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51  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: What is the worst tasting supplement you've had? on: April 09, 2014, 06:07:46 AM
Muscletech's GAKIC, with honorable mention to Muscletech's Anator P-70 Lips sealed
52  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Damn RIP Ultimate Warrior... on: April 09, 2014, 06:01:05 AM
I was just commenting a few days ago that with all the deaths in bodybuilding, the WWE hasn't had one in awhile. Undecided

Actually, the last one was about a month ago. That was Nelson Frazier, better known as Mabel/ Viscera/ Big Daddy V.

53  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Muscular studs in Africa are NOT superior magical creatures, just BBers on ROIDS on: April 08, 2014, 09:01:33 PM
1) not true, he's posted photos of his entire physique.  Laugh at him if you will, but he's got a very lean, balanced, developed physique.... one that would trump all but 10 posters, give or take

2) numbers don't really matter in bodybuilding, It's about the quality of the physique.  If your goal is to reach a specific weight or measurement, that's fine, but that won't necessarily make your physique better
 
3) yes or no--do you feel that your physique is better than anabolichalo's?  You don't have to post a picture, I'm just curious what you think.  Based off of your comments, it seems like you do think you have a better physique, but i may have misunderstood you

1) I have not seen his physique; and of all the threads of his I've seen him post here, it's been a shot what reportedly is his arm.

2) Agreed. But, Halo doesn't compete (or hasn't competed as of late; unless he just did a show of which I'm not aware). And it was HE, who bragged about his arm being 16", after using steroids.

3) See #1

54  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Muscular studs in Africa are NOT superior magical creatures, just BBers on ROIDS on: April 08, 2014, 08:57:35 PM
I know you would never post a video of your herculean lifting because you're fat, but I can totally tell you are the kind of dorky older lifter who can't let go of ego lifting and being 'big' hence the 'twig' comments.

the sad thing is it's 99% likely that you're much weaker than I am, despite your huge gut and French fry carb ups in honor of Mike Francois




Wrong again, Mawse.

I don't "ego lift" mainly because I don't have to do so and because Father Time has suggested that it's in my best interest not to do so. And, I'm having the darnedest time remembering where I called my lifting "herculean". That's more of that straw man mess you like to use: Falsely attribute a statement to me that I never made and proceed to try and knock it down.

And, considering I've never had a huge gut in my life (even at my worst), your pitiful posting gets more comical.

Furthermore,  your obsession with my alleged "ego lifting" may suggest you're the weakling, perhaps unable to bench your own bodyweight without castrating yourself on the ceiling fan.
55  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Muscular studs in Africa are NOT superior magical creatures, just BBers on ROIDS on: April 08, 2014, 08:00:56 PM
Honest question: do you think your physique is better than Anabolichalo's?

All he's posted is what's supposedly is his arm.

If anybody else posted that he needed steroids to get a 16" arm (especially after talking smack to other posters here about doing such), he'd be ripped apart.

So, how and why is Halo exempt from such criticism, especially since (via his own words) his arm size goes bye-bye when he can't afford the anabolics  which he claims is so cheap to get?
56  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Muscular studs in Africa are NOT superior magical creatures, just BBers on ROIDS on: April 08, 2014, 07:57:44 PM
McWay is a fat (obviously, no picture) delusional middle aged man-child who makes posts that read like parodies but are actually serious

"I suggest you read this months Flex magazine to get an idea of how the pros actually train and eat"


And where did I say that again?

Oh goody! Another twig who can't tie his shoe or do Zumba class, without a syringe......as if my lack of a picture makes the foolishness you and Halo spew any more valid. You've never seen my physique; yet you know I'm 'fat'. How utterly silly is that?

Why don't you talk to your buddy Halo. He's got the steroids (which he claims is quite cheap to get) and he's no more "magical" than the Africans about which he constantly complains. So why does he need anabolics just to get his arms to 16"?

You guys know what the pros REALLY eat, how they train, and what they inject. Yet, you're both hard-pressed to finish a spinning class without the needle.

And Halo just removed the one excuse he had (and perhaps YOU have) for his relative lack of success. And this is the same guy that worships the ground on which Ronnie Coleman walks.


