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Hey let's start the new years resolution to get in shape early!

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Not as snide as I would have liked, but good nonetheless. My issues has been and always will be football season and beer. Once the season's over, I become an Adonis within 5 weeks.

And seeing as I root for the Huskers and the Panthers, booze is an absolute necessity.

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Month 11 of last year's new years resolution is almost complete... Been steady at 17 pounds of muscle gained for a few months now.

<< Can bench press all of you

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OK... where'd the real Fiz go?

This is good info for people... my membership at Gold's doesn't cost as much as he mentions, but otherwise, spot on.

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fiz typically comes above board when it comes to diet/exercise. No shock to me.

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Plus you can scream and feel awesome.

Never pegged you as a screamer

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Month 11 of last year's new years resolution is almost complete... Been steady at 17 pounds of muscle gained for a few months now.

<< Can bench press all of you

That is really good Jase.....besides working out, what else did you do? My son is wanting to beef up and although he is working out a lot, he can't seem to put on pounds. He is only 16 and I refuse to let him have supplements.

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That is really good Jase.....besides working out, what else did you do? My son is wanting to beef up and although he is working out a lot, he can't seem to put on pounds. He is only 16 and I refuse to let him have supplements.

don't let him if he's obviously still growing.

if he's as tall as he's going to get, there's really not much you can do. He has to fill out naturally. Most people don't hit their physical stride until their mid twenties, it's just that they've become completely sedentary by then and it doesn't matter.

there's really not much harm in protein shakes, but at his age there isn't much point either. just make sure (and this is if he's still growing. if he's 5'2 with size 13 feet he's not done) he eats a healthy diet, high protein, lots of good calories.

but honestly being a full time student + homework really doesn't lend itself to serious working out. the time commitment as well as diet dedication is really hard to do, especially when you've been at class all day and OH MY GOD A BAG OF OREOS

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also what is he doing when he works out?

if he's like every single other 16 year old i see, probably nothing worth doing

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damn fiz, good stuff... rep if i could

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That is really good Jase.....besides working out, what else did you do? My son is wanting to beef up and although he is working out a lot, he can't seem to put on pounds. He is only 16 and I refuse to let him have supplements.

Not much really. I've found that the "want to" to get stronger and push the extra rep or two does more good than anything.

Also, not taking time off. If I skip two workouts, it seems like I'm making up for a month's worth of work when I come back.

(For the record, I might have gained 17 pounds but I still look like a skinny f*cker)

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