The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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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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Thread: Progress

  1. #1
    Wannabebig Member
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    Jul 2005


    Ok I have been working out for the past 5 months the first pictures were taken back in may 8th. I have fibromylgia so I suffer from muscle weakness, but putting that aside I have gained 30lbs, It has been difficult but I think I have achived some results.

    I would like ppls opinions or suggestions good/bad/ugly, im slowly losing my motivation. (ps I nothing I can do about my face)

    may 2005 158lbs

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    Height 6'2
    Weight 190lbs
    Last edited by antor; 09-10-2005 at 12:19 PM.

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    Senior Member Wannabelean's Avatar
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    Jun 2005
    You can definitely tell that you put on some size! Considering your condition, that is awesome dude! Congrats.

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    Senior Member getfit's Avatar
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    Jul 2004
    montreal quebec
    well done! keep up the good work!
    You will soon see Getfit in OngII Flying Knee Thingys of Doom see if the feisty greek can survive the kicks of Steel Leg From Shaolin Soccer,Dim Mak(def touch) from ChungLee,and Flying Crane by Daniel-san-El Pietro

    Spray it with windex greek!-the famous El Pietro

    You be quiet or i'll clean and press your narrow francophone self-Callahan

    Lift for gains,not glory.Control your ego and the weight

    What a strong girl! This leads me to believe you can severly injure most of the male population-Nick Hatfield

    You're blazing white hot,anyone ever tell you that? Sometimes i think you have fingers faster then Superman when it comes to posts on WBB forums.
    Hot in terms of both speed and... well new hotness- Stash

    gain 50lbs-Anthony

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    260(-62) from 193 from 275
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    My mom has severe Fibromyalgia. Weight training has helped her tremendously.

    Just don't stop. And make sure you are training your legs and lower back if you are not allready.

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    Congradulations man! you have every right to be proud. Keep it up!
    "In religion and politics people's beliefs and convictions are in almost every case gotten at second-hand, and without examination." -Mark Twain

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    good job, nice improvement

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    Lurking lilmase1153's Avatar
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    Oct 2004
    In the Gym
    Quote Originally Posted by Garrix
    Congradulations man! you have every right to be proud. Keep it up!
    Damn skippy bro, you have made great progress just continue to work hard and eat right..

    Great job so far
    bp-295x2, 225x15 squat-405x3
    height 5'2 weight 140lbs

    All hail mase, the king of homosexual reference. - xian
    Pfffff. I've had jerk off sessions more intense than that workout. StackAttack in reference to CanadianCripplers w/o

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    Senior Member djreef's Avatar
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    Conroe, TX
    Keep working. Failure is not an option. You're making progress, to stop will ruin you. On a side note there has been a limited amount of research that indicates that supplementing ribose might help you with your situation. Do a google search for Stephen Sinatra, MD. He's conducted the most research in this area.


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    Wannabebig Member
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    Thanks guys/girls for the kind words. One day I hope pray that I will look like some of you.
    At the moment I'm concentrating on bulking, I haven't got a specific Diet As dirty bulkin was a good option since When I started I was super skinny. Fibromyalgia Is a pain in the arse, It weakens me considerabley which makes me feel that gains in the future will be limited. I don't take anything for drug wise for my health just vitamin b12 and creatine. thanks for the suggestion Djreef I will certainly look into it.

    I feel a little happier about myself now

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    Muscles dont care about how much youre lifting they just have to be challenged. You may not be able to lift as much but youll still see great gains.

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    dude your gains are awesome, i would love to be able to put 30lb on in that ammount of time. you should be heaps happy with yourself.

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    Lleu Llaw Gyffes Miker's Avatar
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    Stouffville ON
    good job dude
    "Fast food kills more people than hard drugs. McDonalds is the smack dealer of today. We are feeding ourselves things we wouldn't have fed animals 50 years ago. If you respect yourself, you wouldn't eat that crap."
    - John Davies of Renegade Training

    "The trainee needs to look past the obvious solution to any problem and look for the real solution. For example, every arm training article in the last ten years to improve your arm circumference has included a workout based on curls and triceps extensions. Do you really think a lack of doing curls is the reason why most guys have less than impressive arms?

    Every article on how to improve your chin-ups includes a program with a shitload of chin-ups in it. Is that all you've got? Improve your chin-ups by just doing more of them?

    Really fucking cutting edge that is!"
    - Alwyn Cosgrove

    Bench Press - 255lbs x 1 reps (June 15/05)
    Squat - 325lbs x 1 rep (April 27/05)
    Deadlift - 405lbs x 1 reps (Feb 27/06)


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