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Old 07-29-2005, 07:17 PM
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So you want to be Freaky?
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How many times have you neared fainting, and asked yourself, " why am I doing this? " Or, " what is it that drives me to push myself to limits I've never known before? " The answer is inherently the same for all bodybuilders. I say inherently because you must be born with the will power to succeed in this sport, and quite frankly, not many have this extreme gift, or curse if you will. It is a curse that cry's out in the middle of the night, and consumes your thoughts on a day to day basis. You have the innate desire to become freaky. The question is, do you have the will to become freaky? We shall see

Today Id like to analyze some of the greats in this sport and see what they had in common. What is it that they did, that made them so successful in achieving this much sought after goal? We will begin with a hypothesis, and see how it pans out. You see, I believe that in order to be freaky, you will have to do freaky things, and if you want to be insanely freaky, you will have to do insanely freaky things!

http://www.abcbodybuilding.com/magaz...tobefreaky.htm
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Old 07-30-2005, 05:27 AM
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now it should be working
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Thats pretty cool the bottom said the 9th 10 th 11th and 12th rep make the body grow but dont you want low rep high weight? maybe I read to fast over it.
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It's more in the line of making the point to push beyond the curtin.
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I agree with pushing yourself past the limit. I took the article saying to push as hard as you can...Not have your spotter do 4 or 5 reps for you past failure. Hopefully everyone realized that like I did. The problem is that most natural trainees could never do what Arnold does: 20 sets for biceps, ect. He was quoted saying, "D-Bol, breakfast of champions". Intensity is the most under-rated mass builder plain and simple. At least HIT'ites got that right!
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I agree with pushing yourself past the limit. I took the article saying to push as hard as you can...Not have your spotter do 4 or 5 reps for you past failure. Hopefully everyone realized that like I did. The problem is that most natural trainees could never do what Arnold does: 20 sets for biceps, ect. He was quoted saying, "D-Bol, breakfast of champions". Intensity is the most under-rated mass builder plain and simple. At least HIT'ites got that right!

lmfao thats hilarious
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Great Read. Ive always believed and pushed myself to do all sets to failure. Even my first ones.
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How many times have you neared fainting, and asked yourself, " why am I doing this?
I read this an thought ... never. When i get close to passing out, all i can think is .... god i love this feeling, is that wrong?
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