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    My name is Zexx and I'm 38 years of age. The last time I lifted for more than two months was when I was 16 in high school. At that time I was around 6' to 6'1 and 175 pounds with a max bench press of 135 pounds and a squat of 225. Six months after I started lifting, I was 245 pounds [70 lbs difference] with a bench max of 320 [185 lbs difference] and a squat of 465 [240 lbs difference]. When I started working out I was reading Leo Costa Jr.'s "Big Beyond Belief" book and building my workout and diet plan around his book. During the six months I lifted, I switched up my workouts between body building and power lifting as Leo Costa recommended. I also had a diet of between 5,000 and 6,000 calories a day with a gram of protein per pound of body weight [my grandparents supported me].

    Can it be possible that there's some truth to this story?
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    Truth to what story?
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    Originally Posted by TolerantLactose View Post
    Truth to what story?
    Can someone go from 135 on bench to 320 and 225 on squats to 465 in only six months.
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    Originally Posted by ZexxMoore View Post
    At that time I was around 6' to 6'1 and 175 pounds with a max bench press of 135 pounds and a squat of 225. Six months after I started lifting, I was 245 pounds [70 lbs difference] with a bench max of 320 [185 lbs difference] and a squat of 465 [240 lbs difference].
    You're asking if your own story is true? Wtf? You already know if you're BSing or not.
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    Originally Posted by TolerantLactose View Post
    You're asking if your own story is true? Wtf? You already know if you're BSing or not.
    You're right TolerantLactose, I already knew the answer before I asked. What I said was a true story, and I was stacking six prohormones for the entire six months. I was scared of needles, so the prohormones were the next best option. It wasn't long after that George W. Bush banned them as performance enhancing drugs.
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    I apologise, this was a waste of everyone's time.
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    Originally Posted by ZexxMoore View Post
    My name is Zexx and I'm 38 years of age. The last time I lifted for more than two months was when I was 16 in high school. At that time I was around 6' to 6'1 and 175 pounds with a max bench press of 135 pounds and a squat of 225. Six months after I started lifting, I was 245 pounds [70 lbs difference] with a bench max of 320 [185 lbs difference] and a squat of 465 [240 lbs difference]. When I started working out I was reading Leo Costa Jr.'s "Big Beyond Belief" book and building my workout and diet plan around his book. During the six months I lifted, I switched up my workouts between body building and power lifting as Leo Costa recommended. I also had a diet of between 5,000 and 6,000 calories a day with a gram of protein per pound of body weight [my grandparents supported me].

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