New bodybuilder 5 11 235, All Natural
08-10-2006 04:28 PM
Wanna trade genes? Compared to you, I got hosed, brotha.
08-11-2006 11:34 AM
looking very nice.....
08-11-2006 12:21 PM
Looking great bro, keep doing the thing, and all the success will follow!!!
09-01-2006 02:21 AM
good work. anabolic steroids or not. and if your havnt used you have a great set of genetics.
09-07-2007 06:43 PM
I'm natty too, what shows have you done, placings? What show are you planning on doing and where's it at?
09-08-2007 12:52 AM
09-08-2007 11:57 PM
He never came back smeaton...all of his 7 posts were here, and he never came back.
Just realized that these measurements were way out of proportion to his pics.
Originally Posted by housemaster
I've seen 21" arms on a pro bodybuilder and they're enormous. His might be a ripped 18" at 5'11.
09-09-2007 12:44 AM
Unless he has a huge upper body and chicken legs like Johnny Bravo.
although he said 17 inch calves which actually are good IMHO.
09-13-2007 08:20 PM
Aaron from Down Under here, man you have some symetry happening there. Your waist is quite small. You want to share any secrets about what supplementation you take etc. I would appreciate it. As far as your show goes just turn up you have already won.
09-19-2007 03:06 AM
09-19-2007 04:06 AM
I have had near 18" arms at one time. He is easily very well over 18".
Originally Posted by kwyckemynd00
09-19-2007 09:11 PM
18", and 18" lean are two different things for sure. I've been 18 1/3" at 5'10" about 14-15% BF (not the avatar pic, they may have been 17" there), and I had a buddy with arms that were about 17 3/4" and they looked considerably larger than mine did (he's about my height).
If he's over 18" he's definitely no higher than 19". Jay Cutlers arms are 22". No way in hell are this guys 21".
09-19-2007 09:16 PM
Hard to judge based off bbers measurements. they all seem to be off. Especially weight.
09-19-2007 09:19 PM
I don't know kwyk. I have had near 18" arms chunky and not so chunky. His are a whole lot larger than mine. A lot. I mean look at the size of them next to his head. Those are easily 2 inches or more bigger than mine or your ever were. Easily. JMO
09-19-2007 09:22 PM
He could also have a small head.
Jay's are 22" flexed. And jay has a huge head
09-19-2007 09:25 PM
Mine are just a 1/3 foot smaller than his then
09-19-2007 09:26 PM
Its funny, when you look at Jay's arms 1/3rd food sounds much more fitting that 4". The dude is enormous.
09-19-2007 09:29 PM
One thing you guys have to keep inmind is that some natural guys are using things like site enhancement oils, i'm no accusing him of using them just saying. And i'm sure cutlers arms are lke 23" now and no doubt synthol has been used in those babies as well as everyone making the top 10 in the olympia.
09-19-2007 11:23 PM
I just watched his BB.com video w/ cutler and he talked about his arm size. Even the pros exaggerate, he's just honest. Just watched another video of some new pro bragging about his 23" arms and someone busted out a tape measure and they were 21.5". I forgot the kids name, but you can find it on youtube.
And, each additional inch is a huge increase in arm volume. Exponentially huge.
Circumference = 2*PI*Radius
Volume = (4/3)*PI*(Radius)^3
So, the volume/circumference ratio is (2/3)*(Radius)^2
And, since Radius=Circumference/(2*PI)
The ratio can be seen as:
(2/3)*[Circumference/(2*PI)]^2, i other words, the bigger the circumference becomes the volume must grow by a power of 2 MORE ( volume is a power of 3) just to catch up, that's huge size and exactly why an inch seems like such a huge difference, because it is!
09-19-2007 11:28 PM
i find it funny on two levels...One that someone must lie about their arm size, as if 21.5 is small...and two, that we think 21.5 is small
Just watched another video of some new pro bragging about his 23" arms and someone busted out a tape measure and they were 21.5".
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