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  • tokugawa
  • Jan 16, 2021 - 3:38 AM


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    About Me

    • Member since: 03/10/06
    • Last active: More than a week ago
    • Age: 69
    • First location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
    • Relationship Status: Single
    • Looking for: Friends, Training Buddies
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    My Stats and Info

    • Build: Average
    • Height: 5' 4''
    • Weight: 150 lbs
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    • Hair color: Gray/Silver
    • Eye color: Blue
    • Ethnicity: White
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    • Sports I like: Bodybuilding, Wrestling
    • Other sports I like: Chess, card games: Magic, the Gathering, bridge; eBay (competitive auction site, I have a high winning percentage.)
    • HIV status: HIV -
    • Safer sex?: Always



    Several years ago, while surfing the internet, I came across the web page of a COMPETITION LEVEL BODYBUILDER. The next day, while I was working out at Sampson Street World Gym in Philadelphia, I see the guy who had the web page. So I said, "hi," and learned it was his web page. As we talked, I found out Mark had also earned a graduate in physiology.

    He told me that to put on muscle mass it is only necessary to do one set for each muscle / muscle group, but you must go to failure during that set. Going to failure means some of your muscle cells die (pain occurs here.) In response, additional body resources are allocated to replace the dead muscle cells, PLUS additional resources for muscle growth (to be able to handle the load where before the muscle failed.) If you did not go to failure, less body resources would be allocated for muscle growth.

    Going to failure multiple times is counterproductive, since even more muscle cells die, which means some of the resources which would go towards muscle growth is devoted to replacing more dead cells instead.


    ADVANTAGES: fastest way to increase muscle mass, saves time, prevents overtraining

    DISADVANTAGES: if you workout at a gym, there is less time to admire all the eye candy.

    About two years ago, I was diagnosed with diabetes and arthritis. They have wrecked my workouts. Diabetes often makes you feel tired and makes you lose motivation to go to the gym. Arthritis pain, which moves to different body parts, is currently causing pain in my left knee. I don't like to workout alone, since there is a danger my blood sugar level will drop to dangerous levels. So I need to intentionally do much less of a workout, at least until I slowly get stronger. A workout partner would be a great help to reach my fitness goals.

    Although 80% of people with diabetes become obese, I am just slightly overweight. I've made major diet modifications: reducing sugar as much as possible, much more fruits and vegetables, avoiding salt and saturated fat. My immediate goal is to lose 10 pounds, my long term goal is to resume weight lifting and restore the muscle mass I've lost and lose 20 pounds .

    I am currently retired from my career in education, my working career also included jobs in government and industry. One of my government jobs was working for a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

    I earned a graduate degree in computer science from Drexel University, and I taught math and computer science at the college level, at Drexel and West Chester U.

    My spare time is spent on gay social networks. Besides RealJock, I belong to Meetfighters, FindGayDad, Recon, Fetlife, and SpankThisHookups.

    I've earned some income buying playing cards (collectable card games, like Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh) on eBay and selling them to dealers. My eBay feedback is over 3,000. I've gotten very skilled at winning auctions. says I'm an Uber Cool Nerd King.  Click here to take the Nerd Test, get geeky images and jokes, and talk to others on the nerd forum!


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