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Old 02-03-2012, 10:26 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
One thing I mention to a lot of the young guys who idolize bodybuilders: don't mimic what they're doing now. Find out what they did when they made the bulk of their gains.

Point being you have to look at the big picture and not the latest adjustments.
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one thing that newer bodybuilders dont take into account is the drug factor as well. there is a reason that ifbb pros can work out with 35 sets of chest and eat 6k cals while cutting.

as far as p/lers go, dont be the guy who is so focused on getting super strong now that oyu compromise the future. 100 punds on you total every year is 600 pound increase in 6 years.
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Squat: 418
Bench: 292
Deadlift: 473
Push Press: 235X3
Clean and Strict Press: 175X3
12 inch Log Press: 250
Yoke: 650X18.5'
Atlas Stone: 300 over 48" bar
Hummer Tire Dead: 500X3
18" Deadlift: 550
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