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« Reply #50 on: July 28, 2014, 06:53:26 AM »

1997 USA Championships - NPC


Overall Winner Kenneth Brown

HeavyWeight
1     Kenneth Brown
2     Leo Ingram
3     Melvin Anthony
4     Aaron Maddron
5     Tevita Aholelei
6     David Palumbo
7     Garrett Downing
8     Jimmy Lee (3)
9     Tom Prince
10     Arne List
11     Mat DuVall
12     Michael Morris
13     Mike Patton
14     Daniel Freeman (1)
15     Edgar Fletcher
16     Bob Cicherillo

Light-HeavyWeight
1     Jason Arntz
2     Craig Richardson
3     Parenthesis Devers
4     Fred Bigot
5     Henrik Thamasian
6     Darien Bond
7     Jeff Lauber
8     William Reese
9     Butch McCowen
10     Vince Galanti
11     Mark Perry
12     Richie Maynard
13     Joe Tong
14     Rodney St Cloud
15     Tomas Rey Jimenez

MiddleWeight
1     Johnny Stewart
2     Stephen Cantone
3     Robert Mason
4     Jeffery Scott
5     Rene Endara
6     Krisna Dim
7     Chris Hadokowitz
8     Michael Broadway
9     Roger Zarate
10     Patrick Matsuda
11     Jason Young
12     James Matsko
13     Israel Morales
14     Richard Madama
15     Shannon Feliciano

LightWeight
1     Richard Jackson
2     Peter Fong
3     Eddy Fequiere
4     Gregory Peeples
5     Noel Thompson
6     Randy Jackson (2)
7     Alan Motooka
8     Mark Siverd
9     Scott Livingstone
10     Preston Cannon
11     Rehan Jalali
12     Chalmes Brown
13     Johnny Maldonado

BantamWeight
1     Roland Aki
2     Doug Davis
3     Marco Margiotta
4     Art DeCuna
5     Clifton Torres
6     John Ligsay
7     Robert Alexander
8     Mitch Mico
9     Anthony Lattimore

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1996 USA Championships - NPC


Overall Winner Craig Titus

HeavyWeight
1     Craig Titus
2     Tom Prince
3     Edgar Fletcher
4     Gerard Dente
5     Garrett Downing
6     Darryl Thornton
7     David Palumbo
8     Ron Flowers
9     Jimmy Lee (3)
10     Curtis Leffler
11     Leo Ingram
12     George Turmon
13     Greg Reid
14     John Cutri
15     Mark Natalli
-     Chris Aceto
-     Patrick Beatty
-     Jerry Darth
-     Nicholas Dixon
-     David Hughes
-     Bill Smallwood

Light-HeavyWeight
1     Sylvester Soloman
2     Fred Bigot
3     Parenthesis Devers
4     Henrik Thamasian
5     Daniel Wiegand
6     Armand Peri
7     Vince Galanti
8     Troy Alves
9     Harold Chery
10     Herman Johnson
11     Darnell Dedrick
12     Winston Williams Jr
13     Tab Hunter
14     Simpson Bannister
15     Gary Kakiuchi
-     Darren Dowden
-     Jay Etchings
-     Aaron Lewis
-     Leland Pawlak
-     Jerry Standifird
-     Donnie Whetstone

MiddleWeight
1     Richard Williams (2)
2     Mark Eldridge
3     Danny Hester
4     Brian Dawson (1)
5     Joe Fregenti
6     Craig Santiago
7     Eric Otero
8     Rene Endara
9     Benoti Carpenter
10     Michael Cambra
11     Al Nishi
12     Lenny Bartletto
13     Michael Markie
14     Jim Walker
15     George Farah
17     James L Nathan
18     Maris Lee
-     Terrance McPeters

LightWeight
1     Tom Doyle
2     Jay Crotty
3     Ko Chandetka
4     John Traynor
5     Noel Thompson
6     Randy Jackson (2)
7     Patrick Losey
8     Philip Bradfield
9     Mark Siverd
10     Jerry Chow
11     William Coulter
12     Tony Lapolla
13     Julio DelRio
14     Michael King (2)
15     Rehan Jalali
16     Richard Weiss
17     Robert Greene

