Not much, but they are getting better... I also do not know how to flex very well..
Last edited by Titan; 10-23-2002 at 04:38 PM.
im about 175 at 6 ft in these pics
well i havent seen a before so cant rate progress, but theyre sweet
thanks man. I appreciate it. Ill see if i can not find a previous pic
heres one from a while ago
love the redneck look; tanned neck... pasty white back
good start on size, dude... you look like you're getting good thickness through your back as well
Thanks alot man
Just for the record that last pic is from awhile ago, the ones at the top of the thread are the new ones.
how long ago...
looks like significant overall improvement not just the lats
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that was in last june so like... 4.5 months
thanks for the compliment man, its hard to notice when you improve. I mean i feel like i look exactly the same as when i started. Which was like 35 pounds ago
Last edited by Titan; 10-25-2002 at 04:34 PM.
lol. I just asked my sister if i looked bigger between those two pics. Her response was the blue pic is smaller. After i explained i meant did I look different. SHe answered very sucinctly "wider". So i guess it is better. Thats what i want. To be big
Definitely a big difference. I know what you mean, i am not always the best judge of my progress. It takes someone telling me how much bigger I am to convince me of the changes...
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A big difference, keep it up!
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thanks guys, i think ill have a new picture coming up. I think they have gotten alittle bigger.
I agree, a BIG difference. Nice job! You are on your way to being like your avatar.
THanks chris, one day i hope to have a back like yours.