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    Oct 02, 2010 2:06 PM GMT
    What men's weight classes are there in body building?What weight classes
    are there for non-competitive male boldy builders?I'm a non-competitive
    body builder.Are non-competitive body builders and competitive body
    builders in the same weight classes or not?I work out at home these days.
    What body building,muscle building,weight training exercises can I do at
    as an apartment renter without bothering my neighbors?
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    Oct 02, 2010 5:00 PM GMT
    get your lazy ass on google and find out
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    Oct 02, 2010 5:40 PM GMT
    GAYBIGMACHODUDE1972 saidWhat body building,muscle building,weight training exercises can I do at
    as an apartment renter without bothering my neighbors?


    Put a plastic bag over your head and secure it around your neck firmly with some duct tape. Do not puncture any air holes in the plastic bag. Do as many push ups as you can do, then do as many sit ups as you can do, then go back to pushups. Keep going until you can't go any more. Then, keeping the plastic bag firmly over your head, rest in a chair for ten minutes.

    These are the best exercises you can do at home to become a body-builder.
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    Oct 02, 2010 6:12 PM GMT
    GAYBIGMACHODUDE1972 saidWhat body building,muscle building,weight training exercises can I do at
    as an apartment renter without bothering my neighbors?
    Fuck your neighbors.
    It's very good exercise, and won't bother them at all if you're good at it.
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    Oct 02, 2010 6:22 PM GMT
    Don't go killing yourself, these guys are just cyber bullies. Don't take what they're saying to heart. A very good resource I use for all types of exercise information is http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/bbmaintrain.htm. There's a bunch of stuff on the tab to the right to tailor the list of exercises to your needs as well.

    Good luck!
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    Oct 02, 2010 6:59 PM GMT
    GAYBIGMACHODUDE1972 saidWhat men's weight classes are there in body building?What weight classes
    are there for non-competitive male boldy builders?I'm a non-competitive
    body builder.Are non-competitive body builders and competitive body
    builders in the same weight classes or not?I work out at home these days.
    What body building,muscle building,weight training exercises can I do at
    as an apartment renter without bothering my neighbors?


    GAYBIGMACHODUDE1972 saidWhat men's weight classes are there in body building?What weight classes
    are there for non-competitive male boldy builders?I'm a non-competitive
    body builder.Are non-competitive body builders and competitive body
    builders in the same weight classes or not?I work out at home these days.
    What body building,muscle building,weight training exercises can I do at
    as an apartment renter without bothering my neighbors?


    I don't know of any non-competitive weight classes in any sanctioned groups in the U.S. There would be no point in having non-competitive classes, would there?

    In the NPC, there are a number of divisions. You'll be able to research this yourself more fully using your choice of search mechanism.

    1. Teens (kids less than 19)
    2. Open (anyone , and open to national qualifier)
    3. Masters (Over 40, Over 50, Over 60, Over 70)
    4. Novice (Trophies, but no advancement to Nationals)
    5. ADA (wheel chair, amputees, etc.)

    In Open, there are the following weight classes:
    1. Bantamweight < 143.25 #
    2. Lightweight >= 142.25# to < 154.25#
    3 . Middleweight 154.25 < 176.25#
    4. Light Heavyweight >= 176.26# < 198.25#
    5. Heavyweight >= <= 198.25 to < 225.25 #
    6. Super Heavyweight >= 225.25

    In Novice, Master, Teens, and ADA / wheelchair there are the following weight classes:
    1. Lightweight
    2. Middleweight
    3. Heavyweight

    Women’s Open:
    Lightweight (<115)
    Middleweight (115-125)
    Light Heavyweight (125-140)
    Heavyweight (>140)


    It doesn't really make sense to compete in Novice because you can't advance. You show up, you get a trophy, but, it doesn't matter in terms of moving up the ranks.

    Some shows have stopped including Novice.

    If you're too lazy to complete a profile here, and you're too lazy to look for this information yourself, likely, you won't be successful in bodybuilding. Bodybuilding very much requires being resourceful, ambitious, disciplined, focused, patient, and a self-starter.

