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BIO-FORCE

California, USA

In the greater scheme of things, this forum and most like it, is fun for interaction with those with whom we might never get to meet. However it is ALWAYS far more interesting to have face to face meetings because we are in such a PHYSICAL pastime or vocation.

I was very sorry last year when my schedule didn't permit me to get together with David Landau, but this year we connected.

Earlier today Dave, some of his family, and I met for Breakfast only a short walk from GOLD's GYM in Santa Monica.

It was great to meet Dave and Family, and talk of all the last few decades that we have occasionally shared, and who we might know or have in common.

In any event, let me tell you, if any of you have occasion to meet Dave, or any of the forums posters (even if you have had contentious exchanges before) in person, please DO SO. We are all in this game together and it is great to meet and strengthen that bond.

Maybe next year, we'll even hit a workout at GOLD's or whatever.

Dave, hope the rest of your trip is great, and let me know about next year.

Had a good time catching up. We could have spend hours more.

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Turpin


Great stuff Bio/Dave , there is ( or should be ) lots to exchange & share between forum members.

T.
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HeavyHitter32

That's really cool!
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Bullen-Whatling

Nice to know Bio! Glad you had a good time.

I've often thought that perhaps one day we could have a UK "meet" of sorts or more of a "meat" where we should all get a (few) steak(s). Would be brilliant, but difficult to organize with work commitments etc, most likely!

Rob B-W
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dhitquinn

Bullen-Whatling wrote:
Nice to know Bio! Glad you had a good time.

I've often thought that perhaps one day we could have a UK "meet" of sorts or more of a "meat" where we should all get a (few) steak(s). Would be brilliant, but difficult to organize with work commitments etc, most likely!

Rob B-W


Id love to have a good few of the guys round for a workout, then we could dine with one of my Home made burgers then a night of tuna shakes and Arnie and Sly movies
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Bullen-Whatling

ddhitquinn wrote:
Bullen-Whatling wrote:
Nice to know Bio! Glad you had a good time.

I've often thought that perhaps one day we could have a UK "meet" of sorts or more of a "meat" where we should all get a (few) steak(s). Would be brilliant, but difficult to organize with work commitments etc, most likely!

Rob B-W

Id love to have a good few of the guys round for a workout, then we could dine with one of my Home made burgers then a night of tuna shakes and Arnie and Sly movies


Haha, that sounds bloody epic! May be on the cards in the next few years lads! Look out, might have to phone ahead at the local supermarket for them to get a few extra cans of tuna in :D

Rob

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Paul Marsland

ddhitquinn wrote:
Bullen-Whatling wrote:
Nice to know Bio! Glad you had a good time.

I've often thought that perhaps one day we could have a UK "meet" of sorts or more of a "meat" where we should all get a (few) steak(s). Would be brilliant, but difficult to organize with work commitments etc, most likely!

Rob B-W

Id love to have a good few of the guys round for a workout, then we could dine with one of my Home made burgers then a night of tuna shakes and Arnie and Sly movies


I'd be up for that mate, I'll pass on the tuna shakes though,.........yuck!!! ;)
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Tomislav

New York, USA

Turpin wrote:

Great stuff Bio/Dave , there is ( or should be ) lots to exchange & share between forum members.

T.


X2! Only yesterday hypothetical Turpin was talking training with Michael Phelps over pancakes and now BIO and David are bulking up at the breakfast table trading training stories.
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H.I.T. Believer

Great thread...enjoyed reading it

quote]BIO-FORCE wrote:
In the greater scheme of things, this forum and most like it, is fun for interaction with those with whom we might never get to meet. However it is ALWAYS far more interesting to have face to face meetings because we are in such a PHYSICAL pastime or vocation.

I was very sorry last year when my schedule didn't permit me to get together with David Landau, but this year we connected.

Earlier today Dave, some of his family, and I met for Breakfast only a short walk from GOLD's GYM in Santa Monica.

It was great to meet Dave and Family, and talk of all the last few decades that we have occasionally shared, and who we might know or have in common.

In any event, let me tell you, if any of you have occasion to meet Dave, or any of the forums posters (even if you have had contentious exchanges before) in person, please DO SO. We are all in this game together and it is great to meet and strengthen that bond.

Maybe next year, we'll even hit a workout at GOLD's or whatever.

Dave, hope the rest of your trip is great, and let me know about next year.

