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Scriptboy

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About Scriptboy

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  • Birthday 05/28/1964

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  • Location
    Florida, USA
  • This profile is a...
    fantasy profile.
  • Gender
    Male
  • Orientation
    Bisexual (Male Preference)
  • What are your interests?
    Write muscle growth stories as well as science fiction and superhero, coach tennis, web developer and programmer. I'm also a published author of a novel.
  • What are your stats?
    Short, 5'4", 200 lbs
  • What are you seeking?
    To write and post stories, view art and photos, and to assist members of the forum. Also, I can deliver an EPIC role play, if you can catch me online at the right time.
  • What are your dream stats?
    Tall, 6'4", 300 lbs, muscle
  • Favorite Stories
    I love ALL the stories on this forum!
  • Favorite Bodybuilders
    Arnold! LOL!
  • Got Any Fetishes?
    Transformation stories involving rapid muscle growth, but also growing, shrinking, age change, and more.

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  1. Huge Thank You goes to @saxton for his amazing muscle morph which is my new avatar!

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    1. GlamRockCowboy

      GlamRockCowboy

      He needs to morph that kid up even bigger--and BIGGER--and b-i-g-g-e-r--AND B-I-G-G-E-R!!  😈

  2. Scriptboy

    INFINITY BREAKERS - Part 01

    I'm a HUGE fan of superhero stories and I like where this is going. Alpha has chosen Johnathan for a reason and it seems like Johnathan is in for some big surprises! Being in the presence of a larger-than-life superhero is always a huge dream of any teenage boy, let alone being invited and flown to his home! That is the ultimate thrill ride. I can't wait to see where this goes from here.
  3. I'm mostly an Endomorph (short, chubby with waistline) although I do have some muscle in my legs already, so a little bit of a Mesomorph as well. I'm definitely NOT an Ectomorph.
  4. I was just watching THIS video from the same doctor mention earlier in this thread....
  5. This is a website about Keto. I like it because of the benefits for people with Epilepsy and because it lowers cholesterol and high blood pressure. https://ketodash.com/keto-diet
  6. Wow.... I'm just in AWE of the GREAT advice I'm reading up on in here! You guys are awesome! As a gym noob myself (8 weeks of lifting weights in the gym!) I must say I'm learning a LOT! I'm still learning from some of my dietary mistakes but I have cut down completely on a LOT of things (sweets, soda, junk food). One of my BIG inspirations on Instagram and YouTube, teen bodybuilder Tristyn Lee, swears by the Keto Diet. What do you guys think of that? Let me know!
  7. Scriptboy

    Hope Springs

    A wonderful story! I think we have a fountain like that here in Florida! LOL! Thanks, Cutlerfan!
  8. Scriptboy

    My Bodyguard (Epilogue)

    The story was very enjoyable, RPJ. I love happy endings and this was a fun, romantic "bromance" where two boys, a geek and a big muscle jock, actually end up as half-brothers! This is actually very much the type of story I would be inclined to write (if and when I have MORE time... Unfortunately, I have a "little" forum to run!). Your dialog is absolutely wonderful and I love the way you bring the characters to life. It's impossible NOT to like Nick and Roger in the story. Lastly, I think it's great how both boys end up growing in height and muscle... smashing all kinds of weight and bench records. I kinda expected AT LEAST Nick to get bigger and bigger, but Roger also grew and that was kinda a surprise for me. This is exactly the kind of story that most guys on THIS forum would like to read. Sure, lots of guys would want something darker, more violent, with more action, drama, suspense, etc. But that is not your style. Luckily, there are OTHER authors who can fill that void. They just need to step up to the plate and post their work. After all, writing stories like this is a labor of love (nobody gets PAID for doing this) and all you get back for doing this is praise, feedback and an occasional troll.
  9. Scriptboy

    My Bodyguard (Epilogue)

    OK I'm going to step in here. Nothing gets deleted unless it gets reported for violating the stated Forum General Guidelines. Forum members have the right to state their opinions here. Lastly, this is not a literary forum where people get awards for stories or for writing poetry. This is a forum about muscle growth stories and this story clearly covers this subject. That is the ONLY thing that matters for the readers of THIS forum.
  10. Scriptboy

    My Bodyguard (Part 3)

