Need a realjock big bro lol

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    Jun 02, 2011 11:44 PM GMT
    Basically just got a membership this week to the gym... I need you guys to help me out. I'm pretty much a twig/ have a twinks body. I really want someone to help me get to the Taylor Lautner type of body lol. I know it won't happen overnight and could take 6 months to a year + depending on my dedication, but I really want encouragement/feedback from someone. Maybe have an online mentor or something, and this could probably lead to a really good internet friendship so anyone interested in helping me transform my body so I can snatch wigs at the club? lol
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    Jun 02, 2011 11:47 PM GMT
    I want to go to the gym five times a week for an hour each time. Someone please be my muscle yoda lol
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    Jun 03, 2011 1:38 AM GMT
    come on someone pleaseee icon_sad.gif
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    Jun 03, 2011 1:50 AM GMT
    There's too much information out there. Just look it up online and do the research, or hire a personal trainer that knows his stuff.

    Before you even start attempting to build muscle you need to educate yourself. It sounds like you haven't done that yet, and relying on one single person to do that for you just isn't going to work.
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    Jun 03, 2011 1:51 AM GMT
    6 months to a year? try a base of three years.
  • wander2340

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    Jun 03, 2011 2:00 AM GMT
    P90X helped me out more than any gym or personal trainer. I also found tons of helpful tips by searching the Real Jock Forums.

    While you can see dramatic improvement in 6 months to a year it takes a lot longer than that to grow 15 inch arms and that hot swimmer's V shape.

    Good luck!!!
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    Jun 03, 2011 3:03 AM GMT
    Gaydar saidThere's too much information out there. Just look it up online and do the research, or hire a personal trainer that knows his stuff.

    Before you even start attempting to build muscle you need to educate yourself. It sounds like you haven't done that yet, and relying on one single person to do that for you just isn't going to work.


    Listen to sexy eyes ;)
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    Jun 03, 2011 4:43 AM GMT
    What does "snatching wigs" mean?
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    Jun 03, 2011 6:00 AM GMT

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    Jun 03, 2011 6:24 AM GMT
    GuiltyGear said
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    Jun 03, 2011 7:07 AM GMT
    I'm in my third year of working out consistently, and although I have seen a dramatic improvement, I have, more importantly, learned to love the workouts I do. I became active outdoors, and did social activities to break up the routine. I started with what I enjoyed and went from there. Several years ago, I had a hard time "forcing" myself to workout for the sake of an ideal body, and didn't think of sustainability. I now really like my workouts, and the challenges. Learning to love to be active means lasting results, and move overall benefits. The body will definitely come too. Never give up.

    Hope this helps... icon_smile.gif

    -J
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    Jun 03, 2011 7:12 AM GMT
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    hahahahaha
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    Jun 03, 2011 7:22 AM GMT
    GaydarThere's too much information out there. Just look it up online and do the research, or hire a personal trainer that knows his stuff.

    Before you even start attempting to build muscle you need to educate yourself. It sounds like you haven't done that yet, and relying on one single person to do that for you just isn't going to work.


    Dude you say it as if it were that simple but #1 I'm not that book smart, and #2 I'd prefer someone with experience to point/navigate me towards the right direction. And like I said the motivation/encouragement factor is also something that I'm looking for.

    And its way easy to tell someone to get a personal trainer, especially in my gym where they're charging $88 an hour. I suppose an unemployed full-time college kid is going to pull that $$ out of his ass?

    I appreciate the fact that you responded, but in my case I have difficulty learning things on my own. Everyone started somewhere, and I feel like there's no harm in asking for help. Hopefully I'm in the position one day where I can do the same for someone else.
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    Jun 03, 2011 7:25 AM GMT
    Calibro6 months to a year? try a base of three years.


    I'm not trying to be a bodybuilder, man. And if I work hard and am in the gym 5 days a week for a year straight, I expect to see really good results. Taylor Lautner bulked up to what I'm looking for in 6 months. Granted, he had a personal trainer and possibly a personal chef and steroids, but a ton of factors go into it. Including genetic. I don't expect any dramatic changes to happen overnight.
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    Jun 03, 2011 7:31 AM GMT
    Wander2340P90X helped me out more than any gym or personal trainer. I also found tons of helpful tips by searching the Real Jock Forums.

    While you can see dramatic improvement in 6 months to a year it takes a lot longer than that to grow 15 inch arms and that hot swimmer's V shape.

    Good luck!!!


    The problem with the P90x is that I bought a pull-up bar and for some reason it doesn't fit in any of the door frames. While I have a gym membership I don't think that I can take the DVDs to the gym with me lol. And how long do you think it would take for that swimmer's v shape? 2 years? 3 like that other guy said?
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    Jun 03, 2011 8:04 AM GMT
    I would suggest you sign up with a personal trainer at the gym or try the Muscle Building 12 Week Program. Print all the sheets out for each day and week. Take it with you to the gym and put the actuals in the column next to the suggested. You can watch the demonstration videos how to do the set. Make sure you buy protein powder and have at least 25-50g of protein within 30min after each workout. Good luck!
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    Jun 03, 2011 8:05 AM GMT
    Dude, no offense, but from what I'm hearing, they're all excuses and to put it frankly, it sounds like you just want SEX. You're not ready for the dedication involved. In the world of gym and weightlifting, every person in the gym is always researching online or elsewhere, because everyone's bodies respond differently to weightlifting. The majority of people who are strong learned how to lift weights through sports by their coach (meaning they were conditioned), through friends who actually know what they're doing in the gym (meaning giving legit pointers), or through trial and error. I for one learned through trial and error. I'm on my third year of weightlifting and I've come a hell of a long way - I used to be as skinny as a toothpick - and I still have a long way to go to get to the desired weight, strength and look that I want to achieve.

    I'm sorry bro, but there's no easy way out of it. You have to figure it out yourself. If I can give you any type of pointers, I can point you in the right direction of what you should do. If you're skinny as you say you are, it sounds like you're an ectomorph, a mixture of an ectomorph and a mesomorph, or you could actually be a mesomorph. If you're an ectomorph, you'll be skinny enough where you have such a high metabolism that you can eat and eat and eat and not gain shit. If that's the case, lift heavy weights with 70-80% of your maximum capacity to lift weights on an exercise with few repetitions (6-8 repitions of the same exercise tops). You should be in the gym for one hour tops. Any more than that and you'll be burning muscle than gaining. Your diet, which counts for 70% of you getting bigger/muscular believe it or not, should be clean and you should eat at least every 2 hours. Switch to olive oil, eat only grilled, broiled or baked chicken, steak and/or fish, whole grains, leafy vegetables, some fruit to substitute any sugar cravings, eggs without any yolk, skim milk, and protein. For your size and stature, I say eat around 3,000-4,500 calories a day. You'll seriously bulk up for sure. And remember to incorporate some ab exercises in, too (at least 3 sets of 25 reps with every ab exercise), to build your core as you grow. For you as an ectomorph; cardio is optional to non-existant. And should you do cardio, at most do 30 minutes every 2 days.
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    Jun 03, 2011 8:11 AM GMT
    Of course, ab excerises should come after your workout. Or if you want a difficult challenge, do ab exercises before your workout. Either or, do 20-25 repetitions of 3-5 sets. Do 3-4 different ab workouts, which will take 20-30 minutes.
  • wander2340

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    Jun 03, 2011 2:05 PM GMT
    Go to YouTube and look up scoobysworkshop.