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  1. Quote Originally Posted by HereToStudy View Post
    Yep, and probably accurate with 99% lol.
    How can I achieve that hard dry look when I'm 270 and 35% bodyfat?
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  2. lol you guys are funny...

    The notion about people getting different visualizations of what certain extreme terminology means is prevalent.

    Dry to me is helluva lot different than "dry" to the 21 yr old that has been training for 11 months...not his fault,,, its just magazines and forums can throw people off.

    I like ....cut, defined, harder.....those are more mainstream and less extreme and more common for 90% of members here.

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by MattPorter
    lol you guys are funny...

    The notion about people getting different visualizations of what certain extreme terminology means is prevalent.

    Dry to me is helluva lot different than "dry" to the 21 yr old that has been training for 11 months...not his fault,,, its just magazines and forums can throw people off.

    I like ....cut, defined, harder.....those are more mainstream and less extreme and more common for 90% of members here.

    -Matt
    I think thats exactly what dry means to everyone,unless u have no common sense

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Jay888999 View Post
    I think thats exactly what dry means to everyone,unless u have no common sense
    What he is saying is that dry, in competitive bodybuilding, is not defined as those things.
    Just inject.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by HereToStudy View Post
    What he is saying is that dry, in competitive bodybuilding, is not defined as those things.
    Bingo -- here is dry (client of mine who won the WestCoast Classic in June)



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  6. Quote Originally Posted by MattPorter

    Bingo -- here is dry (client of mine who won the WestCoast Classic in June)

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    Is that a 6 pack on his ass?!? Good lord that guy is "dry"
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by MattPorter

    Bingo -- here is dry (client of mine who won the WestCoast Classic in June)

    -Matt
    Looks like Seth Feroce

  8. Quote Originally Posted by HereToStudy
    What he is saying is that dry, in competitive bodybuilding, is not defined as those things.
    I think dry is dry,it only has one meaning in the bodybuilding world.Grainy,thin skinned and very tight.Like literally holding no water.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Jay888999

    I think dry is dry,it only has one meaning in the bodybuilding world.Grainy,thing skinned and very tight.Like literally holding no water.
    That pretty much describes Matts client. That guy is dry. And there's no other way to define it.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow

    That pretty much describes Matts client. That guy is dry. And there's no other way to define it.
    I should have congratulated Matt on his excellent dieting and training advice cause his client looks super impressive. I agree OS,no other way to desecribe it

  11. Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow View Post
    That pretty much describes Matts client. That guy is dry. And there's no other way to define it.
    Wow that is incredible condition.
    Just inject.
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  12. Try fasting.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by niZmo
    Try fasting.
    Makes sense but not exactly good advice,imo...Not eating is not good!!!!

  14. I personally did fasting and it was a big mistake for my body.

    I do very well with carbs, healthy fats, and minimal cardio and intense training.

    -Matt

  15. Quote Originally Posted by MattPorter
    I personally did fasting and it was a big mistake for my body.

    I do very well with carbs, healthy fats, and minimal cardio and intense training.

    -Matt
    Im very minimal to no cardio,which isnt exactly good...I tend to lower carbs n up fats while cutting.Moore chicken as opposed to red meat,say 70%-30%...not that u dont know,just stating what i do,lol

  16. Quote Originally Posted by nattydisaster View Post
    Erase Pro + Alphamine

    Anti-estrogen to dry and harden

    Alphamine to burn the fat and harden lean mass...

    And get your diet right...bad diet and thinking will give you that look
    The bold+underline is number 1, but adding in a fat burner and AI can definitely be beneficial. I loved Reversitol V2 during contest prep, but Erase is definitely a solid option as well
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    PES Erase Pro tightens up my appearance.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jay888999 View Post
    Been using Erase Pro as well,so far its nice.
    I hear Alpha T2 can also help produce good results.
    Quote Originally Posted by Clickster View Post
    AX Hard FX and Erase both make me look a little tighter.
    Quote Originally Posted by nattydisaster View Post
    Erase Pro + Alphamine

    Anti-estrogen to dry and harden

    Alphamine to burn the fat and harden lean mass...

