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Old June 11th, 2005 #1
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Why not get yourself in shape?

Dave Draper, a personal friend of mine of over 30 years, has a great website that has all of the information you will ever need to build a super Aryan body.

Dave’s biography is an inspiration.

http://www.davedraper.com/index.html

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Old June 11th, 2005 #2
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The benefits of being in good physical condition are far more than just aesthetic. The process of maintaining a disciplined regimen and gaining a healthy body builds a self assured, confident, countenance that affects all aspects of ones life.
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Back in the late 60's Dave Draper held the record for largest arms in the world (or so his ad in the comic books said). I seem to recall him guest starring on the beverly Hillbillies once. So, Brutus, have you converted Mr Draper to WN?
 
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Back in the late 60's Dave Draper held the record for largest arms in the world (or so his ad in the comic books said). I seem to recall him guest starring on the beverly Hillbillies once. So, Brutus, have you converted Mr Draper to WN?
He's still running a business. If he's a WN he has to remain subrosa.
 
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Dave Draper and my older brother used to work-out together in the same gym in New Jersey in the early 1960s. Dave started to go big-time when he won Mr. New Jersey. I was inspired to take-up body building by Dave in my teens and I‘ve been at it on and off ever since. I‘m still in decent shape, just ask my wife. LOL

Dave moved to California and fell on some hard times after he won all of the major titles. We lost contact with him for many years. He pulled himself back up on top with the help of his lovely wife. His story is amazing.

I’ve just recently come across his website and shared some email with him and his wife and decided to post his info here for the benefit of VNNers who are looking to learn from a solid pro.

I do not know of Dave’s racial awareness as I haven’t discussed it directly with him. However, I can say this..........He’s a strong and honest White man who knows his stuff and he’s an excellent teacher and motivator.
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He's still running a business. If he's a WN he has to remain subrosa.
Yeah, I was just joking anyway.
 
Old June 11th, 2005 #7
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Do any of you chumps want to arm wrestle?

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Back in the late 60's Dave Draper held the record for largest arms in the world (or so his ad in the comic books said). I seem to recall him guest starring on the beverly Hillbillies once. So, Brutus, have you converted Mr Draper to WN?

I saw on their forum that some guy posted a picture of this monkey nigger that supposedly had the largest arms in the 70's or something, trying to get everyone to notice him, saying he was "humble" and doesn't brag and "have an ego like all other bodybuilders today." (What nigger doesn't?)

It was funny. I bet he was trying to get all the guys on the forum jealous and get the White women of the forum to notice him, but they weren't buying it. Hahaha.
 
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Some friends and I were out on powerboats on Lake Mich past weekend. Pulled up alongside a beach. Where were the best looking ladies? On the beach with the cut up dudes who can spend all day in the gym? No way. Those were the guys asking themselves why the old farts in the boats pull all the best chicks. LOL.
 
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You don't see many doctor or lawyer bodybuilders, do you?

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Ironically one of the guys I was with used to be a bodybuilder but now he doesnt have time for that. LOL I will get that Pavel book and look it over. I do elliptical for a half hour three times a week and lift free weights for a short while each time but that's for my health not so I can look like some abcrunching poostabber who shaves his chest.
 
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I like ellipticals. I work out for about 45 minutes on one body part a day and then do ellipticals for 30/45 minutes.

That guy Sean posted has absolutely no bodyfat at all. I don't think that guy could get any bigger either, it looks genetic with him. Some guys are like that.
 
Old June 28th, 2005 #13
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One thing that can be true about a HYPER-articulated body, is that it's more liable to get injured if the person toting it about doesn't have a large enough frame to properly support it: that's one of the dangers with steroids.
 
Old June 28th, 2005 #14
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I've been getting a lot of exercise myself lately. Way too much manual labor, and not nearly enough yoga.

If manual laborers were forced to do yoga 3x a week, there would be far fewer workers compensation claims.

When I finally get a chance to do yoga after a week of thorwing around cordwood, my joints crack like crazy. I can feel the blood rushing into the abused muscles, the strained tendons let go.

Keep this in mind, folks. If you find yourself in 19th century Dickensian conditions, doing 10 hours of manual labor a day and wrecking your body, remember my words. If you do yoga a few times a week, you'll save yourself.

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I've been getting a lot of exercise myself lately. Way too much manual labor, and not nearly enough yoga.

If manual laborers were forced to do yoga 3x a week, there would be far fewer workers compensation claims.

When I finally get a chance to do yoga after a week of thorwing around cordwood, my joints crack like crazy. I can feel the blood rushing into the abused muscles, the strained tendons let go.

Keep this in mind, folks. If you find yourself in 19th century Dickensian conditions, doing 10 hours of manual labor a day and wrecking your body, remember my words. If you do yoga a few times a week, you'll save yourself.