BantamWeight
1     Eric Yamashita
2     Art DeCuna
3     Seriryth Lendre
4     Clifton Torres
5     Dominic Garcia
6     Ricky Peoples
7     Bob Willyerd
8     Ron Caluya
9     Al Leskys

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1995 USA Championships - NPC


Overall Winner Philip Hernon Jr

HeavyWeight
1     Philip Hernon Jr
2     Craig Titus
3     Gerard Dente
4     Ron Flowers
5     Bill Smith [2]
6     Antony Best
7     David Palumbo
8     Kurt Harris
9     Mike Patton
10     Jose Pepi Feliu
11     Bill Wilmore
12     Kevin Holley
13     Kim Nix
14     Joel Cutulle
15     Bob Cicherillo

Light-HeavyWeight
1     Dexter Jackson
2     Henrik Thamasian
3     Harold Chery
4     Greg Davis
5     Michael Morris
6     Frank Bardales
7     Payam Mahmoodzadeh
8     James Restivo
9     Jeff Gauthier
10     Donald Rice
11     George Amadeo
12     Darrell Terrell
13     Scott Demers
14     Donnie Whetstone
15     Mark Morini

MiddleWeight
1     Joseph Lazzaro (2)
2     Tomas Rey Jimenez
3     Armando Kagaoan
4     Damon Island
5     Jerry Standifird
6     Marc Stone
7     James Walker Jr
8     Richard Williams (2)
9     Todd Cummins
10     James Hoch
11     Randy Jackson (2)
12     Brian Dawson (1)
13     Donny Estill
14     Chris Berger
15     Ed Pariso

LightWeight
1     Michael Ryan
2     Philip Bradfield
3     Lowell Blake
4     Chalmes Brown
5     Adrian Mendez

BantamWeight
1     Ken Jones
2     Sereiryth Leandre
3     Garrett Atterberry
4     Dominic Garcia
5     Reynaldo Caluya
6     Casey Mitzel
7     Danny Sun
8     Adam Schaub
9     Danny Nolting
10     Kevin Hughes
11     Steven Kelley

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1998 USA Championships - NPC


Overall Winner Dennis James

Super-HeavyWeight
1     Dennis James
2     Melvin Anthony
3     Orville Burke
4     Aaron Maddron
5     Daniel Freeman (1)
6     David Nelson
7     Erik Fromm
8     Justin Brooks
9     Leo Ingram
10     Leon Parker
11     Jack Wadsworth
12     William Harse
13     Kevin Sosamon
14     Brad Hollibaugh

HeavyWeight
1     Jason Arntz
2     Tevita Aholelei
3     Garrett Downing
4     Rodney Davis
5     John King (2)
6     Joseph Carlton Jr
7     Darrell Terrell
8     William Matlock
9     Rusty Jeffers
10     Shilbert Ferguson
11     Joseph Patterson
12     Hans Hopstaken
13     Dan Fine
14     Joel Cutulle
15     Christopher Bennett

Light-HeavyWeight
1     Troy Alves
2     Robert Lopez
3     Parenthesis Devers
4     Joseph Hubbard (2)
5     James Restivo
6     Andre Scott
7     Michael Cruthird
8     Charles Ray Arde
9     Darryl Holsey
10     Rommy Abdallah
11     Leonardo Pita
12     Samuel Jordan
13     Jon Voryes
14     Charles Lawson
15     Eric Dixon
-     David Coleman

MiddleWeight
1     Richard Longwith
2     Stephen Cantone
3     Kevin Creeden
4     Paul Smith (3)
5     Stephen Williams
6     Ron Norman
7     Steve Dufrene
8     Craig Santiago
9     Tito Raymond
10     Krisna Dim
11     Garrett Townsend
12     Mark Dugdale
13     Patrick Matsuda
14     Tommy Potenza
15     Jason Coates
17     Randall Samuels
18     Bryant Zamora
19     Nino Siciliano
20     Arnold Watkins
-     Mike Cox

LightWeight
1     Randy Jackson (2)
2     Rey Ronquillo
3     Bertram Stiff
4     James Allen (3)
5     Lester Coaker
6     Randolph Belton
7     Alan Motooka
8     Tim Gardner
9     Larry Manuel
10     Anthony Duckwall

