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About rowdymike

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    If there's anyone out there who can help, I seem to be completely incapable of registering my nickname. Nothing I'm doing seems to be working. This is what I get! [16:11:03] <rowdymike> REGISTER ***password*** ***email*** [16:11:03] -NickServ- To register on this network visit https://muscle-growth.org
  2. Hey guys, I'm hoping to crowd source some advice. I am trying to figure out a way to keep my motivation up when I stop lifting with the trainer in the next couple weeks. I want something a bit social that will give me a set time and proscribed workout in a group setting at least a couple times a week. I've found that when I have some structure like that, I stay motivated to go to the gym and do the heavy lifting (for me) on my own. I've looked into CrossFit, but I get concerned about their willingness to sacrifice form just to get more reps in, as well as doing exercises that don't necessarily add to my fitness goals but open me up for risk of injury (clean-and-jerk). I've also looked into some of the "boot camp" type stuff, but I have bad knees, and my ortho doesn't want me to run consistently. Any other thoughts? Thanks Mike
  3. Start with mine http://rowdymike.tumblr.com And then click over to the ones I link too.
  4. For me I want a guy to be 2x my weight and 1 foot or more taller. So somewhere in the 6'7" 310-320 range. I'm more into huge athletic builds than body builders so think JJ Watt or Jamie Cudmore but just a touch bigger. Shaq was a machine at 7'1" and 315! Love the WSM guys too. Terry Hollands! Ideally the guy would be big, athletic, and skilled at using his superior strength and size to get his way.
  5. There are tons of them out there. Literally tons. Many of them want to exchange intelligence for strength. Not sure how effective they are, considering they aren't tailored for a particular man's desires/goals.
  6. Once had a trainer tell me that there's no earthly reason why someone who isn't a pro athlete should do a clean-and-jerk. Course, my first (and only) crossift class, that's what we spent all our time on.
  7. I just gotta say. This forum is WAY more feature-friendly. Much easier to use, easier to find stuff, easier to see what you have read and not read. I am very impressed. Thanks for your hard work.