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klosey 10-02-2009 02:30 PM

Misterjaydubyoo You're in the Well
 
Think its about time we start this up again so any suggestions on who first

Commander 10-02-2009 04:05 PM

I vote for misterjaydubyoo

Ordo Ab Chao 10-04-2009 04:04 PM

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Originally Posted by Commander (Post 895541)
I vote for misterjaydubyoo

I'll second that

HardCory 10-04-2009 06:47 PM

I'm ready to pick his brain.

misterjaydubyoo 10-04-2009 06:51 PM

Haha...I reckon I'm up then. Fire away.

klosey 10-05-2009 01:24 PM

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Originally Posted by misterjaydubyoo (Post 895613)
Haha...I reckon I'm up then. Fire away.

1. What got you into training

2. Are there any set training methods you feel work best for you and why?

3. Any theories or experimental training styles you think have merit?

4. Any goldern day bodybuilding thoughts you use in your training? i.e vaccum posing etc

misterjaydubyoo 10-05-2009 01:54 PM

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Originally Posted by klosey (Post 895673)
1. What got you into training

2. Are there any set training methods you feel work best for you and why?

3. Any theories or experimental training styles you think have merit?

4. Any goldern day bodybuilding thoughts you use in your training? i.e vaccum posing etc



1. In high school I lifted weights. I was pretty dedicated to it. I mainly did it for high school wrestling, but became addicted to gaining strength, and being stronger than everybody my size, and most people in general. As I got into college, I continued lifting, but finally got the epiphany to really get serious about my diet and start to sculpt my body. This wasn't until my last two years or so of college, and has carried on until now. I really feel I have finally become a bodybuilder.

2. Heavy weights, pyramids. Both of these work well for me. I always respond well to heavier sets, lower rep schemes, and/or pyramid type programs. I have found a long as I stick with it, I gain strength incredibly fast.

3. Hmmm...theories. I believe the occlusion thing has gotten some merit. When I start cutting, I think I am really going to try to incorporate it into my workouts. HIIT seems to work well too.

4. Liver tabs. Haha, I just started using these as a way to stimulate appetite. I think they have their place, but I am not sure exactly how beneficial they are. Weighted dips. IMO, these are very beneficial to upper body development. I would like to start incorporating some outdoor lifting into my routine. Vitamin D (via the sun in this case) is proven to be very beneficial, and Arnold loved to lift outside as well.

Commander 10-05-2009 08:23 PM

Can you tell us about your spiritual life?

misterjaydubyoo 10-05-2009 08:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Commander (Post 895706)
Can you tell us about your spiritual life?

I am a Christian, and have been my whole life. I will admit in the last while I am nowhere near where I want to be, and I am working on that. I grew up in church, and my parents are still really dedicated. I credit them for my character today. My dad is a deacon at my church and stays on me pretty good about coming and giving more time to God. He just mentions to me ever so often that I need to get my priorities straight, that I am a grown man, and he just hopes I choose what's right. I plan on doing just that pretty soon, as I feel he is right in that I do not have my priorities straight. Everyone runs off the road from time to time, and I just need to ease back on.

HardCory 10-05-2009 11:15 PM

What are your thoughts on steroids in sports?

You said you feel like you've become a bodybuilder, do you have any desire to compete? If so, have you picked a contest?


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