BantamWeight
1     Randy Leppala    photo from this contest
2     Ronald Nurse
3     Steven Gaver
4     Jonathan Hunt (1)
5     Thomas Armstrong Jr
6     Clifton Torres
7     Gary Passmore
8     Lance Harano
9     Jim King
10     Michael King (2)
11     Steve Kluger
12     Paul Sake
13     John Ligsay
14     Paul Antoague
15     Anthony Lattimore
16     Matthew Alloy
17     Dusty Bush
18     Michael D Smith

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« Reply #51 on: July 28, 2014, 07:01:50 AM »

97 ALONE 18 FUTURE PRO'S COMPETED ...
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« Reply #52 on: July 28, 2014, 07:08:50 AM »

97 ALONE 18 FUTURE PRO'S COMPETED ...
Yup.....you could go back even further and most of the superheavys would beat todays guys easily.


Bob Chick had a helluva` time turning pro not because he was a bad bodybuilder,he looked great,his class was just stacked deep with talent year after year.
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« Reply #53 on: July 28, 2014, 07:55:20 AM »

18 IN 98 AS WELL SOME ARE SAME NAMES THO AS PREVIOUS...
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« Reply #54 on: July 28, 2014, 07:57:11 AM »

18 IN 98 AS WELL SOME ARE SAME NAMES THO AS PREVIOUS...
And most of them are of legend status which todays guys will never be aside from the Mr. O winners.
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« Reply #55 on: July 28, 2014, 08:08:47 AM »

These new bodybuilders are all drugs they have no base at all, these days you have average dudes with good genes taking hardcore stack for a few years blow up like a balloon and become a pro, when you see these guys train its a fucking joke they just crawl from machine to machine crunching out reps its so boring you could fall asleep watching them train.
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« Reply #56 on: July 28, 2014, 08:18:26 AM »

These new bodybuilders are all drugs they have no base at all, these days you have average dudes with good genes taking hardcore stack for a few years blow up like a balloon and become a pro, when you see these guys train its a fucking joke they just crawl from machine to machine crunching out reps its so boring you could fall asleep watching them train.
THIS..
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« Reply #57 on: July 28, 2014, 08:24:00 AM »

There isnt Snythol in his arm.Its called a log arm.He has no peak genetically.Alot of Italian men have log arms.They are big, but there is no peak.Its called bad bicep genetics.Plus he probably doesnt do concentration curls to try to bring out the peak.
A log arm is a genetic curse in bodybulding.They could be 21" but look 18" on stage without a peak.I had a friend who had 16" arms.They looked 17 1/2" unflexed.But when he flexed them they looked 19" because he had a boyer Coe peak.His arm had a ball on top of his arm.
It was insane.He could have been a pro bodybuilder, but he was always in trouble.
He had small bones and round muscle bellies.He was a white guy to,lol.
He would train just enough to get women.Which he did very well with.He was with over 100 women by the time he was 18, no joke.He had a friggin list on his bedroom wall.
He would show girls after the fact to get rid of them.Which it did, lol

Some females also suffer from this in the pec region, for example our very own Booty once suffered from Log Chest.
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« Reply #58 on: July 28, 2014, 02:49:40 PM »

There isnt Snythol in his arm.Its called a log arm.He has no peak genetically.Alot of Italian men have log arms.They are big, but there is no peak.Its called bad bicep genetics.Plus he probably doesnt do concentration curls to try to bring out the peak.
A log arm is a genetic curse in bodybulding.They could be 21" but look 18" on stage without a peak.I had a friend who had 16" arms.They looked 17 1/2" unflexed.But when he flexed them they looked 19" because he had a boyer Coe peak.His arm had a ball on top of his arm.
It was insane.He could have been a pro bodybuilder, but he was always in trouble.
He had small bones and round muscle bellies.He was a white guy to,lol.
He would train just enough to get women.Which he did very well with.He was with over 100 women by the time he was 18, no joke.He had a friggin list on his bedroom wall.
He would show girls after the fact to get rid of them.Which it did, lol

lol. you dont have a clue do you?
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« Reply #60 on: July 28, 2014, 02:52:36 PM »

These new bodybuilders are all drugs they have no base at all, these days you have average dudes with good genes taking hardcore stack for a few years blow up like a balloon and become a pro, when you see these guys train its a fucking joke they just crawl from machine to machine crunching out reps its so boring you could fall asleep watching them train.

