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Blair last won the day on March 28 2018

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About Blair

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    Washington, DC
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    real profile.
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  • What are your interests?
    college beginning bodybuilder aiming to get huge
  • What are your stats?
    6'3, 195 lbs
  • What are you seeking?
    looking for mentors and supporters<br />
  • What are your dream stats?
    250 lbs. 50" chest, 20" arms, 28" quads.
  • Favorite Bodybuilders
    Steve Cook, Frank Zane, Hunter Labrada, Blake Mouyassar, Cody Montgomery, Justin Deroy
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  1. These are all really good points. At the same time, I really wouldnt be where I am today without a couple of key sponsors helping me along. First of all, I think some people (myself included) have legitimate financial difficulty with bodybuilding... all the expenses really add up. And at the same time, someone investing in your growth can be a huge mental boost. I've always been cautious about seeking it out, but it's helped tremendously. I think there are scammers and fakes on both sides of the transaction, but I know it can be just as rewarding for the sponsor as the athlete. I can't wait until the day in the future that I can help out a teen who's just like I was and push him to reach his potential.
  2. It works. It's just a matter of finding the right people. There are plenty of guys out there who are willing to help a guy, but then again there are lots of "bodybuilders" who try to just extort money out of people. So be honest, genuine, and up front about what kind of help you need and you definitely got to be willing to provide your sponsor with pics and updates on your progress. And a wish list is a great way to do it, so they know their money is going toward stuff that will actually help you grow.
  3. If you're looking for a pretty simple workout app on iOS, I'd recommend MetricMe. You just record your weight and reps/sets, and it calculates and tracks your 1RM and reminds you of what weight you used last time. Great interface without the bloat that apps like JEFIT have. Not sure if it's still in development but still works well for me.
  4. Blair

    Wrist Strains

    i have no idea what i did but I ended up with tendinitis pretty bad in my wrist, and I can only assume it was due to lifting. Anyone ever experienced this/know how to prevent it?
  5. I'm looking to spice up my post-workout protein shake. Any ideas?
  6. I'm a big fan of MetricMe. The app tracks what I want it to track (it's not much about planning workouts, but just tracking your lifts), calculates 1RM and percentages and tracks your progress. It's fast, clean and well-designed. Plus the developer is really responsive with feedback.
  7. Even if he can't go to the gym, at his age it's a great time to start with bodyweight workouts. I'd think he should focus on those to build up a base, and then he can start hitting the weights when he's grown a bit more.
  8. I may be wrong but I thought I heard somewhere that cable rotations are also bad because they put stress on this same tendon. Is that the case?
  9. Blair

    Tall Guys

    I wouldn't consider myself super tall (6'1) but I do have fairly long legs... Should I modify my squat form? Squatting doesnt always feel quite right and I wonder if it's because I'm not changing my form to accommodate my legs.
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