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    Default Regan Grimes is looking ready.

    Can he do it? Even has big calves.
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    Looks very good. Hopefully he (and zane) wont need to cut loads of weight with diuretics again

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    out of the top 6 , looks worse compared to when he was in open , is regressing his phsqyue to make weight.
    Sergio oliva and me are laughing at this guy , not legit .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donflex View Post
    Looks very good. Hopefully he (and zane) wont need to cut loads of weight with diuretics again
    He was only a few pounds off in his last video. They are giving him 6ft so 230lbs unless something changes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flippo View Post
    He was only a few pounds off in his last video. They are giving him 6ft so 230lbs unless something changes.
    Giving him 6ft... Thst's BS. I thought he could be as high as 3rd with some judging bias, now that seals it.

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    [QUOTE=Donflex;4377440]Giving him 6ft... Thst's BS. I thought he could be as high as 3rd with some judging bias, now that seals it.[/QUOTE

    After watching some height checks it seems having big hair helps. Cbum made a comment about it saying he thought Regan was 5'11.


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    He's not classic. Period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donflex View Post
    Giving him 6ft... Thst's BS. I thought he could be as high as 3rd with some judging bias, now that seals it.[/QUOTE

    After watching some height checks it seems having big hair helps. Cbum made a comment about it saying he thought Regan was 5'11.

    Time for a 5ft6 midget to grow an 6inch afro and compete at 230lbs

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    [QUOTE=Donflex;4377445]
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    Time for a 5ft6 midget to grow an 6inch afro and compete at 230lbs
    Breon has potential in that fro!

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    Regan should do well - though I still contend he is a bodybuilder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Harris View Post
    Regan should do well - though I still contend he is a bodybuilder.
    Ron the definition of classic is what seems to be the big debate. Example; is George classic or a 212 bodybuilder that makes the classic weight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flippo View Post
    Ron the definition of classic is what seems to be the big debate. Example; is George classic or a 212 bodybuilder that makes weight?
    I’m having this debate every day


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    Quote Originally Posted by Donflex View Post
    Giving him 6ft... Thst's BS. I thought he could be as high as 3rd with some judging bias, now that seals it.
    why are you surprised? REGAn IS the kucklo of the younger generation getting more gifts than a rich white kid on christmas bro DSC01784small.jpg
    Will not be too surprised if he wins the hole thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Harris View Post
    I’m having this debate every day


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    I interpret this as bodybuilding with weight restrictions and new trunks.

    Yes, you read it right. In 2016, Classic Physique will no longer be a descriptor for the builds of bodybuilders from a bygone era; it will be a new competitive division of the National Physique Committee. The collective brainchild of NPC/IFBB Pro League president Jim Manion, J.M. Manion, Tyler Manion, and Tony Blinn, the aptly named Classic Physique is the middle ground between bodybuilding and men’s physique.


    “Classic Physique is for guys who want to take their muscularity and size beyond the limits of Men’s Physique, but not quite to the extremes of Bodybuilding,” Jim Manion said. “The sport is constantly evolving as the athletes find new ways to express their physiques and the NPC prides itself on offering a platform for these athletes to realize their competitive goals. Classic Physique will highlight proportion, symmetry, pleasing lines, and a small waist. In short, the focus will be on aesthetic qualities in harmony with muscularity and condition.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by flippo View Post
    I interpret this as bodybuilding with weight restrictions.

    Yes, you read it right. In 2016, Classic Physique will no longer be a descriptor for the builds of bodybuilders from a bygone era; it will be a new competitive division of the National Physique Committee. The collective brainchild of NPC/IFBB Pro League president Jim Manion, J.M. Manion, Tyler Manion, and Tony Blinn, the aptly named Classic Physique is the middle ground between bodybuilding and men’s physique.


    “Classic Physique is for guys who want to take their muscularity and size beyond the limits of Men’s Physique, but not quite to the extremes of Bodybuilding,” Jim Manion said. “The sport is constantly evolving as the athletes find new ways to express their physiques and the NPC prides itself on offering a platform for these athletes to realize their competitive goals. Classic Physique will highlight proportion, symmetry, pleasing lines, and a small waist. In short, the focus will be on aesthetic qualities in harmony with muscularity and condition.”
    Still open to interpretation


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Harris View Post
    Still open to interpretation


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    As is all of bodybuilding.

    As long as there are judges it will always be that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a.j View Post
    out of the top 6 , looks worse compared to when he was in open , is regressing his phsqyue to make weight.
    Sergio oliva and me are laughing at this guy , not legit .
    Why would Sergio be laughing at this guy. I think he's going to enough to handle on his own without worrying about other competitors and divisions

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