Yeah and a guy named Jason huh comes to mind

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« Reply #61 on: July 28, 2014, 02:53:25 PM »

Some females also suffer from this in the pec region, for example our very own Booty once suffered from Log Chest.

Hahaha!! Grin wtf!?!!
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« Reply #62 on: July 28, 2014, 02:54:50 PM »

upper body looks a bit like Nasser in the FDB and levrone/Nasser in the RDB.
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« Reply #63 on: July 28, 2014, 02:56:05 PM »

18 IN 98 AS WELL SOME ARE SAME NAMES THO AS PREVIOUS...
1998 1st place Middleweight, Richard Longwith, was Shawn Ray's training partner.
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« Reply #64 on: July 28, 2014, 05:59:55 PM »

There isnt Snythol in his arm.Its called a log arm.He has no peak genetically.Alot of Italian men have log arms.They are big, but there is no peak.Its called bad bicep genetics.Plus he probably doesnt do concentration curls to try to bring out the peak.
A log arm is a genetic curse in bodybulding.They could be 21" but look 18" on stage without a peak.I had a friend who had 16" arms.They looked 17 1/2" unflexed.But when he flexed them they looked 19" because he had a boyer Coe peak.His arm had a ball on top of his arm.
It was insane.He could have been a pro bodybuilder, but he was always in trouble.
He had small bones and round muscle bellies.He was a white guy to,lol.
He would train just enough to get women.Which he did very well with.He was with over 100 women by the time he was 18, no joke.He had a friggin list on his bedroom wall.
He would show girls after the fact to get rid of them.Which it did, lol

Lord help this man.

Please tell us you married your "friend." You were clearly in love with him.
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« Reply #65 on: July 28, 2014, 06:04:25 PM »

Trigli has no back
no width AND no thickness

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« Reply #66 on: July 28, 2014, 06:04:32 PM »

1997 USA Championships - NPC


Overall Winner Kenneth Brown

HeavyWeight
1     Kenneth Brown
2     Leo Ingram
3     Melvin Anthony
4     Aaron Maddron
5     Tevita Aholelei
6     David Palumbo
7     Garrett Downing
8     Jimmy Lee (3)
9     Tom Prince
10     Arne List
11     Mat DuVall
12     Michael Morris
13     Mike Patton
14     Daniel Freeman (1)
15     Edgar Fletcher
16     Bob Cicherillo

Light-HeavyWeight
1     Jason Arntz
2     Craig Richardson
3     Parenthesis Devers
4     Fred Bigot
5     Henrik Thamasian
6     Darien Bond
7     Jeff Lauber
8     William Reese
9     Butch McCowen
10     Vince Galanti
11     Mark Perry
12     Richie Maynard
13     Joe Tong
14     Rodney St Cloud
15     Tomas Rey Jimenez

MiddleWeight
1     Johnny Stewart
2     Stephen Cantone
3     Robert Mason
4     Jeffery Scott
5     Rene Endara
6     Krisna Dim
7     Chris Hadokowitz
8     Michael Broadway
9     Roger Zarate
10     Patrick Matsuda
11     Jason Young
12     James Matsko
13     Israel Morales
14     Richard Madama
15     Shannon Feliciano

LightWeight
1     Richard Jackson
2     Peter Fong
3     Eddy Fequiere
4     Gregory Peeples
5     Noel Thompson
6     Randy Jackson (2)
7     Alan Motooka
8     Mark Siverd
9     Scott Livingstone
10     Preston Cannon
11     Rehan Jalali
12     Chalmes Brown
13     Johnny Maldonado

BantamWeight
1     Roland Aki
2     Doug Davis
3     Marco Margiotta
4     Art DeCuna
5     Clifton Torres
6     John Ligsay
7     Robert Alexander
8     Mitch Mico
9     Anthony Lattimore

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1996 USA Championships - NPC


Overall Winner Craig Titus

HeavyWeight
1     Craig Titus
2     Tom Prince
3     Edgar Fletcher
4     Gerard Dente
5     Garrett Downing
6     Darryl Thornton
7     David Palumbo
8     Ron Flowers
9     Jimmy Lee (3)
10     Curtis Leffler
11     Leo Ingram
12     George Turmon
13     Greg Reid
14     John Cutri
15     Mark Natalli
-     Chris Aceto
-     Patrick Beatty
-     Jerry Darth
-     Nicholas Dixon
-     David Hughes
-     Bill Smallwood

