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  • #46
    Originally posted by barbellman View Post
    WOW, really?

    What to be direspectful to a guy who has OBVIOUSLY lost 100's of lbs and is trying to feel good about himself.

    Take a look at the gyno and mid section hanging, this fellow was morbidly obese and lost well over 100lbs.
    Thats for an episode of the biggest loser, not a bodybuilding stage. He can feel good about losing weight, but the look on his face makes it look like he completely regrets going to that competition.
    Pain is Temporary, Pride is Forever

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    • #47
      Too bad, that guy Nick has great structure but he's smooth & flat, whoever helped him prep should be fired...guy to his right has much better condition, his presentation is bad though.

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      • #48
        im actually more curious as to what the reason they were up there was?...i seriously just dont understand why?...why would anyone put themselves through that?...

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        • #49
          Originally posted by heftizzle View Post
          The guy to the left of NIC looked better...just bigger and more crisp. He seems to have a more mature look. IMHO
          THIS!!! who is this guy ?

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          • #50
            Max Charles

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            • #51
              LOL nice come back

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                • #53
                  His name is Steve and he competes in the Metropolitan--Atlantic States--and Eastern USA year in and year out. I don't know him but have been told he is mentally off, which, if true, really makes it sad that he is allowed to compete up there for cheap laughs year after year. And I'd imagine the guys in his class feel strange standing up there with him.

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                    • #55
                      i find it slightly disrespectful to the other competitors who diet, carb deplete and bust their buns to get on that stage, granted i know he must have lost weight and wants to boos his self confidence but cmon...theres like one in every weight class.... there is a time and place for everything..... :/

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                      • #56
                        Wasnt there a video about him on md a couple years ago how he goes around giving everyone else pointers and tell them how he can adjust their physique and tell them what they did wrong with their diets just by looking at them...i remember how they interviewed him and everything lol...it was pretty funny

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by Butch Peterson View Post
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                          Preparation is key
                          Wasnt there a video about him on md a couple years ago how he goes around giving everyone else pointers and tell them how he can adjust their physique and tell them what they did wrong with their diets just by looking at them...i remember how they interviewed him and everything lol...it was pretty funny

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by JohnCR View Post
                                i find it slightly disrespectful to the other competitors who diet, carb deplete and bust their buns to get on that stage, granted i know he must have lost weight and wants to boos his self confidence but cmon...theres like one in every weight class.... there is a time and place for everything..... :/
                                I am with you on that. I lost over a hundred pounds too. My initial goal was to compete. When I could tell I wasn't going to tighten up enough, out of respect for the sport, I went another direction and contributed in other ways.

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