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20/04/2020 3:17 pm  

by standards of bodybuilding or gym he is small, by standards of average person he might lean or in shape and to cyclists hes probably the fucking antichrist... im just saying i know he trains... a lot... and from what little i understand from his posts is he wants to be on the bigger end. hes not endo guy... and again i question why gear is needed which was my reason for the post

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20/04/2020 3:47 pm  

I love the Bus King comment -- I am just over 5'11" (what the average joe calles 6' -- but really, if you are over 5'9" most say they are 6') and I don't weigh 180lbs after a carb binge. I am still considered a bit of a freak because I have raced bikes for the past 5+ years. I have to say that I feel healthier, think clearly longer, and generally enjoy life more focusing on being a better athlete rather than being a better cyclist. This is not for everyone, but if you are honestly not going to make it -- if your part time job is not going to be supplemented by race earnings -- there is a lot to be said for being the best athlete you can be (if you are of such a mind set).

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20/04/2020 4:05 pm  

To most... especially the avg. joe I am extrodinarily well built. I got complemented and jealous stares at the gym all the time. Ironically that doesnt "fatigue my muscles." I have been training for many years using hi rep. Also for you guys that have access to "status underground" you can see the xray of my hip. I have too much metal and am missing shit tons of cartilidge from my accident so it is a very bad idea for me to add much body weight. If I way more then 215 I start to get hip and knee pain. Here is the link so check it out so you will see and know why I dont lift(or carry around much body weight or walk with too much weight as my hip and knee are fugged.
P.S. The amount of anabolics I use is bare minimum and thats for good reason. Again people always complement my size because I am so porpotioned. Not to big.. just right
Here is the link;=22169

P.P.S. I agree with Pillsbury that you can never be satisfied with your strength. I am a firm beleiver in "Satisfaction is the death of desire"

i was the 1997 International Spelling Bee Winnur

Bus King
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20/04/2020 4:29 pm  

Yeah, with my back injury, I really don't want to be over 210 at 6'5, and it slows me down being that heavy if I swim, bike or run a lot! It would be a good lean fight weight which is what I consider healthy before the weight drop.

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20/04/2020 4:50 pm  

When i am on complete work out then i do take that much but some times i just miss like some days in a month and that get's some serious i start with Monday with 2 days chest and abs then 2 days shoulders and back 2 days solid arms and right now not doing any legs and a day off.

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