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Women's sections zero tolerance.

The women's section here at Muscular Development are a zero tolerance area. This includes every female member of the forum.

Any insults or trolling no matter how subtle it is will be deleted & you will receive an infraction.

Second offense will be a vacation from the site. The length of the ban will be up to the acting moderator.
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MD Women's forums NO TOLERANCE Rules. respects it's female members and has created a safe environment for women in the bodybuilding, fitness and figure industry to gather and discuss all aspects of the sport.

In order to create and maintain this safe atmosphere, we have set a zero tollerance rule in place for the women's forums. Treat all women and men posting in the women's forums with respect. Debates are welcome and encouraged, but name calling, hate & racist remarks are not.

The following is not allowed via the open board or by PM:
- Trolling for photos, a date, or sex. (this is not '')
- Spamming
- Racist Remarks
- Slander
- Name calling
...or anything else that is deemed disrespectful.

Anyone breaking our zero tolerance rule will be subject to:

First Offense:
Have their posts deleted and given an infraction & warning.

Second Offense:
Timed Out from the website. (length of vacation will depend on your level of stupidity.)

Third Offense:

This rule applies to both the men and the women of this board. If you have any questions regarding this rule, please contact me via PM. A copy of the regular MD board rules is located here. Remember that we are all members of the MD online community. Please treat each other with the respect we would want to be treated with in return.
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    Hello everyone,

    As the title of my thread says, I am totally new to the MD Forum - you're looking at my first post! I'm not even sure that this is the right place for this post, but it didn't seem to fit in any other category, so here we go.

    A little about me: I am female, 27 years old, and I currently live in San Diego, California although I grew up in Hawaii. I just finished grad school, and now I am waiting for the results of my licensing exam and looking for a job. I live with my boyfriend. We've been together for about a year and a half.

    Why I'm here: The aforementioned boyfriend is a bodybuilder and will be competing in the NPC Excalibur on Dec. 4th in Culver City, California. Before we started dating, I knew pretty much nothing about bodybuilding, fitness, or being healthy. When we first got together, and he shared with me his dreams about bodybuilding, I still didn't really get it. But now that we have been together for a while and have talked about our future as a couple, as well as our own individual goals, I understand what he wants to do, and I fully support it. He is also extremely supportive of me and my goals, fitness and otherwise. When I gained a bunch of weight studying for my exams and told him I wanted to lose it, he said, "cool, I can help, let's do this." I figure, what better time for me to start getting in shape then when he is prepping for a show? Plus, when does Kerry Cutler ever step out with Jay looking sloppy? Never!

    So I guess what this boils down to is, I am here to learn (1) more about bodybuilding and how I can be supportive for my man and help him reach his goals and (2) how I can reach my own fitness goals, which do not include competing.

    Well, that's about it. I just wanted to say hello and introduce myself. I am looking forward to talking with and learning from you guys. Hope you all are having a great day and thanks for reading.

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    Hello, and welcome to MD!

    It actually looks like you've got a start to a great journal with that first post. You should consider letting me move it into out Women's Training Jounal Forum, so you can get continual feedback.


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      Originally posted by FitAdina View Post
      Hello, and welcome to MD!

      It actually looks like you've got a start to a great journal with that first post. You should consider letting me move it into out Women's Training Jounal Forum, so you can get continual feedback.
      Hi! Sure, that would be okay with me. I would like to get a training journal started anyway.


      • #4
        Welcome to MD

        Muscular Development Forum Rules :.

        This Post May be found offensive & may contain offensive material, consider yourself advised.


        • #5
          Welcome! You're in the right place to learn and help achieve your goals


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            • #7
              Thank you! =)