View Single Post
Old 02-05-2011, 05:28 PM   #10
Trevor Ross
Senior Member
Max Brawn
Points: 4,170, Level: 41 Points: 4,170, Level: 41 Points: 4,170, Level: 41
Activity: 4% Activity: 4% Activity: 4%
 

Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Canada
Posts: 506
Training Exp: 10 years
Training Type: Powerbuilding
Fav Supp: Food
Reputation: 14995
Trevor Ross is a dedicated contributorTrevor Ross is a dedicated contributorTrevor Ross is a dedicated contributorTrevor Ross is a dedicated contributorTrevor Ross is a dedicated contributorTrevor Ross is a dedicated contributorTrevor Ross is a dedicated contributorTrevor Ross is a dedicated contributorTrevor Ross is a dedicated contributorTrevor Ross is a dedicated contributorTrevor Ross is a dedicated contributor
Default

-Year 2003.
-Started Bodyweight training, then noticed skinny legs.
-Talked to co-worker (former Powerlifter).
-I got told "Squat like man".
-Got taught "man lifts".
-Did Upper/Lower split, got big and strong.
-Luck with ladies improved 100%. See connection?
-Had knee and back injury, shelved eight months.
-Therapist sucked.
-"Experts" told not to train, surgery only option.
-Met and started violating wife.
-I said "UGH", picked up where I left off.
-Learned Squats heal. (the reason I can walk and not cry like man baby)
-Got big and strong again.
-Started bodypart split routine.
-Not big, not strong.
-Bought house.
-Married wife.
-Did Westside Barbell method.
-Got huge! Got bull elephant strong!!
-Got hurt lots too, had to try something else.
-Did 3x3 Big three workout.
-Got stronger, not much bigger.
-Did Fullbody routine.
-Got a little bigger, got strong AND leaner.
-Had "little me".
-Had "parental" layoff.
-During layoff, got Personal Trainer Certificate, just because.
-Wanted to Upper/Lower again, decided to read book instead.
-Decided on Push/Pull, makes more sense then Upper/Lower.
-Getting back what I lost during layoff.
-Having second "little me".
-Joined Muscle and Brawn forum.
-Started 1st log.
-Having the most fun I've had in years.
-Kept wife.

Last edited by Trevor Ross; 02-05-2011 at 05:46 PM.
Trevor Ross is offline   Reply With Quote