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coomo

thebiggfella wrote:
I got my wife to take a few photos after today's workout which she also videoed. 6'3", 89.5kg (197lbs), 46 next month.

Nice work mate.Looks like the new gym, is beneficial!


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coomo wrote:
thebiggfella wrote:
I got my wife to take a few photos after today's workout which she also videoed. 6'3", 89.5kg (197lbs), 46 next month.
Nice work mate.Looks like the new gym, is beneficial!




Thanks Paul. Training's going well and I'm eating very well also. I'm still setting up the home gym: still training at a work gym though that will hopefully change very soon. I'm half way through putting up the Jones Machine and waiting on the trap bar and ab wheel being delivered but one they are and the JM is up and running, that will be phase one complete.

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Frank Scott

From the Ohio State University specialist journal 'Personality and individual differences'.
'Men who post 'selfies' on social media display psychopathic traits. They are more likely to be narcissistic, impulsive and display anti-social characteristics such as lack of empathy.
Naricissism is associated with vanity, but as a psychological flaw relates to a feeling of being more intelligent, attractive and better than others.
Men who put their pictures on line are more likely to show signs of psychopathy.'
Further confirmation from my wife who thinks that grown men stripping to their knickers to show other men is really weird.
(Women don't understand do they?)
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Brian Johnston

Ontario, CAN

No stranger than women who eye-ball each other up and down in competition. I've seen women gawk at other women harder than the men do. And in today's age, there are countless women checking out the physiques of other women and claiming "I want that six pack" without realizing the work, dieting and steroids that go into those six-pack women).
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Greg Roseman

Virginia, USA

Glynn,

Outstanding physique and development Glynn. You always look great.

thanks

Greg
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HeavyHitter32

Women are far more critical of each other's appearance compared to men.

As far as pictures, as a whole, there are far more women who take their clothes off for the camera compared to men too.
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coalman426

i think thats getting to deep.this is a bodybuilding site.the whole idea is to get your muscles larger.i admire people who have achieved better results than me.really thats the only way to improve.my entire 30 plus years in the gym i have always trained with the bigest strongest guys i can for that reason.the pictures ive posted on this site have been to have comparisons and to offer proof that i train.theres some good bodys on here and i respect that.im competitive by nature and if that makes me a narcesist so be it.body building is the greatest sport because you really only compete against yourself.because of the time and comitment most will fail and fgew will understand it.ill continue to post pics as i improve.
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thebiggfella

Greg Roseman wrote:
Glynn,

Outstanding physique and development Glynn. You always look great.

thanks

Greg


Thanks Greg. I hope things are going well for you.
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EricRamos

Bump on his thread. Actually I'm more interested in everyone's height/weight/waist.
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BorisV

Maryland, USA

Picture taken today. 174cm, 68kg
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Nwlifter

BorisV wrote:
Picture taken today. 174cm, 68kg


Great job, what's your basic routine and style of training?
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hit4me

Florida, USA

Nwlifter wrote:
BorisV wrote:
Picture taken today. 174cm, 68kg

Great job, what's your basic routine and style of training?


and your diet too
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StuKE

BorisV wrote:
Picture taken today. 174cm, 68kg


Good physique, how old are you?
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too old

Looking good. Also interested in your routine
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BorisV

Maryland, USA

Nwlifter wrote:
BorisV wrote:
Picture taken today. 174cm, 68kg

Great job, what's your basic routine and style of training?


I am 41 and have been training since 13. Sub par genetics as you can see with most of muscles being slow-twitch. In terms of training i tried almost everything. With Mentzer?s consolidation routine i reached bodyweight of 82kg (will try to find a picture of that pig, lol), but that was definitely not an answer. On HIT routines I was systematically drained most of the time, so I had to go back to NTF training with larger volume, frequency and, which is most important, density. Currently, I train mostly in clusters (think of Vince Gironda?s 6x6 or 8x8) or high-density rest-pause (thank you, Brian Johnston!). Frequency is 3 or 4 times a week depending on my energy level, hitting each muscle 1 or 2 times a week, with 3 exercises for major muscles and 2 for small. Reps in the range of 50-100 per exercise done in clusters. Various techniques are used within each exercises (zones, stutters, 1 1/2, ROM increasers/decreasers, etc.)

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BorisV

Maryland, USA

hit4me wrote:
Nwlifter wrote:
BorisV wrote:
Picture taken today. 174cm, 68kg

Great job, what's your basic routine and style of training?

and your diet too


After moving to US 3.5 years ago, my health deteriorated: stressful job, 4 kids, plus it took me a lot of efforts to find a good job and move with my family to US. My eating habits were always very clean, no junk food etc., however, for almost 3 years now I have been struggling with irritable bowel syndrome, leaky gut, and gluten intolerance. So, I have eliminated all starches and most of dairy from my diet, and now my nutrition is eggs, all kinds of meat, bone broth and soups, fruits, vegetables, berries, with occasional yogurt or raw cheese. I can say that my diet is a combination of Weston A. Price, Vince Gironda / Atkins and GAPS diet.

