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  • subz33   •   Fri, Jul 5th, '19 20:48   •   17 replies, 675 views

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9 weeks in on Test only, posted labs earlier detailing compound used and strength.
The pic showing a bicep pose is obviously natural. Once I hit my 40's muscle seemed harder to keep and gain. I was a member here over 5 years ago, got pretty swole but stopped working out to focus on school and work. I was out of the gym for several years and lost all gains and then some, poor diet as well.

I started eating healthy and working out again naturally for almost 2 year before I decided to top off my T levels.
I hope to get back to were I left off and then some.

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  • DfromPhilly
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Looking good boss. Do your shoes have your name on them?!

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  • Ikeaa
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Looking good Bro

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  • dextetherdog
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Well done man + from me

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Keep doing what you're doing +2

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Thanks

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  • 333
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+1 bro good job

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Thanks

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  • basskiller89
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How often do you train obliques, very large brother!! +1

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Lol That's the way my lowerer left rib flares out.

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  • Top_Price77
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I'm with you bro, I'm 42 and it seems like I have to work twice as hard to get half the gains I used to. Just posted a progress pic I was hoping to put on a little more size but ended up loosing some bodyfat and adding a little size. Anyway I am a firm believer in muscle memory so it should be easier to get back vs if you never had it. Good luck brother

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Lol yup we hit 40 and bammmm !!!
Gotta work harder ( cardio) and diet better

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Cardio? What's that? Lol. Diet and cardio are always my down fall.

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Looking large buddy!!

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Thanks, been doing a clean bulk and up 10 - 12ish lbs.
Hoping to get back to 195lbs 15% BF and then do a cut.

I tried to do a cut in the past for an older EBC but failed, I relied to much on the compounds and should have dialed in my diet instead.

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  • Willzilla
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If i can strive to be like you at 40 i will be very pleased. Ive read a few papers that natural testosterone levels drop when you hit roughly 30 years of age by estimated 1 per cent every year. By dropping to 80 per cent ( if you are an athlete which i am not) you can possibly maintain but not grow. I love looking at pictures on eroids because ot inspires me. Keep braking barriers my friend

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  • Willzilla
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Being out of the gym that long hasnt affected you in the slightest. Muscle atrophy kicks in to most people within a couple months of not training. This shows you have very good genitics

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Thank you