Light-HeavyWeight
1     Sylvester Soloman
2     Fred Bigot
3     Parenthesis Devers
4     Henrik Thamasian
5     Daniel Wiegand
6     Armand Peri
7     Vince Galanti
8     Troy Alves
9     Harold Chery
10     Herman Johnson
11     Darnell Dedrick
12     Winston Williams Jr
13     Tab Hunter
14     Simpson Bannister
15     Gary Kakiuchi
-     Darren Dowden
-     Jay Etchings
-     Aaron Lewis
-     Leland Pawlak
-     Jerry Standifird
-     Donnie Whetstone

MiddleWeight
1     Richard Williams (2)
2     Mark Eldridge
3     Danny Hester
4     Brian Dawson (1)
5     Joe Fregenti
6     Craig Santiago
7     Eric Otero
8     Rene Endara
9     Benoti Carpenter
10     Michael Cambra
11     Al Nishi
12     Lenny Bartletto
13     Michael Markie
14     Jim Walker
15     George Farah
17     James L Nathan
18     Maris Lee
-     Terrance McPeters

LightWeight
1     Tom Doyle
2     Jay Crotty
3     Ko Chandetka
4     John Traynor
5     Noel Thompson
6     Randy Jackson (2)
7     Patrick Losey
8     Philip Bradfield
9     Mark Siverd
10     Jerry Chow
11     William Coulter
12     Tony Lapolla
13     Julio DelRio
14     Michael King (2)
15     Rehan Jalali
16     Richard Weiss
17     Robert Greene

BantamWeight
1     Eric Yamashita
2     Art DeCuna
3     Seriryth Lendre
4     Clifton Torres
5     Dominic Garcia
6     Ricky Peoples
7     Bob Willyerd
8     Ron Caluya
9     Al Leskys

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1995 USA Championships - NPC


Overall Winner Philip Hernon Jr

HeavyWeight
1     Philip Hernon Jr
2     Craig Titus
3     Gerard Dente
4     Ron Flowers
5     Bill Smith [2]
6     Antony Best
7     David Palumbo
8     Kurt Harris
9     Mike Patton
10     Jose Pepi Feliu
11     Bill Wilmore
12     Kevin Holley
13     Kim Nix
14     Joel Cutulle
15     Bob Cicherillo

Light-HeavyWeight
1     Dexter Jackson
2     Henrik Thamasian
3     Harold Chery
4     Greg Davis
5     Michael Morris
6     Frank Bardales
7     Payam Mahmoodzadeh
8     James Restivo
9     Jeff Gauthier
10     Donald Rice
11     George Amadeo
12     Darrell Terrell
13     Scott Demers
14     Donnie Whetstone
15     Mark Morini

MiddleWeight
1     Joseph Lazzaro (2)
2     Tomas Rey Jimenez
3     Armando Kagaoan
4     Damon Island
5     Jerry Standifird
6     Marc Stone
7     James Walker Jr
8     Richard Williams (2)
9     Todd Cummins
10     James Hoch
11     Randy Jackson (2)
12     Brian Dawson (1)
13     Donny Estill
14     Chris Berger
15     Ed Pariso

LightWeight
1     Michael Ryan
2     Philip Bradfield
3     Lowell Blake
4     Chalmes Brown
5     Adrian Mendez

BantamWeight
1     Ken Jones
2     Sereiryth Leandre
3     Garrett Atterberry
4     Dominic Garcia
5     Reynaldo Caluya
6     Casey Mitzel
7     Danny Sun
8     Adam Schaub
9     Danny Nolting
10     Kevin Hughes
11     Steven Kelley

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1998 USA Championships - NPC


Overall Winner Dennis James

Super-HeavyWeight
1     Dennis James
2     Melvin Anthony
3     Orville Burke
4     Aaron Maddron
5     Daniel Freeman (1)
6     David Nelson
7     Erik Fromm
8     Justin Brooks
9     Leo Ingram
10     Leon Parker
11     Jack Wadsworth
12     William Harse
13     Kevin Sosamon
14     Brad Hollibaugh

