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I think you fellas eating the protein get cravings and get angry because you haven't smelt your rank fcking farts in like 2hrs... lol

Definately dont miss that part of it!

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MX dave , yes the reason I gave it up and walked away was because if I hadn't I would be dead buy now . I also have some pretty horrible stores I could tell of what I did and what I was also involved in ( but maybe next time ) .

Everything I have read that all you guys have talked about has been great advice for anyone thinking of starting up a weight training program .

Allot of clever heads out there and even more importantly a very good common sense approach to what you are all trying to achieve . A big pat on the back to all of you.

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\ Or just do this Growth hormone,insulin,clenbuterol. Fark spending hour after hour and losing 1/2 maybe 1kg a week.

Clenbuterol = shaking like you have epilipsy all day.

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punch a few cones before your workout - increases heart rate and metabolism and will make you thirsty for a protien shake.

a scoop of whizz would do the trick for weight loss if that's what you want but will kill your bulk.

for you night time meal I'd suggest a bottle of scotch, this ensures a day of rest

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I do chest, bicep day 1, shoulders, try day 2, back, abs day 3 and a cardio day... then rest a day or 2, then back at it..

Anything else I should be doing/ not doing?

Yep, legs.

Quads, Hams, Calves, big big muscle groups there.

Leg press, donkey calf raises, lunges, deads.

unless you want to be like dick

"dick trains every day, dick trains chest and arms, dont be a chicken legged dick" look all out of proportion. or if youre planning on wearing jeans all summer you'll be right!

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LOL, believe me I have legs.. Plus on the bike I go pretty hard and yea calf raises I do, lunges etc.. but I don't classify that as doing weights cause I don't use weights, 130+kg body weight is plenty after a few sets, don't have the equipment to do leg presses.. In fact my legs have developed more than the rest of the body...

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Carpentry ftw :P pitty I'm trying to get into mechanics...

WTF would you want to do that!?

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WTF would you want to do that!?

I like swinging spanners , plus the building industry in our town has died in the arse. need another trade :)

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Fair enough.

I'm a heavy vehicle diesel mechanic by trade. I like it and my job has some unusual and interesting equipment, but as far as trades go there's probably better ones to pick from.

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sparkies get paid highest in most places and do the least work. 4 yr trade = 4 colour wires, so each year you learn to hook up 1 phase and in fourth year you get to eatrh sh!t . If I had my time again it would have been sparky or diesel fitter.

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www.scoobysworkshop.com. Learnt alot from this bloke and it's free, funny *beep* aswell. Actually 1 of very few men who knows what he is talking about. Answers emails real quick when asking for advice,has diets,training programs for beginners to elite and a heap of videos.

im so jealous of this guys chest. fark,

iv watched and read alot of his stuff too.

How did this go from gym advice to what work we wanted to do?

oh yer it was turbotrana fault for going off topic hhaahhah

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Like a lot of people have said, get your diet right and you will see results a lot quicker. Not sure if any one else has read it but I found Arnie's new encyclopedia of modern bodybuilding to be a really good read when first starting out. A bit hectic in some spots but quite inspirational and very helpful for new comers. Covers pretty much everything you need to consider when hitting the gym

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Like a lot of people have said, get your diet right and you will see results a lot quicker. Not sure if any one else has read it but I found Arnie's new encyclopedia of modern bodybuilding to be a really good read when first starting out. A bit hectic in some spots but quite inspirational and very helpful for new comers. Covers pretty much everything you need to consider when hitting the gym

...............Good read but don't take to much from it as he was using juice when doing all that $hit.

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