    I'm a light heavyweight, in case you haven't already figured that out.
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    Oct 02, 2010 7:14 PM GMT
    http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=bodybuilding+weight+classes

    Now, that wasn't so hard, was it?

    With regard to bodybuilding at home, that's not really possible. You can do a bit of gymnastics, and some isos, but, that's about it. You'll need a gym with weights, even if you're not competitive.
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    Oct 02, 2010 10:32 PM GMT
    I would rather use free weights at home than at a gym/fitness center/a
    health club any day.I'm a private guy.I want nothing to with gyms,fitness
    centers and health clubs at all.
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    Oct 02, 2010 10:33 PM GMT
    Be that as it be, but, you'll never be even a non-competitive bodybuilder with those jokes of workouts. YOU HAVE A PLAN FOR FAILURE.
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    Oct 02, 2010 10:52 PM GMT
    That's not dude,That's a big lie and myth.There's lots of home body
    builders out there.It's cheaper to work out at home.There's lots of good
    reasons why to work out at home.You don't need a gym to be a body
    builder at all.Only a fool would believe that.
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    Oct 02, 2010 11:00 PM GMT
    Public gyms are very expensive,full of germs,trouble makers.Public gyms are are germ free like home gyms are.Home gyms more privacy than plublic
    gyms too.
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    Oct 03, 2010 12:18 AM GMT
    You're certainly entitled to your view point.

    We're probably better off not having you at the gym around the germs, icky people, and the like.

    Good luck with your bodybuilding, at home.
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    Oct 03, 2010 7:23 AM GMT
    Germs is not the only reason why I don't like the local public health clubs.
    They're coed health clubs and I won't work out at coed health clubs at all.
    I won't work out with girls/women/straight men/bi men/married men/men
    with kids/men with girl friends/old men/skinny men/light weight men/fat
    men/meat eaters/strangers at all.I'm picky who I will be work out buddies
    with.I won't be work out buddies anybody I don't find attractive at all.plus
    local health clubs are too much money for me.None of the local health
    clubs where I live are eco friendly at all.The only kids and girls I want to
    be aroubd are my female relatives.The only straight male friends I want
    in my life are my male realatives and my local straight married male friend.
    There's enough straight people in my life.I don't need and I don't want any
    more straight people in my life at all.
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    Oct 03, 2010 7:27 AM GMT
    My neighbors are not my type at all.They are heavy smokers and drinkers
    so I want nothing to do with them at all.I won't be friends and lovers with
    smokers and drinkers at all.I won't be friends & lovers with any smokers,
    drinkers,skinny guys,drunks,guys in their 20's at all.Guys in their 20's are too young for me.I'm in my late 30's.Guys in their 20's can't meet my needs
    at all.
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    Oct 03, 2010 7:32 AM GMT
    I hate bullies.I have been bullied by others all of my life and I'm tired of it too.
    So I stand up to them these days.It's the only way you get them to stop bulling you.Irgnoring them won't work at all.I have tried that and it worked
    worked for me.
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    Oct 03, 2010 8:07 AM GMT
    GAYBIGMACHODUDE1972 saidI won't work out with girls/women/straight men/bi men/married men/men
    with kids/men with girl friends/old men/skinny men/light weight men/fat
    men/meat eaters/strangers at all.I'm picky who I will be work out buddies
    with.I won't be work out buddies anybody I don't find attractive at all


    And to start with I thought you were serious.... icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Oct 03, 2010 2:40 PM GMT
    I'm serious.I don't joke about sex,health,bodybuilding,muscle bonding,male
    bonding,friendships,foods,weight training,life,dating,vegetarianism ever.I
    take those things very serious.I'm not a joker and I hate jokers.Only fools
    joke around about these type of things and I'm no fool.
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    Oct 03, 2010 2:54 PM GMT
    GAYBIGMACHODUDE1972 saidGerms is not the only reason why I don't like the local public health clubs.
    They're coed health clubs and I won't work out at coed health clubs at all.
    I won't work out with girls/women/straight men/bi men/married men/men
    with kids/men with girl friends/old men/skinny men/light weight men/fat
    men/meat eaters/strangers at all.I'm picky who I will be work out buddies
    with.I won't be work out buddies anybody I don't find attractive at all.plus
    local health clubs are too much money for me.None of the local health
    clubs where I live are eco friendly at all.The only kids and girls I want to
    be aroubd are my female relatives.The only straight male friends I want
    in my life are my male realatives and my local straight married male friend.
    There's enough straight people in my life.I don't need and I don't want any
    more straight people in my life at all.


