[quote]That One Guy wrote:
That would be the simplest answer. If your diet is 100% dialed in you are surpassing your ability to recover. Tone it down a bit for a few weeks and see what happens.
Speaking of “toning it down a bit” what do you say you drop some of the carbs huh!?!
Fatasses are DISGUSTING!!! (and you’re one of them)
Man, you sure are interested in starting shit on this site, bud! Your posts are pretty funny, actually, but keep in mind, as a 5’11", 144-lb pencilneck, you’re absolutely no one to clown on people. Man up and work harder, then maybe you won’t have to diss on everyone else to feel better about yourself. My suggestion is to start in the beginners foruum.
For effect, read the following post in a stereotypical Brooklyn/Italian accent
Aaaaaaaa, loosen up the skirt there ah tits…we’re just ahavin a bitta fun ova heeieere. O!
Your 5’11 and 144 pounds at 12% body fat. Your skinny and fat.
Hes got over a hundred pounds on you easily, and I mean a hundred pounds of muscle.
You’ve been lifting for 2 years, your not allowed to give advice to anyone, this isn’t bodybuilding.com.
Your from Wisconsin, one of the shittiest states in existence.
and you spelled what you do as “construcktion” in your profile.
I highly recommend you rethink dropping out of highschool.
It’s a new troll Westclock, don’t bother.[/quote]
Yeah I went through and reported his posts that were trolling in several threads.
All I really did was offend people form Wisconsin and further perpetuate the stereotype that Texans are bigots.
Sorry about that Vin.