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Beebop 06-05-2005 02:06 PM

new member
 
Hello....new member here....looking forward to growing as a bodybuilder through help from the individuals at this site.

verbatimreturned 06-05-2005 02:32 PM

whatsup beebop tell us more about u so when u ask us questions we can answer them better, tell us what your goals are current stats things like that how much experience u have

WantingMuscle7 06-05-2005 03:15 PM

hey beebop welcome soo your from NC i went on vacation there couple years ago really nice beaches though i have no idea if your inland

Beebop 06-05-2005 03:35 PM

5'10" 190 lbs. appx. 16% bf.....looking to get under 10% on bf and about 215-220 lbs. lifted off and on for appx. 4 yrs. Been back into it heavy for about 3mos. now. Started out at 215 lbs. and 28% bf. Lifting knowledge comes from football days, but not much else. Lack a lot of knowledge in the supplement area. I'm a results now kinda person, but I know patience is a virtue when bodybuilding. Thanks for the welcome!

BG5150 06-05-2005 06:29 PM

Welcome...I hope this site will be both instructional and inspirational to you...

sdf42450 06-05-2005 07:32 PM

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Originally Posted by Beebop
5'10" 190 lbs. appx. 16% bf.....looking to get under 10% on bf and about 215-220 lbs. lifted off and on for appx. 4 yrs. Been back into it heavy for about 3mos. now. Started out at 215 lbs. and 28% bf. Lifting knowledge comes from football days, but not much else. Lack a lot of knowledge in the supplement area. I'm a results now kinda person, but I know patience is a virtue when bodybuilding. Thanks for the welcome!


welcome to the board, and we are all "results now" kinda people lol... but you have a realistic view to realize that patience is a virtue in BB... the whole "results now" approach will have you making/losing gains while never making any progress... you'll just be spinning your wheels and wasting your time. slow steady improvements are what you should expect. diet is key followed by training and then supplementation. get your diet in order and you will see much greater gains than if you were to just skip to supps... knowledge is your friend

Beebop 06-06-2005 03:39 PM

Thanks for the welcomes....I look forward to frequenting this site and gaining experience and knowledge.

Dr X 06-07-2005 04:25 PM

Welcome

joeyboy777 06-08-2005 08:18 AM

yes, yes, welcome

apocalypse 06-11-2005 11:07 PM

Dr.X's wife rosie welcomes u and also her secret lover apo :D


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