" Hey bro have you heard of that natural graham guy, I'm gonna be that size in two years tops. I was reading Muscle Fitness and Jay Cutler was endorsing a product that he says will get me huge in no time."
I believe it's safe to say at some point we all shared a similar ideology to our future muscle gains.
Stage 2: Denial
" I was reading an internet forum and they said I can only gain twenty pounds as a natty body builder a year and that natural graham really isn't natty. That's all bull****, they are just neckbeards who don't work hard enough.
Stage 3: Acceptance
" It's been three years and I've only gained thirty pounds of muscle, I look no where near these phaggots on the internet. Misc what am I doing wrong?"
Obviously we all have a natty limit, for some that is way beyond what others can achieve. I realized today while watching phaggots lifting in the gym that soon their false beliefs of gainz will come to an end and they will realize they must make a choice.
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05-31-2013, 08:02 PM #8
I guess I am still in hope/denial then... I plan on weighting 225lbs 10% bf by the time I am 40 years old and squatting 500lbs. Still got 20 years to go.“When we long for life without difficulties, remind us that oaks grow strong in contrary winds and diamonds are made under pressure”
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yeah well until i get to that stage im prtty happy as gainz are increasingBest comp lifts (IPF) 235/157.5/277.5 Total 670 / 1,477
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Where is the logical thinking stage where you realize you don't know who is and isn't natty by looking(most of the time) from the day you start lifting. There are people who look like they juice but they never touched ****. And others look like **** and are on the celltech hardcore. I understand genetics and know that if there was a drug that made you smarter, Einstein, Feynman, Hawking would all be the biggest frauds in science.
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I do believe everyone has a limit. But I think a lot of people sell themselves short and "accept" a limit before they've hit theirs. And a lot of it is due to them not adjusting their calories or diet as they get bigger. They figure their four pieces of grilled chicken a day has worked so far, why change it? (not realizing that as they grow, they now need MORE calories to CONTINUE growing)
Just gotta keep lifting and eating right, and realize that you're not gonna hit your limit in 1 or 2 years. You could grow over 5 or 10 years if you keep working hard. I'm inspired by those bodybuilders that all seem to be in their late 30s and 40s. makes me realize I can keep working hard and I have YEARS before I should start wondering where my limit is.
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i used to think arnie was natty to be young and naive again. i was like 11/12"There are no limits. There are only plateaus, but you must not stay there, you must go beyond them. If it kills you, it kills you. A man must constantly exceed his level."
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