Triggerman | The World's 32nd Greatest Trainer


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  • Triggerman
  • Jan 16, 2021 - 5:52 PM


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    About Me

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    • Member since: 06/01/14
    • Last active: More than a week ago
    • Age: 57
    • First location: San Diego, California, United States
    • Second location: Petaluma, California, United States
    • Travel location: Bokoro, Tasmania, Chad
    • Relationship Status: Single
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    My Stats and Info

    • Build: Muscular
    • Height: 5' 10''
    • Weight: 186 lbs
    • Waist: 32 inches
    • Chest: 46 inches
    • Arms: 18 inches
    • Hair color: Salt and Pepper
    • Eye color: Brown
    • Ethnicity: White
    • My gym: 24HR Fitness.
    • Weight training: 5 times per week
      60 minutes per session
    • Cardio training: 5 times per week
      45 minutes per session
    • Sports I like:
    • Other sports I like: I lift really heavy weights just for fun. Like a stove or refrig.

      I arm wrestle. I have lost twice since I was twelve. The first time was to a fourteen year old girl. I was 12. I learned a big lesson. Never underestimate your opponent. Recently I lost to a 21 college kid that is a family friend. Again, years later, I was cocky and playing around and the next thing I knew I was pinned. Lesson learned. I taught him everything I knew and suddenly the student became the master.
    • HIV status: HIV -
    • Safer sex?: Always


    I am a guy. Not a straight acting guy. I am what I am. Fairly masculine, sorta Midwestern (from what I hear...born and raised in California and have never lived anywhere else). From Northern California but came to San Diego in 1992 and fell in love with this city, region, mindset, ect. Except for a brief period back home I have always lived here. My likes are as varied as my friends. I love a good party at a friend's house or backyard bbq, days at the beach, taking out the bicycle for a random cruise through the neighborhood. I like weird movies more than blockbusters. I love diners more than the latest hot restaurant. I think the most beautiful car ever built was a 1963 Corvette. I have had an SUV before they were popular but now drive a Mini Cooper S that I bought on a whim. It is like childhood driving a go-kart all over again. I literally laugh every time I drive it. I ride a 1998 Harley Davidson Electra-Glide all over the country. One, because I like old American stuff and that is Harley. Two, because riding a motorcycle is as close to flying an old bi-wing plane as I will ever get to do. When you ride, you smell the surroundings. I like random road trips, been across the country many times in cars, motorcycles and a few dump trucks. Another story.

    I digress...

    I worked in hotels for years as a Global Account Manager, booking conferences. I jumped to the client side and worked for Fortune 500 companies booking hotels for conferences at hotel properties.

    Now, having retired, I work as a Certified Personal Trainer. I have been a fitness buff long before it became fashionable. I have a library of books on fitness going back 120 years. I work for a big box gym chain that has a small old school attitude at our location. I love everyday that I walk into work because someone is going to have their life changed, and not in a Bruce Jenner way. Fat guy, skinny guy, average guy. Fitness is fun.

    I answer posts from time to time and I give advice. Most is from what I have learned from others and extensive reading and my personal experience. And my stats mean nothing to anyone but me but if you want my lifting stats to maybe validate what I say:

    At a bodyweight of 190lbs:


    405 for 2 reps
    315 for 15 reps
    225 for 35 reps
    135 for 50 reps


    500 for one rep
    475 for 3 reps
    405 for 9 reps
    315 for 15 reps


    525 for one rep
    475 for 4 reps
    405 for 8 reps
    315 for 22 reps

    Best curl strictly, 200lbs.

    Best single arm lift: 120lb. dumbbell.

    That being said I did that all in my late 30's early 40's. I am 52 now and do not lift heavy anymore. It takes a toll on joints and I just kinda hit my goals and moved on to multi-planar movements. But I was not a gifted athlete. I was an average kid in the gym. I looked at all the bigger guys and said, "Damn". But week in and week out I caught up and passed the biggest guys in my gym. Lift smart. Have a goal. Try everything and keep what works and throw out what does not. Be open minded but not naïve. Use it if it works or move on if it does not.


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