Rob
I think there may be a psychological aspect to training. No matter if it is weight lifting, yoga, cardio, etc.
Your mind is consciously aware that you are training your body and thus, helps compensate your tissues, joints and cells to grow stronger and/or more flexible.
Moreover, I'd say there is a spurious relation to training and overall better health. People involved in physical exercise tend to have an overall more healthy lifestyle, better nutrition..that sort of thing.
Plus, one of the greatest joys of training is the discipline and goal setting that you do for yourself. It's all part of the healthy lifestyle.

I read on here a long time ago about people doing something like 100 pushups every hour for 10 hours or things of this nature.
I would want to try this sometime in the fall so I am kind of training myself for this personal quest.

Manual labor usually involves complex movements that the body may not be ready for.
I have not tried Yoga yet, but enjoy weights and lifting.
I notice without adequate nutrition, all the training is almost useless for me so I have really hunkered down in writing down my daily meals and overall diet.

I have practically eliminated unnatural foods from my diet, don't drink alcohol or soda, and eat lots of protein....things are going well in my training.

Let's start a thread asking what is your all time favorite/most hated exercise movement?
 
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..........are going well in my training.

Let's start a thread asking what is your all time favorite/most hated exercise movement?
favorite exercise; that would be sex.

least favorite: windsprints at the end of high school football practice.
 
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What asanas do you do? Do you follow a routine or mix it up? My wife said she had to limit her yoga because it released so many toxins it made her feel lethargic and lousy for a day or so afterward. That's how I felt after the acupuncturist rubbed the back of my neck and upper back for fifteen minutes with a jar lid: Chinese folk remedy. The kwan authorites noticed Vietnamese kids had bruises on their upper backs and necks and started screaming "abuse" when it was this treatment. You're supposed to do it when you feel a cold coming on, the Chinese say that's where the wind enters the body.
Can you recommend a good Yoga site? Or maybe a few stretching exercises? Iv'e always had a bit of a problem with flexibility and once I got past age 40 it has gotten worse. The strength and stamina is still there but lately when I roll out of bed in the morning I'm stiff as a board(no pun intended).

Also, some knee and shoulder injuries in high school and college are starting to cause me a bit more pain. Can Yoga help? I don't know anything about it but I am willing to try anything short of pain killers.(the little gook kid, Anima, is probably chuckling to himself over this).

I went to the health food store a while back and the large breasted female who worked there sold me a concoction of Glucosamine/Chondroitin plus MSN. It really helped out! I don't know if it is the placebo effect or if the stuff really works but my joints feel 100 times better!

Anyway, any help would be appreciated.

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Can you recommend a good Yoga site? Or maybe a few stretching exercises? Iv'e always had a bit of a problem with flexibility and once I got past age 40 it has gotten worse. The strength and stamina is still there but lately when I roll out of bed in the morning I'm stiff as a board(no pun intended).

Also, some knee and shoulder injuries in high school and college are starting to cause me a bit more pain. Can Yoga help? I don't know anything about it but I am willing to try anything short of pain killers.(the little gook kid, Anima, is probably chuckling to himself over this).

I went to the health food store a while back and the large breasted female who worked there sold me a concoction of Glucosamine/Chondroitin plus MSN. It really helped out! I don't know if it is the placebo effect or if the stuff really works but my joints feel 100 times better!

Anyway, any help would be appreciated.
Go to Amazon and get a video either from the Kripalu center (which is a gentler style, but very thorough) or Iyengar. If you are the athletic type, get Bryan Kest or Barone Baptiste. I leanred it mostly from videos, but I did take some Iyengar classes and they were very valuable.

If I could, I would study Iyengar yoga. it focuses on perfect form of the asanas. once you learn the asanas (poses) you can just make up your own routine. If you are out of shape, do a lot of standing poses, and try to hold them for 1 minute, maybe 90 seconds, even 2 minutes at a time. It takes between 90 seconds to 2 minutes for a stretch to really work through your muscles and joints. Also, breathe deeply while in t he pose.

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I went to the health food store a while back and the large breasted female who worked there sold me a concoction of Glucosamine/Chondroitin plus MSN. It really helped out! I don't know if it is the placebo effect or if the stuff really works but my joints feel 100 times better!

Anyway, any help would be appreciated.
I used to feed that shit to my dog before he went down the tubes. Go back there and exchange it for some "horny goat weed." Tell that chick you got a pecker problem. You get laid so much you're bored with it now. Maybe she will give you some "hands on therapy."
 
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I have this stretching machine,

http://shop.store.yahoo.com/superfoot/newimve.html

it does wonders for me. About the only time I watch tv is when I'm on that thing. It's not cheap, but it will open up your hips, without which you won't achieve real flexibility. ............
Superfoot bill machine! We used to sit in those racks alot around the TKD gym. They work pretty well. You can also use your body weight same way by alternating a couple minutes Chinese splits then American splits, left and right.
 
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