Sunday, November 17, 2013

Starting Strength Before And After Pictures (NSFW)


Mark Rippetoe a.k.a Rip has become an Internet sensation among young adults looking to get the ultimate physique. It's quite sad that there are so many individuals who fall for the advice of this "expert". According to Rippetoe the main thing people do wrong is: "not eating enough". For that very same reason he advises his students to get on a very high calorie diet. 

Well, here are the results !









THANK YOU MARK RIPPETOE !!!!!!!!



11 comments:

  1. Any naive fool who tries to BULK will see this as a physique be warned!

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  2. Hahahaha, the worst diet advice coupled with a shitty routine.

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    1. wha would be a better alternative for beginners at the gym then? bicep curls in the squat rack? hehe.

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  3. Wonder if before and after pictures in wrong order?

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  4. Did you guys actually read the book? it never said anything about getting the ultimate physique or looking shredded like a bodybuilder. Even the title says STARTING STRENGTH. In fact Rip himself said that once you are on this programme, you actually have to be mentally prepared to put on some fat. Also IF, only IF you read the book properly, Rip mentioned that GOMAD and all the other crappy eating principles are for the skinny bastards who think they would die without their "six pack abs" (lol). He actually advised trainees under the programme who are overweight to got on a lower carb/modified paleo type diet. Granted, he's no nutrition expert, but i feel like that is rather good advice for his trainees or those looking to run the programme on their own.


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  5. Wow. This is an exact example on bulking and SS gone wrong. This is what happens when you only lift 3x per week, eat a lot of calories (Rippetoe explains a 1000 calorie surplus, which is ridiculously insane) and engage in no cardiovascular activity. I am doing a formation of "Fierce Five" on BB.com, which is a formation of SS, and I haven't gained that much fat.

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    1. Good luck. Looking forwards to adding you as an after photo. (not serious)

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