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  • #16
    I think Timms is a little light in the legs to crack top 3 at the Olympia this year.

    Top 6 though. Absolutely.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Howard View Post
      Jones has the nice shape required to do well in classic. He's also got that X factor going with a tiny looking waist and flared lats/quads.
      However, his quads lack deep separations/cuts despite the great shape and sweep. His calves are also weak ( don't match quads).
      It's weird, his side legs look more detailed, maybe have to learn how to tighten quads on his front shot?
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      • #18
        How is he making classic weight? He’s fucking huge.

        I don’t get it. Hollow bones maybe? Crazy.

        When I did amateur classic in 2013 my maximum weight for my height was 91kg. That’s nothing.
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        • #19
          Originally posted by Beti ona View Post

          It's weird, his side legs look more detailed, maybe have to learn how to tighten quads on his front shot?
          That deeper cut lower body side shot is due to his well developed "vastus lateralis" ( outer sweep of quad).
          Combine THAT with his outstanding hams and you end up with a deeper insertion where these two muscles meet.

          However, when looking at pic of Jones flexing his front quads, the insertion cuts aren't deep.
          This factor is mostly genetic and due to the shape and insertion points of the 4 quad muscles.

          His quads are so full looking, it doesn't leave much space between the 4 major quad muscles for deeper separation?
          I saw a star, reached for it...and MISSED

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Howard View Post

            That deeper cut lower body side shot is due to his well developed "vastus lateralis" ( outer sweep of quad).
            Combine THAT with his outstanding hams and you end up with a deeper insertion where these two muscles meet.

            However, when looking at pic of Jones flexing his front quads, the insertion cuts aren't deep.
            This factor is mostly genetic and due to the shape and insertion points of the 4 quad muscles.

            His quads are so full looking, it doesn't leave much space between the 4 major quad muscles for deeper separation?
            Excellent post
            http://betionastore.es/

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Beti ona View Post

              Excellent post
              Thanks

              There are a lot of detailed reasons with very specific info on "why" certain body parts look as they do with bodybuilders.

              For example, take 2 top pros with massive, wide physiques like Jay and Ronnie.
              Both had wide, thick backs, but Ronnie's back muscles genetically had deeper insertions and separation.
              However, when it came to abs and quads Jay had the deeper insertions and separation.

              To my knowledge, no amount of drugs or aids can change the insertion depth /separation .
              Granted, making the quads, lats and delts bigger can give the "look" of a better V taper.
              But that's just good, old fashioned bodybuilding creating a visual effect with extra muscle mass.

              This is why SEO /synthol often gives an odd looking muscle that fails to impress when posing on stage.
              You can make the delts look bigger , COMPARED to other parts using SEO, but the delts lose separation in this process.
              The overall net effect is a negative.
              I saw a star, reached for it...and MISSED

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              • #22


                Muscle quality is something genetic. But sometimes you can change the outcome of a pose by changing the way you squeeze and show your muscles.

                As in the development of body parts and how to train it or to obtain the supreme condition, I believe that the less gifted can be better guides in this regard, since they will have worked harder to "improve" the genetic deficiencies.
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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Ron Harris View Post
                  He will be right up there battling for the win
                  This. He can and will push Bumstead.
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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Howard View Post

                    Thanks

                    There are a lot of detailed reasons with very specific info on "why" certain body parts look as they do with bodybuilders.

                    For example, take 2 top pros with massive, wide physiques like Jay and Ronnie.
                    Both had wide, thick backs, but Ronnie's back muscles genetically had deeper insertions and separation.
                    However, when it came to abs and quads Jay had the deeper insertions and separation.

                    To my knowledge, no amount of drugs or aids can change the insertion depth /separation .
                    Granted, making the quads, lats and delts bigger can give the "look" of a better V taper.
                    But that's just good, old fashioned bodybuilding creating a visual effect with extra muscle mass.

                    This is why SEO /synthol often gives an odd looking muscle that fails to impress when posing on stage.
                    You can make the delts look bigger , COMPARED to other parts using SEO, but the delts lose separation in this process.
                    The overall net effect is a negative.
                    To me, mass without separation is not impressive
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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Ron Harris View Post

                      To me, mass without separation is not impressive
                      Having deeply etched cuts is the hallmark of a great physique.

                      Arnold's chest was massive but his pec cross striations made it epic.

                      Plenty of lifters had big, thick quads.
                      But , when Tom Platz's did the shake and flex , the deep cuts and striations popped .
                      I saw a star, reached for it...and MISSED

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Giles View Post
                        I think Timms is a little light in the legs to crack top 3 at the Olympia this year.

                        Top 6 though. Absolutely.
                        Agreed.

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