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    hi,i'm james,15 years old and i'm new. i fellow HIT-DC PRINCEABLEStrain around 4 days a week ,and am 194 pounds. althouth i'm no guru,anyone who would like to email me questions about any thing bodybuilding may do so.i may not be able to check my post often,only arong 2 in 12 days,but i'll help if i can.


  2. i'm going to be here for the next few mintues if anyone has any questions
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  3. WTF is this? You're 15 and tryin to get people to ask you s***....? I'm confused? Whatever....

  4. haha wow that is funny. 15 year olds ASK not GIVE advice on this Forum. And if they do, they dont make a thread telling ppl they can help you.

  5. hahahaha trolls are funny
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie View Post
    hahahaha trolls are funny
    Life's tough....no girlfriend, no social life, no job, trolling in hopes of someone being nice to him....

    If he is really 15 yo. This is one of those where I can say, Sit down and shut up sonny. Pay attention to what is going on around here. I'm 50 years old, been lifting off and on for almost 35 years and still learning about this stuff. Ask you a question? Yeah, I have one...You get your home work done yet? And judging by your post; you better work hard on that English stuff....you know the one that teaches you how read and write properly. Remember, youngling, not all books have pictures in them.

  7. I wanna be a guru, too!

  8. I SEE TROLLS THREAD hahaha
    I See You Trolls ! ! ! !

  9. ok,here's a question. what band is more gay: 311 or fallout boys? why?
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    thank you for replieding in such a kind manner instead of insulting me. maybe we caould team up and give advice togerher.ryan
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    you seem like a cool guy ryan and your photos look great. please keep posting

  12. James no offense but this truly is some funny sh!t. Please spend some time on the boards learning and then go over to BB.com teen bodybuilding to help them, then when you are a man come back here and you will have something ( hopefully ) by then to contribute. No offense

    Much Love

    <3 Neoborn <3

    Your post is very funny though!

  13. Quote Originally Posted by james55555 View Post
    thank you for replieding in such a kind manner instead of insulting me. maybe we caould team up and give advice togerher.ryan
    Despite this being complete bs and hes just looking for replies the image of a 100 pound 15 year old "teaming up" with Beelze is a hilarious mental image. Its like Batman became Hulkified and Robin became even *****ier than before
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    i'm 198 pounds by the way, just check it a hour ago,and though i take no offense by your comments
    maybe it would be better if more people asked me questions instead of insulting me without even knowing me
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    thank you neoborn for your nice post and i hope we can strike up a dilogue so you can see that i'll really do know a few things.

  16. i'm here right now if anyone's here

  17. how about you zembie?,nycste?

  18. anything you would like to talk about?

  19. James, though we certainly appreciate your enthusiasm, your energy & experience(?), would be better put to use over in the Teen Bodybuilding section of Bodybuilding.com's forums. Do you need a link?

  20. James aslong you dont star trolling in others threads thats ok
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    [QUOTE=thesinner;887026].....
    this week I thought I’d present a new idea called x-adetation. It has you loading a weight upon your muscles for 120 sec.,and then doing one heavy duty max intenseity set.it feels quite good,and I belive it could be a great techique.the weight you load or hold in you first 120 sec. Set is about half what your going to use on the heavy duty set.to find out more about this and orther great techniques visit pssmax.com, to make clear , on your first set you acutely do between 10 and 12 reps,5 sec. Up and 5 sec.down feeling enormous burnig is crtical too success. enjoy!!!!!

  22. Quote Originally Posted by neoborn View Post
    James, though we certainly appreciate your enthusiasm, your energy & experience(?), would be better put to use over in the Teen Bodybuilding section of Bodybuilding.com's forums. Do you need a link?
    i guess you and me are going to have a battle of wills' here neoborn? just joking, acutuly i'm already a member of bodybuilding .com
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    Quote Originally Posted by james55555 View Post
    i guess you and me are going to have a battle of wills' here neoborn? just joking, acutuly i'm already a member of bodybuilding .com
    i really looking forward to helping people though,and if anyone has any questions all they have to do is ask.
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    i'd love to talk about this cool new idea if anyone willing,x adep, that is

  25. Quote Originally Posted by thesinner View Post
    This burning sensation is caused by a build up of lactic acid. Lactic acid is good......in moderation. Not only is it a source of energy, but it can destroy the binding protein of IGF-BP3, leaving behind active IGF.
    not only that,but such a long tension time recurits many little used fibers that can exploudsly grow

  26. these fibers are then 'maximumly' tested by one heavy duty hit style set

  27. which can then overload them and induce massive growth for a time until your body gets use too this program

  28. This would make for a long between workouts to recover, like 2 weeks!

    I would rather take more frequent baby steps than a giant step every once and a while.

    Let's also not forget that the more muscle you tear down, yeah you get more anabolic response you get, but that 'anabolic response' has to rebuild all that torn down muscle before you can start making gains.

    Studies (there's at least one I know of off the top of my head) have shown that after 1 set ,done to positive failure, this 'anabolic response' dramatically decreases.(Study I'm thinking of compared doing 3 sets of bench press vs. 1 set for several months and found no significant change between the two.) Going off the fact that 3 sets would tear down more muscle fibers than 1 set, I think it's pretty safe to conclude that maximizing the amount of muscle fibers being broken down may not be the best thing: after a certain point it all becomes trivial.
  

  
 

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