:shock: What a [b]great
physique! now my problem is that I expect to workout and automatically end up like that!
life is so cruel
[/b] Yeah I played Rugby league which is a little bit more rougher than union GB gets by with determination but lacks real brawn and speed! I think it's becauce of the sunny climate the Aussies and NZ'ders have. I think my favourite bodybuilder was Mike Mentzer but I was never much into body building! Hey I meant to ask you....what gains did you make with HST? and what did you like about it?
as for me I love it, I really enjoy the 15's I've never really done them before.
Don't we all
Mike Mentzer was really great! He was the pro at Posing correct? Then he got in a wheelchair?
As for HST, I got a bit bigger, especially my chest. A lot of strength gains though because I didn't exactly follow HST to the teeth. I personally like the 5s because then I can use a good deal of strength compared to the 15s. I just started my cycle again this week, so I am on the 15s.
I always wished I was from the south so I could get full body Moari tattoo's Rolling Eyes , I once played rugby with a guy that had his whole leg tattoo'd I think he was a Moari or from Fiji. Smile
One thing, if you ever do get a tattoo, is actually know the meaning. Never copy someone elses design, it is so disrespectful. The tattoos mean a lot for the Maoris as the Ta Moko (which is on the face) describes their heritage, and everything about them. More than likely the best thing to do is to do it the correct way and get permission from an elder or something like that.
This is why I get really pissed when I see some average joe getting one, and no offense, it's mainly white guys. In todays world, everything is for show and theres really no spirit behind it as it's supposed to be.
So my advice would be, if you are still looking to get one, is to get a decent knowledge of the tattoos (even though they are limited) before even thinking of getting one. For Polynesians, tattoos hit the heart. For Maoris, theres no exception
I am planning on getting a few polynesian tats on my body, to represent my heritage, but at the same time it is hard to find people that actually know what they are doing and know the meaning behind it. Most of the people that do that I have seen are located in New Zealand or Australia.
If you plan on getting one, good luck!