[quote]Scott M wrote:
The main difference between those two extreme in terms of appearance is one took 10-20 years and countless effort… the other 10-20k and a couple weeks of a sore chest. Both a little delusional but at least Justin is well aware that most girls don’t find it appealing.
Whether people like it or not(and let’s be honest bodybuilding to that extreme is not liked by many) there is a certain level of unquestionable respect that can be given to the bodybuilder. Dismiss him for using steroids, GH, SEOs etc but what you can’t dismiss is that he had to earn that physique and couldn’t buy it off the shelves.
What I’m fascinated by is the sheer amount of food he eats to put on size, he eats 18x a day and each meal is at least 30 grams of protein so he’s AT LEAST at 540 grams and probably venturing closer to 650-700 considering how big a few of the meals were(breakfast, 11AM restaurant meal). How he has time for anything else in his day is beyond me, that’s a full time job.
lol he doesnt have time for anything. the further you get into this the more it takes of your life. theres no way Ronnie Coleman is doing anything with his life other than eating, lifting, eating, eating, sleep, drugs, eat. Lou Ferrigno took premade food on the plane with him because he needed to know exactly what he was eating. when youre at that level it is your only job and it is nonstop. it stops becoming that youre trying to improve your body to improve yourself your body becomes almost something of its own that requires your constant undivided attention.
its hard enough devoting the time i devote now to lifting, i mean when i think of my days when someone asks me like ho you wanna do something this time, this date, first thing i think of is what am i training and will i be able to train if i do that. i think thats bad enough and i would never get to the point this guy is at with that much time devotion. i think it really starts turning to a problem at that stage