A couple of pics at age 40

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  1. A couple of pics at age 40


    A couple of recent pics taken at my home gym. Notice the glorious tan.
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  2. Gears or no gears?

    Either way, good work. You'd look pretty ripped with a tan.

  3. No gears for six years. This is my undieted "walking around condition"
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  4. keeper
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    Good grief. Congrat's.

  5. Swole.
    Remember why you started.
  6. Never enough
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    Quote Originally Posted by devil View Post
    No gears for six years. This is my undieted "walking around condition"
    And no animals either. Its still hard to believe when I see the pics
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  7. Doesn't get much better. Nice job!

  8. Thanks for the compliments!! I train at home and never get much feedback (other than from my wife).

  9. jesus christ. I can't imagine you with gear.

  10. props for a job well done,


    thank your maker for those freaken awesome genetics

    your lean, how strict is your diet?

    or shall i say, what does your normal daily diet look like?

  11. Yes, diet and supplement regimen would be helpful, thanks!

  12. I'm a vegetarian (lacto ovo). I get my protein from whey and some eggs. I eat a ton of carbs (bagels, breads, oatmeal). Honestly my diet is not strict at all. The only supplements I have used consistantly for the last few years are a multi vitamin pak and creatine mono. I do take flax and olive oil as well. I have trained at home in my garage for the last four years using a fairly basic set up.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by devil View Post
    I'm a vegetarian (lacto ovo). I get my protein from whey and some eggs. I eat a ton of carbs (bagels, breads, oatmeal). Honestly my diet is not strict at all. The only supplements I have used consistantly for the last few years are a multi vitamin pak and creatine mono. I do take flax and olive oil as well. I have trained at home in my garage for the last four years using a fairly basic set up.
    thats nutz......

    care to share some of that there DNA? lol
  14. Never enough
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristofer68SS View Post
    thats nutz......

    care to share some of that there DNA? lol
    I know, it makes me feel bad about myself every time I see a picture of him
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    I feel bad about myself when I see a picture of me....

    Nice job old man!
    We live in a time where our planet suffers from two epidemics simultaneously - starvation and obesity.

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  16. Jeeze bro. If that is 40, you definitely have not had any drop in test LOL.

    Your quads and legs look solid as hell.
    What is your actual routine like?

    props on the results.

  17. Devil,
    Definately a role model for us. You look strong and healthy!

  18. Damn Bro.

    Way to keep it going.
    Soild!!

    JP

  19. That's f*ckin' crazy dude! Helluva physique for 40. I gotta lotta catching up to do!

  20. Quote Originally Posted by Zero V View Post
    What is your actual routine like?
    +1!!!!

  21. dang. whats your secret haha
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  22. Quote Originally Posted by JW32Hoops View Post
    +1!!!!
    I train every bodypart once per week. I train four days per week.

    Mon: chest and bi's

    Bench press: warmups-135 for for 10, 185 for 8, 245 for 4.

    work sets: 275 for 8, 315 for 8-10, 315 for 8.

    Incline bench (wide grip): 245 for 8-10, and two more sets usually at 225 for about eight reps.

    Flys: 3 sets of 20 using 50 lbs dumbells. I don't have anything heavier. Yes it sucks.

    I usually finish chest with a couple of sets of dips (20-30 reps).

    Biceps:

    dumbell curls 3-4 sets of 50 lbs db's for 10-20 reps

    Hammer curls 3- 4 sets with 50 lbs db's

    I end the session with a cset or two more of dips (20-30 reps)

    Tues: legs- I do two different rountines depending on how my knees feel.
    1. warmups sets: bar for 20 reps , 135, for 20 reps, 185 for 8 reps, 245 for 4 reps. work sets: 275 for 8-10, 325 two sets of 8-10 reps that's it.

    2. bar for 20 reps. six sets of 135 for 20 reps.

    I don't do any direct hamstring work. my low back just can't take it anymore. I also quit doing calf work. I really have no means to do them effectively at home. I'm kind of pissed because I used to train them hard. After not doing them for three plus years they look exactly the same.

    Wed: off day

    Thurs: shoulders and triceps

    Shoulders:

    lateral raises: three sets of 15-20 reps

    rear delt raise lying on bench: three sets of 15-20r reps

    Seated millitary press: 155 for 8, 175 for 8, 185 for 8.

