Forum members, F=ma, Invain and Behemoth are as real as it gets. All have very impressive, natural physiques and what they have achieved is realistic for many of us and should be admired by us all.
Unlike the sleep-until-noon “professional” meatheads we see in the magazines, chasing their checks from supplement sponsors, each one of these men are articulate, driven athletes, working at jobs and/or going to school, making their meals, getting to the gym, and balancing relationships.
Get ready to learn a thing or three as we delve into their lifestyles!
READ HERE - Being Real - an interview with forum members f=ma, Invain and Behemoth
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This might be my favorite article yet. Nice job Mr. Colescott.
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That was awesome!!! I hope WBB decides to do more of these. I get a lot of inspiration by reading and posting in other peoples journals on this very site rather than reading about the superstars in the magazines.
It's good to hear from non-competitive BBer's from time to time.
How to Find Your Dream Job
My personal blog/website dedicated to giving answers on the age old question - how to escape the "rat race". I now play guitar for a living!
great article I really enjoyed this
B: 255x1 DL: 375x1 SQ: work in progress
Goals: B-275 D-400 S-275 Weight- 180
Great stuff guys. You know I'm a big fan of all of you!
I think this is possibly the all-time best response on WBB. - Jorge Sanchez
"you're an animal eat like one damn it!" - Wikked1
"Now we're finally getting to the chicken or the egg question," I grinned. "Did I eat all that food because my size gives me more of an appetite, or did I get to be this big because I've been forcing myself to eat like this for years?"
From A Body Builder is Born
i knew you were a beast but not that kinda of a beast that eats grown men and children.. lilmase
Great article. Great idea and well written.
6'2 - 105kg (231lb)
Great article, great physiques gents, and great examples to us all.
I think I speak for all three of us when I say I'm abliged to be recognized when there are so many members in the wbb community this could have been written on. There is a vast array of talent and dedication around here and were all appreciate of the feedback and support we've received along the way.
accuflex - LOLZZZZ!!!11one1!! SOEM PPL WORK THRE ARMZ!!!!11!! LETS KILL THEM111
"You can fake effort with grunts and clanging weights but quiet, consistent hard work coupled with gradual strength increases earns universal respect in gyms" - Steve Colescott
I'd rather Situation be a member of this board. -Joey54
Great job by all three lifters and the author. The most notable thing for me was their dedication to getting stronger on the major lifts.
Indeed.The most notable thing for me was their dedication to getting stronger on the major lifts.
Excellent! Nice hearing from people with different lives, accountant, student and labourer, and all finding the time and effort to improve their bodies.
Also, how impressive are Nick's (Invain's) lats?! They look like they are bolted onto his ribcage.
A Westside journal.
'There are no layby's on the road to strength'
'The greatest pleasure in life is achieving things people said you could not achieve'
'He who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the pain of being a man'
When I logged onto the home page I was wondering "why is Rory on the front page" and then I went on to read it and see that Tim and Nick were there also. It was a fun read as that's a group of 3 guys whose journals I follow regularly, well in Nick's case as regularly as he can post, haha.
It's fun to see how detailed Tim has become with his journal, and the strength that Nick possesses, and the evolution of Rory. There journals are good reads also, usually a lot of good conversations frequently.
Consistency is the key to success within this sport...