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Introduce yourself. Tell us about your training history, how long you've been vegan, share some of your goals and some of your interests.

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hi all

#1 Postby muhaha » Fri Dec 23, 2005 1:05 am

well, i was told to introduce myself ,so i guess i'll do that=|

name's muhaha, that's all you need to know,
been vegan since i was 3 or 4, now i'm 18,

recently i found out that i take pride in my belief,
domestication of animals causes problems=bse, avian flu, whatnot

plus the fact that i want people to know that muscles do grow from vegan diets and shut them all up whoever said that you can't live without meat,
well it just causes global warming hahaha

that's why i started training like crazy
and i hope i'll achieve the perfect body in 5 years

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#2 Postby jonathan » Fri Dec 23, 2005 6:59 am

welcome muhaha! i hope that you enjoy the board and achieve your goal of attaining super body status in not too long :D

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#3 Postby SeaSiren » Fri Dec 23, 2005 10:13 am

Welcome! :)

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#4 Postby Richard » Fri Dec 23, 2005 10:15 am

Welcome, you can achieve loads in 5 years, I'd say you can achieve pretty good results within a year with consistency, noticeable changes within a month

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#5 Postby michaelhobson » Fri Dec 23, 2005 11:12 am

Richard wrote:Welcome, you can achieve loads in 5 years, I'd say you can achieve pretty good results within a year with consistency, noticeable changes within a month


Yeah, what Richard said. And, welcome to the board. 8)

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#6 Postby Crash » Fri Dec 23, 2005 2:38 pm

Welcome. :)
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#7 Postby muhaha » Fri Dec 23, 2005 3:19 pm

usually what i do is that i soak the beans first to get rid of the acidity so it's alkaline and therefore better for the system---does that deprive the beans of it's proteins?----plus i heard i shouldn't eat too much of it, i could get gout---you guys eat it everyday what do you think?

generally what i heard is that stuff high in protein has high volumes of purine which lodges in the joints as crystals and causes gout, but since i'm working out, does that have any effect on me?

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#8 Postby robert » Sat Dec 24, 2005 3:08 pm

Welcome Muhaha,

Great to have you here. I first got serious about bodybuilding around the same age. I was 19 when I took weight lifting more seriously and in 2000 starting bodybuilding.

You can achieve a lot in a short time. You should see my body transformation article. In 12 weeks I added 19 pounds and 16 lbs were in the first 6 weeks and then I was low on money for food and probably could have even been bigger :)

I'll find the link for you.

http://www.veganbodybuilding.com/article/121

Best of luck and welcome!

-Robert

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#9 Postby Jay » Sat Dec 24, 2005 9:59 pm

I've never heard that about beans. Never heard they should be soaked to get rid of acidity. I have heard soaking them gets rid of the undigestible stuff thus getting rid of gas when you eat them. I doubt it would affect the protein. Don't know much about gout except I've never heard of it being a problem for a vegan. Generally eating lots of meat is a problem that I've heard.

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Re: hi all

#10 Postby CrispyQ » Sun Dec 25, 2005 12:12 pm

Welcome, muhaha! Just wondering if your parents are vegan since you started the journey at such a young age.

You'll find lots of good advice/suggestions here to help you acheive your goals!
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#11 Postby neil » Wed Dec 28, 2005 11:04 am

wow, i wish i grew up vegan! welcome to the board. and, i agree about the meat-eating links to global warming, and many other problems for that matter.
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