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some german bulking pics

#1 Postby roid_rage » Sun Oct 30, 2005 4:59 pm

I made some pics today after i finished my workout....
So here they are...

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I became really fat :shock: you cant even see a 2 pack...
After winter I´ll start defining... But till then I just eat eat eat... and becoming fatter...
I think my breast and biceps are okay... My worst parts are my abs, triceps and legs....
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#2 Postby jonathan » Sun Oct 30, 2005 5:31 pm

good pictures!

your arms are huge! as is the rest of you - if you keep the bulking up all winter you should be massive by spring :D

how tall are you btw? im guessing by your bodyshape 1.70-1.80m?

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#3 Postby roid_rage » Mon Oct 31, 2005 4:50 pm

jonathan wrote:good pictures!

your arms are huge! as is the rest of you - if you keep the bulking up all winter you should be massive by spring :D

how tall are you btw? im guessing by your bodyshape 1.70-1.80m?

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thanx man!
yep, you are good in guessing peoples size! i`m 1,79 m
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#4 Postby CollegeB » Mon Oct 31, 2005 6:04 pm

Awesome arms.

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#5 Postby robert » Mon Oct 31, 2005 9:59 pm

I think you look awesome!

I look forward to putting on a bunch of mass this winter. Your arms look great and your chest, and from what I can tell, your back looks pretty awesome too.

Thanks for sharing the photos with us, I'm always super pumped when I see more and more Vegan Bodybuilders. Of course I think all vegan athletes are great, from all sports, but since Bodybuilding is my sport I get extra excited to see new vegan bodybuilders!

Do you plan to compete anytime next year?

Great work and keep us posted on your progress.

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#6 Postby Hero » Mon Oct 31, 2005 10:18 pm

big guy!

man oh man im gonna have to keep on bulking to keep up with you big guys. hehe :wink: :D

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Re: some german bulking pics

#7 Postby Daywalker » Tue Nov 01, 2005 5:02 am

Good pictures, thank you!

Good job so far, how long did it take you to become this big?
You must be pretty strong. 8)


roid_rage wrote:I think my breast and biceps are okay... My worst parts are my abs, triceps and legs....

It's always good to know your weaknesses and target them more ;)
I agree that your legs need more focus, but your triceps is balanced to the rest i think, and the abs are only invisible at the moment. Overall, you have a good symmetry, no major weaknesses. Keep it up!
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#8 Postby michaelhobson » Tue Nov 01, 2005 10:55 am

Looking good Rage!

Must everyone have bigger lats than me? Speaking of weak spots, I know what I need to work on!

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#9 Postby roid_rage » Tue Nov 01, 2005 3:23 pm

yo, thank you so much guys!

@ robert:Thank you also ;) no, I actually never thought about competing... I think it will take 2 or 3 years of work until I could be ready for the stage..

@ daywalker: I started now also with squats und deadlifts... I usually only did legpress and leg curls, because I wanted to save my knees....

So, I´ll more focus my abs and legs and get you informed about my results
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#10 Postby Bigbwii » Tue Nov 01, 2005 3:33 pm

Great work! keep it up! :wink:
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#11 Postby Daywalker » Tue Nov 01, 2005 3:37 pm

roid_rage wrote:no, I actually never thought about competing... I think it will take 2 or 3 years of work until I could be ready for the stage

Nah, not if you have me as a coach ;) 8)
Bulking takes the longest time, the pre-contest diet is about 3 months, depending on how much you have to lose ;)
You look great already. If you're interested, we could get you on stage next year. That leaves you ~8 months of bulking ;)
Experience on stage is an important thing, get it as soon as possible.
How old are you? How heavy at the moment? There are various classes, we'll find the right one for you ;)

@ daywalker: I started now also with squats und deadlifts... I usually only did legpress and leg curls, because I wanted to save my knees....

I have serious knee problems and therefore the ONLY exercise i can do is squats ;)
Squats are, properly done, really the safest exercise for your knees. Leg press and leg extensions are far more dangerous.
No one said it would be easy.

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#12 Postby roid_rage » Tue Nov 01, 2005 4:19 pm

Daywalker wrote:
roid_rage wrote:no, I actually never thought about competing... I think it will take 2 or 3 years of work until I could be ready for the stage

Nah, not if you have me as a coach ;) 8)
Bulking takes the longest time, the pre-contest diet is about 3 months, depending on how much you have to lose ;)
You look great already. If you're interested, we could get you on stage next year. That leaves you ~8 months of bulking ;)
Experience on stage is an important thing, get it as soon as possible.
How old are you? How heavy at the moment? There are various classes, we'll find the right one for you ;)

@ daywalker: I started now also with squats und deadlifts... I usually only did legpress and leg curls, because I wanted to save my knees....

I have serious knee problems and therefore the ONLY exercise i can do is squats ;)
Squats are, properly done, really the safest exercise for your knees. Leg press and leg extensions are far more dangerous.


haha, yo mean taht seriously? I think it would be a great experience but i dont think i´m developed enough for it.... :? ah, you asked how long i pumped for the mass... I´m doing bodybuilding seriously for 1 1/2 years now... with a 3 month injury break... when i began with pumpin i was at 78 kg, now i´m at 90 kg with 178 cm...
I´m 20 years old now.
hmmh, okay, at the bench press i usually press far more than 300 kg, by doing squats i usually only press about 90 kg
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#13 Postby Daywalker » Tue Nov 01, 2005 4:36 pm

roid_rage wrote:haha, yo mean taht seriously? I think it would be a great experience but i dont think i´m developed enough for it.... :? ah, you asked how long i pumped for the mass... I´m doing bodybuilding seriously for 1 1/2 years now... with a 3 month injury break... when i began with pumpin i was at 78 kg, now i´m at 90 kg with 178 cm...
I´m 20 years old now.

Of course i'm serious.
At the IFBB, you can compete in the Junior class before your 21st birthday. In the GNBF i think it's before your 22nd, that leaves plenty of time!
I had four competitions before i turned 21, and i started lifting seriously only two years earlier. In the Juniors class, they're all the same age, they won't be working out much longer than you.

hmmh, okay, at the bench press i usually press far more than 300 kg, by doing squats i usually only press about 90 kg

:shock:
No one said it would be easy.

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#14 Postby jonathan » Wed Nov 02, 2005 3:42 am

typo?.....either way, you must be into three figures for the bench so nice work!

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#15 Postby nobbi » Wed Nov 02, 2005 5:00 am

roid_rage wrote:hmmh, okay, at the bench press i usually press far more than 300 kg, by doing squats i usually only press about 90 kg


Is this a typing mistake ????? FAR MORE THAN 300 KG? :shock: I stuck at 75kg at the moment. And squat 75 kg, too. I am 176cm and 72 kgs.


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