Type of training

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  1. brolli

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    Generally, what is the most common type of training done in this forum? From what I see it seems like everyone is more concerend about the asthetic features of lifting (i.e. bodybuilding) rather than training to get stronger via a powerlifting approach.
     
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    eat big lift big training
     
  3. Jeg1983

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    obviously you are not looking very hard then

    there are more competative powerlifters on this board than there are competative bbers
     
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    PurEvl going out gassed and not half assed...

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    theres one competing BB'er surrounded by many powerlifters, although the BB'er is stronger mauahahahahah
     
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    :hahano:

    give me time
     
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    Ceaze https://hearthis.at/DoYouEvenUplift Moderator

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    i can't think of many powerlifters on here
     
  7. Jeg1983

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    there's like 5 or so here
     
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    who has competed?
     
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    The type of training that will help an ugly man bang hot bitches.
     
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    Chris, me, grouch, there is like more that post here not so often
     
  11. PurEvl

    PurEvl going out gassed and not half assed...

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    i know your coming along rather quickly while im falling apart :rofl:
     
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    yeah but those are only 2 categories, what about the average joes that just wanna look good. I guess that would be under BBer category but not at a 'competative' level - but in that case,that type of training is the most popular.
     
  13. devilangel

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    i train for everything.. i first started out with traditional weight lifiting. just pure weights and nothing else, not even cardio, no warm up, no cool down, no stretching, not paying attention to my diet, etc, etc.
    i was super fit (6 pack) still but that was because i was young! hhhahaa you can get away with anything and still can be fit as hell when you are young..

    but things have changed and so as my body.. metabolism has slown down, started to see other importance of being fit and healthy rather than just for the looks.

    i do cardio: jogging, walking, swimming, dancing, lifefitness, precore, biking, hiking, kickboxing, anything and everything, the more selection i have the better its gonna be..
    i do stretching exercises for flexibility.
    i do tons of functional training, balance and stability, core conditioning and strengthening, and of course, free weights.. i don't like the machines and i rarely use them.. but they are good of course if you are a beginner.
     
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