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I Want To Look Like That Guy documentary

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Unreal. Thanks for posting.

Great motivation.

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Watched this doco a few months ago, very good watch - recommended for anyone who is into working out / getting in shape

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Thanks Kris, was a good reality check with the purpose of working out and what we're all trying to achieve.

 

For others who haven't watch it yet, it's a little long (90 mins), but worth your while. Amazing to see a guy who was 27% body fat get to 6% and a bit below on comp day. Would have been good if they explained a little more about his workout and diet plan.

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Good documentary. If you listen to Dr Cranium/Liam you'd pretty much be able to fill in the blanks on the rest.

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holy heck!!!

 

that is crazy transformation in only 6months!!

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Such a good doc! Great for motivation and seeing what it takes, got me motivated to train and eat properly :D

 

Even though I had a whole packet of raspberry bullets during it -.-

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he was pretty much starving himself towards the end and was 3/4 pound over his weight limit

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good watch. three days and theyre gone! that would suck

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He had a few other videos saying how he was sick of people saying he was using steroids and such.

 

I'm guessing it got to him.

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Ah sh*t. There was another thread about the video on bb.com today so there's a possibility it might have been re-uploaded.

 

Edit - here it is.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gKLY9HfNrT8&feature=g-high-rec

 

So many clueless phaggots throwing juice accusations around.

 

edit: Dec 11. Been removed yet again lol.

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And plenty of people going on about 'all natural bodybuilding' who get on the gear :(

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Good watch,

 

There is a documentary on sbs tomorrow night at 8:30;

 

 

The Truth About Exercise

 

"Whether it’s running, swimming, cycling, or hula hooping, we have always been told that doing regular exercise is one of the keys to a healthy and happy life. Our one-size-fits-all approach to maintaining an active, healthy lifestyle is very rarely questioned, but with recent advances in genetic testing technology and brain stimulation techniques, scientists are uncovering the new and surprising truths about what exercise is really doing to our bodies, and why we all respond to it differently. In this program, Michael Mosley uses himself as a human guinea pig to discover the truth about exercise". (From the UK) (Documentary) G CC

 

JUST SAYING.

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Watched 'The Truth About Exercise' last night. It largely had nothing to do with training or increasing strength. It was more concerned with basic fitness levels for people with no time or are just lazy; saying that it's better to do very short amounts of high intensity training (1 minute), instead of 30-60 minutes of low intensity jogging, etc a day.

 

It also touched on maintaining a better resting metabolism and keeping insulin levels in check.

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Not docos as such but here's some good videos by Layne Norton.

 

^This is a good one for people that are cutting.

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