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About anonymister

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    100+ Posts


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    Washington DC
  • This profile is a...
    real profile.
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  • What are your interests?
    Bodybuilding, basketball, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, nutrition, anime, video games.
  • What are your stats?
    33 waist
    230 lbs
    ~10% BF
  • What are you seeking?
    Friends, chat, role play
  • What are your dream stats?
    My realistic long-term goal is to compete at a lean 210lbs. That'd put me at around 230lbs of pure awesomeness in the off-season!

    As for a dream goal, why don't you just message me and find out ;)
  • Favorite Bodybuilders
    Joel Stubbs, Aaron Reed, Morgan Aste, Martyn Ford, Bob Paris, Ronnie Coleman
  • Got Any Fetishes?
    Ha! That's a good one.

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  1. There's a huge difference between what I'm wearing and what I ought to be wearing. What I'm wearing these days are tanktops and shorts that range between one and two sizes too small. What I ought to be wearing are roomier clothing articles that won't have me constantly adjusting myself between sets!
  2. anonymister

    Bigger glutes

    Squats. Lots of them. And jumping exercises for explosive strength. I've met many people complaining about how they were unable to build up their glutes despite consistently doing barbell squats two or three times a week. It turns out that in most cases they were not recruiting the glutes properly during the lift. Form is very important.
  3. Hack Squats are GREAT for quads!
  4. You'll hear wide range of protein requirements wherever you look. There are a lot of different variables at play such as age, body composition, physical activity level, and goals. What I generally try to shoot for, and I am no sports medicine doctor, is 1.2g per lb minimum. I currently weigh 235lbs so that's about 280g of protein per day. As I'm bulking I'm not too worried about eating too much protein as I welcome the additional calories
  5. I find consistent flexing to be beneficial to my physique and don't see how it wouldn't be positively affecting my muscle development. If you're flexing hard enough it's a great workout! Can easily pump myself up and break a sweat.
  6. Hey there and welcome aboard the gain train! Don't YMCAs have trainers? Since it's in such a convenient location for you I'd start there. And since you're a newbie to weighlifting I wouldn't think you'd need a specialist from a boutique club or anything like that to teach you the basics.
  7. I'm so excited to hear that you're considering competing bud! IMO I think your bf % is low enough to warrant a bulk. I'd give special attention to building up the chests and lats. I think you have some great arms! You can certainly manage to fit junkfood into your diet. You just have to plan/schedule it in advance. For example, Saturday afternoons are typically reserved for pizza
  8. Hey bud welcome aboard. I'm glad you have a friend who's willing to help you. Are you able to hire a personal trainer? That's my recommendation for anybody who's completely new to the gym.
  9. Great post! Thanks for letting us in your head a little. #swolelife
  10. With all the bulking and cutting I do I end up doing this pretty often. Sometimes I go on splurges and drop a couple hundred bucks on workout attire. Really gets me pumped up!
  11. Hey dude what's up

  12. Crunches suck. Go for the feel, not the reps. Planks are wonderful and so is anything that involves hanging from a bar. But really, if you're doing your primary lifts with good form (deads, squats, pullups, etc) you'll be working the abs well enough imo. Also, what musclelad2 says is true. Abs are made in the kitchen!
  13. I can't remember the last time I had breakfast. It must've been months. I only eat one meal a day really. I say eat however makes you feel best. Everyone's body is different and will respond differently.
  14. anonymister

    Ab cramps

    I know exactly what you're talking about. The first time I got one (at 18) I sent myself to the ER because I thought I had a hernia haha. Tends to only happen if I train abs less than two times a week. Gotta stay hydrated and make sure my electrolytes are okay too. Other than that, I stretch it out then I'm fine.
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