    Sounds a bit xenophobic to me...
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    Oct 03, 2010 4:46 PM GMT
    I don't trust strangers at all.I would rather get to know others online before
    I get to know them in public places.I'm not into oldfashioned dating at all.
    I'm not into meeting gay men the oldfashioned way at all like I did in the
    past.I met my ex male friends the oldfashioned way and they were sissy boys,badboys,drunks,heavy smokers,unhealthy guys,liars,show offs,know
    it alls,abusers,ego freaks,control freaks,possessive guys,energy vampires, and other losers.I had nothing but bad luck with meeting gay men the old
    fashioned way.They always eneded up being losers.I met some of my ex
    male friends in bars and some of them at the ymca.They have got big criminal backgrounds.They all are pyschological liars.That's why I would
    rather meet other gay single men online than oofline these days.It's safer,
    I would rather be safe than sorry.I care about my own health alot.I take it
    very serious these days.If I wanted to be friends with bad boys,Then I
    wouldn't have dumped my ex bibuddy as a friend 2 years ago was very
    abusive towards me.I have the right to be picky who I become friends
    with.I have right to be paranoid in making new friends these days.

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    Oct 03, 2010 8:55 PM GMT
    This forum is beyond the scope of the professional mental care that you need. You should seek professional assistance.
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    Oct 04, 2010 12:15 AM GMT
    GAYBIGMACHODUDE1972 saidI don't trust strangers at all.I would rather get to know others online before
    I get to know them in public places.I'm not into oldfashioned dating at all.
    I'm not into meeting gay men the oldfashioned way at all like I did in the
    past.I met my ex male friends the oldfashioned way and they were sissy boys,badboys,drunks,heavy smokers,unhealthy guys,liars,show offs,know
    it alls,abusers,ego freaks,control freaks,possessive guys,energy vampires, and other losers.I had nothing but bad luck with meeting gay men the old
    fashioned way.They always eneded up being losers.I met some of my ex
    male friends in bars and some of them at the ymca.They have got big criminal backgrounds.They all are pyschological liars.That's why I would
    rather meet other gay single men online than oofline these days.It's safer,
    I would rather be safe than sorry.I care about my own health alot.I take it
    very serious these days.If I wanted to be friends with bad boys,Then I
    wouldn't have dumped my ex bibuddy as a friend 2 years ago was very
    abusive towards me.I have the right to be picky who I become friends
    with.I have right to be paranoid in making new friends these days.



    WOW....

    You realize that if this were 20 years ago you would have most probably starved to death a virgin
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    Oct 04, 2010 12:58 AM GMT
    I don't need any mental help at all.
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    Oct 04, 2010 1:45 AM GMT
    I'm not an oldfashioned gay man at all.I'm a fashionable,modern,and high
    tech gay man.I'm not into oldfashioned dating at all.It's not my dating
    style at all.I'm a proud gay high tech man.I'm into high tech dating not
    oldfashioned dating.High tech is my dating style.There's nothing with
    that at all.Both online dating and high tech dating are better than old
    fashioned dating.
  • Karnage

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    Oct 04, 2010 2:00 AM GMT
    I feel like at this point we are dealing with either A) a troll, or B) someone with legitimate mental issues. These arguments are not reasonable and not ones that a healthy mind would be making.
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    Oct 04, 2010 2:06 AM GMT
    Karnage saidI feel like at this point we are dealing with either A) a troll, or B) someone with legitimate mental issues. These arguments are not reasonable and not ones that a healthy mind would be making.


    I suspect B, especially after having just seen the eerily similar profile and posts of one 'GAYNATURELOVER'. icon_confused.gif



    Chuckystud is right.