• Joeyphx444

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    Sep 14, 2009 8:29 AM GMT
    Do you guys believe this? I don't, maybe because I am skeptical but judge for yourselves, all natural??
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    Sep 14, 2009 4:41 PM GMT
    This is all camera angle.

    He's 5'8" and only 168#. When I was 18, I was 5'5" and 175#. When I was 28 I was 5'5" and 230#.

    If this kid is juiced, he's not doing very much. He's simply not big enough.

    He may have tinkered with some Pump and Pose a bit on his arms, but, he's not really that big.

    There are some folks who have myostatin blockade, but, it's doubtful the person you are referencing has it. He does have good "lines", but, is mostly small. If we was juiced he'd be upwards of 250#. He's simply too small and lack the tell tails signs of juice. Never forget that nothing is more "natural" than testosterone. Likely, this kid does have high endegenous tesosterone levels but he certainly doesn't have characteristics of someone with super-physiological testosterone levels. As I said, he's just to small.

    Myostatin blockade happens in several species.

    I haven't been to the gym in almost 3 months, and I weighed 207 this morning, at 5'5", and I'm not fat. Some of us are just better at it than others, and school ourselves on proper method. You would do well to eat.

    Some folks are ignorant and really don't have any idea what they're looking at. With someone so small, and looking as he does, it's not likely that he's taking much, if anything. While ignorant folks may think otherwise, those of us who know, know better. Sometimes, folks have great genes. I've seen it lots of times. Just as some folks can't play basketball some folks don't have good bods, while others do. Some of the best bods I've seen have been on guys who are just good old farm boys. Best not to be ignorant.
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    Sep 14, 2009 4:52 PM GMT

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    Sep 14, 2009 5:00 PM GMT
    Here, from his 53 picture gallery, you can see how small he really is:


    Clearly, you didn't take a good look at the kid.

    He has some potential, but, has a long ways to go (about 70 pounds).

    He has the attitude of someone who might do well, but, juiced? Nope. Lean? Yeah. A worker? Yeah. Wanting it? Yeah. But, still small for now.


    All that being said, don't be surprised if you do see the kid juiced, and weighing 250#. He's 168 now. He looks like the type, and his profile reads like he wants that path.

    Finally, I have to giggle at the ignorance of folks who train like idiots, and lash out at folks who don't. The aforementioned kid clearly trains about right (you can see good lines) and his head is in the right place, but, he doesn't eat enough, and he clearly isn't juiced. He's kinda' young for all that, anyway. I wouldn't be surprised, though, to see him being huge in a few years.
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    Sep 14, 2009 5:04 PM GMT
    Testosterone does not necessarily make a person bigger though, it depends on the person and how sensitive they are to testosterone. A person can be genetically male and not respond to testosterone at all for example.

    Should also add that whatever a person's body natural levels might be, adding to it can cause problems related to the hormone.
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    Sep 14, 2009 6:12 PM GMT
    He's a wrestler....he will have been bulking and cutting cycles for wrestling season for 5+ years.

    That's just what kids look like when they start going through cycles of steady bulking and dramatic cutting in early puberty
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    Sep 14, 2009 8:07 PM GMT
    sorry that shit is just freakish