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do what you can with what you've got then use steroids(men)and surgery to get to your final form.
 

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Lol dude im lean and mean and dont need to workout like a baffoon. Remember the extremes are not were to go and yes Genetics is huge.
Ive said over and over work with what you were born with.

Some have to do more but this overly hyped chistle head shyt to get women is also its own fallacy.

Do keep in mind that the modern push for body builder type bodies is not that old.
Men used to be naturally lean because they were active.
Genetics with the topic of muscle is huge.
Why do you think that a small percent of athletes actually make it to the NFL?
Genetics +hardwork+ talent.

The industry likes to put pics of dash type bods on bottles and tells the fat kid he can look like this when in fact he can only reach a percent of it. Guys that think other wise are being duped.
Body builder is too big. But my opinion stands that most of the body types have been represented in competitive atheletics. Ive already been down this road many years ago. Genetics for most people is a cop out not to be fit.
 

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Advice from the girl world lol
dude, I bought the needles to give to someone in the past to do steroids. It was merciless how many fights he used to get in. Time was of the essence.

It helped him and thank goodness he shot up in height and broadness too within a short time after. I felt helpless and gladly helped him(going to pharmacy to get these things because he didn't want to be seen there and questioned and also with encouraging words and limitless 'you can do this!' type affirmations in his ear)

it freakin worked. no more bullying.....big sigh of relief.

Should have also wrote in my earlier post that when a man has the time he should definitely build muscle and endurance the harder way which would be more satisfying, I bet. If a man has the time, why not put in the work and lift heavy? Before he's in a threatening situation where he needs his muscles-on-demand.

Sorry I didn't also write that.
 
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Lol dude im lean and mean and dont need to workout like a baffoon. Remember the extremes are not were to go and yes Genetics is huge.
Ive said over and over work with what you were born with.

Some have to do more but this overly hyped chistle head shyt to get women is also its own fallacy.

Do keep in mind that the modern push for body builder type bodies is not that old.
Men used to be naturally lean because they were active.
Genetics with the topic of muscle is huge.
Why do you think that a small percent of athletes actually make it to the NFL?
Genetics +hardwork+ talent.

The industry likes to put pics of dash type bods on bottles and tells the fat kid he can look like this when in fact he can only reach a percent of it. Guys that think other wise are being duped.
Fat kid has sh1t habits, no self control and a poor self image. He probably has others in his family that are well built. His habits and food addiction is his.
 

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dude, I bought the needles to give to someone in the past to do steroids. It was merciless how many fights he used to get in. Time was of the essence.

It helped him and thank goodness he shot up in height and broadness too within a short time after. I felt helpless and gladly helped him(going to pharmacy to get these things because he didn't want to be seen there and questioned and also with encouraging words and limitless 'you can do this!' type affirmations in his ear)

it freakin worked. no more bullying.....big sigh of relief.
Want to hear a funny one. Said Gymnastics coach was using roids too.
Me at the time being not in that world when i pulled her panties off and saw her engorged **** from roids i lost me mind lol im like wtf is that? Lol
However she turned out to be delicious piece of azz and tasted delicious. The memories hahaha
 

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aww, ughhhhh, must have been unsettling at first.

I won't quote you, just "@" you, @stringpuller , in case you feel like deleting your post, lolo_O
 

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I like it dash. A lot of work. I dated a gymnastics coach some years ago. She was actually in some fitness mags. Very cut and very lean.
She let me in on a little secret as she was a dietician too.
She said the industry sells big dollars but in reality genetics plays more then 50% genetics on your look and muscle tone.
Not saying don't go to the gym but to get as lean as you at your age is not something most can do so your 98% in your title is a bit misleading.
Its a big dollar industry selling ppl a lot of bs in Some areas.

