V for Vendetta

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Prometheus

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The Dark Knight Rises

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Archive for 2010

Wanna get shredded ?!

If so then the most important thing is U HAVE TO HIT THE GYM CONSISTENTLY.There cant be any excuses , if u want it u have to make time for it anything else does not matter.Any excuse your might come up with is only your subconcious bringing you down.
Ignore it ! and hit those weights like a beast

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Pure Motivation

Ok so im here today with this AMAZING video.Listen to it , it will be the best 4 minutes of this day with a doubt




 


 So ? What did i say :P

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 Continuing from yesterday , with some more inspirational images 


Seriously, if you always put limits on what you can do, physical or anything else, it'll spread over into the rest of your life. It'll spread into your work, into your morality, into your entire being. There are no limits, there are plateaus, but you must not stay there, you must go beyond them. If it kills you, it kills you. A man must constantly exceed his level.




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Havent posted anything in a while , so instead of an article i post some awesome images while i get my mind back to bloging.

















Hope u liked them , il add some more tommorow :)

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First of all id like to say i didnt write this article , i found it on T - Nation.I found it to be very helpfull thing when u want to get extra lean for pool/partys or what ever.

Shredded in 6 Days
Your Guide to Level 4 Leanness

Are you fat or are you lean? What do you mean you're not sure? You're not fat, but you're not exactly ripped either? Somewhere in the middle?
Many people have the same problem, even those who train hard and watch their diets. They're probably what we call "levels 2's" — certainly not fat, but not exactly cut either.
You see, we believe there's more than one level of leanness. And there's a big difference between being "not fat" and being jaw-dropping shredded.

The 4 Levels of Leanness
Here are the levels below. We've tried to find a physique photo that somewhat represents each level:


Level 4 leanness involves not only a very low level of body fat, but also a certain extent of "dryness." This is a term that comes from competitive bodybuilding. Bodybuilders manipulate their water intake and carb intake, then take diuretics (both herbal and/or pharmaceutical) to get rid of "water weight."
The goal of this peaking procedure is to minimize subcutaneous water (just beneath the skin) while keeping the muscle as full as possible. This combination will allow a bodybuilder to "pump up" before the show and look his best. A full muscle will "push" against the skin, and if there's no water between the muscle and skin... voilà: separated and full muscle bellies.

It's very, very tricky, and the difference between first and fifth place often comes down to which guy gets his final week of "drying out" right and which one screws it up.
In the non-bodybuilding world, actors often use these fluid manipulation techniques before a shirtless scene or photo shoot in order to look their leanest. We don't know for sure, but we bet Ryan Reynolds did something like this for his infamous display of low body fat in the movie Blade Trinity.

Accidentally Ripped?
A lot of times we "accidentally" manipulate our subcutaneous fluid levels. Ever wake up one day, catch a glimpse of yourself in the bathroom mirror and think, "Wow, I'm ripped!" Then, two days later, you look in the mirror again and look "fat" or at least softer and kinda bloated?
Obviously you didn't gain that much adipose tissue in two days. The reverse wouldn't happen either: you can't go to bed chubby and wake up lean. Yet something is happening, and it's visible to the naked eye.
Most of the time (barring a mild allergic reaction or something) this is due to "water weight" fluctuations. You just happened to eat and drink a certain way, or train a certain way, that leads to you dropping or retaining a couple of pounds of fluid.
Well, below we'll tell you step by step how to drop several pounds of water and get that ripped look on purpose. It ain't exactly easy, but the results can be quite dramatic!

Real World Water Manipulation
By adopting a trick or two from competitive bodybuilders, you can learn to control this phenomenon and use it tactically when you want to look your leanest. It could be used to "peak" before a day at the pool or the beach, for example.
The tricks and techniques contained in this article are designed to get you from Level 2 to Level 3, or from Level 3 to Level 4. Most people will drop several pounds of water weight in just six days, causing them to look leaner and, if done correctly, more vascular and pumped.
Warning: These techniques will not make you look "ripped" if you're fat! While most people can drop a pound of fat along with the water in these six days, this is not primarily a "diet." It's designed to help already lean people get super lean, to basically bump from one level of leanness to the next.
But if you're just plain chubby, then this is not the program for you. Lose the fat first, then worry about subcutaneous water, tubby!

Overview
There are three main factors we're going to be manipulating here to cause your body to dump water fast:

The Level 4 Leanness Plan
This schedule assumes a Saturday bodybuilding competition, photo shoot, or day at the beach.
Monday: 2.5 to 3 gallons of water, 50g of carbs or less
Tuesday: Same
Wednesday: Same
Thursday: Same
Friday: Begin a gradual carb-up. Today eat five or six meals, each containing 50-75g of carbs.
In the first one or two meals, have fruits as your main carb source. Starting the carb-up with fruit replenishes liver glycogen very fast. We believe that the faster liver glycogen is filled, the more effective the rest of the carb-up will be.
For meals three and four, move to starchier, faster-absorbing carbs (yams, potatoes, rice if it's tolerated well). Meal four should be at 4PM.
Now the "fun" begins. Water intake should be cut completely at 4 or 5PM. One or two more meals should be consumed after you cut water. Have only one if you're already looking "full." Have two if not. These meals should contains carbs derived from simple sugars: pancakes and syrup, pie filling, waffles, chocolate, etc.
Along with this simple sugar meal, have two tablespoons of vegetable glycerine (found in most health food stores). Also on Friday, take an herbal diuretic such as Taraxatone. Although the proper thing to do is go by the label directions with these type of products, best results are usually achieved by taking three servings on Friday: one about an hour or two before you cut water intake, one when you cut intake, and one before bed.
Another trick is to take an Epsom salt bath (400g of Epsom salt in very hot water) for 20-30 minutes before bed. This is what European bodybuilders did to help shed water before diuretics became popular. (The salt and mega hot bat drastically increase perspiration.)
Saturday (photo or beach day): Breakfast depends on how you look.
Forty-five minutes before pumping up for your shoot, take in two tablespoons of glycerol in one can of full-sugar soda.

