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    MTM1 reacted to Sasnak in No you ain’t love   
    I don’t really have one. I’m a 47 year old virgin sitting at a pc in my piss stained y-fronts. I have created the imaginary world that I project on here in my own mind like most people who post on ukm.
    Keep up Ken 
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    MTM1 got a reaction from EpicSquats in Thor’s deadlifts   
    Well he was a top level swimmer as a teen and I think he did other sports so he was probably far from untrained but I think it was the first time he'd done what we would call gym work.  I think as a junior he was a record holder in swimming. It puts it into perspective when everyone immediately points to steroids for everything and forget just how far out the genetic outliers can be and what they are naturally able to do. Thor if he'd never touched a steroid would likely still be able to walk in most any gym in the world and be the top deadlifter in it. 
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    MTM1 got a reaction from EpicSquats in Thor’s deadlifts   
    Well he was a top level swimmer as a teen and I think he did other sports so he was probably far from untrained but I think it was the first time he'd done what we would call gym work.  I think as a junior he was a record holder in swimming. It puts it into perspective when everyone immediately points to steroids for everything and forget just how far out the genetic outliers can be and what they are naturally able to do. Thor if he'd never touched a steroid would likely still be able to walk in most any gym in the world and be the top deadlifter in it. 
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    MTM1 got a reaction from yeue101 in Anyone else been in this position?   
    All joking aside, I've been through a divorce, I was the guilty party but I found it way way harder than I anticipated. Expected it to signal a new start, etc but it dragged out for a long time because I struggled to go through with it. Kept beating myself up that I'd done the wrong thing and I should give it another proper go etc then few hours later I couldn't not be with my now girlfriend but then mistress. I could see exactly why people take their own lives as you just can't see a right decision. In the end you realise there is no right decision except to make one and run with it. Time does heal in the end but I think I'll always carry some scars from the whole situation and I've always considered myself mentally resilient and adaptable. It's tough but just take it a day at a time, have a good friend you can confide in and get it off your chest. I realised enough was enough when I had spent several years outwardly happy but inwardly sad and didn't want to wake up 50 and look back thinking I'd lost a decade. If you've not got children it'll definitely be easier, get a new career, buy some new clothes, train harder keep pushing on 
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    MTM1 got a reaction from yeue101 in Anyone else been in this position?   
    All joking aside, I've been through a divorce, I was the guilty party but I found it way way harder than I anticipated. Expected it to signal a new start, etc but it dragged out for a long time because I struggled to go through with it. Kept beating myself up that I'd done the wrong thing and I should give it another proper go etc then few hours later I couldn't not be with my now girlfriend but then mistress. I could see exactly why people take their own lives as you just can't see a right decision. In the end you realise there is no right decision except to make one and run with it. Time does heal in the end but I think I'll always carry some scars from the whole situation and I've always considered myself mentally resilient and adaptable. It's tough but just take it a day at a time, have a good friend you can confide in and get it off your chest. I realised enough was enough when I had spent several years outwardly happy but inwardly sad and didn't want to wake up 50 and look back thinking I'd lost a decade. If you've not got children it'll definitely be easier, get a new career, buy some new clothes, train harder keep pushing on 
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    MTM1 reacted to Donny dog in Anyone else been in this position?   
    Time is the greatest healer.
    If you can’t wait that long a litre bottle of voddy and about 6 gram of sniff before going round her house and torching it whilst they’re upstairs humping is also an option.
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    MTM1 got a reaction from Kazza61 in Golden era   
    If someone from the golden era was to post their cycle now they'd likely be ripped for it. Yet we don't have old timers dropping like flies or having no virility. Whatever they did clearly worked as well and I'm not sure the transition to modern cycles was motivated by a surge in health issues. I read somewhere they didn't even like test back then and considered it a cheap and dirty steroid lol deca was popular as was dbol. Maybe something to consider for everyone, use less compounds, smaller doses, train correctly and diet properly and you can no doubt achieve phenomenal results.
    Ps- I much prefer the physiques from that era too
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    MTM1 got a reaction from Diesel86 in David Attenborough new documentary on netflix   
    Terminator 2, Annie says it 
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    MTM1 got a reaction from ausmaz in If you could go back to when you first started training...   
    Definitely number 1!!!
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    MTM1 got a reaction from Toranator in Best strength program you've followed?   
    Hi, generally where it's saying for lots of sets at say 80% 1rm but only for 2 reps, it's worth noting that strength is a skill. By this I mean you get better at something by doing it frequently. Also if it's like the dynamic effort days on a conjugate type program you are meant to be lifting as explosively as possible. Strength is a result of as many fibres contracting at once as possible. Think of it like trying to jump as high as possible, like your life depended on it. You'll soon tire as you're trying to engage everything you have. It's a bit like the keg toss in strongman, the kegs are light for men that size but throwing them as high as possible demands huge effort and hence why they're often out of breath after just a few throws. Next time try to imagine moving the weight as fast as you possibly can, then try even faster. It helps to pause for a 1 count at the bottom of the movement I find. It totally changes the feel of it all. Hope that helps 
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    MTM1 reacted to EpicSquats in Pure Gym Slavery Workout   
    Next gym workout "Gassed like Auschwitz"
    "You'll be out of breath after this epic workout"
    "The Holocaust wasn't fun and neither is this". 
