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Old 02-25-2006, 06:38 PM
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I just think common sense should prevail. If I'm asking about a good chest routine, I don't think age or body fat would matter. If I'm asking about how much creatine to take, none of that stuff matters.

I'm not a big fan of tracking body fat (maybe 'cause mine is, like, 80%..lol). I prefer looking in the mirror.

Granted, a lot of posts here need a lot of the info posted above, but not necessarily all. I think it should be common sense what to divulge when asking quetions, though when in doubt, don't leave it out...
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ok people... this post is not going in the direction i wanted it to go...

what i meant is, if anyone wants to change / shift to a new routine and wants advice on how good it is, it would be nice if he posted the above info because it would save those who choose to help some trouble...

thats all i made this post for...
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anuj i think everyone is just trying to break your balls bro hahha donts worry about it, but what i mentioned this would also be helpful when asking questions about diet help
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Old 02-25-2006, 10:01 PM
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ya.. i think everyone IS trying to bust my balls... but its ok... i know i made this post with honest intentions.... and yes, perhaps its applicable to the nutrition forum as well..
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