The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Its 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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    Got Intensity? DGabe24's Avatar
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    Recent Progess - Dave Gabe

    Well , here is 2 pics of me from March, 2006.





    Here is three pictures and two videos of recent lifts / poses.







    http://s549.photobucket.com/albums/i...th-DESquat.flv

    http://s549.photobucket.com/albums/i...th-MESquat.flv


    Shows what hard work and consistency can really do. All natty, no PH/PS/AAS....TONS of food
    Last edited by DGabe24; 12-30-2008 at 11:13 PM.
    Don't asker for a light load, but a strong back.

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    Best Meet Lifts @ 220 Raw:
    Squat - 475
    Bench - 355
    Dead - 500
    Total: 1330

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    Squat junkie Painzer's Avatar
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    Looking thick. nice transformation dude.
    5'8" 177 (meet PRs) ALL RAW

    Bench - 290 (291) Pause reps Dead - 500 (479.5) Squat - 446 (430)

    Total - 1236 (1168.4)

    Goals: Bench - 280 met 1/19/09 new goal - 300 Squat - 435 met 11/28/09 new goal 475 Dead - 500 met 1/23/10 new goal 525

    The Quest

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    Good job! You look awesome man. Get some more wheel pics!
    Sarvamangalam!

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    Very solid bro. How much weight have you gained since those first pics?


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    Crikey, its a 30 foot ape! Kong's Avatar
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    Awesome progress
    Current 1RM's - Bench 264lbs (Target 308lbs)/Squat 396lbs (Target 352lbs)/
    Deadlift 429lbs (Target 440lbs)
    BIG 3 TOTAL at 220lbs (28% BF) = 1089lbs
    6ft 2, 234lb fat, hairy ape!
    My journal - http://www.wannabebig.com/forums/sho...sion-of-an-ape

    "This stuff will make you a sexual Tyrannosaurus. Just like me!" As said by the great Jesse 'The Body' Ventura

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    Quote Originally Posted by Painzer View Post
    Looking thick. nice transformation dude.
    Thanks man, learned a lot since then. To be honest, the more I learn...the more I realize how little I know

    Quote Originally Posted by ZenMonkey View Post
    Good job! You look awesome man. Get some more wheel pics!
    Will do, I'll try to grab some in the future. Wheels are currently around 26.5-27''

    Quote Originally Posted by jAy_Dub View Post
    Very solid bro. How much weight have you gained since those first pics?
    I was probably around 150-160 in those pics, and I'm around 205 now. Not to mention I blew my knee out in September of 2006...which was a 12 month rehab, and lost 50lbs cause of that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kong View Post
    Awesome progress
    Thank you very much.




    I just wanted to show everyone out there, especially some beginners...what hard work and consistency can yield as far as results. Not to worry about supplements as much as your training and diet setups.
    Don't asker for a light load, but a strong back.

    JOURNAL


    Best Meet Lifts @ 220 Raw:
    Squat - 475
    Bench - 355
    Dead - 500
    Total: 1330

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