of 49473
Tested my vertical only 28" feels bad man. When will it be my turn for 40" master race.
post #31319 of 49473
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Originally Posted by basil rathbone View Post

Want to get into lifting, but don't know where to start. Lurked this thread for a while, but it's a bit confusing as an outsider. Currently 6'0 ~170lbs. Want to look good while still fitting into clothes. Like actors that people consider "jacked", I guess. 

I won't have any problems sticking to a diet, it's the gym part that's intimidating, as I haven't stepped foot in one since the 9th grade. Should I get a trainer to show me how to properly do some exercises, gym etiquette, etc? Unfortunately, none of my friends lift, so there's no one to show me the ropes. Can anyone link me to some programs for noobs?

If you guys were starting over from square one, what would you do? Thanks dudes.

The "buy raw denim and common projects" suggestion is to buy the book "Starting Strength" by Mark Rippetoe.

The only consideration with that book is that if you're ever planning on doing the olympic lifts as anything other than just the "power" versions, you should probably do a high bar olympic style squat rather than the low bar powerlifting squat he recommends. But really as long as you're doing either with proper form it shouldn't matter too much.

There are plenty of starting programs for beginners that are similar to starting strength. Just make sure you pick one that focuses on the "big" barbell lifts like squats, deadlifts, benchpress and overhead press. The dogma is that these should give you the best basis for strength and size gains.

You can also check out youtube videos where people demonstrate form.
post #31320 of 49473
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Originally Posted by mrchariybrown View Post

Well I would but right now I'm trying to nail down my sumo deadlifts so I'm working with 5x5 but then I do 3x10 dimels afterwards and a whole bunch of other stuff with 10-20 reps.

hmmm.

definitely something to consider.

I think now that cleans and snatches are a major part of my workouts and are really only 1-2 reps per set, it might be a good idea to add some volume, especially since I'm trying to put on weight quickly.
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