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Old 02-28-2006, 05:01 PM
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Most definately!!
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I honestly think that Eric's post was the best post I've ever read..Really...I never thought of it from that angle before. :240:
Wait a minute. I think you're messing with me. I didn't get a

But I am positive I heard you make the exact same point.
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If you act sanctimonious I will just list out your logical fallacies until you get pissed off and spew blasphemous remarks.
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Old 02-28-2006, 05:05 PM
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No, I was trying to be serious (for once). All those T-Nation guys coming up with all these weekly programs..And people think that when a new one comes out that it'll be the greatest invention since sliced bread.. People (not saying you Anuj) talk about those programs like the gains will magically appear..And all they have to do is show up to the gym and the program will do the rest.
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i think i'll run with hrdgain81 on this... i'll do it as long as i don make any more gains... once i hit a plateau i'll stop...
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Finally....I've been waiting for someone to say that.

You should check out bodyrecomposition.com sometime. Lyle and the folks over there have an interesting viewpoint on Waterbury.
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Old 03-01-2006, 07:23 PM
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You should check out bodyrecomposition.com sometime. Lyle and the folks over there have an interesting viewpoint on Waterbury.
LOL, got that right!

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blah blah blah, outside of the box usually means = making up idiotic shit and hoping nobody notices

this isn't new anyhow, guys on the HST board were training 6 days/week 2X/day for growth a couple of years ago.

but it is idiotic, nobody squats and deads that often. not unless they take years to work up to it. And waterbury thinks people cna get there in 8-10 weeks. He's as retarded as anyone who listens to him.

a lot of people are going to ge very overtrained listening to Waterbury and trying to do this

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Old 03-01-2006, 08:13 PM
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LOL, got that right!

Old Russian proverb: you can't spell idiot without a 't' and that 't' stands for 'T-man' - Lyle
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Old 03-01-2006, 08:15 PM
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http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/for...ad.php?t=12736
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Great link! I missed that one. I think the basic point T-Nation tries to do is to pimp their neural recovery drinks and whatever else they sell. Hence is why halfway through any article it says something like: "So the point is to avoid overtraining with my protocol.. That's why I also like Powerdrive to drink after I'm done with my routine."

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Lift heavy shit
Eat some food
Recover
Repeat as necessary

More is not better, better is better. Whoever says differently is not better, just looking for a new way to get their name in print.
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ok ok oko ok ... i get the point...!

no more waterbury hype..! only 0311 hype..!
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Old 03-02-2006, 02:56 AM
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ok ok oko ok ... i get the point...!

no more waterbury hype..! only 0311 hype..!
Definately no '03' hype either!! All I do is regurgitate what people have been doing since the dawn of bodybuilding -> Eat, lift heavy weight, and eat some more. That's also what people fail to understand..
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