I bet you haven't wondered too much about it, but it may not be too late: http://www.imminst.org ; http://www.sens.org/, http://www.manhattanbeachproject.com/ ; http://fightaging.org/. Explore, spread the word, participate. OR - at least some video education: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8iYpxRXlboQ
Big difference between seeing Dex and the video of Branch training form wise.
I love dexter (no homo)
Does anyone know what he does for a living-if anything, besides Bodybuilding?
Father beats me with my own shoe crew
Father tells me im a failure on daily basis crew
Father doesn't allow me to leave the house crew
Father drinks to much and attacks me every night crew
Father thinks i am the devil in disguise crew
Father tells me to hide when visitors come crew
Father makes me bring him the mail in my mouth like a dog crew
I hate father crew
I am going to kill father crew
Dex looking pretty strong for 18 days out. All covered up too. Maybe hiding some ultra-diced cuts??? Would be stoked if Dex came in 100% on for the AC, just to mix things up that little bit more...
''There’s this battle over waterboarding at places like Guantanamo Bay. I think that they should just say, “Hey, if you guys don’t talk, you have to see Hercules In New York.” I guarantee those guys would talk much faster. You don’t need to do waterboarding or anything else. That’s the ultimate threat.''
New training log.....http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=154022781&p=1081442561&posted=1#post1081442561
He does very well. He's been very good with his money. He's also won the AC before and that pays pretty damn well lol.
When I first saw him, it was right before he won the AC in 2006. He did a promo at a Vitamin Shoppe near my gym. Afterwards, he came to my gym to workout. I actually worked out with him and spotted him on a few exercises. He's got a reputation of being really short with people. Seemed pretty cool to us. He has very good form and works out very meticulously.
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