meso/endo split, with a lil more meso in me. Im a mut
Mesomorphy, Ectomorphy and Endomorphy. I was watching a TV Program on HBO " Penn & Teller-Bull****" in which I'm not sure if you guys have watched them before?
In any event, they had a program regarding "genetics vs. execrise." What Penn & Teller discussed is the false advertisment some gyms, supplement companies and workout-equipment display.
Per Penn & Teller it "really" boils down to your genetics. In other words, a supplement company will sell that their product can make you have more developed rouned muscles.
Then they'll use a picture of a pro bodybuilder like Flex Wheeler making the customer believe they TOO can get round muscle bellies like Flex.
Penn & Teller said your shape and structure can go "only" as far as your genetics allow. Funny cuz I've had co workers approach me and ask what can they do to get bigger arms.
Then they'll look at me ( flexing their 8" arms and say) I don't want my arms big like yours, LOL. I'm like "okay." In any event, it was a good program and if you guys ever get a chance to see it ENJOY. Those guys are too funny.
meso/endo split, with a lil more meso in me. Im a mut
I think I'm Ecto and Meso. I say Ecto cuz of my long arms and legs. I say Meso cuz I am muscular.
im pretty much ecto...at 190 from 130 at 6 feet tall. I think thats pretty ecto.
Endo/Meso (shutup, Scotty!)
Meso because I tend to gain pretty well, and I can take extended time off and not lose much density.. Endo because I tend to smooth out easily, and I hold fat in some areas moreso than others... Doesn't help that type 2 diabetes runs in my family..
Without a doubt endomorph.
Endo with a few meso traits here and there... I don't care what anybody says, I'm not an ecto!
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I gain muscle very easily. I can also take months and months off without losing anything. However do gain fat when I don't eat right. I can lose fat without too much difficulty, but I've never gotten super low on bodyfat (lowest ever was 8%) so I'd have to say I've probably got some endo in me. That and the fact that I have short limbs. Short arms and short legs. Well, 1 limb is long though
Every time I hear these terms used I think its rediculous to try and put everybody in one of the three catagories. But If I have to pic I guess I'd say meso since even at 150lbs in highschool people thought I appeard athletic due to large chest and tinly waist. Not to mention I shot up to 180lbs in less than 6 months when i started lifting seriously.
I think it just looks thin cause it's so damn long! And I did hear that you had a lot of 'fast twitch fibers', a little too fast your girlfriend told me last night, I went nice and slow for herOriginally Posted by Rogue Drone
Endo/Meso. I have large bones and gain muscle pretty easily, but have a devil of a time stripping of the fat.
lolOriginally Posted by Rogue Drone
you need a sled...Originally Posted by LCSULLA
I am 5'11 208 as of right now, off pct
i would be on the kindachubby side if i didnt work out,
i would be kinda strong but not look it if i didnt work out type.
like i would never not be able to bench 275 type thing.
i have a hard time cutting , it takes hella discipline for me.
it is easy for me to gain muscle, everywhere.
i dont know what category i would be
Endo......thick/muscular build all around (more smooth rather than cut look), except these damn legs, which I'm working on, lol! Hold/gain body fat easily.....hard to cut bf...gain easy. although m4ohn has really helped out in the leaning out process.
ecto to a fault
even the mental state originally written for ecto describes me to a tee
130lbs at 6'1 3 years ago... doesnt get more ecto than that easily...
Bean did you get your name from the Ender's Game book series by any chance? Or is it from being "this as a string bean"?
Your first guess was right on His name in the book picked up from the phrase "string bean" too
Ender used to be my favorite character until the Shadow series came out showing that Bean in sheer intellect and thinking-power was far superior
I'm in the same boat as you...sort of. I'm between an endo and a meso (moreso on the endo side ). It sucks because I have a hard time leaning out (I'm at 236 with a b/f% of ~20%) but I gain strength easily, plus I'm built for powerlifting (5'6" with short arms and legs ). But I have a tendency for diabetes on both sides of the family, which is another reason for getting my big ass in shape. So, all in all, I consider myself smooth but strong.Originally Posted by bigpetefox
Yeah, I'm totally going off topic of the thread here, but I just got done reading the first shadow book and it is really impressive. Very cool... working on the next one now.Originally Posted by Bean
I am exceedingly happy that he decided to go back to the roots of the first Ender book with this series. I personally didn't like the style he used to write xenocide and the other follow ups to ender's game.
I can say without a doubt if you liked the first you will love the 2nd and 3rd... They dont play big into higher-plane philosophy and psychological differences between species or anything...
pay attention though; the stories ARE in sequence and they do make up a larger story; but there's a lot of things you have to pay attention to so you catch them later... and if you're working on the 2nd one you'll also notice that Achilles is still in the game... sit back and enjoy
Oh and if you like good stories that span time like that... I suggest you play the game Xenogears on the original PS... game is around 70-80 hours long but the story is absolutely incredible... notice my avatar... thats part of it; wont let you know who that is tho hehe