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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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  1. #1
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    Progress at 1 year....2 year pics coming soon

    Picture on left is June of 06, picture on right is June of 07...will post 08 pics when June rolls around.
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    Height: 5'4
    Weight: 122

    Bench: 170 3x5
    Deadlift:230 5x5
    Squat:225 5x5
    (weights last updated 6/05/08)

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    Nice progression man. Your only 122 lbs still?
    19 5'7 235
    No Belt/Wraps
    Squat ATG: 335x5
    Bench: 315x2
    Dead: 420x4


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    unfortunately, yes.

    I'm not so good at bulking, I try force down as much as i can but it still isn't enough.
    Height: 5'4
    Weight: 122

    Bench: 170 3x5
    Deadlift:230 5x5
    Squat:225 5x5
    (weights last updated 6/05/08)

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    122? You should wrestle or box or something. Anyhow, good progress.
    Last edited by Phenom; 05-08-2008 at 08:31 PM.
    Age: 23 - Weight: 237 lbs - Height: 6'1''

    S(atg) - B - DL
    375 - 335 - 515

    "Gaining weight and having bigger body will make you look great on any clothing. Men with strong body are very attractive to women. General people tend to admire big muscle too." -mbijay

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    Looking crazy lean. Real good progress.

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    Nice man, keep up the progress.

    All you have to do is stop listening to ska and you will be on the right track!
    Age: 19
    Weight: 176lbs
    Height: 5'9.5"

    Max-
    Bench: 185lbs
    Squat: 255lbs
    Deadlift: 300lbs

    Total: 740lbs

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    You don't eath **** if you weigh 122 lbs.
    19 5'7 235
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    Squat ATG: 335x5
    Bench: 315x2
    Dead: 420x4


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    Quote Originally Posted by fooz View Post
    You don't eath **** if you weigh 122 lbs.
    Yeah his muscles must be made of air
    Age: 23 - Weight: 237 lbs - Height: 6'1''

    S(atg) - B - DL
    375 - 335 - 515

    "Gaining weight and having bigger body will make you look great on any clothing. Men with strong body are very attractive to women. General people tend to admire big muscle too." -mbijay

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    So where's the blowout haircut and lip gloss? Just kidding, you look great. I can't believe you're 122 though. How much did you weigh in the first pic?

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    Thanks for comments guys.


    To Killswitch
    I'm not really sure I'd estimate around 110, going into wrestling that year i weighed about 116 and dropped to 112 then went back up to 116 after the season and only gained 6 pounds in the next year to bring me to 122 which is where i am right now.
    Height: 5'4
    Weight: 122

    Bench: 170 3x5
    Deadlift:230 5x5
    Squat:225 5x5
    (weights last updated 6/05/08)

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    All that change from 12lbs? Doesn't seem right, but I don't know how much that changes shorter people.

    Either way, it's like night and day, great job.
    22 - 5'10@236lbs!
    Bench - 325 (old)
    Squat - 455x2 (old)
    Deadlift - 500(old)

    Total: 1280lbs 100% raw




    The key to my exercise program is this one simple truth: I hate my body.

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    yea idk i guess most of the weight gained was muscle
    Height: 5'4
    Weight: 122

    Bench: 170 3x5
    Deadlift:230 5x5
    Squat:225 5x5
    (weights last updated 6/05/08)

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