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About billyr89

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  1. I'm personally hoping a lot of Remainers will jump on the Lib Dem bandwagon. Labour is, unfortunately, a lost cause thanks to Corbyn's spineless leadership. May keeps trying to pretend that the country is unified. Personally, I blame Cameron for proposing such a binary question to address such a hugely complex system.
  2. I'd love to go to the NABBA Show on 29th February in Hayes, which is almost London! Be even better to go with a couple of guys into muscle who know what they're on about. Would anyone like to join? http://www.nabba.co.uk/competitions/
  3. Hello, yes, this is me. Indeed, it can get to the point of 'death by pulses and beans'. That said, meat eating bodybuilders seem to always be on the chicken - maybe it's just something bodybuilders need to put up with, a lack of variety. I'll be interested to check out the link above, however.
  4. I can't say I agree with the way the article tries to make a conclusion regarding the worth of veganism by trying the amount of time required to grow almonds, rice etc. There are far too many studies which show that, were the world to simply turn vegetarian overnight, hunger across the planet would disappear. The amount of space required to graze cattle, and the amount of water required by them personally, as well as to grow feed, is an environmental nightmare most people would rather ignore. I'm not a vegan - I'm a vegetarian. It would seem that the only reason that people like me get a bad rap from meat eaters is simply because meat eaters don't have the discipline.
  5. Hey mate - where are you located?

  6. You should be able to access the Unfiltered section now

  7. I'm now really intrigued at how big a role lifting in a bodybuilding gym vs lifting at most 'fitness centres' plays. It got me thinking - I'd probably get a whole lot more riled up, too, if I was surrounded by meat-heads and ripped guys screaming to get that last rep. When you're surrounded by old women walking on a treadmill, it doesn't quite have that communal brotherly feel about it, does it?
  8. My husband and I have completely different goals in the gym. He's all about keeping his waistline under control. I'm all about growing big. We didn't realise this about one another until we started working out together. He complained that I pushed him too much, and I complained that he didn't encourage or help me, and forgot to spot me etc. when I really started growing, he'd comment on how my shirts were too small for me, and he did used to mention on how hunky I was getting. I really would like it more if he were into muscle worship however. Only minor stuff, like flexing for him and dominating him. He's not into bodybuilder physiques,, but I kind of get off watching YouTube muscle in front of him. I'm about to enter my next stage of growth and am going to make my commitment to lifting very clear, in the hope that he notices me more. I probably should just sit down with him and talk to him about this, but like many on here, discussing our love of muscle isn't always easy.
  9. Your experiences with X-Plode Hardcore? Apart from spell correct issues. http://www.sci-mx.co.uk/shop/x-plode-hardcore
  10. I'm hoping this won't be dismissed as a stupid question: What happens if you're lifting very regularly (5 days/week), but not taking in a huge number of kcals? Let's say around 2,500. I'm guessing you won't grow much, but what are the chances of burning off fat in your workouts and developing a leaner, as opposed to a huge, physique?
  11. Gents are any of you intending on going to the above show in Hayes, Middx on 30 April? http://www.nabba.co.uk/competitions/
  12. Hey mate

    Love your profile. Where are you?

  13. Can't quite find a perfect forum fit, so I'm going here! Does anyone else have this experience? Part of me (the horny part of me) wants my guy to love muscle as much as I do. I've watched bodybuilding clips around him, read muscle mags next to him, but his ideal physique is a rugby boy, not the massive dudes we love. My fantasy is to watch his cock grow alongside a massive bodybuilder in the gym shower room, or for him to have to drop everything to have sex with me the minute I walk home pumped from the gym. I wouldn't say our sex like is at all bad, but I would like to share the same fantasies, and have him be more into my growing body. Does anyway else share this? I know I can't change what he's into, but I want to share my muscle lust with him.
  14. First off, I've found this to be one of the friendliest and most accepting sites online. Thanks! I'm hoping for some direction and encouragement on returning to the gym after 'losing my mojo'. My story in a nutshell: I've never been the sporty type. I've been half-heartedly in and out of gyms between ages 23 - 38 in an effort to simply keep the excesses of that age bracket (read binge drinking) under control. That worked, but in my late 30s, my partner and I decided to get a PT for 3 months to REALLY try to get a handle on what we were doing in the gym. After those three months, we embarked on training together, and two things became obvious: 1) We had completely different goals - he wants to be lean, I want to be big, and 2) Our completely different goals meant we had to stop training together, as I was pushing him too hard, and he wasn't pushing me at all (I lost count of all the times he failed to spot me because his mind was wandering). After 18 months of solid 5 day/week training (alone), creatine, BCAAs, whey and good eating, I was carrying quite a bit of muscle, and lots of people were noticing. I loved it. For the first time in my life people were noticing my sporting achievements. My partner, whilst he's not into bodybuilder physiques (not that I had one - I was a muscular rugby build at 6 1 and 95kg) was commenting when I was stretching all our business shirts out. Then work got busy after last summer, some serious family issues cropped up and, I don't know...I just lost the amazing drive I had. 5 days dropped to two in the gym, and those two weren't all that intense. I've lost about 5kg of muscle, but fortunately not put on too much fat. Unfortunately, my clothes which bulged in all the right places last summer simply fit well now. I don't like that so much. I'm 41. Part of me thinks I should just stick to keeping fit in the gym and eating properly. I can do that with a three day a week commitment quite easily and save my joints and tendons. But the other part of me gets online, watches some big guys competing and then I think I want to return to the beefed up bod I had, and then some. It might help if my partner were into muscle, but his interest stops at rugby players - if I could guarantee he'd be all over me every time I returned from the gym, that would be a big encouragement. Whilst he's watched me surf muscle before and I've talked about wanting to get big, I don't know if he understands how deep my fetish is. I really enjoy people noticing my muscles. So what should I do - fitness or muscle? And HOW might I motivate myself to get back to the routines I had? Your friendly advice and comments will be much appreciated, and I look forward to reading them!
  15. Welcome to the forums billyr89 :)