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> A look into a pro bodybuilder's life..., Bob Cicherillo
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post Feb 24 2006, 11:19 PM
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I powerlift and this video if from the bodybuilding.com website. Every week there will be a new video of
pro bodybuilder Bob Cicherillo during his preperation for a contest. He is cutting/getting leaner every week.
There is like 8 more weeks of leaning out b4 his competition. It's a good video. Check it out guys smile.gif

It says this week's show, and it shows pictures and stuff for what video you want to see. Choose any of them.

http://bodybuilding.com/fun/fitshow.htm

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post Feb 27 2006, 06:30 PM
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Why do you like Body Building? And please post a picture of your muscles i want to see if they beat my ones.


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post Feb 27 2006, 06:48 PM
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Body building sucks.
I dont mind keeping fit and strong, but building yourself into a beefy cunt is just sad tbh...

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post Feb 27 2006, 06:51 PM
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Ermm, no it's not, I like keeping myself in shape, and have a nice body (not like those wrestling mosters though), but there is no problem in body building... I haven't checked that video (not really interested), but some of my firends have used videos like that to learn on how to gain muscle fast.


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post Feb 27 2006, 09:33 PM
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haha you guys are funny. Btw like I said I'm not a bodybuilder, Im a powerlifter, lift to get strong.
I guess no one wanted to see the vids, meh. Here's a link of the bench press world record holder, scott mendelson. The wr bench is 1008 lbs and he holds it, got it like a week ago at the ironman. He also has the raw bench press world record - 733 lbs. Raw mean no lifting equipment at all. The 733 raw lift is in this bottom link, the 1008 isnt on the site yet. Hasn't been updated yet. Just to let you all know, most average guys can't bench press anywhere near that. 170-180 lbs max bench would probably be an average fully grown man weighing about that amount, 200 lbs maybe. Here's the link, for amusement guys, if nothing else smile.gif

http://www.scotmendelson.net/video.html


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post Feb 27 2006, 09:44 PM
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well what benifit does body building really do?
Apart from let you be able lift up large and heavy objects?

I'd rather not have like a bad back when im old because of all the heavy lifting. And then being covered in unhealthy amounts of saggy muscle when im about 70, if i live that long.

I like to keep myself fit, and keep my endurence up, and eat healthy.
But I dont really want to make myself really big like that, as i dont see any real benifits from it.

If i was fat, or a large sized person, then maybe i'd prefer to be like that then covered in fat, but as im just an avaerage sized person it doesnt appeal to me.

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post Feb 27 2006, 10:02 PM
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I bodybuild to kick some ass, pure and simple.


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post Feb 27 2006, 11:31 PM
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Bruce Lee used to "kick ass" he had less meat on him then a daddy long legs tongue.gif


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QUOTE(Achilles @ Feb 27 2006, 05:40 PM) [snapback]1106285[/snapback]

I bodybuild to kick some ass, pure and simple.


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post Feb 28 2006, 05:41 AM
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QUOTE(DuPzr @ Feb 27 2006, 08:26 PM) [snapback]1106111[/snapback]

Body building sucks.
I dont mind keeping fit and strong, but building yourself into a beefy cunt is just sad tbh...


I dare you to go into a gym or a body building event and say that.
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post Feb 28 2006, 01:17 PM
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I would go and say that if i could even be botherd to goto an event. They're just over pumped bodies. The only thing i find good to watch is the strongest man competitions. but to be that big isnt my cup of tea. I have a right to an opinion anyway.


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post Feb 28 2006, 10:17 PM
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Well, I think it is better for people to be all around good like a soldier or an athlete's body.

Body building is ok, but it is harder to move certain ways, or do certain things, and it's really not that special.

I mean, it's a great accomplishment, but other than competitions, and lifting, and look at the moment, there is no other benefits.

Older age will be worse, and there is no proof being stronger makes you a better fighter.


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post Mar 2 2006, 01:16 AM
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QUOTE(Militant Bain @ Feb 28 2006, 11:55 PM) [snapback]1107095[/snapback]

Well, I think it is better for people to be all around good like a soldier or an athlete's body.

Body building is ok, but it is harder to move certain ways, or do certain things, and it's really not that special.

I mean, it's a great accomplishment, but other than competitions, and lifting, and look at the moment, there is no other benefits.

Older age will be worse, and there is no proof being stronger makes you a better fighter.


Oh really? I've seen Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman at 300 lbs of rip, do the splits. I've seen huge bodybuilders do back flips. I saw Kevin Levrone almost run as fast as a top runner - Dwain Chambers.
There are also 60 year old powerlifters that lifted their whole lives and are perfectly healthy.

The race pics, saw the vid but dont have a link to it -

http://forum.bodybuilding.com/photo/showph...oto=46320&cat=2

splits -

http://forum.bodybuilding.com/photo/showph...00&ppuser=43497

there were better splits, but I couldnt find the pick, or the back flip 1. Being stronger does make you a better fighter. Though it's not the main thing. Bruce Lee lifted weights btw... most fighters lift weights. Just not as heavy usually because they need more speed and endurance. Mike Tyson lifted kinda heavy, Matt Hughes does too, a lot do. The strongest fighter can still get beaten, no doubt there.


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post Mar 2 2006, 01:42 AM
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There is a difference between people who lift weights and people who bodybuild. People who lift weights do it for practical reasons, and do not sacrifice their body for some pointless competition. It is never good to starve your body of water just so the veins in your body will show, and it's never good to tear your muscle on purpose just so it grows back faster. So in ending their is no real point to body-building, when all you need to do is stay in shape is eat healthy and work out moderatly.


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post Mar 11 2006, 12:44 PM
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yea thats sick dude (if your not a girl)


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post Mar 16 2006, 03:29 PM
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Gaining muscle fast is worthless, yes you get pumped up, but your strenght hardly improves and you become slow. You need to gain it slowly. I gained 4 kilo of muscle, just because of my work. I don't look strong and I don't want to look strong. Do marines look strong? No, but they're strong and fast, deadly combination.


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