My dad is 74 and when he was 50 he was fairly lean like yourself. I have those genes but ill continue to just do my workouts. What your doing is over the top. Lol ill stick to music for now
So true... there is NOTHING you can do about genetics and age. I will NEVER have a perfect "V" shaped upper torso... never. My torso is barrel shaped... I do not have a big belly, but my core muscles are larger than average, my father and both my brothers are all barrel chested. None of us would ever make good candidates as body builders. Having a strong core is really important, great for balance especially martial arts or sports where balance is important, but it's not the 'perfect' body shape. I would have killed myself in a gym trying to be something that would have been impossible.

On age... I will never again look the way I did in my 30s... again, I would just kill myself if I tried now.

You really just have to live and own the fact that you should be the best you can be, and be okay with it.
 

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Genetics +hardwork+ talent.

The industry likes to put pics of dash type bods on bottles and tells the fat kid he can look like this when in fact he can only reach a percent of it. Guys that think other wise are being duped.
Everybody talks about "genetics," but very few bodybuilders, fitness models, or action movie stars put much(if any) stock in it.

Dash looks good, and he may have good genetics, but that isn't why he looks the way he does. It's a lot of hard work. These days, just about anyone who can afford a full-time fitness and diet coach, and the necessary pharmaceuticals, can look like he has good genetics... but he still has to go the work.

That said, I agree with you that fitness mania has gotten a little out of hand, when steroids are the most abused drugs in America, and teenagers and 20-something young men are going on TRT...either because they've permanently damaged their endocrine systems with anabolics, or because they just want a legally super-physiological test level, to overcome a hypertrophy plateau.
 

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See avatar. I’ve thought about posting a pic where you can see my body better...but as much as I might like to (because I look good) I don’t think it’s especially wise, being a chick on a men’s forum and such.

The sprints are the secret. Sometimes I’ll go hard enough to get nauseous but that’s counter productive so I back it off to 80%. I played soccer for years and also was a middle distance track athlete in school (400m, 800m, 1600m etc) and for years I was a pretty serious road racer at 5Ks and 10Ks.

My legs, particularly my calves are still very cut and the dancing helps too. Sprints are a breeze compared to hard core distance training & racing. The workouts are intense yes, require mental toughness, yes, but the burn is short lived and the workouts very brief comparatively speaking. Makes me focus and push. At my age I’m grateful my body is still performing at this level.

My timed mile used to be right at 5:00 flat going hard out...I know I’m not that fast anymore but I still push and the exercise feels great.

But like Dash said...diet is paramount.
See avatar. I’ve thought about posting a pic where you can see my body better...but as much as I might like to (because I look good) I don’t think it’s especially wise, being a chick on a men’s forum and such.

The sprints are the secret. Sometimes I’ll go hard enough to get nauseous but that’s counter productive so I back it off to 80%. I played soccer for years and also was a middle distance track athlete in school (400m, 800m, 1600m etc) and for years I was a pretty serious road racer at 5Ks and 10Ks.

My legs, particularly my calves are still very cut and the dancing helps too. Sprints are a breeze compared to hard core distance training & racing. The workouts are intense yes, require mental toughness, yes, but the burn is short lived and the workouts very brief comparatively speaking. Makes me focus and push. At my age I’m grateful my body is still performing at this level.

My timed mile used to be right at 5:00 flat going hard out...I know I’m not that fast anymore but I still push and the exercise feels great.

But like Dash said...diet is paramount.

oh true , it did cross my mind . that avatar pic looks professionally taken.

isnt the 400 m sprint like a minute long?? it just seems crazy to sprint that long , or do you pace yourself?

yeah diet is important , without that your look wont change even if you build up some fitness .
i like to have champagne but 1 bottle turns to 2 so i have to be careful with that.
 
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Lol dude im lean and mean and dont need to workout like a baffoon. Remember the extremes are not were to go and yes Genetics is huge.
Ive said over and over work with what you were born with.

Some have to do more but this overly hyped chistle head shyt to get women is also its own fallacy.

Do keep in mind that the modern push for body builder type bodies is not that old.
Men used to be naturally lean because they were active.
Genetics with the topic of muscle is huge.
Why do you think that a small percent of athletes actually make it to the NFL?
Genetics +hardwork+ talent.

