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    Discussion in 'Over Age 35' started by Canellesao, Aug 5, 2012.

    1. Canellesao

      Canellesao Well-Known Member

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      I was going through some older pictures (Glad I have always taken bodybuilding pics) and found the original pic that was taken in the hotel room when I was roughly 37 -38 years old.


      Here it is.
       
    2. emininojiq

      emininojiq Well-Known Member

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      A rude awakening and keeping things in perspective, or keeping sh!t real.

      Your legs look bigger now imo.

      Also that mustache kills me!

      Edit: bh isnt the first pic pre accident?

      You have nothing to feel down on yourself for
       
    3. Jawaz

      Jawaz Well-Known Member

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      A rude awakening and keeping things in perspective, or keeping sh!t real.

      I didnt know you used to be black, cool.

      I think the now pic looks better. we just get all around bigger as we get older.

      the first pic looks a bit more defined but you look more solid in the second one.
       
    4. jailynn24hb

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      A rude awakening and keeping things in perspective, or keeping sh!t real.

      No one else will EVER be a bigger critic of you than you.

      That being said I WILL say that it's better to look the same (or close enough to it) than to be worse; especially after an accident/injury (I have no idea what it was or how severe).

      Take your own advice and roll with it.
       
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      A rude awakening and keeping things in perspective, or keeping sh!t real.

      Anyone that can come back after an accident like you had and look the way you do now has no reason to come down on himself.
       
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      A rude awakening and keeping things in perspective, or keeping sh!t real.

      You're probably just close to your natty "genetic limit" BH....
       
    7. masoven4u

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      A rude awakening and keeping things in perspective, or keeping sh!t real.

      You make it sound like you had a sprained ankle. What you came back from is something not many people could/would do.
       
    8. crormaSoila18

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      A rude awakening and keeping things in perspective, or keeping sh!t real.

      Jump off the GW Bridge. It's over . J/K bud. Chill. You are adding great mass. It's all part of the process
       
    9. jailynn24hb

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      A rude awakening and keeping things in perspective, or keeping sh!t real.

      ^^ This.

      ^^ This too. A better comparison would be to look at how far you've come since your accident. Being told you'd never walk again, and then coming back to rival your physique of 10 years ago is quite a success story in my book.
       
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      A rude awakening and keeping things in perspective, or keeping sh!t real.

      Funny chit, actually brought tears to my eyes.
       

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