    I usually do a couple of sets of dips (20-30 reps) as a delt finisher.

    Triceps: overhead rope extensions 3 sets of 15-20

    Pushdowns: 3 sets of 8-20

    skullcrushers with 50 lbs dumbells 10-20 reps. Bar skull crushers really bother my bad elbow.

    I end the session with one or two more sets of dips (20-30 reps).

    Fri: back

    Pulldowns/or pullups 3 sets

    seated rows three sets

    bent rows three sets of 225-245 for 8-10 reps.

    Shrugs: 3 sets of 315 for 8-10 reps.

    I don't do any ab work...ever.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by monsterbox View Post
    jesus christ. I can't imagine you with gear.
    ....and a meat-loaded diet!!!!]

    Impressive physique -some darn good genes right there mate

  24. Quote Originally Posted by jakellpet View Post
    ....and a meat-loaded diet!!!!]

    Impressive physique -some darn good genes right there mate
    No gear is a limiting factor. I was quite a bit larger and stonger six years ago. However, I honestly don't feel as if my vegetarian diet limits me at all. I take in 200 plus grams of protein daily.

  25. Quote Originally Posted by devil View Post
    Bench press: warmups-135 for for 10, 185 for 8, 245 for 4.

    work sets: 275 for 8, 315 for 8-10, 315 for 8.

    Incline bench (wide grip): 245 for 8-10, and two more sets usually at 225 for about eight reps.


    Quote Originally Posted by devil View Post
    I don't do any ab work...ever.
    I hate you.

  26. Nice routine. Hell you trump many a 40 year old, though there is a 50 year old on here who posted last year who was huge! Thats probably you in 10 years lol.

    Nice workouts, and as I said before great results. And on a no meat diet as well. I couldnt survive without meat myself. Then again, no reason a person cant run without it.

  27. There was a guy I knew who was in his 60's when I still trained at a gym who made me feel bad about myself.

  28. Quote Originally Posted by devil View Post
    There was a guy I knew who was in his 60's when I still trained at a gym who made me feel bad about myself.
    whatever, conan...........

    the barbarian..........lol

  29. Quote Originally Posted by Kristofer68SS View Post
    whatever, conan...........

    the barbarian..........lol
    I speak the truth. The guy was a former pro rugby player from Tonga. He was not human

  30. Quote Originally Posted by devil View Post
    I speak the truth. The guy was a former pro rugby player from Tonga. He was not human
    i believe you man.

    just foolin around.

  31. Quote Originally Posted by Kristofer68SS View Post
    i believe you man.

    just foolin around.
    I think he missed that the Conan comment was directed at him lol.

    He-Man defender of mankind.... Tis ok, I have 18 years to get as buff as he is...damn I am sad LOL

  32. Quote Originally Posted by Kristofer68SS View Post
    i believe you man.

    just foolin around.
    I know. I just have to give credit where it's due.

  33. Quote Originally Posted by devil View Post
    There was a guy I knew who was in his 60's when I still trained at a gym who made me feel bad about myself.
    There was a 61 year old man at one of the gyms I lifted in last summer who repped 415 easily off his chest, and did not look like he was on steroids/trt. I seriously was blown away.

  34. Impressive

  35. Good lord! That's some incredible size and strength for a natty lifter, let alone being a vegetarian. I can just imagine what you'd look like after a gear cycle and a couple lbs of beef every day. You'd be a monster.

  36. Hey Devil, I think we know each other. This is Greg W. Just moved back to Oregon a few months ago, living on the southern Oregon coast. You still have an awesome physique! BTW, I'm hanging at around 264 lbs, you might say I've been in a bulk phase for the last four years!

  37. Quote Originally Posted by Mass Hole View Post
    Hey Devil, I think we know each other. This is Greg W. Just moved back to Oregon a few months ago, living on the southern Oregon coast. You still have an awesome physique! BTW, I'm hanging at around 264 lbs, you might say I've been in a bulk phase for the last four years!
    I was wondering what happened to you. I sent you a PM.

  38. Very motivating to a 38 year old. Great work!!
    Think training's hard,. try losing!

  39. I secondthat motion . lol


    Quote Originally Posted by bonscott View Post
    Very motivating to a 38 year old. Great work!!

  40. 40 IS the new 20 afterall, good work, man!!
  

  
 

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