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About Vinny190

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  • This profile is a...
    real profile.
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  • What are your interests?
  • What are your stats?
    5'7; 196; 15%BF
    Natty - unfortunately.
  • What are you seeking?
    Friendship only. Though clearly narcissistic, I'm not into skype or similar messaging apps. Quite happy to talk on here and answer questions though.
  • What are your dream stats?
  • Favorite Bodybuilders
    Lee Priest - In his early 20's his physique was phenomenal.
    Shawn Ray - Aesthetic as fuck.
    Peter Molnar - Crazy genetics.
    David Dahan - Frenchie with great mass, before his steroids bust but making a come back.
    Mohammed Alzahmi - Superb mass and aesthetics.
    Lloyd Herford - Solid build.
    And plenty more...

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  1. Lucky bastard!
  2. Thanks for the follow mate.

  3. Thanks for the follow mate.

  4. Bollocks. Hotel gym only has a multi gym. I can feel the atrophy already kicking in.

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    2. dredlifter


      Gotta love hotel "fitness centers."<_<

      I've almost given up on  trying to lift when I travel.  Unless you stay at 4 or 5 star hotel you're usually screwed.

    3. Vinny190


      Last two weeks were great but this one's going to be a struggle.

    4. Mdlftr


      Try a combination of body weight and machine exercises if you can.

      Otherwise, try single arm or leg reps on the machines - sloowwwlly stretching out the reps to increase the intensity.

      At least a machine is better than a broken bicycle and a treadmill - that was one of my more recent hotel "gym" experiences......

  5. Wouldn't say it's a main reason, but hell, if it's a byproduct then so be it!
  6. Thanks for the follow mate.

  7. Thanks for the follow mate.

    1. richard18


      no problem


  8. I think he's had something done. His gyno used to be a lot more apparent. In any event his physique is fucking phenomenal!
  9. Thanks for the follow.

  10. Thanks for the follow mate.

    1. Wolf9


      My pleasure. Love your guns! 💪

  11. Thanks for the follow mate.

    1. MusclefanUK


      No problem stud!

  12. Nice job on the working out.  Going for a bodybuilding show?

    1. Vinny190


      No way. I'm purely recreational. 

    2. mystery7


      Doing good still.  Wish I was that size.

  13. I hear you mate. I've had PTSD for over 20 years due to work. I managed to suppress it for many years but it reared its head again after another few similar bad experiences at work. Believe me, things got bad - real bad. I've had continued, and unwavering, support from my wife but the gym was always my sanctuary. There were periods where I couldn't face going to the gym and with all the other mindfuck thoughts going around my head I had similar feelings that you have now. Bottom line is I knew I had to get back in the saddle. I couldn't, and wouldn't, lose this part of my life - it's a big factor in maintaining the limited sanity I have left. I know it's not easy but once you get over that initial anxiety, and you will, the feel of the iron, the pump and the endorphins going batshit crazy will kick start your training again. And don't forget, muscle memory is pure fucking magic. It's amazing how quickly the size comes back. Good luck mate, if you want to message privately you know where I am.
  14. ^^ You win, that's funny.
  15. Pure ego lifting arm session. Thought the fuckers were going to explode.