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Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by TidWell, Feb 8, 2018.
didn't even bother to look at their hair. the proportions are off, in my opinion.
Kind of a look alike of Sage Northcutt.
They are not. They are not Arnold proportions but they don' want be that big. Arnold was godly not too massive like today builders. Arnold arms 2 inch bigger than calves people say they should be equal I disagree I think 2 nch difference is ideal no more.
i am in my 40s and lift 4x a week. I get all my protein from food, and make sure I have it at every meal. Shakes make me fat, and raise my Bp and cholesterol. The hardest thing to do is to get lean muscle mass. That’s why most guys in the gym that look big, really only have good arms. They also have bellies. For health reasons I’m going leaner now.
I thought you were a ripped 180lb manlet?
I am but I'm striving to get striations on my glutes.
It makes sense if you think about it.
As long as it's made of protein, your body can convert it to whatever type of protein it needs... because it technically already has to do that anyway. Whey, soy, and beef protein isn't human muscle protein.
Non of those clowns weigh more than 150lbs
Maybe the milk fat?
Jeff Seid guy on the right is 6 foot and 205 pounds
I know who Jeff Seid is
He's photoshop, angles and clen
That's about it
And he ain't over 200lbs in his wildest dreams, specifically not in all those 'shredded' photos brah
Yeah, that's what happens when you have cuts and visible veins.
I've never understood people that shit on lean, muscular guys. That's the hardest thing to pull off. It's much easier to be the typical pudgy lifter at the gym that's heavy and has muscle but also a damn gut and love handles.
Yeah yeah because those full lean muscles aren't the product of anabolics
As mentioned you can legs with dumbbells. Running is great for endurance but does nothing for strength.
If you don't want to be big and bulky just don't overeat.
Well those specific guys in the pic are obviously on gear, except for the middle one. But in general I hear criticism of lean muscular dudes, even the ones that are clearly natty.
So you take the easier route (eat like shit, ignore cardio), and you shit on dudes that sacrifice a little more? GTFO
Nah not really if anything I agree with you, I'll take being lean over fat and flabby but 'big' every day of the week
That's my day to day battle to be honest that fine balance between loosing all muscle and looking skinny but still looking decent
It gets to the point where you just wanna hop on the sauce
David Letterman's looking ripped.
IS this that 65 year old guy who had a stroke who talks with half his side of his mouth closed or I think he had bells palsy or someting?