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2008/05/10 18:07:25 (permalink)

Gaining Size

Mainly directed to the larger guys on here......

Did you get bigger and cut without the use of steroids and other enhancing pills or was it through consistent training, protein shakes + good diet.....?

How long have you been training for?

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    RE: Gaining Size 2008/05/10 18:14:36 (permalink)
    anyone can get big without the use of gear

    i take it your a relative beginner

    only supplements you need to grow is a fork, the gym and your bed

    maybe invest in some whey for PWO but not essential
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    RE: Gaining Size 2008/05/10 18:30:37 (permalink)
    Well, I'm by no means Arnie in his prime!!!
    I've been training for 7 months 4 times a week and gone from 12 stone to 14.8 stone. I've improved my work out routine and started running again now that the decent weather and lighter nights are back over the past 3 weeks. I've noticed a leaner physique, however i'm worried that my muscle size might be dropping as well as fat levels. I'm using a fat burner i admit, but i don't want to undo all the hard work i put in during the winter to gain size and muscle size. I'm still hitting the gym though as often as before though.

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    RE: Gaining Size 2008/05/10 19:08:41 (permalink)
    anyone can get big without the use of gear

    Depends on what your definition of big is
    ORIGINAL: Lotek
    Well, I'm by no means Arnie in his prime!!!
    I've been training for 7 months 4 times a week and gone from 12 stone to 14.8 stone. I've improved my work out routine and started running again now that the decent weather and lighter nights are back over the past 3 weeks. I've noticed a leaner physique, however i'm worried that my muscle size might be dropping as well as fat levels. I'm using a fat burner i admit, but i don't want to undo all the hard work i put in during the winter to gain size and muscle size. I'm still hitting the gym though as often as before though.

    Arnie used gear in his prime. Sounds like a bit of weight has gone on mate, do you have progress photos to show results? Fat burners wont give you that much of an edge so unless your diet or training are really screwy then you wont lose muscle

    Speaking of which can we take a look at them?
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    RE: Gaining Size 2008/05/10 20:36:59 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Keyboard Hero

    anyone can get big without the use of gear

    i take it your a relative beginner

    only supplements you need to grow is a fork, the gym and your bed

    maybe invest in some whey for PWO but not essential



    as said, training, food, rest.
    dont need most supps, just got a good protein powder thats it. been training two years, take look at my journal

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    get shreded. 16st 7lbs-15st 7lbs 6ft, to 14st 9lbs (Feb 2011)
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    RE: Gaining Size 2008/05/13 21:56:09 (permalink)
    bust your arse in the gym regularly, eat correctly (as mentioned only a protein shake is really that benefical i think) and do cardio on a separate day to weights
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