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My name is Jordan Martenstyn and I'm a PhD student at The University of Sydney conducting research on Muscle Dysmorphia (you might've also heard it called Bigorexia or Body Dysmorphia).
I'm posting on this forum to let you know that you may be eligible to participate in the first...
Hi....I was on gear for awhile. I decided to cut up a bit (from actual powerlifting) I was 137kg b4 (hate the pics but it's on youtube lol) but this is me giving up the gear and doing full-body training at 49..at 93.5kg
Bit of background info, been lifting around 8 months, 17 yrs old, 177cm and around 165lbs, judging off eye test I estimate myself in the 13-16%bf range so not much fat but abs aren't visible without great lighting. All measurements are cold and flexed. What do you reckon I should focus on...
Hey all, I'm not really sure of the best area of the Forum to post this but thought this was a good place to try?
I am an Electrician and live an active lifestyle, I ride between 10-20km a week but I don't work out.
I had a car accident about 8-10 years ago and shattered my talus into 8 pieces...
I'm looking for reccomendations for a qualified nutritionist preferably in western sydney. Penrith/hawkesbury area. As opposed to an online coach.
I'm looking to lose a bit of weight and improve my gut health for the long term.
I understand calories in vs out and protein/fat/carb ect...
Before becoming a bodybuilder, Shavershian had been described as a "skinny kid" and an ectomorph. Once he completed secondary school, inspired by his bodybuilder brother, he joined a local gym and began learning about nutrition and training, applying it to his pursuit of becoming...
been a long time since I posted on here just chasing a bit of input on training and gaining a bit of size now that I'm getting old lol.
So heres where I'm at;
I'm 32 year old, 187cm. I was juicing from around 2013 up until 2016 when I stopped focusing on bodybuilding and got into...
I have switched from bodybuilding to MMA and have since stopped doing any cycling. My skin is getting worse and my strength slowly disappearing.
I read about HGH and its benefits for skin care.
I was wondering if anyone here has experience with HGH specifically regarding its...
Posing coaching with a private instructor can be expensive. These workshops are free and are held by the organisers, professional athletes and actual judges of the shows. They typically cover men's and women's divisions including bodybuilding, classic physique, physique, figure, fitness and...
This is Odeta stuikys Rose and I'm new here. I want to know what are the basic exercises of bodybuilding for beginners? Please share your valuable views, it will help me a lot to achieve my desired goal.
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Hi AusBB community.
some stats about myself firstly,
80kg from about 88kg (currently cutting as summer fastly approaches)
located in Geraldton, WA
been training on and off for about 5 years but seriously for about 2 and ahalf.
have really only ever focused on the rep...
"In conclusion, training a muscle 5x per week led to substantially greater muscle growth than training a muscle once or twice per week. Training a muscle at least twice per week is probably also beneficial for strength development."...
Kind of following on from Rob's thread on conditioning.
Powerlifting fundamentally is a skill based pursuit based on the expression of maximal strength, which often combines power training with bodybuilding.
Crossfit is probably the most efficient activity for creating a solid fitness base...
I busted my back on my deadlift session last week, its not bad, but I wont be deadlifting for 2-3 weeks.
I won't be squatting for a week or so either.
Back injuries shouldn't be, but generally are, apart of powerlifting. What you do next, with your body and mind, will determine your return...
I had the pleasure of hosting on the podcast one of the true legends of bodybuilding – 6 times Mr Olympia Dorian Yates.
Lot's of great stories and advice from his career and body building and post career.
Check out the episode its on my site Talking with TK, just google it, its not...
I remember this being promoted in the Bodybuilding Mags of the late 80s and early 90s. I wasn't sold on it and only tried it once or twice but I did by the Book, just incase it was some great innovation (back late 80s I thinks). It did fade into obscurity pretty quickly though lol.