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genetics play TOO big of a role (my friend just took 1st in a show.. didnt even diet)

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  • #31
    Originally posted by BlakeSelby View Post
    Go into Wal-mart... look around... those are average genetics.

    -B
    That isn't a good comaprison either...in Wal-Mart you see average genetics, combined with average lifestyle. Skip breakfast, eat a fast food lunch, and a big dinner...sit and couch and watch tv...repeat.

    You are a product of your genetics and your environment. All we can do..and worry about is creating an environment that will best enhance our physique

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    • #32
      ok, genetics play big of a role....so what ? stop training, diet and looks fat ugly as hell or keep training and do your best to looks good!!!, It's your choice...UP to you.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Zen_Lifter View Post
        That isn't a good comaprison either...in Wal-Mart you see average genetics, combined with average lifestyle. Skip breakfast, eat a fast food lunch, and a big dinner...sit and couch and watch tv...repeat.

        You are a product of your genetics and your environment. All we can do..and worry about is creating an environment that will best enhance our physique
        True, it's not a foolproof comparison.

        Totally agree brother. Besides, nothing in science seems "fair" or "unfair", take natural selection for ex. It's not that the gorilla born without genitalia didn't TRY to pass on it's genetics, it's just that it didnt occur. There may have been a gorilla that had success with 1/10 the effort because it was suited for the task.
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