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  • Gallerie Turi

    Hello,


    I am registered for a while now but I never submitted.

    Sorry for my english, I'm french and I use a translator

    I practice bodybuilding for 5 years. And I'm the diet for 2 years.

    bodybuilding has become my lifestyle.

    I training method to Mountain Dog

    current stats:
    -ageb 32
    -height 179
    -weight 209 lbs
    -goal:gain mass



    there are now 2 years to 167 lbs



    Today at 209 LBS


    first bodybuilding competition on 29/03/14. After 3 weeks of diet dry.


    I made top 5 of 15 athletes


    Top de Colmar 29 mars 2014 1er pas + 85 kilos



  • #2
    Very impressive. Congratulations.

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    • #3
      03/03/13 vs 15/09/13

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      • #4
        thank you very much Supbro!

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        • #5
          Kass training 2013

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          • #6

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            • #7
              Great progress. You could use more chest and back width. Do you practice your back poses regularly? It helps with getting greater range of motion in your shoulder blades, enabling you to spread your lats wider during back poses.
              I min/max my physique

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              • #8
                yes I have developed over the chest and also the width of the back. Yes I work poses back but I can 't too.

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                • #9
                  I can see the width is there, it seems like you lose some of it when hitting your rear double bi and your front lat spread and front double bi; could be you're not spreading your shoulder blades apart as much on those poses. But you look great, and great job on your posing as well, posing practice is one of those things too many competitors overlook and it can have a huge impact on you on stage.
                  I min/max my physique

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                  • #10
                    I would have to stretch as much as possible to the outer blades ?

                    In any case, thank you very much for the info

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                    • #11
                      Hi,


                      training posing, can say what you think? please

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                      • #12
                        Hi,

                        competition yesterday. I was too heavy for my category. so I ended up with the big competition. not disappointed, good experience. I sorely lacking mass, definition, muscle quality. I know but future years will reward me hope.



                        and finally my posing

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                        • #13
                          Good job, it's always hard to get on stage. Obviously you know you need to come in leaner next time, and if you can I would recommend maintaining your momentum and doing another show soon that you can keep leaning out for. In my opinion, you need to work on your back poses more, both front and rear lat spreads and double bis, with an emphasis on really spreading your shoulder blades and getting good width and taper when you hit them. Also, on your side chest, pull your shoulder that is too the audience back more to better emphasize your chest, arm, and taper from the side. In your routine, I would recommend holding the poses for slightly longer, at least the mandatory poses, and try to smooth out the transitions a bit more so it seems less jerky. Overall though great routine, and congratulations!
                          I min/max my physique

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                          • #14
                            Hello,

                            I'll share my progress since my debut the break-dance the body.

                            TRANSITION/PROGRESSION BREAK/BODYBUILDING

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                            • #15
                              still weight gain until 2016.

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