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ronrev
03-23-2004, 10:16 PM
i need names or pics of bodybuilder over 6ft . i want to look at their body and workout . to help me with my goal and to give me a picture of what to look forward to . it seems the really good bb are short . help me out

erp7e
03-23-2004, 11:16 PM
This isn't exactly a "guru" question and so the post will be moved. Post in the appropriate section.

I don't know how looking at a picture of a tall bodybuilder will help you understand how you "should look." Why not just develop your body to it's fullest muscular potential?

I believe there's been at least one bodybuilder over 6 feet tall, his name was Arnold something and apparently had a movie career too, also maybe became governor of California.

ronrev
03-24-2004, 12:03 AM
not look at there body and workout i meant the way they workout im not a guru thats why i have questions . taller people are diff from shorter pwople sorry i didnt make it clear before help please .

Boxer
03-24-2004, 03:39 AM
I'm six foot too. Train the same way as a short guy would...

Kai
03-24-2004, 09:18 AM
Hi all you 6footers I'm joining the club ;)

WillBrink
03-24-2004, 02:34 PM
Originally posted by ronrev
not look at there body and workout i meant the way they workout im not a guru thats why i have questions . taller people are diff from shorter pwople sorry i didnt make it clear before help please .

Tall people and short people train the same way.

erp7e
03-24-2004, 06:51 PM
Agreed...there is virtually no difference in the exercise prescription based on height alone.

Simon
03-25-2004, 11:52 AM
Originally posted by ronrev
i need names or pics of bodybuilder over 6ft . i want to look at their body and workout . to help me with my goal and to give me a picture of what to look forward to . it seems the really good bb are short . help me out

I'm moving this to the gossip chat section. As far as training goes for taller/shorter guys, there is essentially no difference ronrev.

Some of the very talls guys like Ferrigno, Gunter, etc still do exercises that are supposedly to hard for tall guys like deep squats etc..

Tall and short people do not really train differently in the gym, while some shorter people may have an advatage in basic compound movements such as bench press, it does not effect taller peoples decisions to use such movement.s#

I've been reading a lot of your posts of late mate, and you seem extremely confused and looking for answers to very odd questions.

I have responded each time and tried to help and you have basically ignored the information.

Your searching for some easy path, there is none, and the very last thing you want to do is copy some pro bodybuilders routine with your level of experience, you will be over training in days, and become very discouraged, they all use steroids to get that size, many grossly overtrain and without drugs would be very mediocre physiques.

Listen you bought the ebook mate, USE IT. That's what it's for, you want to gain mass, then follow the diet in MBN, you want to gain mass, then follow the training section in MBN

I don't understand, why your running around like a headless chicken asking such odd questions.

It's all in the book, just set yourself up a routine as described in the charles poluqin chapter, and follow the diet.

Eat and Train, and you will Gain...

That simple

We are always here to help with problems or advice, but your just plain lost, you need a roadmap, and that roadmap is the EBOOK

SIMES

ronrev
03-25-2004, 03:47 PM
when i say im a begginer its like i suppose to automatically still know everything to ask a question here, i am confused dude you seem to not understand that . im not trying to bother anybody ,like when i asked whats the cloest thing to steriods yall were like post somwhere else or somthing but the fact is i dont know nothing about steriods .i do know that i dont want them but i know they work . so i was looking for somthing close i didnt know that was still called steriods im trying to learn here.its like you have to know everything to ask somthing im sorry about posting in the wrong place im just trying to get a start on what i want and need S O R R Y

Simon
03-25-2004, 04:09 PM
Originally posted by ronrev
when i say im a begginer its like i suppose to automatically still know everything to ask a question here, i am confused dude you seem to not understand that . im not trying to bother anybody ,like when i asked whats the cloest thing to steriods yall were like post somwhere else or somthing but the fact is i dont know nothing about steriods .i do know that i dont want them but i know they work . so i was looking for somthing close i didnt know that was still called steriods im trying to learn here.its like you have to know everything to ask somthing im sorry about posting in the wrong place im just trying to get a start on what i want and need S O R R Y

I think we have a failure to communicate. I am trying to help you, I have spent considerable time answering each and everyone of your posts, giving you information to read and links to check, but you dont' seem to want to do that.

Now your asking for bodybuilders who are 6' tall, I explained why that is a non issue

Your confused about diet, I explained about that as well, but ultimately, if you want to gain mass READ THE EBOOK, which is what we have told you now about 4 times, but your still posting questions, which have answers in THE EBOOK.

I just don't know how many more times, we can tell you the same thing, you either will listen or you won't.

We are here to try and help you, but if your choose to ignore us and continue posting more and more questions without reading the EBOOK, what can we do?

erp7e
03-29-2004, 06:01 AM
ronrev--

It's a common inclination to start asking about things like "how do I bench 800 lbs" or "what steroids should I take" when you first start training. Obviously these are completely irrelevant questions. Train your ass off to your natural peak or on your way towards it for at least 10 years before you even think about steroids. So I don't fault you asking, but let's try to steer it back to basics.

You did yourself a big favor by buying one of the best sources of information available for practical knowledge on how to gain muscle size without excess body fat. I've been reading everything I can get my hands on in this subject for several years, and I'm telling you, the info you get from Will Brink and Charles Poliquin is top of the line. You need to learn the basics of how to eat, sleep, train, live like a bodybuilder...learn how to the major exercises correctly and add a lot of weight to them...learn what good food selections are and what poor ones are...etc. These and related issues are the FUNDAMENTALS of resistance training. They are the foundation that everyone must learn and apply for YEARS before you start worrying about some of the stuff you are worried about. Again--I don't blame you! We all were lost at first. I'm just here to let you know. The info's right there in front of you.

What routine to use? Poliquin has told you.

What diet to use? Brink has told you.

If you apply the programs and diets in the ebook diligently and appropriately to your situation and goals, and after some time are not making sufficient progress, then we will be happy to help you troubleshoot like we all do for each other. But it really doesn't matter about how tall you are and things like that. FOCUS. Learn the fundamentals. Cut the crap and forget what everyone else is doing in the gym. Do you want to fit in or do you want results?

Now...before you respond...when was your last meal? More than 3 hours ago? Well then what the hell are you doing here? Go eat. And what are you going to eat? These are the things you should be thinking about.

Don't mean to be harsh...this is all to help you! Good luck. And please read the ebook. You've paid good money for it.