HeavyWeight
1     Jason Arntz
2     Tevita Aholelei
3     Garrett Downing
4     Rodney Davis
5     John King (2)
6     Joseph Carlton Jr
7     Darrell Terrell
8     William Matlock
9     Rusty Jeffers
10     Shilbert Ferguson
11     Joseph Patterson
12     Hans Hopstaken
13     Dan Fine
14     Joel Cutulle
15     Christopher Bennett

Light-HeavyWeight
1     Troy Alves
2     Robert Lopez
3     Parenthesis Devers
4     Joseph Hubbard (2)
5     James Restivo
6     Andre Scott
7     Michael Cruthird
8     Charles Ray Arde
9     Darryl Holsey
10     Rommy Abdallah
11     Leonardo Pita
12     Samuel Jordan
13     Jon Voryes
14     Charles Lawson
15     Eric Dixon
-     David Coleman

MiddleWeight
1     Richard Longwith
2     Stephen Cantone
3     Kevin Creeden
4     Paul Smith (3)
5     Stephen Williams
6     Ron Norman
7     Steve Dufrene
8     Craig Santiago
9     Tito Raymond
10     Krisna Dim
11     Garrett Townsend
12     Mark Dugdale
13     Patrick Matsuda
14     Tommy Potenza
15     Jason Coates
17     Randall Samuels
18     Bryant Zamora
19     Nino Siciliano
20     Arnold Watkins
-     Mike Cox

LightWeight
1     Randy Jackson (2)
2     Rey Ronquillo
3     Bertram Stiff
4     James Allen (3)
5     Lester Coaker
6     Randolph Belton
7     Alan Motooka
8     Tim Gardner
9     Larry Manuel
10     Anthony Duckwall

BantamWeight
1     Randy Leppala    photo from this contest
2     Ronald Nurse
3     Steven Gaver
4     Jonathan Hunt (1)
5     Thomas Armstrong Jr
6     Clifton Torres
7     Gary Passmore
8     Lance Harano
9     Jim King
10     Michael King (2)
11     Steve Kluger
12     Paul Sake
13     John Ligsay
14     Paul Antoague
15     Anthony Lattimore
16     Matthew Alloy
17     Dusty Bush
18     Michael D Smith

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« Reply #67 on: July 28, 2014, 07:07:18 PM »

There isnt Snythol in his arm.Its called a log arm.He has no peak genetically.Alot of Italian men have log arms.They are big, but there is no peak.Its called bad bicep genetics.Plus he probably doesnt do concentration curls to try to bring out the peak.
A log arm is a genetic curse in bodybulding.They could be 21" but look 18" on stage without a peak.I had a friend who had 16" arms.They looked 17 1/2" unflexed.But when he flexed them they looked 19" because he had a boyer Coe peak.His arm had a ball on top of his arm.
It was insane.He could have been a pro bodybuilder, but he was always in trouble.
He had small bones and round muscle bellies.He was a white guy to,lol.
He would train just enough to get women.Which he did very well with.He was with over 100 women by the time he was 18, no joke.He had a friggin list on his bedroom wall.
He would show girls after the fact to get rid of them.Which it did, lol

wow, that describes my arm perfectly.   I didn't know there was a term for it.  I actually started doing things to start trying to shorten my bicep but it didn't help.
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« Reply #68 on: July 28, 2014, 07:15:24 PM »

not sure what the story is behind this guy or the op but the dude looks great, and he looks like he nailed his conditioning and is dry. 
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« Reply #69 on: July 29, 2014, 02:18:08 AM »

not sure what the story is behind this guy or the op but the dude looks great, and he looks like he nailed his conditioning and is dry. 
Love the dry sarcasm.
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« Reply #70 on: July 29, 2014, 02:48:17 AM »

Got a sudden taste for Krispy Kremes
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« Reply #71 on: July 29, 2014, 03:24:24 AM »





Ronaldo was a freak among genetic freaks, so this comparison makes no sense.
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« Reply #72 on: July 29, 2014, 03:40:42 AM »

Love the dry sarcasm.
Cheesy
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« Reply #73 on: July 29, 2014, 06:04:21 AM »

1998 1st place Middleweight, Richard Longwith, was Shawn Ray's training partner.
great build,never turned pro didn't win overall or do nationals..
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