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Unread 09-17-2017, 01:18 AM
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Your retorts are possibly more pathetic than your physical development. That's saying something.
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Unread 09-17-2017, 03:23 AM
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Your retorts are possibly more pathetic than your physical development. That's saying something.


@BEATMEOUTTAME: you gave a terrible set of blindly ignorant answers to quite simple questions. The least you can do, rather than argue with people who actually know what they're talking about, is reflect on your mistakes and restart your training from a better place

If you follow people's advice here, you might figure out how to beat some of your plateaus.
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@BEATMEOUTTAME: you gave a terrible set of blindly ignorant answers to quite simple questions. The least you can do, rather than argue with people who actually know what they're talking about, is reflect on your mistakes and restart your training from a better place

If you follow people's advice here, you might figure out how to beat some of your plateaus.
Saying that I'm ignorant, when clearly I know more about the physiology of dieting than you do is absurd.

And right now my weights are soaring upwards.. that is the opposite of plateauing. I'm making strength gains daily.
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Saying that I'm ignorant, when clearly I know more about the physiology of dieting than you do is absurd.

And right now my weights are soaring upwards.. that is the opposite of plateauing. I'm making strength gains daily.
According to your info, you're regaining lost muscle, so muscle memory. Also, by the numbers posted they're newbie/novice gains. Nothing unexpected

But I'm happy to help if you want any advice with routine stuff etc
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Oh lawdy. A 135 lb bench by a supposed grown up 'male' leading to achy rotators are "soaring" lifts. Hahahahhaha. Makes crossfitters look like strongmen.

One helluva Dunning Kruger candidate we got here
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