Big difference. The Liver King was lying but also selling products. He was intentionally misleading for financial gains. And it was his plan all along if you watched that video.He does. Mike is all business in the gym.
And, if he truly is using PEDS he should just admit to it. The Liver King should had been honest as well.
Yeah sorry, not watching a video from him. I can't take more than like 3 seconds of his voice.Good points.
The Liver King was and is till profiting from his lies and misinformation. I almost bought his ancestoral supplements. Have you seen the price of his supplements? $50 a month for grassfed beef organs in pill form. I will admit that the Liver King is a very good marketer. its why he has a multimillion dollar a year supplement company. He is being sued for over $100m so who knows if his company will vanish in a few years, or not.
As for Mike, I believe that he is being dishonest. And, he is profiting from his dishonesty. He does sell supplements, and has a very large following of very young boys/men.
Here is a video from Greg Doucette on Mike O'Hearn.
I looked at all your posts. I'm pretty sure you didn't tell us your age. But I agree that "getting old sucks". Even so, if you're pumping iron and upset about a sprain, I don't think you're fully aware of where these years lead us. You may, however, extend your life. Who can say, though?First I sprained my ankle last weekend right before my son's birthday party, just walking to my car to get the rest of the pizzas. I rolled my ankle in a spot I walk probably 4+ times a day.
Then today I'm doing my normal chest routine and doing my first exercise, flat bench barbell, and after my normal warmup of 5 sets, I do my first set and got 8 reps easily so I stepped it up to a weight I've done many times before, and on the second rep I pulled my left pec.
I stopped doing chest exercises immediately, could only do half of my tricep routine due to the pain, then left after that, so I am hoping by next Thursday I'll be able to do chest, even if it's just light weight.
I turn 42 this November.I looked at all your posts. I'm pretty sure you didn't tell us your age. But I agree that "getting old sucks". Even so, if you're pumping iron and upset about a sprain, I don't think you're fully aware of where these years lead us. You may, however, extend your life. Who can say, though?
I was waiting anxiously to turn 42 and I did, last October. Reason was that the phase from age 35 to 42 is supposed to be the challenging phase of life. I faced my worst health issues during these years. Hopefully, I'm past all that. I actually won $6000 before the end of that phase. Bought three tickets on 15th September, gave a bit to charity (to an organization working for orphans) and lottery draw was on 17th. Turned out to be one of the 41 winners sharing the 2nd prize (no one won the Grand prize). Maybe you should get a ticket too.I turn 42 this November.
Any side effects? Do you try to maintain normal levels or prefer them a bit boosted, for that extra bit of strength/muscle mass?It's been less bad (at 41) since starting TRT. Amazing how my aches and pains have vanished. I didn't start for fitness reasons but it's been a nice bonus.
Any side effects? Do you try to maintain normal levels or prefer them a bit boosted, for that extra bit of strength/muscle mass?
I turn 42 this November.
As for lifting though I am not the strongest I've ever been but definitely up there with the best shape I've ever been lifting wise. I'm definitely a top percentile for my age I'd guess though based off of all the people I see when picking up my kid from school and going to my pool.
It's been less bad (at 41) since starting TRT. Amazing how my aches and pains have vanished. I didn't start for fitness reasons but it's been a nice bonus.
What do your typical meals look like? Do you drink a lot of protein shakes?At 57 I can provide you with reassurance that strength training never stops paying dividends. Lift for life.
Being huge isn't in the cards for the vast majority of us. People with that level of hypertrophy are on a different level. A dedication to it that I think qualifies it as an extreme sport.What do your typical meals look like? Do you drink a lot of protein shakes?
I've tried lifting but my bones are so weak. It feels like I will get a fracture trying to lift heavy so that puts a damper on my desire to try to be the Hulk
You may have Netherlandic genes. What about nutritious food? Fruits? Veggies? Any preferences?Being 6'5" 245-265lbs depending on my focus, bears most of the responsibility for why I get the "what are you using" questions I surmise. If I was 5'8" I don't think anyone would even comment.
Yup. Have to be from there abouts. The large majority of humans are lactose intolerant. I am lactose super-tolerant. You know that white people love cheese meme? I am the poster child. I'm Dave Chappelle cocaine skit level. Cottage cheese too. I guess I should amend my statement to avoid added sugar. Dairy has plenty.You may have Netherlandic genes. What about nutritious food? Fruits? Veggies? Any preferences?
Once you realize that eating is not really necessary in the short term, you start losing weight easily.Still crave a big meal after work and couple of lite beers...therein lies the problem.