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    I prefer shoulder width, palms facing out, grip usually. My biceps give out before my back if I use a palm in grip, so I'll use it for a little extra biceps torture occasionally.

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    I think sculpted shoulders are sexy.
    And veiny arms.
    I like my men slim though. :P

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    It's annoying when I see guys who are a shit-ton more toned/slimmer than I am when I'm stronger and can run longer distances than they can. = (
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blank View Post
    It's annoying when I see guys who are a shit-ton more toned/slimmer than I am when I'm stronger and can run longer distances than they can. = (
    Welcome to the wonderful world of genetics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blank View Post
    It's annoying when I see guys who are a shit-ton more toned/slimmer than I am when I'm stronger and can run longer distances than they can. = (
    Awww don't feel down about it. I'm sure if you vary your strategies and focus, you'll eventually reach your desired goal. There's always a way to get things done. I have faith in you. =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    Welcome to the wonderful world of genetics.
    tell me about it lol
    i hate being a hardgainer
    goddamn mesomorphs
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    goddamn mesomorphs
    You must not be talking to me then.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blank
    It's annoying when I see guys who are a shit-ton more toned/slimmer than I am when I'm stronger and can run longer distances than they can.
    Seriously though, genetics aside, you can work on lagging body parts. Instead of spending equal time on all body parts, put extra time in on one that lags behind.

    Now, if you're talking about having less visible body fat, unfortunately genetics do play a role. You can work yourself to death so you can have a six-pack, but the second you stop working so hard it's gone. Or you might be one of those lucky people who don't have to work hard to have that toned slim look.

    But if you work your butt off, and continue exercising even without the visible muscle. You're still a better person, and healthier than a skinny person, who is lazy. And if you continue taking care of yourself, you'll notice the lazy people starting to get fat, and/or having health problems. While you stay healthy.

    Outlasting the twits is the best revenge. And making them look like weak little babies when they talk crap is a close second.

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    True, but when you're twenty it's a lot harder to appreciate that.

    @mlittrell: One thing that I found is personally effective for gaining strength and mass is using the overload theory. It definitely won't make you look toned though, just like a meat panzer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blank View Post
    True, but when you're twenty it's a lot harder to appreciate that.

    @mlittrell: One thing that I found is personally effective for gaining strength and mass is using the overload theory. It definitely won't make you look toned though, just like a meat panzer.

    Ah, but if you know it when you're twenty, you have all the other twenty year old whipped.

    It definitely won't make you look toned though, just like a meat panzer.

    *RWAWR*!!


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    Dearest beef buffets,
    If the rascals in the other threads insist on rolling about our beloved longhouse quarters willy-nilly in their tussles, I may have to request your bouncing services.

    Huggles,
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