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  Healthy Eating
Posted by: lemmings - 05-03-2020, 08:35 PM - Forum: Nutrition - Replies (6)

What's the best strategy for healthy eating without it turning into an obsession?

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  Women and Men
Posted by: justaguy - 05-03-2020, 03:10 PM - Forum: Natty Or Not - Replies (4)

I would love to see this discussion split into men and women!

Just my thoughts. :Smile


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  Just enough TRT to get me to my natural level
Posted by: meat_lasagna - 05-03-2020, 02:26 PM - Forum: Natty Or Not - No Replies

Hi, I'm a long time reader of the site, first time poster on the forum. 

Is there already a thread dedicated to laughing at old guys who are built like the Incredible Hulk and consider themselves natty because they are on "just enough TRT" to get them to their "natural level"? As a true natty ectomorph who is bitter and skinny fat (but I repeat myself) and pushing 50, I would like to engage in mocking those guys behind their back. Among other things, doing it openly on social media usually ends up getting me banned. 

I looked around a bit and didn't see a thread specifically dedicated to this. Thanks.

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  Maybe the best book for home training (good read for quarantine days)
Posted by: Navigator - 04-27-2020, 10:07 AM - Forum: Training - Replies (2)

Solitary Fitness by Charles Bronson


Site is legal and you can read scanned book material for free

Lots of excellent, original, and somewhat bizarre and strange ideas for simple, yet effective workouts without or with minimal space and equipment
Lots of isometrics - which is curious
Try some routines from the book, some of them are very intense - you will be fried Smile

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  To be loved the way you want to be loved
Posted by: Rickley - 04-26-2020, 07:10 PM - Forum: Love & relationships... - Replies (2)

Is it safe to say that no women will ever love you the way you want to be loved? If so what's the solution? Just accept it and move on? The same acceptance that I'll never get the body if I stay natty forever?

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  Programming ideas for multiple lifts
Posted by: big_loser - 04-17-2020, 05:05 PM - Forum: Training - Replies (2)

Hey all,

I'm interested in improving on the following lifts: deadlift (~400lb 1rm), weighted pullup (bw+90lb 1rm), weighted dip (bw+~105lb 4rm), bench press, overhead press. Do you think it's a better idea to try to train all of them simultaneously or to pick 2-3 to progress on then swap them out for different ones? I'm a big fan of high-frequency programs like the ones from Pavel but for the last few years have been doing more bodybuilding style training.


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  Deload week for easier lifts
Posted by: big_loser - 04-14-2020, 09:13 PM - Forum: Training - Replies (6)

I realize after lifting 85%+ of my 1RM deadlift most of the time for the last few years that I was beating up my body and hindering and preventing progress. Luckily no injuries. I realize now this was a stupid approach. I am working now on a new training program that will have me lifting lighter weights (~70% 1RM) mostly with wave cycling so that I will only go for the heavy weights about once every 3-4 months. It will also incorporate deloads and with the wave cycles.

The question is do you think deloads are necessary for the easier upper body lifts: bench press/weighted pull-ups/dips/overhead press? By deload I mean like a full week at a really easy weight (60% or so) or even a week off. I don't feel that those stress my CNS nearly as much as deadlifts but still my inclination is to incorporate de-loading anyway.

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  Double Bodyweight Squat
Posted by: lemmings - 04-14-2020, 07:28 PM - Forum: Training - Replies (3)

Is a double bodyweight squat a realistic 1RM target for a natural? I've seen this benchmark mentioned several times as a way to maximise standing jump, but it seems fairly ambitious to me. My PR is around 1.65BW for 5 reps, although I haven't maxed out on squats in a long time.

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  Petar Celik
Posted by: AleXandeR - 04-10-2020, 11:22 AM - Forum: Natty Or Not - Replies (1)

70 y/o with 55 years of bodybuilding experience

Stage form:
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Spontaneous, ''out of shape'':
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With The Governator:
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Thumbs Up Sarah Butler from movie I spit on your grave - natural
Posted by: Navigator - 04-08-2020, 06:25 PM - Forum: Natty Or Not - Replies (6)

Watched the movie couple of days ago
Sarah Butler looked pretty fit for the movie and good example of how natural woman who workout should look

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