57  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Wrestling Board / Re: Did Paul Bearer's death save the Undertaker's WrestleMania streak? on: April 08, 2014, 07:33:32 PM
Not to mention hes stealing the  spot on the card that could/should be going to a guy like Punk. 1,000,000 pay out for one match and the smalll 4 week buildup leadi g to it.....wow....

Punk got a spot on the card with 'Taker last year and the match was great. He had a spot the year before as champion. Punk has had plenty of spots at 'Mania, which include two consecutive Money-In-The-Bank wins (granted, one was due to Jeff Hardy's suspension), and has hardly been held back by the Deadman.

In fact, when Punk lost the title to Rock, his match with Undertaker was basically a main-event match . The streak thing often equalled or topped the title matches (unless 'Taker was challenging for a belt), particularly over four of the last six WrestleManias: 25, 26, 27, 29.

WM25: Michaels-Taker was the big match, not the WWE title match with Orton and Helmsley.

WM26: Michaels-Taker rematch (Streak vs. Career); main event (over both title matches)

WM27: Taker vs. Helmsley; the consensus was that salvaged the show; people weren't high about the Miz-Cena title match.

WM29: Everybody and their mammy knew Cena was beating Rock for the title (that predictability thing of which you speak). Punk vs.Taker stole the show, with honorable mention to Jericho vs. Fandango.

That's the very reason for my thread. Rumors were running wild that Punk would break the streak. But, I figured if they were going to put Punk over the Deadman, Paul Bearer's death put the kabosh on that.
58  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Wrestling Board / Re: Did Paul Bearer's death save the Undertaker's WrestleMania streak? on: April 08, 2014, 07:26:11 PM
Im glad the streak bullshit is over. Undertaker proved himself and left his mark. Hes too fucking old. At 49...going bald and with two hip replacements, two knee surgeries, a shoulder surgery and now a stage 2 concussion with a neck injury, its time to say goodbye.  
Not to mention the streak got wayyyyy to predictable.  The element of surprise was gone. Why watch the match or better still spend money to watch if you know whos gonna win? Its one thing if your 12 years old....another if your a full grown adult.

You're not making a lot of sense on this one.

WrestleManias have long been predictable. That doesn't mean they aren't good.

WrestleMania 5: As if we didn't know Hogan was going to beat Savage

WrestleMania 7: Same thing with Hogan vs. Slaughter

Basically in the 90s, if the WWF champion was a heel and/or the challenger was a face, the champ was going DOWN.

And did anyone really believe Orton or Batista was going to walk out champion this year? Or Rock would retain the title last year?

THAT is predictable.

59  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Wrestling Board / Re: Did Paul Bearer's death save the Undertaker's WrestleMania streak? on: April 08, 2014, 04:45:45 PM
I just can't help it... Him losing to Lesnar is just beyond my comprehension.

I could have handled HBK or HHH... The Rock even... There's just people I could have seen it going to... but Lesnar?!

I mean, when Hogan got Andre... it was a passing of the torch.

UT isn't passing anything to anyone... Lesnar is never going to be a Legend.

I wouldn't go that far. But, at this point and time, Lesnar is a bad choice. As I've stated repeatedly, 'Taker could have passed the torch to Lesnar without losing (just as Bret Hart did with Steve Austin).

A cheap roll-up, inside-cradle pin for 'Taker (followed by Lesnar beating the holy hell out of 'Taker) would have been PERFECT!!!
60  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Wrestling Board / Re: Did Paul Bearer's death save the Undertaker's WrestleMania streak? on: April 08, 2014, 04:02:00 PM

Don't feel that way, dude.

Most people didn't expect this match to go down the way it did.

Understatement of the century, brother!!!

If what Kurt Angle said was true, why couldn't Vinny Mac put the kabosh on this finish as he did to the WM22 deal?

Again, what does 'Taker have left? He never got to be the 'face' of the company. He never got to be champion for a long time (I think his second WWF title reign was his longest, all of 5 months). And, in the era where the elites get double-digit world title reigns, 'Taker got hosed there. The streak separated him from Hogan, Austin, Rock, Michaels, Hart, Hemsley, Cena, Orton, et. al.

