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  1. Quote Originally Posted by stevewanders View Post
    New here but this is a great forum! Appreciate all of the information here and look forward to contributing!
    Welcome to AM...tell us about yourself. Goals, training, etc etc.


  2. Dear Anabolic minds im honoured to join such a vast community and looking forwards to being here.
    I am mike to everyone here, not my real name. Im 35.
    And been involved with training a good number of years.
    See you in the forums.
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  3. Just joined, glad to be a part of this awesome community.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Miketee View Post
    Dear Anabolic minds im honoured to join such a vast community and looking forwards to being here.
    I am mike to everyone here, not my real name. Im 35.
    And been involved with training a good number of years.
    See you in the forums.
    Welcome

  5. Hello AM! I am 39 years old and I have been in the U.S. Army for the last 19 years and 7 months, and am currently transitioning to civilian life, and will be retired June 1, 2019. I have been a member of Supplement Reviews (under same name) for the last 2 years or so, and have since moved on and looking for a new home since the changes of the site. So I am no stranger to supplements or working out.

    I had total reconstructive surgery on my left ankle in march of this year, and it took 7 months of Physical Therapy before I could really lift seriously again. I can no longer run, but was able to squat and deadlift again in September of this year. I got back in the game with the GZCL UHF 9 week program, and have actually gained most of my strength back!

    My goals are to be as strong as possible as I get older in life and to continue to stay in shape! I am 6'2 and 242 pounds, so I have no need to really bulk and never have interest in cutting. Here is a pic from my gym a couple months ago (I am the guy on the left in the red shirt). I look forward to getting to know everyone.

    YMCA Morning Crew.jpg
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  6. Hi froma Europe.
    Sorry for my poor language.
    43 years old. 96 kg
    See you.

  7. Welcome new members.

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  9. Quote Originally Posted by DaSlaya View Post
    Hello AM! I am 39 years old and I have been in the U.S. Army for the last 19 years and 7 months, and am currently transitioning to civilian life, and will be retired June 1, 2019. I have been a member of Supplement Reviews (under same name) for the last 2 years or so, and have since moved on and looking for a new home since the changes of the site. So I am no stranger to supplements or working out.

    I had total reconstructive surgery on my left ankle in march of this year, and it took 7 months of Physical Therapy before I could really lift seriously again. I can no longer run, but was able to squat and deadlift again in September of this year. I got back in the game with the GZCL UHF 9 week program, and have actually gained most of my strength back!

    My goals are to be as strong as possible as I get older in life and to continue to stay in shape! I am 6'2 and 242 pounds, so I have no need to really bulk and never have interest in cutting. Here is a pic from my gym a couple months ago (I am the guy on the left in the red shirt). I look forward to getting to know everyone.

    YMCA Morning Crew.jpg
    Welcome to AM! And thank you for your service!

  10. Thanks a lot.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by DaSlaya View Post
    Hello AM! I am 39 years old and I have been in the U.S. Army for the last 19 years and 7 months, and am currently transitioning to civilian life, and will be retired June 1, 2019. I have been a member of Supplement Reviews (under same name) for the last 2 years or so, and have since moved on and looking for a new home since the changes of the site. So I am no stranger to supplements or working out.

    I had total reconstructive surgery on my left ankle in march of this year, and it took 7 months of Physical Therapy before I could really lift seriously again. I can no longer run, but was able to squat and deadlift again in September of this year. I got back in the game with the GZCL UHF 9 week program, and have actually gained most of my strength back!

    My goals are to be as strong as possible as I get older in life and to continue to stay in shape! I am 6'2 and 242 pounds, so I have no need to really bulk and never have interest in cutting. Here is a pic from my gym a couple months ago (I am the guy on the left in the red shirt). I look forward to getting to know everyone.

    YMCA Morning Crew.jpg
    Make sure you say hi to demetedcowboy..he is also an Army vet. Thank you for your service.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by swimfan65 View Post
    Make sure you say hi to demetedcowboy..he is also an Army vet. Thank you for your service.
    Thanks brother
    I mean if you really hate your balls, go for it. But, what did they do to you?

  13. Quote Originally Posted by DaSlaya View Post
    Hello AM! I am 39 years old and I have been in the U.S. Army for the last 19 years and 7 months, and am currently transitioning to civilian life, and will be retired June 1, 2019. I have been a member of Supplement Reviews (under same name) for the last 2 years or so, and have since moved on and looking for a new home since the changes of the site. So I am no stranger to supplements or working out.

    I had total reconstructive surgery on my left ankle in march of this year, and it took 7 months of Physical Therapy before I could really lift seriously again. I can no longer run, but was able to squat and deadlift again in September of this year. I got back in the game with the GZCL UHF 9 week program, and have actually gained most of my strength back!

    My goals are to be as strong as possible as I get older in life and to continue to stay in shape! I am 6'2 and 242 pounds, so I have no need to really bulk and never have interest in cutting. Here is a pic from my gym a couple months ago (I am the guy on the left in the red shirt). I look forward to getting to know everyone.

    YMCA Morning Crew.jpg
    Welcome brother. Medically Retired E-5 11B, good to have you hear. I did 10 years when they retired me
    I mean if you really hate your balls, go for it. But, what did they do to you?

  14. Thanks for the welcome brother!! Nothing wrong with Infantry. I did 7 years as a 96B (changed to 35F now), then I went to Selection and held 18E and 18F until I switched to the Warrant Officer World and became a 180A. Luckily for me my injuries kicked up later on, so I will medically retire at 100% same time as my 20 years (May 2019). 100% disabled or not, I can still crush it in the gym

    Thank you everyone for the warm welcome, happy to be here!!

  15. Hi I'mnew here just looking into research for my first cycle
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