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Old 04-11-2007, 04:57 PM   #11
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Where's the edit button on here? I tried to fix my bad spelling and it posted another post! d'oh : /
u need to have sufficient posts to be able to do that....
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Sentinel... most helpful... yes indeed!

Cheers for the info.. I have had such a long break.. I am ready to gain some lbs! But not all fat this time! That above pic took me just 6 months before.. but I'll be aiming to get in better condition that that this time.

Cheers ;)
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Old 04-11-2007, 05:13 PM   #13
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u need to have sufficient posts to be able to do that....
Oh, how many is sufficient?
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i think its 50.
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Old 04-11-2007, 05:37 PM   #15
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Sentinel... most helpful... yes indeed!

Cheers for the info.. I have had such a long break.. I am ready to gain some lbs! But not all fat this time! That above pic took me just 6 months before.. but I'll be aiming to get in better condition that that this time.

Cheers ;)
you are most welcome sir

start a journal here ASAP and i will be glad to help u out. i know a lot of ppl on this board who have tons of experience when it comes to 5x5 programs:
Eric3237
Kane
0311
Schorcher
TALO
etc

BUT, when it comes to Mark Rippetoe's programs, i am gonna put it bluntly, Eric and i have the best experience. sorry, but its true

seriosuly, start a journal, ill be more than happy to join and help with my limited knwoledge (quote Eric ) and im sure u will progress very well indeed!

cheers!

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Old 04-11-2007, 06:07 PM   #16
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you are most welcome sir

start a journal here ASAP and i will be glad to help u out. i know a lot of ppl on this board who have tons of experience when it comes to 5x5 programs:
Eric3237
Kane
0311
Schorcher
TALO
etc

BUT, when it comes to Mark Rippetoe's programs, i am gonna put it bluntly, Eric and i have the best experience. sorry, but its true

seriosuly, start a journal, ill be more than happy to join and help with my limited knwoledge (quote Eric ) and im sure u will progress very well indeed!

cheers!

I'll be happy to start a journal.. just a small ques.. is there somewhere on here to do this? I'll give it a go... it would be good to have u guys help out, sounds good.

I havent yet joined any other BB forum, but this is a good place and plenty of help already.. and just my 1st day here.

The thing with the journal.. I'll be training 100% natural so I wont be looking like the hulk anytime soon like I have seen some of the guys pics on here... there are some BIG DUDE'S!

Cheers.
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Old 04-11-2007, 06:29 PM   #17
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I'll be happy to start a journal.. just a small ques.. is there somewhere on here to do this? I'll give it a go... it would be good to have u guys help out, sounds good.

I havent yet joined any other BB forum, but this is a good place and plenty of help already.. and just my 1st day here.

The thing with the journal.. I'll be training 100% natural so I wont be looking like the hulk anytime soon like I have seen some of the guys pics on here... there are some BIG DUDE'S!

Cheers.
start a journal by creating a thread here: http://www.bodybuilding.net/personal-journals/

u mentioned joining other bb forums. well, since ur starting out ehre u should find somoen to take u under their wing. thats the first priority. next, its fine to join a 100 sites if u want, but make sure u dont change ur goals or whatever u doing because ur getting influenced by 10 ppl. if ur the type of person who will stick to 1 thing and believe in it 100% then joining many forums may not be such a bad idea.

u said ur natural. so are we all. atleast most of us. i dont know about everyone, but 99% of all the journals in the journal section are of natty lifters. go read them. here, ill list out a few which will help u out:
Random Lifting of a Lineman: Click Here
Phil's journal: Click Here
FlyUSMC's Journal: Click Here
Phobia's Starting Stength: Click HEre

of course u can and should read up on my journal

dont worry about becoming a hunk and stuff. no one here is there to intimidate u and while i have developed the attitude to joke around, most people here are serious (99% of the time - dont let kane fool u ) and im sure ppl will be more than ready to help u out.

btw: im 18 years old......just so u dont feel uncomfortable, im the smallest and youngest member in this joint

EDIT: i am small because in 5'7 tall. dont underestimate my strnegth ;) check my journal buddy. and start urs soon sir!

best of luck

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Since you've been out of the game for a while, you will see some very quick improvements using a 5x5. Slow and steady and you'll be amazed at how quickly muscle memory kicks in.

As for supps, I would begin with simple pre and post workout nutrition which for many of us is whey, dextrose, and maltodextrine.

check out the how to bulk sticky for more info.

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you are most welcome sir

start a journal here ASAP and i will be glad to help u out. i know a lot of ppl on this board who have tons of experience when it comes to 5x5 programs:
Eric3237
Kane
0311
Schorcher
TALO
etc


YAY!!! I've been recognized...but not enough for you to know how to spell it :-/

I'm actually doing the 5x5 right now. I'm in week 3 of the loading. Going good so far. Before this i was doing Doggcrapp. It was alright, but I wasnt making the progress like i am now, and i was probably eating better then than i do now. I also realized i would rather have strength now, and size will follow.
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