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post #11 of 30 (permalink) Old 05-14-2007, 11:22 AM
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The most amazing thing about ignorance is that those afflicted with the disorder can always spot it in others, whether it's there or not, but they can never see it in themselves.

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The most amazing thing about ignorance is that those afflicted with the disorder can always spot it in others, whether it's there or not, but they can never see it in themselves.
Please do post your diet/supp so we can also critique GOD! All hail jasvll.

I get it, you are one of the people that follow the WARRIOR DIET!

But truly are you going to take some worthless quote to make yourself look good, or are you going to actually express your ever so impressive knowledge of Nutrition?

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Please do post your diet/supp so we can also critique GOD! All hail jasvll.

I get it, you are one of the people that follow the WARRIOR DIET!

But truly are you going to take some worthless quote to make yourself look good, or are you going to actually express your ever so impressive knowledge of Nutrition?
I guess I should take it as a compliment that you mistook my post for a quote.

My personal diet isn't relevant to whether or not taking too many supplements or too much of one supplement can damage a person's body.

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I guess I should take it as a compliment that you mistook my post for a quote.

My personal diet isn't relevant to whether or not taking too many supplements or too much of one supplement can damage a person's body.
The only supplement I have ever read that anyone Overdosed on was Ohami bulk powder(not sure exact spelling), which actually can kill you. It is used as a thermogenic to help cut weight, but you cant go to walmart and grab it . I would say kids OD on roids every year, sometimes I think they need education just as much as prevention ads!
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The only supplement I have ever read that anyone Overdosed on was Ohami bulk powder(not sure exact spelling), which actually can kill you. It is used as a thermogenic to help cut weight, but you cant go to walmart and grab it . I would say kids OD on roids every year, sometimes I think they need education just as much as prevention ads!
No one said death, just damage to the body. For example, high doses of creatine have been linked to general performance decrease at best and kidney disorder at worst.

Here's a few readily available supplements that can ruin a day:
ConsumerReports.org - Dangerous supplements, 12 supplements to avoid 5/04

My point then and now is that just because something calls itself a supplement doesn't make it good or safe for you. Even those that do offer benefits in moderation can still do harm when the user can't read a label.

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No one said death, just damage to the body. For example, high doses of creatine have been linked to general performance decrease at best and kidney disorder at worst.

Here's a few readily available supplements that can ruin a day:
ConsumerReports.org - Dangerous supplements, 12 supplements to avoid 5/04

My point then and now is that just because something calls itself a supplement doesn't make it good or safe for you.
Good link! Yohimbe that is what I was talking about.
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hey this site is cool, hadnt seen it before, i think ill try it out for a while. repped

oh and wuk...you dont know what the **** your talking about, im a personal trainer, so uh...i might. You should research thinking before typing. and i assume the only thing you could see that as not being a productive life style is if your trying to gain massive amounts of weight/muscle...in which i am not.



and yeah wise its a little sketchy, but doesnt really seem like an advertisement if you go to the websites, seeing as most of them are forums, and/or free sites. body4life is the only thing anyone would spend money on.
First off, your assumption is wrong. Of course I'm looking to gain a few lbs of lean muscle, but my primary goals in lifting are to strengthen my core, and my posterior chain. Also, being a personal trainer means nothing now a days. If you have a chiseled chest and some abs, they practically let you in. Also, your diet is still horrible, and you're taking way too many supplements.




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First off, your assumption is wrong. Of course I'm looking to gain a few lbs of lean muscle, but my primary goals in lifting are to strengthen my core, and my posterior chain. Also, being a personal trainer means nothing now a days. If you have a chiseled chest and some abs, they practically let you in. Also, your diet is still horrible, and you're taking way too many supplements.
No, Im not. And i was talking about my self not you.
I dont eat enough, and i take 1 or 2 supplements a day after working out to prevent soreness. and i take vitamins, which everyone should. occasionally i take a nox before lifting or something to get a better work out in. i could take alot more and still be in the good amount zone. now if i was having 12 protein shakes a day chugging creatine and injecting steroids...then yeah id be taking to much. but when i burn 4500 calories in a day, its just fine to take a protein shake, especially when im only taking in about 2000 calories

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No, Im not. And i was talking about my self not you.
I dont eat enough, and i take 1 or 2 supplements a day after working out to prevent soreness. and i take vitamins, which everyone should. occasionally i take a nox before lifting or something to get a better work out in. i could take alot more and still be in the good amount zone. now if i was having 12 protein shakes a day chugging creatine and injecting steroids...then yeah id be taking to much. but when i burn 4500 calories in a day, its just fine to take a protein shake, especially when im only taking in about 2000 calories
you've gotta be the dumbest personal trainer i've ever met. but then again, you're also the same dumbass who started a thread about how CC is too small for HW and should fight at 205.




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you've gotta be the dumbest personal trainer i've ever met. but then again, you're also the same dumbass who started a thread about how CC is too small for HW and should fight at 205.
I don't understand your logic, but then again your probably a high school kid that thinks he knows everything. and i still think crocop should test 205, but i certainly never said he was to small for hw, and i never even said he had to be 205, just thought of a what if.

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