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post #91 of 165
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Originally Posted by haganah View Post
Link me on this tonight. Please. As soon as I go home that link will be emailed to every friend I have.

I'm not beasty's agent. If he wants to post vids of eels being shoved into his ass, that's his business.

beasty, you're fan club grows.

lefty
post #92 of 165
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Originally Posted by Titleist View Post
You made it personal when you posted your picture, dude. What did you think I would say, "You'll qualify for the Arnold next year"? No. I'm not even convinced you train.

If your method really was the best, I'd expect you to at least have an admirable physique.

Don't take it all so seriously, bud. Keep doing whatever it is you do and you might break 170 in a few years.

If he pulled 465, then he's doing better than average ... for a skinny guy.

lefty
post #93 of 165
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Originally Posted by lance konami View Post
Props for posting a shirtless pic on here, and I have to confess I kinda appreciate your POV on this forum and what you bring to the table, but dude, you are nowhere near as built/ripped to have such an arrogant, hard line "my way is right you're all fucking wrong" attitude. Your arms look skinny, your belly is flabby, your shoulders appear narrow and underdeveloped, and your chest needs work. Tone the attitude down and be open to the possibility that you don't know everything.
Wait, did I ever say I was a bodybuilder? I remember saying the exact opposite in fact. If I sprayed myself with Pam and got under intense overhead lights like most photo shoots have it would look completely different, but anyone who's never done one would probably not know that. The body changes with the sport that's being played or trained for. Shoehorning everyone into a Ronnie Coleman-esque physique was something I thought only beasty is doing, but apparently it's a lot more pervasive on this forum than I originally thought. I wonder if beasty's same wet dreams and jealousy are as popular as well. The stupidity here is pretty rampant, especially when you have someone actually ask if I work out after posting a video of a 465 pull @ 185lbs. It may not be the best lift ever recorded, but I think a 2.5x bodyweight deadlift is enough to at least convince people that there was some training done.
post #94 of 165
Why,
I give you major props for posting your picture and the video of your deadlift. Nice work! Now, go eat some gummi bears.
post #95 of 165
If you're pulling 2.5xBW, your spinal erectors and hamstrings must be disproportiantely developed.
post #96 of 165
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Originally Posted by James Bond View Post
If you're pulling 2.5xBW, your spinal erectors and hamstrings must be disproportiantely developed.

If he's pulling 2.5XBW, then he's doing something right. Enough of the buff pretty boys who bench and squat roughly the same (usually not much more than 225 lb.). Give Why credit; he did something that very few can do.
post #97 of 165
Hey don't make fun of pretty boys My bench sucks though...
post #98 of 165
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Originally Posted by Grayland View Post
If he's pulling 2.5XBW, then he's doing something right. Enough of the buff pretty boys who bench and squat roughly the same (usually not much more than 225 lb.). Give Why credit; he did something that very few can do.

Of course he's doing something right if he's pulling that. I neither said nor implied otherwise.
post #99 of 165
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Originally Posted by why View Post
Wait, did I ever say I was a bodybuilder? I remember saying the exact opposite in fact. If I sprayed myself with Pam and got under intense overhead lights like most photo shoots have it would look completely different, but anyone who's never done one would probably not know that. The body changes with the sport that's being played or trained for. Shoehorning everyone into a Ronnie Coleman-esque physique was something I thought only beasty is doing, but apparently it's a lot more pervasive on this forum than I originally thought. I wonder if beasty's same wet dreams and jealousy are as popular as well.

The stupidity here is pretty rampant, especially when you have someone actually ask if I work out after posting a video of a 465 pull @ 185lbs. It may not be the best lift ever recorded, but I think a 2.5x bodyweight deadlift is enough to at least convince people that there was some training done.

Yeah, that is pretty good.
post #100 of 165
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Originally Posted by AB01 View Post
I have skim milk. I used to buy for about $50 a two-week or so supply or Whey Isolate (New Zealand branded). It's about 31 grams pf protein per scoop.

Can I just drink 3 or so glasses of skim milk instead of whey protien after a work out and get the same effects? I really like the taste of milk - a lot.

Is it something about the isolate protein that I need (that it digests quicker), or is it better that I just stick to real food as I have heard so many times outside of the forums?

It depends on what your goals are. Milk contains a lot of carbohydrates in the form of sugar. Because of this, the total calories consumed to obtain the same amount of protein will be much greater when only drinking milk. If you are not worried about extra calories I would recommend the milk though, as it's all natural and also contains calcium and other useful stuff your body needs.
post #101 of 165
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Originally Posted by AB01 View Post
Now we are getting somewhere. Sounds like a tradeoff. Perhaps I should be drinking a little of both post-workout.

That's what I do. I mix my protein powder with skimmed milk.
post #102 of 165
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Originally Posted by beasty View Post
No! My development was stunted when I drank protein powder and ate literally nothing after a workout. This was because the gym closed late and I finished late and by that time, nothing was open. When I started having proper meals, I grew significantly.

It's always crucial to have proper meals after a good workout. Good protein rich meals instead of powder. Eat fish because that's easier to process. Feed the machine I say.

You know you're not supposed to take protein powder instead of meals? It's a nutrition supplement, after all.
post #103 of 165
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Originally Posted by James Bond View Post
If you're pulling 2.5xBW, your spinal erectors and hamstrings must be disproportiantely developed.

Why do you say that?
post #104 of 165
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Originally Posted by James Bond View Post
If you're pulling 2.5xBW, your spinal erectors and hamstrings must be disproportiantely developed.

He doesn't look that disproportionate - little forearms aside - in the sense that his body isn't terribly out-of-whack.

Here are some strength benchmarks for a recreational lifter:

Bench - 1.5 X BW
Squat - 2 X BW
Dead - 2.5 X BW

Assuming he weighs 185 that means:

Bench - 277.5
Squat - 370
Dead - 462.5

1,112 total.

While the dead may be his best lift he has said that he totaled 1000, so give or take 100 lbs or so the lifts seem proportionate.

lefty
post #105 of 165
I don't train my arms because I want to fit into clothes. Biceps don't do a whole lot anyway. And trying to see if I'm in proportion based on a photo through a dirty bathroom mirror with a lousy old camera is kinda petty. This reminds me of comments on YouTube videos.
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