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Nwlifter

BorisV wrote:
Nwlifter wrote:
BorisV wrote:
Picture taken today. 174cm, 68kg

Great job, what's your basic routine and style of training?

I am 41 and have been training since 13. Sub par genetics as you can see with most of muscles being slow-twitch. In terms of training i tried almost everything. With Mentzer?s consolidation routine i reached bodyweight of 82kg (will try to find a picture of that pig, lol), but that was definitely not an answer. On HIT routines I was systematically drained most of the time, so I had to go back to NTF training with larger volume, frequency and, which is most important, density. Currently, I train mostly in clusters (think of Vince Gironda?s 6x6 or 8x8) or high-density rest-pause (thank you, Brian Johnston!). Frequency is 3 or 4 times a week depending on my energy level, hitting each muscle 1 or 2 times a week, with 3 exercises for major muscles and 2 for small. Reps in the range of 50-100 per exercise done in clusters. Various techniques are used within each exercises (zones, stutters, 1 1/2, ROM increasers/decreasers, etc.)



OK cool very interesting, thanks for the info. and taking the time to post it. I have had good success with Gironda's stuff too!
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Bill Sekerak

California, USA

Turpin wrote:
Heres a thread where you can post your pics ( past or present ) in order to show & explain how you came about the the `fruits of your labour`.

Dont be shy !

The Above pics was the most `complete` I feel I was in terms of condition/balance and strength. I was in my late teens and using Mentzers `ideal` routine ( with the exception of my leg workouts ) , where due to a back injury only isolation work was performed.

I look forward to seeing YOUR pics ( please )

Best wishes T.


Damn good.
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Bill Sekerak

California, USA

thebiggfella wrote:
Good idea T. It will be interesting to see who posts some photos and who doesn't. Here's a before and after.



The only one I still have is uthe back. She ,double bicep that I de as my Icon. I have it stored on my old Mac and would be a big hassle to put it up.
However if you google my name Bill Sekerak or William Sekerak you should be able to find a larger photo of the same shot. I think I was 32 when it was taken.
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Bill Sekerak

California, USA

Seriousstrength wrote:
Tomislav wrote:
tsg,
you are in tremendous shape with fantastic results and it's clear that you are not on steroids, but equally clear that you are on creatine.

When I tried creatine it swelled everything so tightly I thought I was going to pull something with my gymnastic power moves; I think it does this to every athlete with a lot of muscle because it increases intracellular and extracellular substrate and fluid directly in proportion to the amount of muscle the athlete is carrying (it also blurred the definition on the back of my arm that you see in my Avatar, even when not so bulked up).

I like to train naturally with just food and soya avoidance, but I think athletes should be entitled to take whatever training supplements they wish to consume. And, that none of us should be judgemental.

Kudo's on being so healthy but consider that creatine is arguably more adverse than steroids are, and certainly creates an unnatural state.


Creatine is more adverse than steroids? Where is the evidence to support your claim? I have used creatine and NEVER felt it did a thing. Someone must have spiked your stash.


FDA looked at a whole bunch of male enhancement supplements recently ,, I have no link but should be easiy to find.
It was done at some mSenators request, they tested a big bunch few had the ingredients listed on the bottle almost all of them had viagra or Cealis and a few had steroids.
I think one of them with roids was a Gaspari product if not it was one of the ED drugs for sure.
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HeavyHitter32

Bill Sekerak wrote:

FDA looked at a whole bunch of male enhancement supplements recently ,, I have no link but should be easiy to find.
It was done at some mSenators request, they tested a big bunch few had the ingredients listed on the bottle almost all of them had viagra or Cealis and a few had steroids.
I think one of them with roids was a Gaspari product if not it was one of the ED drugs for sure.


I used to know someone who was part owner of a creatine company. He told me they independently tested some brands and many had some anabolics in them - this was back in the early to mid 2000s.
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HeavyHitter32

Brian Johnston wrote:
No stranger than women who eye-ball each other up and down in competition. I've seen women gawk at other women harder than the men do. And in today's age, there are countless women checking out the physiques of other women and claiming "I want that six pack" without realizing the work, dieting and steroids that go into those six-pack women).


Quite true.
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Keyser S?

I see you've got some kind of a heart rate monitor on it looks like. Whats your heart rate doing during and after the workout?
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