12/21/2004 1:56am, #31
6', 175#......... yep, you're skinny. I thought as much."Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities." – Voltaire.
12/21/2004 2:44am, #32
As I said - medium sized. But here's the thing, that's what I've been training for. Unlike you, I'm not training to get big. I was 215, now I'm 175. I've been training to LOSE weight and improve cardiorespiratory function. Both of which I've done exceedingly well.
12/21/2004 10:09am, #33
"Unlike you, I'm not training to get big. "
That's what a lot of skinny guys say. At any rate, I think Maik's problem is that he's not doing resistance training on his legs, just his upper body. That's fighting the symmetrical tendencies of the body and could very well be the reason he's having trouble getting bigger arms."Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities." – Voltaire.
12/21/2004 12:15pm, #34
7% BF? Damn you, you're beating me at 8% here.
I myself have decided to drop weight, 18lbs so far in under four months now, not even trying that hard.
Originally Posted by Thaiboxerken
Boomstick - That's great for your friend there but training for muscle hypertrophy and training for CNS adaptation are two different things. Diet is key as well.
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12/21/2004 1:53pm, #35Let me just randomly say at this point that bench and curl jockeys with no legs are funny to look at.
12/21/2004 3:08pm, #36
12/21/2004 5:48pm, #37
Apparently Ronin finally graduated from girl pushups to real man pushups.