bigpetefox please look in
09-11-2004 07:38 PM
bigpetefox please look in
I was wondering what kind of training routine you did to develop the physique you have (as opposed to what you may be doing now to maintain that physique).
09-12-2004 06:03 PM
He did nothing... he was genetically engineered to be a perfect speciman of a human being
09-12-2004 08:39 PM
If you read some of his old stuff, he says he started off as a powerlifter.
09-14-2004 05:20 PM
He doesn't lift weights it's all that poll work he does down at the club
09-14-2004 05:26 PM
hes been lifting weights for like 18 yrs...
09-14-2004 08:10 PM
I know nothing...
He's been lifting girls in his bedroom for 18 years.
09-14-2004 08:29 PM
I love you guys..
Seriously, I started out weighing 145lbs, had the "underwear model" physique.. Girls liked it, but me being a nerd didn't help.. I started powerlifting with afew friends in college at the age of 15.. They were on school teams, one was a running back, one was a freestyle wrestler.. We did alot of basic compound movements, Push/Pull , rack running type stuff.. I went from 145 with pants on to 190 in a matter of months.. I got to 225 when I was 19, hurt my back on the second rep of deadlifting 550.. So, I'm in active army with a bad back, and gained abit of fat.. I had to run abit more often than others.. Dropped down to 175-180, stayed there no matter what I did with diet.. 2001, I was one of the guinea pigs who bought a ****load of Trenabol-X from bb.com, and ate BK 4 times a day.. After all the whoppers, drinking N-Large 3x daily, and taking twice the serving amount of Tren-X, I got back up to 220.. I dropped down to 169 to place third in a local NPC in 2002, last year I placed a pathetic 5th..
Now, I'm no longer competing, so I eat when/what/how much I want, and I do pay attention to fat gain.. Of course, I'm using a more high-caliber product these days..
09-14-2004 08:33 PM
Ok, a shorter post..
All I do now is a mix of my old routines, and a ton of what I've been doing.. Keep in mind I don't have a set routine, I pretty much figure out what I feel like lifting once I get in the door of the gym.. Plus, it depends on how much I've eaten, energy, what's not sore, blah-blah..
Heavy compounds, 8-10 rep range, compound exercises I do 5 sets, everything else I only do 3, same rep scheme.. I usually do no more than 4 exercises per bodypart also..
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