The industry likes to put pics of dash type bods on bottles and tells the fat kid he can look like this when in fact he can only reach a percent of it. Guys that think other wise are being duped.
the genetics only make it easier you can out-train and out-diet not so good genetics .
 

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oh true , it did cross my mind . that avatar pic looks professionally taken.

isnt the 400 m sprint like a minute long?? it just seems crazy to sprint that long , or do you pace yourself?

yeah diet is important , without that your look wont change even if you build up some fitness .
i like to have champagne but 1 bottle turns to 2 so i have to be careful with that.
Yes. It’s a professionally taken photo...but it is the unretouched proof so that is the actual image the camera took with good lighting & a white backdrop. So the image is unaltered.

Those are my own personal clothes & heels. And that’s my real hair, which is to my waist. I’m stunned how often I get asked about if I have extensions. I used to be like WTF? Now I’m used to being asked. It’s just kinda funny.

The 400m is generally considered the longest of the sprints in track & field...You have to race it such that you pace yourself on the front end to have acceleration & kick on the back end...& keep that oxygen flowing with proper breathing. Its a grueling race. I always had a love/hate relationship with it, lol. I keep to 100y and 200y for my sprints now days. No need to unduly punish myself, lol for trying to keep fit.

A fast man will run 400m in under a minute. Usually in the 50-60 seconds range unless he’s a very elite athlete. Women can run it in a little over a minute...again with the very elite athletes running faster. I used to be able to run about 1:05 to 1:10 on the 400, which is respectable but no way I could run that now...
 

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I think you can Know your genetics from grade school competition, say at recess and soccer, basketball etc. You Know who the kids who are naturally good, you know the pecking order, the ranking. It isn't a "social" thing but a shear observation based on performance. I was 3rd or 4th among the 12 or so boys in my class. The 1st was a do-it-all straight-A, sports, music, Everything this Scottish kid excelled in. He was the coolest and the more adept. His father was Airforce and already starting his lucrative healthcare business and today I'm sure they have millions (from working SMARTER not necessarily harder). Both he and his dad (who he works for) though are not married. His dad employs hottest of hot healthcare women/salespersons. From birth to death, these are the elite.

I my best friend was 2nd-best in sports - talking aggression, coordination, toughness (could take the hits in football..in the air knocked all around wind knocked out running the ball - I never ran the ball and was good as linebacker and tight-end). Both #1 an #2 in my class were shorter than me though, just superior in speed and coordination, but not by far in coordination. I was born with a twisted bowel and did not find this out until I became 38 years of age and had to undergo emergency surgery (or I'd have died like my great grandfather had died at 45 years old when out on a farm he couldn't get immediate care or even correct care if he were closeby - he was an alpha-dog though then fathering 10 children from the same woman, and a philanderizer, like a rabbit, on the side). I had a condition that I didn't know about all through my sports dabbling growing up. I knew something was slowing me down, but what? cause I sure-as-sh!t had the MIND to make the shots, carry/throw the ball. I had my dad's mentality (Marine aggression and accuracy), just a limiting factor none us knew about that would not show up on X-rays cause I never needed an X-ray, doctor visits few and far between in my youth.

Anyway, this topic um about to start my workout in 3, 2, 1...3 hr workout, then yard work to lose even more weight, not up for it, but I must, and if I fvck a gal tonight I'll be ever more the tireder doing it - when I was younger it wouldn't matter
 

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Im curious however about your life conditions cause it clearly would come harder to most men, I believe you dont live in a big city that oppresses you with tight space and traffic, also are you married or single? I believe most women would turn ape to have their men to dedicate so much time and focus on himself.
When I was 18-22, I was 5'7 and maybe 135# dripping wet. I really didn't have muscular or body building genetics, so I did it all the (very) hard way. I lifted a little in college and then once I graduated really got into the gym on a regular basis. That mindset stayed with me until I moved to Colorado in 1998 where I kicked it up a notch; more gym and more cardio. Plus, where I live running, hiking, biking is the norm. I live in a Colorado city of about 100,000 that is home to many Olympic athletes and pro bikers and triathletes. So the fitness mentality permeates my living situation which helps.

