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Author Topic: Vince Basile thinks he can get back in shape like he did  (Read 14124 times)
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« Reply #100 on: September 11, 2011, 02:40:06 PM »

But you didnt answer the question. Do yo think at 50 you would respond the same way to training and diet as you did when you were 25? Im just not sure if Basile really belives this or is just stirring things up.

In any physical activity you will start to see a gradual fail off in performance in your 40's for most folks.
After 50 yrs of age EVERY athlete is less then 100% of their former peak and slowly dropping.
Since I a normal 52 yr old, I have no doubt the best I could do is about 90% of my previous best in my mid 30's.
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« Reply #101 on: September 11, 2011, 02:45:04 PM »

Vince Imbasile.
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« Reply #102 on: September 11, 2011, 05:43:04 PM »

In any physical activity you will start to see a gradual fail off in performance in your 40's for most folks.
After 50 yrs of age EVERY athlete is less then 100% of their former peak and slowly dropping.
Since I am a normal 52 yr old, I have no doubt the best I could do is about 90% of my previous best in my mid 30's.

This is the commonly accepted story of the gradual decline over the years. Your eyesight will diminish as you approach 50, you lose hair,
you go grey, you lose melanin in your skin, you lose some strength, etc. However, what if is possible to keep your muscles
growing as you age? That is my point that few seem to understand. This is something new. Well, not to everyone but to
most people who exercise. Some older guys have obtained good results. Were they as good as in the past? Well, perhaps
not, although we don't know if they stimulated hypertrophy consistently or not. Most bodybuilders tend to evolve ways of
training and then seldom change their basic ideas. Few believe they might have been wrong about basic things.
It is my opinion that almost everyone is wrong about protein requirement and I think recovery re hypertrophy.
I don't have all the answers but it would be exciting if my ideas were tried out. I am talking about physiological processes.
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« Reply #103 on: September 11, 2011, 05:52:51 PM »

This is the commonly accepted story of the gradual decline over the years. Your eyesight will diminish as you approach 50, you lose hair,
you go grey, you lose melanin in your skin, you lose some strength, etc. However, what if is possible to keep your muscles
growing as you age? That is my point that few seem to understand. This is something new. Well, not to everyone but to
most people who exercise. Some older guys have obtained good results. Were they as good as in the past? Well, perhaps
not, although we don't know if they stimulated hypertrophy consistently or not. Most bodybuilders tend to evolve ways of
training and then seldom change their basic ideas. Few believe they might have been wrong about basic things.
It is my opinion that almost everyone is wrong about protein requirement and I think recovery re hypertrophy.
I don't have all the answers but it would be exciting if my ideas were tried out. I am talking about physiological processes.


Translation : I look like absolute shit .
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« Reply #104 on: September 11, 2011, 06:51:15 PM »

This is the commonly accepted story of the gradual decline over the years. Your eyesight will diminish as you approach 50, you lose hair,
you go grey, you lose melanin in your skin, you lose some strength, etc. However, what if is possible to keep your muscles
growing as you age? That is my point that few seem to understand. This is something new. Well, not to everyone but to
most people who exercise. Some older guys have obtained good results. Were they as good as in the past? Well, perhaps
not, although we don't know if they stimulated hypertrophy consistently or not. Most bodybuilders tend to evolve ways of
training and then seldom change their basic ideas. Few believe they might have been wrong about basic things.
It is my opinion that almost everyone is wrong about protein requirement and I think recovery re hypertrophy.
I don't have all the answers but it would be exciting if my ideas were tried out. I am talking about physiological processes.



Good post.

Reading Bill Pearl's books helps you to keep the faith too (and, of course, looking at the pics)


Bill Pearl absolutely does NOT believe in "creeping rigormortis" ~ he say's it's because people in this country are brainwashed into believing that everything goes downhill after 40.

It's all in your head.


"What the mind can conceive..."


(No Vince, this is not my alternate personality, I just like to mess with you from time to time.. blame on my refusal to grow up)
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