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Mr.Silverback 09-23-2011 10:16 PM

Mr.SB's Words of Wisdom
 
Thought I would share!

I want to give you beginners a bit of information that only you can learn by working the trenchs. I'm not a "guru" nor do I care to be one and I most certainly could give a scrap about all the self proclaimed ones that never put in an once of work.

1. Deadlift, deadlift, deadlift...
2. Eat whole foods, drink chocolate milk, then think about supplements
3. Stop reading magazines
4. Stop doing chest and bi's brah...
5. Squat, squat, skwaat...
6. Drink more choco milk and eat more whole foods
7. Get a decent routine that is proven
8. Surround yourself with stronger-than-you buddies that have the same goals.
9. Put the keyboard and mouse down then go lift heavy weight...
10. Stop staring in the mirror brah...
11. Rest, Rest, Rest...you grow outside the gym
12. Learn that nobody that's serious cares about your new gym outfit
13. Some girl is warming up with your max, so start eating n' liftin'!
14. Ask questions if you are unsure and learn to take positive criticism from experienced lifters.
15. Check your ego at the door or the iron will humble you severely

Unsure about anything on this list, then feel free to ask and we will help you! You aren't in this alone so don't go about it alone.

BendtheBar 09-23-2011 10:19 PM

#11...I think about how much I rested during my first 2 years of lifting. I was almost obsessed with resting.

It sure didn't hurt :)

Mr.Silverback 09-23-2011 10:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BendtheBar (Post 174129)
#11...I think about how much I rested during my first 2 years of lifting. I was almost obsessed with resting.

It sure didn't hurt :)

if more guys thought that way then the "gurus" wouldn't have a job!

BendtheBar 09-23-2011 10:46 PM

Regarding #13:

http://muscleandbrawn.com/forums/pow...20-pounds.html

Carl1174 09-24-2011 04:19 AM

Im loving #5

seriously guys, if you wanna get big ALL OVER then work the legs. And NO, just because you run, ride a bike, play sports. Thats NOT enough work for the legs...

Carl.

BendtheBar 09-24-2011 09:35 AM

As they say in kung fu, the source of power comes from the root.

Mr.Silverback 09-24-2011 10:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BendtheBar (Post 174219)
As they say in kung fu, the source of power comes from the root.

very true grasshoppa'...

bamazav 09-24-2011 10:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BendtheBar (Post 174219)
As they say in kung fu, the source of power comes from the root.

Was that before or after he grabbed the scalding iron pot with his fore arms?

SB - great list. Might also include... consistency is a good thing. Don't flit from routine to routine. Build around heavy compounds.

Mr.Silverback 09-24-2011 10:38 AM

nice ones Bama, feel free to add to the list brother! I want to put together a collective list for beginners because we all were in that spot before...lol

emekajokammor 09-26-2011 09:31 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mr.Silverback (Post 174128)
Thought I would share!

I want to give you beginners a bit of information that only you can learn by working the trenchs. I'm not a "guru" nor do I care to be one and I most certainly could give a scrap about all the self proclaimed ones that never put in an once of work.

1. Deadlift, deadlift, deadlift...
2. Eat whole foods, drink chocolate milk, then think about supplements
3. Stop reading magazines
4. Stop doing chest and bi's brah...
5. Squat, squat, skwaat...
6. Drink more choco milk and eat more whole foods
7. Get a decent routine that is proven
8. Surround yourself with stronger-than-you buddies that have the same goals.
9. Put the keyboard and mouse down then go lift heavy weight...
10. Stop staring in the mirror brah...
11. Rest, Rest, Rest...you grow outside the gym
12. Learn that nobody that's serious cares about your new gym outfit
13. Some girl is warming up with your max, so start eating n' liftin'!
14. Ask questions if you are unsure and learn to take positive criticism from experienced lifters.
15. Check your ego at the door or the iron will humble you severely

Unsure about anything on this list, then feel free to ask and we will help you! You aren't in this alone so don't go about it alone.


Man this is an outstanding post... :rockon:


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