The streak was more precious than any of his title reigns and now it's gone. It just sucks (even though it was Undertaker's call to go out like this).
61  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Wrestling Board / Re: Did Paul Bearer's death save the Undertaker's WrestleMania streak? on: April 08, 2014, 03:49:20 PM
I have to eat my words anyway... I said he would never lose... and I'm an idiot for saying so.

I can not believe they have HHH and HBK do a job, but Lesnar gets the W.

I am dumbfounded and a buffoon.


Also looking back, I saw a video on YouTube with Kurt Angle, on why he left WWE. Angle claims that 'Taker wanted him to end the streak. But, McMahon wasn't having it. So, the deal was to have Angle beat him at No Way Out; and Undertaker got fed Mark Henry at 'Mania, instead.
62  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Wrestling Board / Re: Did Paul Bearer's death save the Undertaker's WrestleMania streak? on: April 08, 2014, 03:35:47 PM
Remember this thread from last year? Looking back at this (and what just happened this year at 'Mania), it makes me wonder if what I said last year had any validity.
63  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Wrestling Board / Re: Taker vs. Lesnar (threads merged): on: April 08, 2014, 03:17:04 PM
Just had a chance to watch Mania today and even though I am a big Taker fan and wanted to see the streak remain intact, it is better that it has finally ended. He looked way past it, definitely not capable of another big match next year. You would have to believe that this will be his last match. Going out with the defeat is the way the greats have done it at Mania - Austin, Michaels, Flair (although he keeps coming back) and Taker was keeping up that tradition.

I'm not sure if Lesnar was the right guy though, simply because he is already over no matter what. Beating Taker would've been the ultimate way to get somebody over who WWE are trying to push (timing was not right for Bray Wyatt or Cesaro but these are the types of wrestlers I mean).

And that's why I said that they should have put Brock over WM27-style by having him pound 'Taker into oblivion yet having the Deadman roll him up or catch him in a new submission move for the win.

I could have seen Lesnar going for that 3rd F-5, only to have 'Taker slide out of it, inside-cradle Lesnar for the 1-2-3. Lesnar then goes nuts and completely gets medieval on 'Taker, breaks his arms, legs, whatever.

He'd be the guy that destroyed the Undertaker......but 'Taker would still be undefeated at WrestleMania.

I know this was the Deadman's call (in part, if not wholecloth); but if I'm part of the WWE brass, I politick with 'Taker and plead with him (as a "Thank you" for all he's done for the company) to let the streak stay intact.
64  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Muscular studs in Africa are NOT superior magical creatures, just BBers on ROIDS on: April 08, 2014, 01:37:08 PM
nothing is what it seems

getbiggers are simpletons

And you're a getbigger, one with a major envy complex coupled with a serious streak of laziness.

65  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Muscular studs in Africa are NOT superior magical creatures, just BBers on ROIDS on: April 08, 2014, 01:36:10 PM
Actually, anyone with a brain wouldn't be spending so much time worrying what other people think about people in africa who may/may not be using steroids.

He needs to soothe his bruised ego about his anabolic use for (at-best) modest results.
66  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Muscular studs in Africa are NOT superior magical creatures, just BBers on ROIDS on: April 08, 2014, 01:28:54 PM
mcway probably lets black men fuck his wife

My wife has nothing to do with your pitiful pouting. Again, you are simply mad as hell because of the perception that black people don't need as many drugs to get the type of physique you envy.

It's pretty pathetic on your end. You claim testoterone is so cheap and black people aren't magical creatures. So, why are those physiques so much better than yours?

I can't imagine why you got booted off the steroid forum.

67  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Muscular studs in Africa are NOT superior magical creatures, just BBers on ROIDS on: April 08, 2014, 01:22:16 PM
Yep...
And the first dude he posted is a competitive bodybuilder
http://www.africanmuscle.com/athlete.php?ID=37

What he doesn't quite grasp is that, the more he posts this mess, the more he exposes how pitiful he is.

