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About sannong

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    250+ Posts
  • Birthday 05/17/1984


  • Location
    West Michigan, USA
  • This profile is a...
    real profile.
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  • What are your interests?
    Bodybuilding, powerlifting, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and training to be harder to kill. I love lifting and training. I'm in the gym or on the mats everyday trying to get as big, shredded, conditioned, and freaky as I can. And of course I love muscle. Particularly the most freakishly, inhumanly, walking anatomy chart, skinless muscle. Both on myself and on others. Outside that, in "real" life, engineering and geeky stuff, music, hiking/backpacking/outdoors, adventure racing/rucking, yoga, and general fitness/sports.
  • What are your stats?
    5'8", 222 lb, 8-9% bodyfat. Right now I'm cutting to see how lean I can get and maintain. My goal is as close to contest shape as is maintainable and grow slowly from there. Stay freaky year round.
  • What are you seeking?
    Friends, chat, finding others with similar interests.
  • What are your dream stats?
    My weight isn't as important to me now as conditioning. My dream state would be sub 3% bodyfat, absolutely shredded to the bone. Beyond any level of conditioning anyone has ever seen. Disgusting alien looking striated glutes, sunken in death face, paper thin dick skin, not one ounce of fat or water on my entire body. Vascularity so intense I look like Google maps on steroids. Pure fiber and muscle. An absolute freak walking anatomy chart that makes people puke and turn away in disgust when they see it. The absolute pinnacle of conditioning and discipline.
  • Favorite Stories
    Tale of muscle growth in a teenager. This was the first story I ever read and it floored me that there were other guys out there who had the same thoughts and desires I did. All of the "Jeff" stories by ShreddedFreaksLover.
  • Favorite Bodybuilders
    Lee Priest, Tom Platz, Markus Rhul, Flex Lewis, Branch Warren, Andreas Münzer, Miha Zupan.
  • Got Any Fetishes?
    Extreme/freaky vascularity and ultra shredded conditioning, military/law enforcement, Under Armour/spandex

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  1. sannong

    How long do/would you spend in the gym?

    I used to train a lot longer when I was younger (2 hours), but after that long you've used all your useful energy and mental focus and plateaued. For the past few years now I've been following John Meadow's training style and kept it much shorter, 45 minutes to an hour maximum. I move faster (1 minute max break between sets unless I'm doing squats or deadlifts) with more intensity. I find it works much better. If I'm cutting and doing cardio I'll do that for 15-20 minutes after I lift (doesn't count in the lifting time).
  2. What the fuck bro!!! You are fucking huge!!!
    25 yo guy here, fascinated by muscle beasts like you.
    This is so fucking amazing! You are literally at least twice my size!!!!!!

  3. sannong

    Sweet Revenge - CHAPTER EIGHT ADDED

    Love it! I love the descriptions of wanting (and being) so massive, so grotesquely developed and freakish that people can't even look at you without puking. The very sight of your inhuman body is beyond comprehension. The descriptions of the size and development of Mitch and Bruce are great too. You can almost see the monsters in front of you. Can't wait for more.
  4. sannong

    Vacuum Pose Training

    Thanks man. Ya, I've watched some of the videos and stuff. I was curious to see if anyone had first hand experience.
  5. sannong

    Vacuum Pose Training

    Hey all, I'm starting to train stomach vacuums everyday to get better ab control and get my waist tighter. I want to be able to pull off a vacuum pose at my next competition (that and just because I think vacuum posses and ab control are hot as hell). I was wondering if anyone has trained these much and what routines worked well for you (reps, hold time, how often)?
  6. sannong

    Jeff: Back freakshow

    Fuckkk! I love your stories! Incredible.
  7. Awesome! There's a few of us on here that pump actually. I have another thread under Personals. I'll merge the two together.
  8. sannong

    Electronic Counter Top Pressure Cookers

    Hm.... I will have to investigate this magical pot. I have a rice cooker and love it, but was unaware there were also these items.
  9. sannong

    Forum for teen bodybuilders

    I get where you're coming form, and as MLMuscle stated, bodybuilding.com does have a teen forum (though like all of Bodybuilding.com's forums, it tends to get off topic very quickly). But as one of our resident big guys, don't be shy! Like Doctor9 said, we were all small once too. I started lifting my senior year of high school at a sopping wet 140 lb at 5'8". I never played any sport and was a band and science geek. Starting off I did lots of stupid shit, lots. I started lifting with two other friends, they lasted about 6 weeks, and then it was just me. I never had a trainer or senior lifter to help guide me along and this was before the internet. All you had were these strange paper things with words printed on them that sat on shelves. Having a seasoned bodybuilder around helping guide me would have been awesome. Take advantage of the resources we have now.
  10. sannong

    Mountain Dog 2.0

    So I'm a bit of a John Meadows fan boy and follow a lot of his training and diet stuff. He released a new training program, Mountain Dog 2.0, that I'm going to try and was just wondering if anyone else had tried it yet. I've done some of his other programs too and had good results. http://www.mountaindogdiet.com/programs/mountain-dog-2-0-gauntlet/
  11. sannong


    As expandingmuscle said, try and stick to real food protein as much as possible. The only time I use shakes are for workout, all other meals are real food. There are multiple kinds of protein powders, but the main whey based ones are concentrate, isolate, and hydolyzed. The difference being how isolated and filtered they are. Concentrate is the most generic and least filtered, then isolate, then hydrolyzed. The price also increases in that order. With a higher grade you're getting more protein per unit weight (and the isolate and hydolyzed contain no lactose if that's an issue for you), but they also digest faster. That can be good or bad. Faster digestion means they are absorbed by your body more quickly, but are also used up more quickly. So if you're training and want fast access to protein, you want a fast digesting version, but if you're supplementing a normal meal, you want a more time released food source, so slower digesting is better (the slowest of which is casein, but that's not a whey based protein). When buying powders try and get the one with the least crap in it. Dextrose, maltodextrin, flavorings, other random crap, they all are just fillers and are often used to beef up a low quality powder. As far as not being able to burn fat, that's not the protein powder, that's just your diet in general. You can't gain mass and strength and loose fat at the same time. Not well at least. If you're gaining excess fat you don't want then that's a fundamental diet change.
  12. sannong


    I've found yoga really helps, along with other crosstraining. I haven't been near as tight since I started doing that. Other than that I always roll out whatever I worked, either with a rumble roller or a lacrosse ball, and take hot baths to relax everything out.
  13. sannong

    Ab cramps

    I've had them too. Make sure your electrolytes are in check (which will in general make you cramp, not just abs), and I find stretching them out between sets (hanging from a bar and pulling down) helps.
  14. sannong

    Teddy Bear - Film

    Agreed. The Thai bodybuilders were quite good too. I liked them all at the dinner.
  15. sannong

    Teddy Bear - Film

    I just stumbled upon this and I didn't know if anyone else had seen it or heard about it. There's a Danish independent film called Teddy Bear that came out in 2012 that stars the Danish bodybuilder Kim Kold. It's about a shy, introverted, 38 year old bodybuilder, who lives with his overbearing mother and desperately wants to find someone to be with (he's straight) so he goes off to Thailand to find a wife. I just watched it on Amazon and it's a good film. Not a comedy, very sad and moving at some points (and yes there are good shots of his muscles), but worth the watch. Especially for us introverted, quiet, lifters. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1729226/