Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by rebel, Jun 23, 2006.
Overhead a PT telling that to someone today in the gym. Any truth to this?
BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS...for noobs anyway...sure you cant always gain that much the more advanced you get...but thats what test/gh is for
/him and then /yourself for posting this thread.
myth but like pur said, if you're putting on 10lbs of muscle per year after your first year, you're doing ok.
I've gained 72 lbs. in a little under a year. bulking is almost over, pics in 3 weeks.
I'm 20 years old.
I was 6'4'' 168 lbs. fucking pole
now I'm 6'5'' 240 lbs.
yeahhhh brah he should know like your ppar alpha ghrelin levels get all out of whack when the body's hypertrophic cannibalistic missles fire, thus inihibiting tsh/t3/t4 rise of the machines, and also causing a negative seratonin metabloite 5htp to form and cause catabolic arrest to inidividuals experiencing upper dorsimus pain from TUT training and not maximizing post workout GH levels by a 55/30/15 sugar/starch/chlorofluorocarbon mix
anything that applies such a specific amount to everybody is gonna be false 99.9% of the time.
do you attribute the gained inch to acutal growth or more because of posture being fixed by having a stronger back? Since I got back into working out I've gained like 1/2 an inch because my posture is a lot better.
No kidding? Wow.
i think his spine grew again even tho ive heard males can grow up to age like 25
I've heard that too... but I think it's rare for men to grow past 17 or 18. That's just from my observation though.