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    giles, i agree with everything you said and toney said but one single thing in the video. This is based more on opinion then anything but whats not in bodybuilding=p.....

    im not tall, I am 5'8, but i do appreciate the overall package of a dennis wolf because for a tall guy( dennis is 5'11 or 6'0?) he has a great back, and i know hes trying to please the mass by bringing up his lower back and calves.

    toney is right, the arnold look is fading real fast....another part of the sport thats fading real fast is posing..now im not saying to pose like kai greene or people in that calibur but to atleast give time and thought to put a well thought out planned posing routine. People pay hard earned money to see the art of bodybuilding morethen the physiques because i can easily pick out anybody whos big or has crazy cuts

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    Tony Freeman killed it.

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    I respect Giles' opinion, but my opinion is that Dennis Wolf has an awesome physique. The way he poses it, not only is he massive, but he's got the shape too.

    I hear a bit of frustration in Toney's voice. Clearly, tall bodybuilders aren't going to have the fullness and balance of a competitor 4" shorter (except a freak like Wolf), nor will they look as good in print advertisements. Most Hollywood actors are short as well. He says he doesn't want to train his body to look like Mr. Olympia, but that's not what he was saying a few years ago. Now that he realizes he'll never win it, he's taking this new approach, which is cool, but it confuses me a bit. In other words, why is he still bodybuilding if not to win? (obvious answer - sponsorships) Today's standards are still FREAK. The aesthetic physique thing isn't quite here yet, and neither are the days of Arnold.
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    Great interviews Giles, especially liked the one with Toney Freeman. The guy's awesome. Always been a fan of his.
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    i agree with toney. its awesome to see the freaky big guys, but i don't normally pic them for mr.o when i do its only because i know thats what the sport is doing right. now.

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    Did you use dennis wold and great back in same sentence? lol
    Quote Originally Posted by muscleten View Post
    giles, i agree with everything you said and toney said but one single thing in the video. This is based more on opinion then anything but whats not in bodybuilding=p.....

    im not tall, I am 5'8, but i do appreciate the overall package of a dennis wolf because for a tall guy( dennis is 5'11 or 6'0?) he has a great back, and i know hes trying to please the mass by bringing up his lower back and calves.

    toney is right, the arnold look is fading real fast....another part of the sport thats fading real fast is posing..now im not saying to pose like kai greene or people in that calibur but to atleast give time and thought to put a well thought out planned posing routine. People pay hard earned money to see the art of bodybuilding morethen the physiques because i can easily pick out anybody whos big or has crazy cuts

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    yah, thats dumb, wolf admits he is only 5'11" and then toney freeman and eugene mishin try to say they are 6'2" if u look at the new york when they all 3 were next to each other they look about the same height. :/

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    i agree with tony here, as a tall man myself (6' 1") its very hard to be competitive against small guys who are 5-6 inches shorter. And like he said, he would never trade in his height, to win the olympia title. I agree! I may never be able to compete since at 6 foot tall, i cant be competitive and step onstage at a ripped 270lbs, but my physique looks very pleasing in the real world! To see guys who are tall and have lots of muscle is indeed a sight to behold, but they are a very rare sight indeed. Tony keep your head up high playa and keep doing your thing bro!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by intensity45 View Post
    Did you use dennis wold and great back in same sentence? lol
    i had no clue i said that lol, i meant to say that dennis wolf has a great back...

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    Quote Originally Posted by spanish lion View Post
    yah, thats dumb, wolf admits he is only 5'11" and then toney freeman and eugene mishin try to say they are 6'2" if u look at the new york when they all 3 were next to each other they look about the same height. :/
    yeah maybe its just an excuse because tall people arent as muscular as the shorter guys. but hey..hes 43 years old i believe and competitively his days are over...yes he could qualify for the olympia but would he ever win a pro show again...chances are no..but im in no position to say he cant do it

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    Tony is the man. I'm 6'3" and I've developed my shoulders and lats and I have a pretty small waist. I love my physique and I would not exchange it to look extremely massive like Branch. Tony is actually a person I look up to as a tall guy.

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    Toney Freeman is such a cool guy and look how long that interview was and he was answering all the questions very well and passionately. A great bodybuilder and it seems a great man. All the best Toney

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    I really enjoyed doing the Freeman interview, he's a cool guy with plenty to say...

    Berry Demey also, it's nice when you meet your hero's from when you were younger and they turn out to be as nice as Berry...

    More interviews to come...

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    Quote Originally Posted by majrminer View Post
    I respect Giles' opinion, but my opinion is that Dennis Wolf has an awesome physique. The way he poses it, not only is he massive, but he's got the shape too.

    I hear a bit of frustration in Toney's voice. Clearly, tall bodybuilders aren't going to have the fullness and balance of a competitor 4" shorter (except a freak like Wolf), nor will they look as good in print advertisements. Most Hollywood actors are short as well. He says he doesn't want to train his body to look like Mr. Olympia, but that's not what he was saying a few years ago. Now that he realizes he'll never win it, he's taking this new approach, which is cool, but it confuses me a bit. In other words, why is he still bodybuilding if not to win? (obvious answer - sponsorships) Today's standards are still FREAK. The aesthetic physique thing isn't quite here yet, and neither are the days of Arnold.
    I love Wolf's physique too, I'm a big fan but in that top 6 lineup at the Arnold my eyes were drawn more that day to Martinez...He looked great...I hope Wolf manages to balance things out a little more as if he does then he'll move up for sure...Hate to see guys held back in contests by weak bodyparts or whatever...

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