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    The Biggest Lies in the Gym


    The Biggest Lies in the Gym

    I don't want to get too big.

    Today is my light day.

    I'll do abs tomorrow.

    I'm not really trying to pick you up.

    This baseball cap protects my eyes from the glaring lights.

    I don't go to the gym to check out the babes. Honest.

    I used to lift ...

    Its supposed to bounce off my chest like that.

    I don't do squats, 'cause they're bad for the knees.

    I'm just getting back into it.

    I don't do legs because I don't like it when they rub together.

    I was not staring.

    I don't care how I look, I just wanna be strong.

    It's all you.

    I've been sick lately.

    I do circuits for the exercise.

    I don't care about how strong I am, I just wanna look good.

    I didn't notice the babe - I'm here to workout.

    No, I got these gains by using Creatine.

    I'm not a juicer.

    I had too much alcohol last night.

    I haven't worked out in weeks.

    I lifted a lot more than that last time.

    I always put my weights back when I'm done!

    I always clean my sweat/chalk off the equipment.

    I didn't drop it - it slipped.

    You don't need to lift heavy.

    I can't do squats, I have bad knees.

    I just injured my ___ a couple weeks ago.

    I don't need to do legs because I run/walk/cycle on the weekends.

    You only have to do 1 set.

    I go to the gym to work on my fitness.

    Callus prevention? No I wear gloves to help my grip.

    I never cheat.




    ...add your own...

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    A guy tried to convince me that Metalabol was greater than roids.

    The same guy told me that Inosine was as good as D-bol.

    This was a fat guy who spent hours at the gym working just one set of muscles, his jaw. He often performed verbal aerobics while everyone else worked out.
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    It's not fat, it's just soft muscle.

    I've actually heard trainers tell this to their clients.
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    lol... some pretty true stuff in there, I'm sure we've all heard more than one of those before...
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    go light and do higher reps.................my favorite
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    Originally posted by Supa Freek 420
    It's not fat, it's just soft muscle.
    you're kiddin me, right???

    I think Arnold said it best...if it jiggles its fat
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    Originally posted by msclbldrguy


    you're kiddin me, right???

    I think Arnold said it best...if it jiggles its fat
    No joke. He knew it wasn't true. Just trying to boost self-esteem.

    And yeah, Arnold did say it best.
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    Originally posted by Supa Freek 420


    No joke. He knew it wasn't true. Just trying to boost self-esteem.

    And yeah, Arnold did say it best.
    saddest part is the poor schmuck who was the guy's client probably believed him!
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    Someone told me I didn't have to eat right or do cardio to get a sixpack, he said all I had to do was crunches, and he was pretty fat.

    I also hate it when someone refers to fat as stored energy, it just seems like they justify obesity when they say that
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    Originally posted by msclbldrguy


    saddest part is the poor schmuck who was the guy's client probably believed him!
    Oh yeah the girl(she wasn't obese, but skinnyfat if you know what I mean), it made her day!
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    Originally posted by msclbldrguy


    you're kiddin me, right???

    I think Arnold said it best...if it jiggles its fat
    Better yet, I remember another quote that said, "YOU CAN'T FLEX FAT".
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    Originally posted by Iron Warrior

    I also hate it when someone refers to fat as stored energy, it just seems like they justify obesity when they say that
    **** that ****. It pisses me off when the media tries to say that obesity is a disease.

    Disease my ass. Gorcking down a bag of Cheetos and a 2 liter Pepsi is not a ****ing disease.
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    Originally posted by TheChosen1


    **** that ****. It pisses me off when the media tries to say that obesity is a disease.

    Disease my ass. Gorcking down a bag of Cheetos and a 2 liter Pepsi is not a ****ing disease.


    lol sooo true
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    if being too fat is a disease, then being too skinny should be one too...

    damn my ecto genetics
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    One piece of advice which I`ve heard from trainers and others say to people looking to cut is `convert the fat to muscle`.
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    Originally posted by TheChosen1


    **** that ****. It pisses me off when the media tries to say that obesity is a disease.

    Disease my ass. Gorcking down a bag of Cheetos and a 2 liter Pepsi is not a ****ing disease.
    LMAO...so true brother.

    Patient: "Can I get some medication and emotional help for this problem I have...........eating twinkies like a gluttonous, fatbody, slimebag........you know it is disease, right?"
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    Originally posted by Nelson
    One piece of advice which I`ve heard from trainers and others say to people looking to cut is `convert the fat to muscle`.
    thats heresy i tell you...there will be hangings in court square at noon tomrrow for comments like that
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    Ahhh the joys of working out at home. I don't have to deal with all of these people anymore.
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    Originally posted by Nelson
    One piece of advice which I`ve heard from trainers and others say to people looking to cut is `convert the fat to muscle`.
    I was never a big fan Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat (former WWF Intercontinental Champion & former WCW U.S. Champion) but I will always remember one of the greatest advice during a WWF interview that he had:

    "FEED THE MUSCLE, NOT THE FAT"
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    Originally posted by Bean
    if being too fat is a disease, then being too skinny should be one too...

    damn my ecto genetics
    If obesity is a disease, shouldn't there be some type of rehab therapy for the patients?
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    Originally posted by TheChosen1


    If obesity is a disease, shouldn't there be some type of rehab therapy for the patients?
    yeah, bootcamp make em do pushups till their arms fall off
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    Originally posted by N'Pursuit
    Ahhh the joys of working out at home. I don't have to deal with all of these people anymore.
    but just think of their entertainment value..heh
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bean
    if being too fat is a disease, then being too skinny should be one too...

    damn my ecto genetics
    NO joke! If docs will wrap a band around your stomach or actually REMOVE part of it if your not reaching your weight LOSS goals.....I think people with weight GAIN goals should have the option of 500mg+ of prescribed test a week.
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