Had a good time catching up. We could have spend hours more.

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crazeeJZ

"Great Thread" gets posted whenever people post OPINIONS we agree with.

This is, indeed, a GREAT THREAD, regardless of opinions. It is lovely to share the opinion we DO share, and that is: THE BATTLE WITH THE IRON!

The love for the iron face-to-face is what shows that we have more in common than the technicalities about it over the internet. It's like seeing someone in the gym with an opposing opinion frequently, we might have differing training approaches, but we both love the iron and respect seeing each other in the gym getting it done.
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crazeeJZ

Paul Marsland wrote:
ddhitquinn wrote:
Bullen-Whatling wrote:
Nice to know Bio! Glad you had a good time.

I've often thought that perhaps one day we could have a UK "meet" of sorts or more of a "meat" where we should all get a (few) steak(s). Would be brilliant, but difficult to organize with work commitments etc, most likely!

Rob B-W

Id love to have a good few of the guys round for a workout, then we could dine with one of my Home made burgers then a night of tuna shakes and Arnie and Sly movies

I'd be up for that mate, I'll pass on the tuna shakes though,.........yuck!!! ;)


No choice Paulie! It's part of the UK brotherhood Quinn has established. You might be big and strong, but I'm sure enough of them can hold you down and pinch you nose, so you might as well down it willingly! haha.

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H.I.T. Believer

good thread..i enjoyed reading it..




BIO-FORCE wrote:
In the greater scheme of things, this forum and most like it, is fun for interaction with those with whom we might never get to meet. However it is ALWAYS far more interesting to have face to face meetings because we are in such a PHYSICAL pastime or vocation.

I was very sorry last year when my schedule didn't permit me to get together with David Landau, but this year we connected.

Earlier today Dave, some of his family, and I met for Breakfast only a short walk from GOLD's GYM in Santa Monica.

It was great to meet Dave and Family, and talk of all the last few decades that we have occasionally shared, and who we might know or have in common.

In any event, let me tell you, if any of you have occasion to meet Dave, or any of the forums posters (even if you have had contentious exchanges before) in person, please DO SO. We are all in this game together and it is great to meet and strengthen that bond.

Maybe next year, we'll even hit a workout at GOLD's or whatever.

Dave, hope the rest of your trip is great, and let me know about next year.

Had a good time catching up. We could have spend hours more.



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BIO-FORCE

California, USA

Did I mention David showed up with the GUNS! I mean those arms he is always lugging around?

They are the real deal and hard to hide.

BUT. . . neither his, nor mine were the most impressive GUNS at the table.

At his request, he had his sister take off her sweatshirt and flex her arm and she put us all to shame.

:)
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

==Scott==
I think this kind of meeting of the minds and bodies illustrates how actually meeting and talking things over face to face can be a whole lot more productive than the fussing that goes on this forum.

I sure Bio and Dave have lot's of different ideas about how things should be done but in person one tends to get along a whole lot better than on this argumentative forum. Sometimes I think this forum does more damage than good. Maybe Joshua and Bio can get together some time? I'm sure the discussion would turn out a whole lot more productive and friendly than it has been on here.
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dhitquinn

Paul Marsland wrote:
ddhitquinn wrote:
Bullen-Whatling wrote:
Nice to know Bio! Glad you had a good time.

I've often thought that perhaps one day we could have a UK "meet" of sorts or more of a "meat" where we should all get a (few) steak(s). Would be brilliant, but difficult to organize with work commitments etc, most likely!

Rob B-W

Id love to have a good few of the guys round for a workout, then we could dine with one of my Home made burgers then a night of tuna shakes and Arnie and Sly movies

I'd be up for that mate, I'll pass on the tuna shakes though,.........yuck!!! ;)


Maybe some time in the future mate, there are a few guys id like to meet on this site as im sure it would be great to hang around together and talk training, food, Arnie films and women (men if Southbeach comes round) ;)
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backtrack

I would like to meet someone in person who understands HIT but although I think there is only so much I could take from it in terms of training as a lot of us train with varying equipment.

Dan
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JamesT

Bullen-Whatling wrote:
Nice to know Bio! Glad you had a good time.

I've often thought that perhaps one day we could have a UK "meet" of sorts or more of a "meat" where we should all get a (few) steak(s). Would be brilliant, but difficult to organize with work commitments etc, most likely!

