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Old 12-24-2014, 02:05 PM   #8311
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Ugh one thing i hate about weightlifting is that it is so fucking temporary. every time i see Arnold/Sylvester when they took some years off I just be like "ugh, I got to do this for the rest of my life"
nah totaly depends,
also they are roid users.
of course those super ripped guys have to maintain a schedule to keep all those abs tight.
That's why i dont do gym. The guys i know who are at the gym have better physics ( well those who take it serious, there many trolls who dont know how to work out, and still go to the gym, and have ridiculous gains for the time they waste there).
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Old 12-24-2014, 02:08 PM   #8312
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there is definetely a base line you keep.
My pecs are small, but they are there, no fat, and i havent done upper body weights in like a year. Only pushups and calistenics. Before that i had little flaps of fat there. And i am a thin guy.
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Old 12-24-2014, 03:12 PM   #8313
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it's not that much effort to do maintenance

3 hours a week in the gym and get enough protein

don't even need to go to the gym if you buy your own equipment

fuck if you're on roids its even easier, you whiners
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Was having some plateau issues about a year ago. I picked up Joe Manganiello's Evolution book on a whim, did his 6 week program and then adapted a routine out of that. I love the circuit's and drop-set dynamic. Brought my bench to currently 365-5x, but more importantly I've exploded in endurance and speed
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Old Yesterday, 11:47 AM   #8315
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Maintenance of an advanced level is not easy

Lean mass is expensive in terms of energy and it goes away fast if not maintained
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