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JUS A NEWBIE

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2006/07/10 17:27:00 (permalink)

JUS A NEWBIE

well i well start by saying hi to all, i have the same problem as all newbies, i want more than ever to build up and look massive, i guess iam getting sick of standing in a club only at 5ft 4-5 inches approx and skinny arms lol lol,

if iam correct i have bought weight gainer and i have started eaten loads of tuna / chicken and high protein foods instead of junk.

my only wishes are to look an awaesome midget lol

any helps very appreciated to me!!!

i weigh approx 180 lbs
skinny arms
beer belly lol
5ft 4 approx
28 years old hope this aint to old lol

before any traininghttp://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a84/demonleech/100_1055.jpg
me 1 week into training http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a84/demonleech/Image000.jpg
post edited by andy_bulldog - 2006/07/11 01:08:05
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    MT2006
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    RE: JUS A NEWBIE 2006/07/10 17:34:31 (permalink)
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    andy_bulldog
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    RE: JUS A NEWBIE 2006/07/10 17:36:13 (permalink)
    thanks there cheshire cat!!!
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    Gazsta
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    RE: JUS A NEWBIE 2006/07/10 18:42:11 (permalink)
    Welcome to the forum Andy, im a newbie too.

    I hope you achieve what you want and become that massive muscle man:)
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    andy_bulldog
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    RE: JUS A NEWBIE 2006/07/10 18:48:56 (permalink)
    thanks again guys
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    ravenlife
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    RE: JUS A NEWBIE 2006/07/10 20:19:43 (permalink)
    yeh hiya mate . i guess we all got our challenges and as fellow newbies im sure we can help each other through our quest for improvment..
    GOOD LUCK

    IF YOUR GONNA DO A JOB DO IT RIGHT
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    RE: JUS A NEWBIE 2006/07/10 20:44:22 (permalink)
    Good luck mate

    SOme more advice: take some photos, measure yourself and start a journal/log

    This will be not only great to look back on, but when you feel down, or lose enthuiasm, you can look back and you'll be well up for it again as you'll see how far you've come

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    RE: JUS A NEWBIE 2006/07/10 20:52:55 (permalink)
    Definitly some good advice. Take photos and compare (under the same conditions) every 6 months or so. This gives you both a target and encouragement as you will be able to see the difference as you progress.

    As has been said, read the stickies on beginner's training. There's plenty of good advice to read up on here. Good luck.
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    andy_bulldog
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    RE: JUS A NEWBIE 2006/07/11 01:05:58 (permalink)
    well all i can do is go for it and never stop like before after hurting my tendons lifting too much on the barbells lol
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    RE: JUS A NEWBIE 2006/07/11 01:20:30 (permalink)
    Your arms are not that skinny , thats what I'm aiming for lmao
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    RE: JUS A NEWBIE 2006/07/11 12:36:43 (permalink)
    flip marky thanks i always thought i had small arms mate cheers
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    RE: JUS A NEWBIE 2006/07/11 17:18:29 (permalink)
    lol was only jokin fella, been training now for 3 an a bit months,not lookin too bad.
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    RE: JUS A NEWBIE 2006/07/12 03:30:53 (permalink)
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