Last edited by frankm007; 12-24-2006 at 01:48 PM.
maybe a freindly parasite in your stomach eating all that food your consuming.....I don't remember all the stats but tons of people in the US have tape worms......May not seem like a big deal until that worm starts getting quite long and consumes alot of food....
damn... if I had a worm in my stomach.... ehhh I wonder how you find out
24 years old
5'10 220 pounds
Waist: 38 Shoulders 56 Chest: 47 Arms (cold): 17.5 Forearms: 13.5 Quads: 26.5 Calves: 16.5 Neck: 17.5
BB Bench: 315 @ 215
Squats: 410 @ 205 (last winter)
Deads 515 @ 214
My AIM: MSOLOIST
Intensity: Lunch comes up! And breakfast! MET- Rx! Egg whites! Hot Stuff! Designer Whey! Yohimbe! Coenzyme Q! L-Carnatine. MTCs. OKG. All immersed in a mixture of stomach acids that peels the ivory off your teeth.
Stress I've found is #1 for taking mass away from me, strength too.
"You can take control of my mind and my body, but there is one thing a Saiyan always keeps.... his PRIDE!"- Vegeta
I dont think tapeworms are quite the problem you make it out to be. I agreew with superior will. If you have an unusual amount of strength, it will take a toll on your body.
WBB Conditioning Program
Goal: To not be breathless after 1 mile on the track or 15 min in the gym.
i havent lost muscle or strength
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If you are concerned you have a parasite in your stomach, get a blood test done at your doctors office. My doctor does this each year with my physical to be thorough.
32 yo - 5'6" - 170 lbs
USAPL Meet PRs (Raw @154 lbs): 347 SQ, 242 BP, 507 DL, 1096 TOTAL
Gym PRs: 370 SQ, 270 BP, 510 DL
The Riddle Of Iron - Kiaran's Garage Training Log
you can also loose muscle from not eating enough when you vigorously exercise.
Originally Posted by frankm007