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Unread 06-19-2009, 10:17 PM
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I guess: YES
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yea, well according to Martin's model I am already there. frak
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I think it's interesting to say that one can reach maximum potential within 4-5 years. man this is scary
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lol lyle just announced the end of the world lol
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I think it's interesting to say that one can reach maximum potential within 4-5 years. man this is scary
Casey Butt suggests that within 3 years of proper training that ~95% of your potential can be achieved.
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Unread 06-20-2009, 01:54 AM
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i'm gonna take a tape measure out tomorrow and cry at the results, given the fact that I'm sure I have the skinniest wrist/ankle of any man my height in the universe lol
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Take a guess and I'll tell you if you're right.
I'm going to guess that the answer is yes, nature hates us all.

If your body doesn't want to pack on any more muscle, well, that leaves one place for the calories to go.

What I want to hear involves the oft-sought magic.

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i'm gonna take a tape measure out tomorrow and cry at the results, given the fact that I'm sure I have the skinniest wrist/ankle of any man my height in the universe lol
20 bucks says I got you beat.
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Unread 06-20-2009, 10:37 AM
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so here is what Casey Butt's Calc gave me
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Maximum Muscular Bodyweight and Measurements Calculator

Height: 68 in
Wrist: 6 in
Ankle: 9 in

Your estimated maximum muscular bodyweight at ~10% bodyfat is: 185.1 lbs

Your estimated maximum muscular measurements (@ ~8%-10% bodyfat) are:

Chest: 45 in Biceps: 15.6 in
Forearms: 12.5 in Neck: 15.3 in
Thighs: 24.8 in Calves: 16.6 in
without taking measurements I am almost sure my thighs are there. Probably safe to say I could drop leg work to maintenance and focus on other areas. this really makes me hate life. However being 185lbs at 10% is going to be awesome.

here is another set of numbers from the HST website

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The WeighTrainer
Maximum Muscular Bodyweight and Measurements Calculator

Height: 69 in Wrist: 6.25 in
Ankle: 8.25 in

Your estimated maximum muscular bodyweight at ~10% bodyfat is: 185.7 lbs

Your estimated maximum muscular measurements (@ ~8%-10% bodyfat) are:

Chest: 44.7 in Biceps: 16 in
Forearms: 12.8 in Neck: 15.7 in
Thighs: 23.9 in Calves: 16 in
JC, dude, htf are my wrists bigger than yours? no way in hell lol

i must be measuring something incorrectly

so according to this I'm 28 lb of LBM away from my potential, guess I'm still a half newb

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