I’ve been at work all day, so I didn’t have a chance to respond. I surely would have upon my arrival if my man Char hadn’t already asserted his OWNership of the individual and situation at hand.
I would, however, like to add that not all bodybuilders are like Lee Priest (or any of the pros, for that matter). These differences occur not only in diet, training, and lifestyle, but also in terms of the fact that most bodybuilders don’t stick ungodly amounts of needles in their asses on a daily basis. That being said, I’m sure that lots of people here would be more than willing to debate with you the optimal dose of physical activity, as there is unquestionably a point of diminishing returns (one of the main premises behind the free radical theory, which, might I add, also applies to emaciated runners). Nonetheless, I don’t think that this sort of debate is even worthwhile in a world where most people are sedentary anyway.