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Turf RJB 106BSP Brunswick
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(edit: Damn, some folks are touchy. I even liked the man's suit, too! Sheesh. Forget I said anything.. :P)
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pink pantser, please continued to post in this thread in a suit
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pink pantser, please continued to post in this thread in a suit
+1, possibly the best thing posted today, it's not hurting anyone to see a slim suit in here. So STFU Xen- sorry force of habit.
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Originally Posted by JD_May View Post
+1, possibly the best thing posted today, it's not hurting anyone to see a slim suit in here.
Agreed. I can't wait to see someone post a fit in this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pij33oHFyT0
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Alright that hurt a little.
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rant rant rant

WTF???
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Originally Posted by PaoloM View Post
They do fit my waist. The thing is my proportions are very weird. I have very thin legs that are just bone and skin, barely any muscle, I actually not even have enough muscle strength to run or jog and my waste is very heavy. I do work out, I to the gym daily where I have a trainer but I still have this gut. My abs are all flabby. I have a great diet, I do not eat any junk food and I am a vegan, I take vitamin as well. But for some reason everyone no matter how healthy they are in my family they have a small gut.

I have tried tapered pants at Giorgio Armani, Emporio Armani, Zenga, Dior and a few others but they do not carry anything large enough to fit my waist. So they say.

Sounds like clothes are the least of your problems.
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I like the suit pic. It would be different if he always wore a suit and posted pics in here, but he normally posts pics of SW&D stuff and this just adds a bit of variety to this thread. (Something it is never in danger of happening too much of.)

Plus, I rarely make it up to MC and I like to see the occasional suit.
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You're not gonna get any muscle by being a vegan, sorry. Yeah you can but its gonna take a lot longer and a lot harder to do it. Seriously just start eating meat and you'll get swole in no time
This is just an uninformed generalization on vegan diets. It's quite possible to workout and add lean muscle assuming proper complementary proteins, and amounts are accounted. This does mean more work on the person's part. I'm the opposite spectrum of vegan, I can't imagine my world without meat, and dairy products. However, take any basic nutritional class and you'll realize that a vegan diet doesn't prevent a person from achieving reasonable amounts of lean muscle mass. I'd guess he could do more studying on vegan diets, it's quite a commitment that's not easy to do right.
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This is just an uninformed generalization on vegan diets. It's quite possible to workout and add lean muscle assuming proper complementary proteins, and amounts are accounted. This does mean more work on the person's part. I'm the opposite spectrum of vegan, I can't imagine my world without meat, and dairy products. However, take any basic nutritional class and you'll realize that a vegan diet doesn't prevent a person from achieving reasonable amounts of lean muscle mass. I'd guess he could do more studying on vegan diets, it's quite a commitment that's not easy to do right.

The fact that you used the term "lean muscle" shows your knowledge on the subject. Vegan diets can achieve results but obviously they are going to be seriously hampered and handicapped as compared to a normal diet that doesn't have some pseudo-morality attached to it.
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Agreed. I can't wait to see someone post a fit in this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pij33oHFyT0


My brother is a professional fighter, and they wear something very similar to this when they need to cut weight. Its basically like a big garbage bag, and they wear it in the sauna when they need to lose a few pounds before a weigh in. It's the most disgusting thing you can imagine, and they come out of the sauna with the suit filled to the knees with sweat.

Ty.
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Vegan diets can achieve results but obviously they are going to be seriously hampered and handicapped as compared to a normal diet that doesn't have some pseudo-morality attached to it.
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Originally Posted by OpGladio View Post
The fact that you used the term "lean muscle" shows your knowledge on the subject. Vegan diets can achieve results but obviously they are going to be seriously hampered and handicapped as compared to a normal diet that doesn't have some pseudo-morality attached to it.
I can see where you're coming from and can agree. Though, I also see a problem with the people who think they need 50g of whey protein in a shake after a workout to get huge... Only too piss a lot of it off, to never really be utilized. Most Americans eat well above the recommended requirements for protein intake anyhow. But, I don't want to turn this into Body Consciousness forum part II, so I won't muck up the thread further. Lets see more fits...
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