This Doesn't Make sense ! Arnold and Lou vs...

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by Markusrulezzz View Post
    wow bro... that's a noob thing to say lol ! Anything you do too much will damage you, open 1000 folders on your PC right now and see if your computer will get used to it )
    Think of it this way, when a fat person throws up on the biggest loser, we don't say "He's overtraining. This is unhealthy." Because we uderstand that the person needs to get over a hump. As your muscles reach a size where they are putting astrain on your body, then it becomes easier to overtrain in hte long run, but I think iit's sad when I see some skinny guy pulling back in hte gym saying "I guess steroids are my last option to put on any size. If I was working any harder, I'd be overtraining.


  2. When I think of overtraining I think of training hard too often without enough rest to recover. I think doing reps til failure(you cannot lift it anymore without help) is just training.

  3. Quote Originally Posted by wastedwhiteboy2 View Post
    When I think of overtraining I think of training hard too often without enough rest to recover. I think doing reps til failure(you cannot lift it anymore without help) is just training.
    Arnold said he used to workout for 3 4 hours a day but that's him because it was his job, he ate alot of food with minerals and slept probably 10 12 hours a day.... also steroids helped

    Regular people like us will overtrain no matter what,
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  4. Back in the day it was taper up then taper down, no real issues, I never understood why it's not the same with PH. I follow the pct regime now but never did back in the 80's.

  5. My best mates Dad used to manage a gym in Portsmouth where Arnold trained and he said that he took up to 8 DBol per day (40mg) in off season

  6. Back then people truly did cycle and most did not get on until perhaps 16 weeks before a contest. I am sure many are not on HRT. You also have to remember that many might now have known exactly what Suppression was

  7. alot more factors in our air.food..water and soil mess with our bodies recovery than it did back in the 70s..

  8. Damn, this thread is hella old!!!
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