If these Africans aren't 'superior magical creatures' (as he put it) and they're taking steroids (just like him), that means there are other factors as to why they are so much bigger and stronger than he is, namely hard and smart work in the gym and at the kitchen table.
68  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Muscular studs in Africa are NOT superior magical creatures, just BBers on ROIDS on: April 08, 2014, 01:15:16 PM
imagine if you had his genetics and along with what he is taking and what you are taking (assuming your stuff is better quality).
You would get the girls. And you still wouldn't be happy.

Even if he did, he still wouldn't look as good....because you still have to put in the work to get a great physique. And he won't do that; he's too lazy.
69  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Muscular studs in Africa are NOT superior magical creatures, just BBers on ROIDS on: April 08, 2014, 01:02:16 PM
Any bodybuilder that looks better than you are on steroids, there do feel better now.

That's the gist of it. He's looking for validation for his steroid use, for obtaining what some would consider modest gains.

70  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Muscular studs in Africa are NOT superior magical creatures, just BBers on ROIDS on: April 08, 2014, 10:51:01 AM
It depends on the region. If you are talking about a tiny Masai village in the middle of nowhere than itís fair to assume that the guy is clean and living off the basics.

If you are looking at African gyms in the major cities (Mombasa, Lagos etc) than I'm sure that they have access to steroids and other substances.
You will be able to find such stuff in every city in the world. I remember when Afghanistan held its first BB competition after the fall of the Taliban; the competitors were clearly long term juicers.

I know this guy in the gym originally from Zimbabwe and we were taking about Michael Clarke Duncan after his death. This guy was like "Yeah, he had health problems because he was taking steroids. Back home, lot of young guys take steroids to look like the wrestlers they see on TV and end up having heart problems" Cheesy

Having said that, West African clearly have superior genetics as far as bodybuilding goes.

I still have my Masai club I got back in 2006. I actually had to have that taken out of my bag and checked separately, since it was technically a weapon.
71  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Muscular studs in Africa are NOT superior magical creatures, just BBers on ROIDS on: April 08, 2014, 10:45:00 AM
Of course this guy is on. He looks like a lightweight Dex Jackson. Complete with same chest and high lats. Also has that "thick skin" look as well.

That's not the issue here. Anabolichalo gets his biscuits burned, when someone suggests that black people can build a certain amount of muscle, far more than what he currently has, without steroids or with very little of them.

So, he dredges this up to scream, SEE, SEE!!! HE'S BLACK AND HE USES STEROIDS; SO I HAVE TO USE THEM TO....just to get 16" arms and pick up girls in a night club".


And, of course, the guy he uses is part and parcel of every bodybuilder on the entire continent of Africa (or at least, in the country of Nigeria).
72  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Wrestling Board / Re: So, who else enjoyed the show? on: April 08, 2014, 10:32:16 AM
This WM was special because there was the element of surprise. No one expected Taker to lose...Cesaro to win the BR ...etc. When its predictable its shit. Love the crowd expressions.

It sucked after 'Taker lost.

Everybody and their mammy knew Bryan was walking out champion. What was more predictable than that?

I thought that, if there were any surprise, it'd be both Helmsley and Bryan getting put in the title match.

73  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Wrestling Board / Re: sting at wrestlemania 31 on: April 08, 2014, 10:29:09 AM



Nikki has made that job easier. She's the one with the implants; and she's about 10 lbs heavier, more junk in the trunk than Brie Grin.
74  Getbig Bodybuilding Boards / History - Stories - and Memories / Re: bill pearl tribute thread on: April 08, 2014, 10:27:28 AM
Bill Pearl is one of my favorite old-school bodybuilders who doesn't get nearly enough praise for his accomplishment.

In 1971, he mopped up the floor with three-time Mr. Olympia, Sergio Oliva, along with Dave Draper, Frank Zane, and several other IFBB legends, to win the NABBA Universe.

I remember using his "20 Months to a Champion's Physique" articles in IronMan magazine. That was great stuff. "Train; don't strain", similar to Haney's "Stimulate; don't annihilate" mantra. That's when I stopped training to failure, which helped me recover from my workouts.
75  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Guys playing CHESS in the gym........I thought I'd seen it all, silliness-wise on: April 08, 2014, 10:11:18 AM


Is playing chess in the gym really worse than squatting on the smith machine?

The regular squat rack was being used. And I was in a hurry.

 Grin
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