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    MTM1 reacted to js77 in Viagra connect   
    I one spent an hour incall with an Israeli tranny called Noor........ she bummed me so well that my teeth began to chatter uncontrollably, just like those plastic wind up teeth. 
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    MTM1 reacted to no-one in What happened to DLTBB?   
    So, 2 years on I was correct then?  Tekkers is inside as well.  Foolishly boasting about sales on facebook and instagram.  Oh deary me.
    Both are idiots but at least one of them sculpted an admirable physique.  The other one looked like a potato.
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    MTM1 reacted to Jackoffblades in I’m going to get stoned on weed!   
    I bought a weed joint once then I threw it away with out trying it because I thought nah I’m not a loser 
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    MTM1 reacted to Kazza61 in Guess the film from one line   
    I used to have a German girlfriend who always rated my sexual performances out of 10. When we had anal I always got a very definite 9. Which was pretty good I reckon. 
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    MTM1 reacted to Restless83 in Childhood wank material   
    Too easy to access porn now back in the day if was a full days graft trying to source material...knocked about with a lad who was my best pal...why was he my best pal!!! He's dad had a treasure trove of authentic German porn on VHS.
    What a ballache it was fastforwarding it to find a good scene while man n dad where downstairs ,the video recorder sounded like a light aircraft taking off,must of heard it 6 times a day 
    "Wanking again is he" 
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    MTM1 got a reaction from DORIAN in Anyone else do simplistic workout routines, also question about exercise selection   
    Frequency is too tied in with recovery to give a simple answer.  How old are you? Lot of difference between a 20 year old with nothing else to concentrate on than a 45 year old juggling work and family commitments. Are you natural or enhanced as that makes an enormous difference  to recovery. How hard do you train, do you eat a good diet covering all your bases, do you sleep enough or are you waking after hitting the snooze button umpteen times each morning... get my point? 3 times a week is perfectly good, its what built many of the 40s,50s and 60s best bodies and would likeky still be far more prevalent today haf Bob Hoffman won the war of magazines instead of the Weider brothers who peddled all their so called secrets. As an older lifter I like splitting upper/lower so you do 
    Monday: upper
    Wednesday: lower 
    Friday: upper 
    The following week it'll be alternate so 2 lower sessions so you hit a group 3 times in 2 weeks. Concentrate on big lifts and progressing them each session be that extra reps or a little extra weight on the bar, literally 1k will do, lots of 1k additions over a year add up to a lot. If you're fairly new you could put more on but not too fast or you'll just hit a wall sooner. 
    If you're not able to keep progressing then something is off - recovery and diet first and foremost. Once more advanced you might need more volume on lifrs before adding weight, beginner's can put weight on the bar every session, intermediates every week to a month and advanced guys might need to accumulate months or even a years volume to put anything on the bar.... think if Thor tried to beat his recent deadlift record, he'd probably need a 6month or year long training plan to build to it. 
    Progress is your friend, if you're progressing then whatever you're doing is working. 
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    MTM1 reacted to stuey99 in Have I considered everything for first cycle?   
    If our body's "got used to test" then life would be pretty s**t mate lol
    I reckon if guys can gain natty their whole lives then 400mg of test will see us through 15 weeks 
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    MTM1 got a reaction from Denied in 9/11 an inside job?   
    This is just more utter bullshit!! The towers were built to survive natural disasters, the sort of natural disasters that happen in new York City. They were also designed to withstand a plane flying in to them... but guess what, it was a passenger plane emptied of fuel as nobody in the 70s thought anyone would crash a fuel laden plane into the towers, they imagined sanely at that time that the pilot would jettison all the fuel to lesson the damage. Radical Islam wasn't even on anyones radar till the 90s when the towers had already been up 20 years. In order to accommodate more lift shafts, so as to allow people to reach their workplace without masses of waiting, handy in 110 floor building, they designed them with a radical design whereby there was a central structure with an outside skin and joined by steel decks. These decks were covered in spray on fire proofing which ordinarily would protect the steel joints. Due to the huge impact, the planes weren't going slowly and without fuel as expected in the design stage 30 years previously, the fireproofing was blown off and the steel joints exposed. Aviation fuel burns at a high temperature and steel loses much of it's rigidity at high temps. The joints failed and the steel decks fell internally eventually leaving a large section above the crash site supported only by the external skin which was never designed to take that load so it also failed and the buildings fell in on themselves exactly as happened. No conspiracy,  no inside job, just s**t happening again as it always does. Oddly the case looking into the disaster was among the largest and most thorough in legal history and found zero evidence of anything other than exactly what it was, a very successful attack by terrorists. Yet oddly that's never enough because everyone is in on it. You'll now take offence at my comment and come back with lots to try to prove your point, basically stating how governments are using this type of event to stifle free speech whilst insulting me and shouting me down because my view differs from yours and how dare I! I won't even read what you put, not because I'm a sheeple etc but because I don't believe any of it and so can't be arsed. So save yourself the trouble, by all means write something for the others to read but please don't expect me to. I've read and replied to your first so that's enough 
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    MTM1 got a reaction from Denied in 9/11 an inside job?   
