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>be 15 minutes ago
>pulling up to bank atm drive through to deposit check.
>two lanes, one to talk to reps at window, one to atm
>another car pulls up next to me as I sign checks (no one behind me)
>I am startled as the car next to me immediately lays on the horn for a good 5 seconds.
>It is immensely loud due to the enclosed space of the drive through
>look over, its Tom Peter's wife, 3-350 pounds in a 1992 volvo
>she starts yelling in Tom Peter's wife's voice I DEMAND SERVICE.
>confused looking bank attendant uses loud speaker to apologize, she is still screaming.
>I am staring at her
>"What are you looking at" in Tom Peter's wife's voice.
>I drive away, definitely not worth it.
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daily reminder that if you are doing a split without being on gear you are retarded
>Pendlay: The research I did getting my master's degree was all hormonal based. I'm always looking at how training influences the hormonal response, and, if you get it right, how hormonal response influences the results you get from training. That made a huge impact on how I've designed my training philosophy.
>The whole-body type of workout, where you're doing big, stressful exercises, stimulates a powerful hormonal response. That's one of the reasons why people who aren't on drugs get the most benefits from a completely different training style than those who are on drugs.Someone who's on drugs already has all the testosterone his system can handle. Someone who's not on drugs needs to train in a way that stimulates his body's production of hormones.If you're a pro-bodybuilder who's taking the things that pro-bodybuilders take, then you don't have to train the same way or worry about the same things as your average 25-year old guy who wants to build muscle and isn't going to take drugs to do it. Those are two completely different systems of training.What we're talking about is doing things that stimulate the whole body more. You're not doing isolation work; you're not coming in and doing curls and blasting your biceps once a week with 20 sets. Instead you're doing big exercises, leaning towards a whole-body workout.Not everyone needs to do a whole-body workout, but they certainly don't need to do chest one day, biceps the next, etc. Whole-body workouts or upper/lower splits are the answer.You're training more frequently, and as you get into better shape your goal is to start including "extra" workouts where you do very explosive, fast movements and, generally, concentric-only movements.
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>...loooook, Anon, I'm very flattered but I don't feel the same way about you.
>See, you used to be really happy and seemed confident, but the fact that you work out tells me that you're very insecure, and all those muscles are kind of gross. What women really want are nice guys who treat them well and have no problems with their body. I'd take an awkward, pale chubby guy over some weird muscle-man, yuck!
>Just be yourself.