How to train during this week and even more parts of this article are coming tommorow , stay tuned.

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Ok i found this post on a bb forum and i though it would make a nice change from these motivational blogs, but in a way LOLZ are a motivation in it self.

So tell me people are u a gym retard ?!



If any of the following applys to you, you are officially a gym idiot.

1. If Your weekly workout routine reads as follows you are officially a gym idiot.

Monday:Chest and Biceps
Tuesday: Chest and Biceps
Wednesday: Chest and Biceps
Thursday: Chest and Biceps
Friday: Chest and Biceps
Saturday: Chest and Biceps

2. If you use the follwing set/rep scheme on any exercise you are officially a gym idiot. For example....

Barbell Curl 50 x 125

3. If you bench 300 pounds on a vertical bench machine and walk around like that's more impressive than the guy benching 230 pounds of free weights you are officially a gym idiot.

4. If you consider 45 minutes of cardio before your weight training session a warm up you are offically a gym idiot.

5. If you go to McDonalds and order a big mac with a medium diet coke and insist you are still cutting you are officially a gym idiot.

6. If you train, lets say chest on monday and triceps on tuesday, you are officially a gym idiot.

7. If you have ever uttered the phrase "I'm going to cut 40 pounds of bodyweight while increasing my muscle mass, you are officially a gym idiot.

8. If you believe that creatine is a steroid, you are offically a gym idiot.

9. If you believe that endless sets of crunches will get you a six pack you are officially a gym idiot.

10. If you squat 450 with the worst form known to man, you are offically a gym idiot.

There are many more examples of what constitutes a gym idiot, but these ten signs are a starting point. 

Reply in the comments and lets have a laugh x)

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If u need some motivation u are on the right place.


Power, respect, admiration of many and some appeal from girls, thats what you get with a great physique. Someone with a strong physiqe projects diligence without even saying a word, attention from both males and females, respect from males, sex from females, admiration from family and friends, and of course you have the haters as well. You begin to inspire others, you begin to become the embodiment of an alpha male. Strong and powerful and aesthetically pleasing. All eyes on you, all attention on you, and you have the power of influence and persuasion over people, all because they find you powerful and inspirational. You will never know the feeling unless if you develop the body, but the feeling is great, and your self worth goes sky rocket. Combine that with a good personality, a bit of charisma and you will be purely unstoppable. What you do with it, is up to you.

 There's going to be people who won't support you, who'll try to convince you to binge drink out on a friday night or share half a pizza with them and to stop being so 'boring', and yes, it's hard to resist and have enough will power to say no, sometimes its a lonely road when you feel isolated in that manner, but that's what seperates you from them. You should still have a social life and enjoy yourself, have treats here and there, but don't feel forced into anything you don't want to do.

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Imagine this:

In the same room you've been to for the last few years you can remember, working out with the same dumbells.

The cold, relentless iron talks to you.
It tells you what you're really capable of, when your grandmother calls you an OX because you helped carry her new wardrobe in, or your friends call you the wrist snapper when it comes to arm wrestling..
Only the iron will tell you how strong you are.

Doesn't matter what dumbells you're using, what rack you're using or what bar..
All that matters is what the Animal inside you tells you to do.

The human says to add another 5kg..
The animal tells you to add 7.5kg

You add the 7.5kg, and suddenly you feel that inner animal tearing away, trying to escape, trying to become visible, it's like a transformation, from man to animal, it begs you to keep fighting through that burn, the pain keeps it tearing away at you inside, until it can go no more, and stops. This is when you drop that bar, and your muscles send overwhelming pain signals to your brain.
You bested the human, you became the animal, you curled/squatted/deadlifted/benched 2.5kg more than what the human inside could have done.

The animal inside you rests.

During the weak, after it's mighty battle from yesterday, it is wounded.. Broken, but slowly and surely it repairs itself, stronger and bigger than ever.
You walk back into that room, grip that same bar.
The animal tells you to add another 10kg.

It begins all over again.

Doesn't matter who you are, how old you are, whether you're black, white, asian or whatever.. The iron won't think any less of you, it will guide your path to becoming a beast, first by waking up the animal inside, and beckoning to tear it's way out.

Don't stop because it's starting to hurt, keep going till you can't do anymore, battle the pain, keep the animal inside you fighting as much as you can, never stop believing in yourself, there's an animal in us all, most of us just haven't acknowledged that or woken it yet, never give up, the iron is your friend, but also your enemy, imagine when you're benching? It's your worst enemy, it's trying to crush your chest, so you push it away, the animal inside you however, tells you it wants some more, so you bring the bar back down for round 2, then round 3 and so forth.

Don't let anyone say you can't do it, if they do, prove them wrong. If you can't bench that 100kg, work towards it, it will be you who feels better than the guy who said you couldn't bench it, those who mock someone because they can't do something means they can't do it either.

Believe in yourself.
Never give up.

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