    FUNNY story! Typical RPJ classic! Muscle growth and romance!
  11. Scriptboy

    My Bodyguard (Part 2)

    I just LOVE the fact that BOTH Nick and Roger are GROWING....
  12. Scriptboy

    My Bodyguard

    Fun story! Exactly what you would come to expect from RPJ. Great dialog and wonderful characters. Impossible not to instantly fall in love with Nick and Roger...
  13. Scriptboy

    Workout With Superman

    I'm a big supporter of giving an original author credit for his work when his stories are re-posted on this forum by somebody else. Since this story was originally posted over 10 years ago, this author may not be a member of our forum anymore. If he is, then we would love to hear from him!
  14. Hi Sora, Well, my point is, I did some careful research before I joined a gym. Luckily, there are plenty of resources online, but I can narrow the list down to three basic things: 1. Online resources (fitness websites, Men's Health, MSN, WebMD, Google, etc. ) 2. References from relatives, friends, co-workers or classmates (if you're in school) 3. Visiting a gym in person and checking out the facility. Ask for a tour before committing to a membership. Visit and walk through the entire weight room and check out the men's locker room. Make sure the facility is clean, the machines are clean and in working condition. Make sure there are paper towel dispensers and trash cans everywhere so people can wipe down machines before and after use. Also, there should be adequate parking and a well-lit parking lot in case you visit late at night or early in the morning. When you're at a gym and checking out the facility, ask about: 1. Membership packages and prices 2. Class schedule and if classes are included in membership 3. Contract and non-contract prices 4. Benefits included in each package 5. Facility hours of operation and availability during holidays, evenings and weekends 6. Annual membership fees 7. Availability of trainer/instructor 8. Policy about bringing a guest to the gym This will help you get to the gym and you should know what questions to ask. Once you decide on joining, hopefully you'll be all set and have a new gym to call "home"! -Scriptboy
  15. While carrying around about 30-40 pounds of excess weight, my doctor had instructed me to increase my exercise level and to do more to lose weight. Not only would I need to watch my diet more closely, but I had to do some sort of physical exercise, for 30 minutes a day. An online buddy of mine got me motivated by hooking me up with a few muscle guys on instagram, where I started following a few older guys, younger guys and even a few teens who posted videos and pictures of their workouts. I studied and watched all of them, reading all their comments and taking note of their exercise routines. Some of these guys on instagram even had YouTube channels with videos where they explained in great detail how often they lifted, how much, and which exercises they did. I started reading articles on WebMD and MSN in the fitness and nutrition sections about exercise and weight loss and about diet plans, saving, printing and copying things which seemed relevant to me. Then, when the time seemed right, I asked around at work who worked out at a local gym and who which gym had classes and instructors available where these classes were included in the gym membership. One of my co-workers was a member of Planet Fitness and she told me how much she liked it there. I looked it up online and I found one location which was about one mile, or less than four minutes' driving from my house, which was open 24 hours, 7 days per week. I went to this gym location on a Saturday evening, after dinner, and I just casually walked in and I introduced myself to the young man at the front counter. I told him that I was looking to join a gym and that I heard about this place from a co-worker. He gave me a short tour of the facility and he handed me a few flyers with all the benefits and their pricing structure, including their memberships and all the benefits included in the different packages. They had contract and non-contract packages, they listed what the annual membership fee was, and what all was included in each package. They also gave me a class schedule and the name of their instructor. I went home and I signed up online on the website. I filled in all my banking information and I got my ID number. I printed out my receipt and I returned with my printout the next day, where I was given a plastic key tag with a bar code on it. I scan this bar code every time I walk into the gym before my workout. I have been going there now for one month and I must say it has been a great, welcoming experience. I took one orientation class with an instructor, who got me started on a program of Monday-Wednesday-Friday doing machines and Tuesday-Thursday doing cardio for about 45 minutes every day. I go to the gym every workday at 5:30 in the morning, before work. I love it! Good luck to you and I hope you find your way to a gym so you can get in shape and overcome any fears and anxieties you might have about being in a gym. I had them too but I managed to get over them. Everybody in my gym is friendly and my gym is big, clean and very welcoming. Hope you make it in there and start working out soon! --Scriptboy
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