    This is just more utter bullshit!! The towers were built to survive natural disasters, the sort of natural disasters that happen in new York City. They were also designed to withstand a plane flying in to them... but guess what, it was a passenger plane emptied of fuel as nobody in the 70s thought anyone would crash a fuel laden plane into the towers, they imagined sanely at that time that the pilot would jettison all the fuel to lesson the damage. Radical Islam wasn't even on anyones radar till the 90s when the towers had already been up 20 years. In order to accommodate more lift shafts, so as to allow people to reach their workplace without masses of waiting, handy in 110 floor building, they designed them with a radical design whereby there was a central structure with an outside skin and joined by steel decks. These decks were covered in spray on fire proofing which ordinarily would protect the steel joints. Due to the huge impact, the planes weren't going slowly and without fuel as expected in the design stage 30 years previously, the fireproofing was blown off and the steel joints exposed. Aviation fuel burns at a high temperature and steel loses much of it's rigidity at high temps. The joints failed and the steel decks fell internally eventually leaving a large section above the crash site supported only by the external skin which was never designed to take that load so it also failed and the buildings fell in on themselves exactly as happened. No conspiracy,  no inside job, just s**t happening again as it always does. Oddly the case looking into the disaster was among the largest and most thorough in legal history and found zero evidence of anything other than exactly what it was, a very successful attack by terrorists. Yet oddly that's never enough because everyone is in on it. You'll now take offence at my comment and come back with lots to try to prove your point, basically stating how governments are using this type of event to stifle free speech whilst insulting me and shouting me down because my view differs from yours and how dare I! I won't even read what you put, not because I'm a sheeple etc but because I don't believe any of it and so can't be arsed. So save yourself the trouble, by all means write something for the others to read but please don't expect me to. I've read and replied to your first so that's enough 
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    MTM1 got a reaction from ThatsLife in Old age!   
    I wonfer how many on here saying they don't want to live past 70 would stop a loved one calling for an ambulance should they suffer a heart attack on their 70th birthday. There's always a reason to live, i want to see my children grow up and my grand kids after that and they'll be another wedding or something or another Christmas to see them on. Maybe a grandchild will excel in sport and I'd want to be there to watch them at the Olympics or running out at Wembley for England. Think it's a bit of a narrow view to be so nilhistic or a sign of a loneliness. I'm clearly fortunate to not think like that. I intend to rage against the dying of the light every day I've got breath in my lungs!
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    MTM1 got a reaction from ThatsLife in How on earth do pros diet so well   
    Bodybuilding is something where the process and the end requirement I feel are totally at odds with one another. The training is hard and the diet too, pushing, pulling and heaving huge weights, endless cardio in a hard cut, the unhealthy amounts of PED use to then... get covered in fake tan, put on skimpy trunks and walk around a stage showing off your muscles! I used to cringe hearing bodybuilders saying they went mano mano out there, it was war! Oh come on, I think that's pushing the definition a bit far. I respect the dedication and process completely but as a spectacle it's quite dull. Strongman on the other hand i find miles more entertaining. 
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    MTM1 reacted to Kazza61 in WHEN IS THIS BULLSH*T GOING TO END? IM JUST HOPING GYMS DON’T CLOSE AGAIN   
    I reckon one is nearer than you think. It's just the tracking chips that are proving difficult. Not least because they need a 4kg battery to keep them working for the rest of your life. That or fit a solar panel in the top everyone's head. 
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    MTM1 got a reaction from Eddias in WHEN IS THIS BULLSH*T GOING TO END? IM JUST HOPING GYMS DON’T CLOSE AGAIN   
    It's not actually very hard to grasp, they want to keep open as much of the economy as possible including schools and gyms. They are trying to limit the opportunity for infection, not stop it completely as that would require a total quarantine period. So, what can they do if they want to try to limit closing elements of the economy? Stop gatherings of 6 or more. If you want the gyms to remain open then encourage people to abide by this. Im sick to death of the whole thing and want everything back to normal and just shield the vulnerable. The trouble is that we live in an ageing nation and so a larger percentage of our population are vulnerable to these type infections and will overwhelm the NHS. Like I say elsewhere, what would you do differently and by that I mean what proposal would you be prepared to stand up on TV to be picked over on a global stage and make? f**k the elderly and keep the gyms open? OK behind closed doors as a rant but is a world leader going to publicly say that lol and if its a conspiracy, what is the aim? What are all the global elite aiming to achieve by closing down the economy? Especially when business leaders are most keen to get everyone back to work. State workers are most resistant to this and are general left leaning yet business is generally right leaning so what is it? Oh yeah they're all the same lol 
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    MTM1 reacted to Youdontknowme in WHEN IS THIS BULLSH*T GOING TO END? IM JUST HOPING GYMS DON’T CLOSE AGAIN   
    You’re in the wrong place to be talking sense like that. Although you should have addressed microchipping, chemtrails and 5G whilst you were at it. 
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