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Old 12-17-2005, 01:24 PM   #1
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just wander what you motivation is guys?
and what your goals arE?
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Old 12-17-2005, 01:31 PM   #2
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Well, originally to get poon. Then I joined the Marines and felt it made my job easier to be big and imposing. After I got out it was back to poon. From there I got married. Now I'm so accustomed to being big that I'd probably kill myself if i got smaller.

I also get Bulk Nutrition prices at my neighborhood GNC because I help the owner's out with training, nutrition, ect.

Life IMO is a lot easier being big. You don't get into fights anymore because people assume that if you're big then you can fight.

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lol yeah u right on all that...
since i come from racing motocross and planngin on racing pro i had allways tried to say as absoute light as possible now that due to soem problme i have had this past few racing seasons with my wrists and will continute to have for probally my life i cant race pro as i had planed on turning in a few years now i can afford to bb 6ft and weigh around 190-200lbs. my movitation and goal is for the ladies and just looking good. ya dont have to much confidence around ppl when ur fat lol

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Old 12-17-2005, 01:40 PM   #4
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I'm with 0311, the bigger you get the less shit you get in a lot of area's in life. I think its a good look personally, a lot of people dissagree, but i believe you do things to make yourself happy, not other people, so do what you wanna do. Best way to stay motivated i find is to look in the mirror and pick out all your flaws and then work on them.
Oh and plus i've always loved king Arnie (such a dork!)
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i think there is a point where it becomes just too much over board. anythign over 260 is too much to be practiacel i think. unless ur life time job is a bodybuilder, then its cool. but id rather spend all day on my r1 than in the gym, or in a ferrari going coffe shop hopping picking up all the ladies
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I've been lifting for so long I forgot why I even started. Now it's just a way of life.
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after about a week or so of what i consider really hard traning i can notice i feel a little harder in ares i didnt...

since i dont go to a gym but have some excersive equiptment at home what can i do to work my ass musscles and burn fat there?
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Going to the gym is my escape. When I'm at the gym is my break from home, wife, my 12 hr shifts at work. I don't need to worry about anything except whats on the bar in front of me. As for goals I would like to reach 200lb. I'm currently 181lb and losing weight because of cutting so it'll be a long process. But fun none the less.
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