Rob B-W


I think we could do this. My facility is located in the Midlands at a football stadium. There is a conference room directly above the gym. Perfect.

Something to think about in the future.
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Landau

Florida, USA

I haven't been able to catch up as I have been traveling and doing other things. John Casler has the arms and impressed all at breakfast with his physique. John and I got along just fine and mostly spoke of "recent history." Like I said before, its good to get out and see the Physical Culture People. Thanks for coming over to Santa Monica John - we'll do it again. I also visted with another fine person a day before the Breakfast Summit.
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chasbari

Ohio, USA

crazeeJZ wrote:
"Great Thread" gets posted whenever people post OPINIONS we agree with.

This is, indeed, a GREAT THREAD, regardless of opinions. It is lovely to share the opinion we DO share, and that is: THE BATTLE WITH THE IRON!

The love for the iron face-to-face is what shows that we have more in common than the technicalities about it over the internet. It's like seeing someone in the gym with an opposing opinion frequently, we might have differing training approaches, but we both love the iron and respect seeing each other in the gym getting it done.


Agreed. This format.. danged internet, is so bothersome sometimes. There isn't a person here, even those I have running disagreements with, that I wouldn't like to meet and talk to face to face. Regardless of the stuff that flies back and forth we are all putting forth the effort to make something positive happen. I can agree to disagree when all is said and done. Oh, but if I ever have a meal with anyone it will have to be gluten free.. so that would be boringly oppressive for most of you..
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Hitit

chasbari wrote:
crazeeJZ wrote:
"Great Thread" gets posted whenever people post OPINIONS we agree with.

This is, indeed, a GREAT THREAD, regardless of opinions. It is lovely to share the opinion we DO share, and that is: THE BATTLE WITH THE IRON!

The love for the iron face-to-face is what shows that we have more in common than the technicalities about it over the internet. It's like seeing someone in the gym with an opposing opinion frequently, we might have differing training approaches, but we both love the iron and respect seeing each other in the gym getting it done.

Agreed. This format.. danged internet, is so bothersome sometimes. There isn't a person here, even those I have running disagreements with, that I wouldn't like to meet and talk to face to face. Regardless of the stuff that flies back and forth we are all putting forth the effort to make something positive happen. I can agree to disagree when all is said and done. Oh, but if I ever have a meal with anyone it will have to be gluten free.. so that would be boringly oppressive for most of you..


Chasbari,

I'll belly up to the table with ya with a gluten-free meal anytime! I don't tolerate gluten, soy or milk.

Perhaps we can invite SB and snack on Brocolli and beans? On second thought.....RURRRRRP.......never mind, haha.

;) Brian
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BIO-FORCE

California, USA

chasbari wrote:
crazeeJZ wrote:
"Great Thread" gets posted whenever people post OPINIONS we agree with.

This is, indeed, a GREAT THREAD, regardless of opinions. It is lovely to share the opinion we DO share, and that is: THE BATTLE WITH THE IRON!

The love for the iron face-to-face is what shows that we have more in common than the technicalities about it over the internet. It's like seeing someone in the gym with an opposing opinion frequently, we might have differing training approaches, but we both love the iron and respect seeing each other in the gym getting it done.

Agreed. This format.. danged internet, is so bothersome sometimes. There isn't a person here, even those I have running disagreements with, that I wouldn't like to meet and talk to face to face. Regardless of the stuff that flies back and forth we are all putting forth the effort to make something positive happen. I can agree to disagree when all is said and done. Oh, but if I ever have a meal with anyone it will have to be gluten free.. so that would be boringly oppressive for most of you..


Charles,

You'd probably find something at the place we went.

It is the Ocean Park Omelette Parlor, so they have lots of eggs and omlette dishes. You'd likely have to pass on their pancakes though.

But being so close to GOLDs they have a GOLDS GYM Breakfast Special and a Schwarzenegger Omelete.

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Tomislav

New York, USA

BIO-FORCE wrote:
But being so close to GOLDs they have a GOLDS GYM Breakfast Special and a Schwarzenegger Omelete.


Very cool BIO, good to see you recommending double breakfast! I also do this, but I'll usually order something different for the second breakfast like a grilled cheese on whole wheat with an egg cream to go with the coffee, eggs and bacon.

Did David also have double breakfast?
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