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powerbeats

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About powerbeats

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    Indonesia
  • This profile is a...
    real profile.
  • Gender
    Male
  • Orientation
    Gay
  • What are your interests?
    I do some casual bodybuilding, which is maybe why I've seen fairly meager progress so far. Nutrition remains the hardest job. I do art. Mighty aesthetic physiques, their growth and health are the more obvious ones. I have a more obscure interest, see below.
  • What are your stats?
    80 kg as of this moment. 5' 9". Have yet to measure anything like chest or arm progressions.
  • What are you seeking?
    People with mutual interests. Enjoyment. Friendship. Bodybuilding advice?
  • What are your dream stats?
    Probably something like 150 kg of lean, Olympian muscles. I'm no good with thinking up stats!
  • Favorite Stories
    haven't read much, really
  • Favorite Bodybuilders
    Stan McQuay, Rabih Laz, Sangram Chougule, Peter Molnar, Kevin Levrone, Kevin Ross/Sun, Ahmad Ahmad, Arnold in his prime...the list goes on, but tends to be the aesthetic guys.
  • Got Any Fetishes?
    Aside from beautiful muscles, I have this fetish on the strength and athletic qualities of men's beating heart. I enjoy the mighty bass thumps of an athletic heart, the feel of cardiac muscles kicking against the pecs, like a well-honed martial artist. Often, I even visualize big, muscular hearts pumping under Arnoldian, massive pectorals. The engine in a strong man's chest, that powers his life, strength, and growth.

    For me, the heart is a heroic organ, a sacred and timeless symbol of life and power. After all it is the strongest, most enduring muscle in your body.

    I am acutely aware that this fetish might be disturbing to some. However, rest assured that this fetish of mine simply honors life - prime bodies and physiologies turn me on. I don't enjoy excessive gore, lasting damage/disease or snuff.

    So yeah. Pumping muscle, in its idiomatic and literal sense. Feel free to PM me if you happen to share similar interests.

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  1. powerbeats

    The Scent of a Man

    Man I really shouldn't have read this in a public place. Lucky I wore my fanny pack today
  2. powerbeats

    The American Musketeer : The Test

    Looks like a massive physical tribulation, but I'm sure his core engine will withstand it well
  3. powerbeats

    The American Musketeer at Christmas

    DAMNN. I won't lie, I'm having a real hard on as I'm typing this in, and my heart's still racing like hell. This is the best Christmas gift yet. Seriously, I can't thank you enough What a stud. What a demigod. One can only imagine the sheer muscularity, size and strength of Roger's heart. It would complement his godly muscles extremely well. A thumping, invincible powerhouse under an armor of mighty muscles, ain't that poetic? Colin had a much, much better self control and endurance than I would in that situation.
  4. powerbeats

    Learning to love squats

    I'm still learning to love it. Previous bad experiences were often due to days with squats right before long travels, but I'm hoping to manage this. Do you personally get squat-derived gains in areas other than legs?
  5. Hey people, I've been thinking of doing a glycogen depletion workout just to boost anabolic state once in a while. For those who are wondering, it's basically a pretty hard circuit workout covering all muscle groups that aim to deplete glycogen reserves in your muscles, triggering anabolic state shortly after. Here's a primer: http://www.askmen.com/sports/bodybuilding_150/180_fitness_tip.html I've been sticking to Jim Stoppani's 12 Week Shortcut to Size for a while, though I got stuck around the 7th and 8th week of the program since I travel a lot, and gyms in rural areas I visited don't always provide standardized (or safe) equipments. Is it a good idea to do a depletion workout at the end of a routine workout week? With Jim Stoppani's it usually goes like this: Mon - Chest & Triceps, Tue - Back & Biceps Wed - Rest (ideally for cardio) Thur - Shoulders (Delts & Traps) Fri - Legs Sat & Sun - Rest (Cardio) Ideally the calves are paired with Chest & Shoulder days, whereas abs are paired with Back & Leg days, but as I said I skip them often due to schedule constraints. I'm thinking of doing a Depletion Workout on Sunday after this routine. What do you think? Is it a good idea or bad? I'd appreciate any expert comments about this. Some context to my life: I'm 177cm (or 5' 9"), 80 kg, >20% fat. Been trying to burn that crap away. My diet had been pretty spotty since I usually just aimed to get enough proteins and calories. Protein sources can be hard to get in places where I travel to. Routine suffered too for the same reason - I often skip abs, calves (and legs sometimes, sorry) workouts since I don't always have the time to add even 30 minutes to a 2 hour workout in a fully packed gym. But recently I've been able to prep meals and signed for a 4 month membership in a local Gold's....I've seen some progresses in weights I could lift. And doing my best to fill up neglected body parts. So I thought the depletion workout would be more sensible now.
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    Veins...

    Ooh yeah, definitely. Mountainous, glistening muscles with roadworks of veins, like some fine piece of landscape. Touching them feels even better. Ever seen pulsing brachial arteries sandwiched between monster biceps and triceps? It's pretty hot. It's in a fair amount of my fantasies. I like to imagine a virile, muscular heart feeding masculinizing blood to the body, which grows more beastly with each pump. But man, it's so hard to get even a bicep vein IRL, and I still find it hard to draw veins on muscles. Maybe I'll post some veiny art to the galleries once i"m confident with the results.
  7. Hello powerbeats welcome to the forum! 

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