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CAUTION While Using T-Nation!

Common side effects include (but are not limited to):
-Extreme muscle growth, making it nearly impossible to fit into existing clothes. You may need to buy new ones a few months after using T-Nation.

-Increased aggression. You may get ticketed for passing old ladies in no passing lanes, or other road rage related tickets.

-Larger difference in upper body size compared to waist size. You may start to feel off balance due to all of this extra muscle weight added to you body in a short time.

-People may become jealous and think you spend too much time in the gym. They won’t believe you when you tell them that you never stay there more than an hour at a time, and no more than 2 days in a row. This can lead to taling behind your back and fake smiles when passing you in a hall.

-You may find that walking through doorways may become more difficult the longer you use T-Nation

-Members of the opposite sex may stalk you, so be on the look-out at all times.

Okay, seriously, in the last couple of months following advice I got here, I’ve improved more than ever before, and this is after already considering myself in shape. I definitely want to post before and after pics, but I’m going to wait since I know I can get much better.

Special thanks to Chad Waterbury and his articles (among others, but his has given me the best results so far).

I CAN’T BELIEVE THIS MUCH INFORMATION IS FREE ON THE INTERNET!!!

THANK YOU T-Nation!

(edditted fr Nat Grean)

I agree.

You know what’s also good?

Grammar.

I like that a lot.

Proper spelling has its upside, too.

-Nate

[quote]Nate Green wrote:
I agree.

You know what’s also good?

Grammar.

I like that a lot.

Proper spelling has its upside, too.

-Nate[/quote]

Give him a break, he’s just excited. It’s like watching monkeys use tools for the first time.

SWR,

I’m as sold as you are buddy. This place has made a huge difference in my life and my lifestyle.

I can’t begin to describe how thankful I am that I found T-Nation (formerly known as T-mag).

The only thing I don’t like is that it didn’t exist when I was in my teens… but I guess I’ll just have to work harder to make up for lost time.

Don’t forget:

-Makes your workouts AND you look totally different from all the metrosexual ninnies who spend all their time doing arm supersets and gazing longingly into the mirror at themselves.

-these muscley things make girls let me put my pee pee in their whooo haa

[quote]Nate Green wrote:
I agree.

You know what’s also good?

Grammar.

I like that a lot.

Proper spelling has its upside, too.

-Nate[/quote]

Grammar seemed good (or is it well?) enough for Microsoft word. I corrected my spelling just for you though.

Yea, I know I’d go a lot farther (or is it further?) in life if I spelled right (or is it correctly) on internet forums. Damn you grade school!! Thank God for spell check though when it comes to grammar and spelling (I think that’s a run-on sentance too). Sure helps me in college.

[quote]Xen Nova wrote:
-these muscley things make girls let me put my pee pee in their whooo haa[/quote]

YESSSSSSSSSS

[quote]RIT Jared wrote:
Give him a break, he’s just excited. It’s like watching monkeys use tools for the first time.
[/quote]

That’s cold.

Haha…

I stand corrected.

Well said.

-Nate

At the risk of hijacking, I’d like to put all this talk about grammar in perspective with this poem:

Eye halve a spelling chequer
It came with my pea sea
It plainly marques for my revue
Miss steaks eye kin knot sea.

Eye strike a key and type a word
And weight four it two say
Weather eye am wrong oar write
It shows me strait a weigh.

As swoon as a mist ache is maid
It nose bee fore two long
And eye can put the error rite
Its rare lea ever wrong.

Eye have run this poem threw it
I am shore your pleased two no
Its letter perfect awl the weigh
My chequer tolled me sew.

[quote]Xen Nova wrote:
-these muscley things make girls let me put my pee pee in their whooo haa[/quote]

LOL!

I love T-Nation!
My friends see me getting “hotter” - as I like to say - and they ask me all kinds of questions… I try to answer them to sound smart… but in the end, I always ending up telling them about this site, rather than misleading them.
Thanks to all the great posts and advice

[quote]vroom wrote:
SWR,

The only thing I don’t like is that it didn’t exist when I was in my teens… but I guess I’ll just have to work harder to make up for lost time.[/quote]

Amen! I needed T-Nation when I was 20yo, about 82kg and trying to tackle 100+kg front-row forwards playing rugby union! Power cleans would have really helped my leg drive in that situation…

I found this in my files earlier today. Heh heh heh.