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  • #31
    Originally posted by Howard View Post

    I agree , but "prioritizing your overall welfare " comes with a price. Often, that price is ending your dream

    Just over 34 years ago, I had spent 4 years on moderate cycles and living for bodybuilding.
    I had a little contest success , but was a long way from pro card glory.

    I could have listened to some gym bros and upped the doses in pursuit of muscle glory.
    For whatever reason, I knew that was a dead end street and ended my pro card quest.

    I had a new and viable career option looking me in the face.
    That gave me a new direction and renewed hope for my "life".

    I often wonder, what I would have done if I felt bodybuilding was my best option?
    I'm NOT saying I'd have been a top pro, but I might have resorted to some extreme measures?

    Thinking your life will suck without bodybuilding success, could be relevant ??????
    I wasn't Talkin about that. I think the only success is the self satisfaction.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Noel Fuller View Post
      Bostin and Bleu the bastions of healthy bodybuilding
      Bostin has been a huge advocate of SEO use his entire career, and has made a small fortune selling his own brand. Many believe that SEO use can eventually lead to kidney failure, I wonder how he would feel if a bunch of guys who bought his product had severe kidney problems, or even died?


      https://academic.oup.com/ndt/article...iii434/3853797


      https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19580174/


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      • #33
        Originally posted by Howard View Post

        I agree , but "prioritizing your overall welfare " comes with a price. Often, that price is ending your dream

        Just over 34 years ago, I had spent 4 years on moderate cycles and living for bodybuilding.
        I had a little contest success , but was a long way from pro card glory.

        I could have listened to some gym bros and upped the doses in pursuit of muscle glory.
        For whatever reason, I knew that was a dead end street and ended my pro card quest.

        I had a new and viable career option looking me in the face.
        That gave me a new direction and renewed hope for my "life".

        I often wonder, what I would have done if I felt bodybuilding was my best option?
        I'm NOT saying I'd have been a top pro, but I might have resorted to some extreme measures?

        Thinking your life will suck without bodybuilding success, could be relevant ??????
        Didn’t you mention that you were once a teacher?
        I stop me....no one else does.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by DerekRJohnson View Post

          Didn’t you mention that you were once a teacher?
          Physics and chemistry, 31 years total. THAT was my "other viable career" path.
          Started on a HS faculty and also coached football/track during my 1st 10 years.

          My last job was teaching physics at a small college. I excelled at boring and frustrating my students

          I'm now retired.
          Last edited by Howard; August 30, 2021, 01:17 PM.
          I saw a star, reached for it...and MISSED

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