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Been thinking it over for a while huh?VVVVVVVV
09-15-2012 10:46 PM
Thread: Bulk, Cut or Stay the Same?
This guy says it pretty well^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Training basics will never change. However the details of training a 60 year old body will probably be a little different than a 30 year old body...
49 years ago today I was in my second week at Benning trying to extract my head from my rectum.
Thanks for the reminder Wayne.
I don't nit-pick it. I try to get at least 1gr per pound of lbm.
A few grams either way doesn't seem to make a difference.
Extra protein is just cals in my case. Unless I'm prepping
Repped for cool screen name.
Can't do any push work? That's depressing. Got no advice here. Good luck.
The best to you George. Heal fast.
It takes balls to come out like Bruce did.
Straight shot of wisdom right there^^^^^^^^^^.
My take is that the isometric hold a muscle performs (stabilizer) is
only an issue if there is a loss of form/tightness during the rep. Would
you consider a "tight core" during a bench press any...
Just curious OP, what is a stabilizer muscle?
Hang tuff Steve. Ain't the same 'round here without ya.
Nice work Dave. Looking good buddy.
Your relative youth shouldn't hold you back.
Go get 'em Jack. This site is full of entry level programs. Search them out.
Every time my head gets a little too big, I pop in here and learn a few things.
You are a great role model Bill, for trainees of any age. Plus the food is good.
Maybe just eat less. I dunno...................
I got him for ya Doc, monkey is easy to rep.
Agree with karl, great post Gringo.
Go get 'em flipperman.
Happy Birthday Charlie. Good to see you still pickin' 'em up, and puttin' 'em down.