    And get your diet right...bad diet and thinking will give you that look
    Quote Originally Posted by ryansm View Post
    ^^^This, tried it and ya works similar to a dht hormone or script AI, lean and tight very little if any water retention
    Quote Originally Posted by R1balla View Post
    natty - Erase, Erase Pro, DAA, HGHup

    PH - andromass + Androhard. maybe even AH + AL
    Quote Originally Posted by bolt10 View Post
    Definitely agree with this. A step up from anything I have ever used for this benefit.

    In general though if you don't feel you look "tight" enough you probably are just holding more fat than you want and trimming that off would be a more long term answer.
    Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow View Post
    This is a common effect of AIs and certain insulin mimickers. Estrogen inhibition is was "pushes water out" and tightens up.

    FreeTest, Triazole, Erase, and Rezurrect.

    Obviously the right training program and cardio are key components. Easy on dairy... Disaccharides can make skin look a little flabby.
    Quote Originally Posted by andrew732 View Post
    That sums it up...
    Quote Originally Posted by kevinhy View Post
    Agree with this!
    Quote Originally Posted by MattPorter View Post
    LOL @ dry look...

    What is peoples definition of DRY LOOK?

    For me -- it means BF% in the mid-low single digits. It means very very thin skin, surface veins prevalent,

    striations clear, separation between muscles clear etc.....

    Strict diet and cardio will get you that look --- Androgens help tremendously, but arent absolute mandatory.

    Fat burners help get you lean to get there --- high water intake, and moderate sodium intake helps...

    Nothing will 'dry out' over 10% bf and low muscle development.....

    Throw in AndroHard and Erase (pro)

    -Matt
    Quote Originally Posted by allnatural923 View Post
    The bold+underline is number 1, but adding in a fat burner and AI can definitely be beneficial. I loved Reversitol V2 during contest prep, but Erase is definitely a solid option as well
    Thank you to everyone who mentioned Erase or Erase Pro.
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  18. Your best bet, is an ATD based AI for dryness.

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  19. I usually notice visible leaning effects with Erase or Topical Formestane.

  20. Another example of 'dry' look.

    My client Remus -- 3 weeks out from contest

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    -Matt

  21. I'm not interested in ever becoming a bodybuilder or stepping foot on a stage, so I don't really understand the obsession with looks. To each his own though.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    I'm not interested in ever becoming a bodybuilder or stepping foot on a stage, so I don't really understand the obsession with looks. To each his own though.
    What is your reason for working out? Serious, not being a dick.
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by MattPorter View Post
    Another example of 'dry' look.

    My client Remus -- 3 weeks out from contest

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    -Matt
    Dude his delts are ridiculous,almost look out of proportion to his body,lol... Conditioning is fantastic.

    Forearms and calves look a bit small though

  25. i think there is some lotions... not sure if they work though

  26. Quote Originally Posted by criticalbench View Post
    What is your reason for working out? Serious, not being a dick.
    To keep healthy and stay fit as I age. Lower blood pressure, lower resting heart rate, strengthen bones, keep my mind sharp.

  27. Like everyone has mentioned before, Erase Pro just works really well. I also liked androhard too. However, both are pretty expensive. If you want to try something on the cheap, I had a good experience with natadrol.

  28. Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    To keep healthy and stay fit as I age. Lower blood pressure, lower resting heart rate, strengthen bones, keep my mind sharp.
    WELL SAID BRO...

  29. Quote Originally Posted by MattPorter View Post
    Another example of 'dry' look.

    My client Remus -- 3 weeks out from contest

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    -Matt
    Crazy dry you could say. It is incredible the condition you get these guys in.
    Just inject.
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