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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    I’m saying for a dude to go out and pursue a bodybuilder lifestyle to chase gains is a bad idea if you want to be healthy.
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    genuine questions, at what point would you consider muscle hypertrophy and/or the so called "bodybuilder lifestyle" becomes unhealthy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkoz View Post
    I think you missed the point
    pretty much


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    Quote Originally Posted by showdownhero View Post
    genuine questions, at what point would you consider muscle hypertrophy and/or the so called "bodybuilder lifestyle" becomes unhealthy?
    Firstly, not sure what that “lifestyle” is, maybe you can elude to what that is.

    i think I already wrote why “I think” it can be unhealthy.
    lifting weights is so good if done right it can produce very fast growth it’s when growth slows that people get into a pickle in terms of injury, mental issues, drug taking and in most cases atrophy (doing more than is required).
    id guarantee that a seasoned trading would be better off doing less.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    Firstly, not sure what that “lifestyle” is, maybe you can elude to what that is.
    I'm not entirely sure myself but it was you that mentioned it initially
    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    I’m saying for a dude to go out and pursue a bodybuilder lifestyle to chase gains is a bad idea if you want to be healthy.
    But, actions verify priorities
    i think I already wrote why “I think” it can be unhealthy.
    lifting weights is so good if done right it can produce very fast growth it’s when growth slows that people get into a pickle in terms of injury, mental issues, drug taking and in most cases atrophy (doing more than is required).
    id guarantee that a seasoned trading would be better off doing less.
    fair points, well made. thanks for sharing your thoughts
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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodyAllen View Post
    Yeah. 200kg is way too much. Nobody could do that. It would kill them. Very unhealthy.



    That was my point, it was a piss take. Every young bloke thinks they wants to be a special in gym and get huge and strong, fuck health, most don’t even make it to a 200kg squat which isn’t impressive anyway.
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    The lifespan of non athletes is not statistically significantly different to the lifespan of athletes.

    Bodybuilding is different. Taken to its extreme, it is a homosexual practice designed to cause harm to the body. Take the roids, die.


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    Quote Originally Posted by showdownhero View Post
    genuine questions, at what point would you consider muscle hypertrophy and/or the so called "bodybuilder lifestyle" becomes unhealthy?
    when u start taking steroids in large doses


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    Quote Originally Posted by vonfram88 View Post
    The lifespan of non athletes is not statistically significantly different to the lifespan of athletes.

    Bodybuilding is different. Taken to its extreme, it is a homosexual practice designed to cause harm to the body. Take the roids, die.


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