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    Derek Poundstone physique

    Anyone else think Derek Poundstone has the best physique for a powerlifter? He literally has my goal physique. What a monster.
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    Very impressive.
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    A bit puffy in the face, duh.

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    Dudes a monster

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    I imagine this would take years of good nutrition and training and many cycles. I hope one day I can achieve this. 341 lbs and abs of fucking steel. If God exists, he looks like Derek Poundstone

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    Bigger version of me Well not his legs

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    Quote Originally Posted by 531hulk View Post
    Anyone else think Derek Poundstone has the best physique for a powerlifter? He literally has my goal physique. What a monster.
    Very impressive to be that lean and a PowerLifter. Power lifters hold this irrational fear of cardio and clean diet. Which is why I loved it for so many years...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleScience View Post
    Power lifters hold this irrational fear of cardio and clean diet. Which is why I loved it for so many years...lol

    I've never gotten over that fear! When I was brand new at all this I training in pretty much a total powerlifting gym. Owned and run by power lifters. I was the only BBer there. Man it was great. Some of the best times I ever had was training powerlifting style with those guys for periods of time. The strength and size gains were just great. I highly recommend it to younger BBers to spend some time on the basic 3 lifts. It'll do nothing but good for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 531hulk View Post
    Anyone else think Derek Poundstone has the best physique for a powerlifter? He literally has my goal physique. What a monster.
    My hands and eyeballs are just as big as his!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    I've never gotten over that fear! When I was brand new at all this I training in pretty much a total powerlifting gym. Owned and run by power lifters. I was the only BBer there. Man it was great. Some of the best times I ever had was training powerlifting style with those guys for periods of time. The strength and size gains were just great. I highly recommend it to younger BBers to spend some time on the basic 3 lifts. It'll do nothing but good for you.
    Couldn't agree more, I still squat, bench and deadlift. Although I don't approach
    It with the mentality of lifting the heaviest weights now. I learned from PL that form and repetition is the key to performing the lifts. I really focus on a bit lighter weight with absolutely perfect form on every rep and very slow negatives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obspowerstroke View Post
    My balls are just as big as his!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleScience View Post
    Couldn't agree more, I still squat, bench and deadlift. Although I don't approach
    It with the mentality of lifting the heaviest weights now. I learned from PL that form and repetition is the key to performing the lifts. I really focus on a bit lighter weight with absolutely perfect form on every rep and very slow negatives.

    I hate to say it but I rarely deadlift anymore. Still squat like a nut (or idiot, not sure) which is one of the reasons I slowed down deadlifts. Flat bench, I gave them up a couple years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    I hate to say it but I rarely deadlift anymore. Still squat like a nut (or idiot, not sure) which is one of the reasons I slowed down deadlifts. Flat bench, I gave them up a couple years ago.
    I've always been of the impression flat bench with bbell to be deleterious over long-term on RC health.

    What's your take? Dbells makes a great alternative imo.

    Deadlift... love them. Used to hit 300lbs max rep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    I've never gotten over that fear! When I was brand new at all this I training in pretty much a total powerlifting gym. Owned and run by power lifters. I was the only BBer there. Man it was great. Some of the best times I ever had was training powerlifting style with those guys for periods of time. The strength and size gains were just great. I highly recommend it to younger BBers to spend some time on the basic 3 lifts. It'll do nothing but good for you.
    Agreed about the basic 3. I consider myself a PowerBodyBuilder.

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    Everything was impossible until somebody did it!

    I've got 99 problems......but my squat/dead ain't one !!

    It doesnt matter how good looking she is, some where, some one is tired of her shit.

    Light travels faster then sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.

    Great place to start researching ! http://forums.steroid.com/anabolic-s...-database.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleScience View Post
    Couldn't agree more, I still squat, bench and deadlift. Although I don't approach
    It with the mentality of lifting the heaviest weights now. I learned from PL that form and repetition is the key to performing the lifts. I really focus on a bit lighter weight with absolutely perfect form on every rep and very slow negatives.
    Also if you keep your heavy lifts to once a month, low rep you can have some longevity with heavy training.

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    Everything was impossible until somebody did it!

    I've got 99 problems......but my squat/dead ain't one !!

    It doesnt matter how good looking she is, some where, some one is tired of her shit.

    Light travels faster then sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.

    Great place to start researching ! http://forums.steroid.com/anabolic-s...-database.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by bizzarro View Post
    I've always been of the impression flat bench with bbell to be deleterious over long-term on RC health.

    What's your take? Dbells makes a great alternative imo.

    Deadlift... love them. Used to hit 300lbs max rep.

    Not bad Biz. Yes, dbells are a good alternative as the path of the bell can be altered slightly to suit your needs.

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    Agreed about the basic 3. I consider myself a PowerBodyBuilder.
    That I know!

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    Also if you keep your heavy lifts to once a month, low rep you can have some longevity with heavy training.
    Words to live by. I only squat first every 3rd workout. Forces me to stay a bit lighter.
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    Guy looks great big and strong.

    THIS IS MY DREAM BODY!!!! Just not as pale


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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    And you know that how?
    Lmao, I wont lay claim to that at this time mine are visibly smaller than normal at this time. We will give it a coupl weeks.

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