Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by timberwolf, Feb 22, 2005.
2+3+4, plus loose some chub
I picked 3 but it's more between 3 and 4, I want to be as strong as possible but I want to look good as well.
mix between 3 and 4, I wanna be huge and strong. Goal for right now is about 250 @ 8-9%
I've been going for a mix of #2 and #4 for years now but lately I've been leaning towards #3 and since I'm actually cutting right now thats what I put.
My only real goal is to still be doing this in 10 years. I would like to be in the 52" chest 19-20" arm range consistantly @ sub 15%. Other than that, I really don't give two shits. And since I'm almost to that point it's practically maintaining.
I orginally started to lose weight and generally get healthy. I still have a bunch of fat I want to lose, but for now my goal is to hit 1100 on the big 3. Then I'll get back to cutting, and maybe after that some hypertrophy aimed lifting
Where's the "not be a 90lb weakling anymore" option?
Is this a realistic goal?
To look like you
My question for you timber is, what is YOUR goal? In my eyes, you have achieved perfection, but I am sure you don't think so.
I voted for 3, but for me strength is a by product of wanting to be bigger. In the real world i have no need for a 500lb bench press, but i'll never get the size i want without increasing in strength as well. It's going to sound weird to alot of people in here, but I don't give two shits how much weight I can lift, to me it's a means to an end.
ya if you like being little
Bigger than i am right now....i try to make small little goals..and then work my way up to....
#5 - to look like timber
I'm in the car headed your way with a big fucking old rotary telephone.
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a balance between size & strength.
not a lot of size though, i can't see myself ever having more than 16" arms.
Sand in the face people, holla.
#3 would be the most accurate with Zane or Nubret in mind.
thanks that makes me feel much better! I think my arms have grown a little too big though, higher reps will make them more toned right?
What you need to do is bench press and curls, and 1000 crunches a day and you'll have a six pack in no time.