To answer @Who Dares Win post, I choose my women based on two major criteria: 1) Attractiveness - I need to be physically attracted to my partner. Some is genetics but more is how they treat their body. BTW, attitude is part of attractiveness to me. 2) Lifestyle - health and fitness is far and away #1 here along with their thoughts on money, kids, goals, career.

So the women I choose to date and would consider for a LTR have to have the same fitness mindset I do. I wouldn't even get involved with a woman that didn't share fitness as a priority so asking me about time involvement and if my woman goes "ape" over my dedication, it's a moot issue because I wouldn't be with someone like that in the first place.

You do have a choice of who you commit to.

Case in point: My last LTR a few years ago (lasted 9 years) is someone I met at my gym. On dates, we hiked, biked, cooked together, and worked out. Eventually, we lived together and "us" time was based largely around hiking, biking, running, and working out together. So we supported each other in our fitness goals. And she looked really good too, her body was 9/10. We just couldn't make it work long, long term and eventually broke up. But 9 years is a long time for any relationship. No regrets.

So to this day, the woman I decide to date full time needs to have a strong component of fitness in her life--period--or it won't work between us.

Hope that helps.

Also, I attached a picture of my "brunch" meal today. I hiked about 2.5 miles with the dog at 9:30 AM, got home and argued politics with some friends over text lol, made my meal, and finished eating about an hour later. I'll wait another two hours and then run my 2 miles and then hit the garage gym for a 90 minute workout. Then, I'll have a power shake and a big dinner; around 2200 calories, good protein, and less than 100 grams of carbs for the day.
 

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Everybody talks about "genetics," but very few bodybuilders, fitness models, or action movie stars put much(if any) stock in it.

Dash looks good, and he may have good genetics, but that isn't why he looks the way he does. It's a lot of hard work. These days, just about anyone who can afford a full-time fitness and diet coach, and the necessary pharmaceuticals, can look like he has good genetics... but he still has to go the work.

That said, I agree with you that fitness mania has gotten a little out of hand, when steroids are the most abused drugs in America, and teenagers and 20-something young men are going on TRT...either because they've permanently damaged their endocrine systems with anabolics, or because they just want a legally super-physiological test level, to overcome a hypertrophy plateau.
Agreed. 100% not discounting his work. Dash looks great
 

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The 400m is generally considered the longest of the sprints in track & field...You have to race it such that you pace yourself on the front end to have acceleration & kick on the back end...& keep that oxygen flowing with proper breathing. Its a grueling race. I always had a love/hate relationship with it, lol. I keep to 100y and 200y for my sprints now days. No need to unduly punish myself, lol for trying to keep fit.

A fast man will run 400m in under a minute. Usually in the 50-60 seconds range unless he’s a very elite athlete. Women can run it in a little over a minute...again with the very elite athletes running faster. I used to be able to run about 1:05 to 1:10 on the 400, which is respectable but no way I could run that now...
Yeah I ran track and still do the outdoor spring workouts at my local track. 400 meter is definitely a sprint.

I train on 200 meters sprints. Interestingly, The 400 meter was found to be about 60/40 anaerobic / aerobic for men (Women were about 5-10% more aerobic) and the 200 was 70/30. Nothing shreds the body like those longer sprints.
 

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Yeah I ran track and still do the outdoor spring workouts at my local track. 400 meter is definitely a sprint.

I train on 200 meters sprints. Interestingly, The 400 meter was found to be about 60/40 anaerobic / aerobic for men (Women were about 5-10% more aerobic) and the 200 was 70/30. Nothing shreds the body like those longer sprints.
It really makes your muscles "pop" and seperation like nothing else?
 
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