I was just going to post this. I know it's just a video and I've taken videos of myself doing leg extensions and they look pretty good but he definitely looks better than what I was expecting. Incredible at his age to say the least. Still one of my favorite all time.
He legs look better than I expected but I didn't think they would look really bad. You could tell he had some size to them when he would do leg extensions in pants. His upper body has been looking great for weeks and now he is on a whole new level. He looks incredible. It will be interesting to see how good he does because the line up is stacked. Hopefully he can make the top 6. After seeing this video it's definitely a possibility. I am curious what he will look like stood up from the front though.
Definitely. The fact his upper body was so big just made them look even worst. I know he has always trained heavy but he should follow Flex's routine of training then lighter but twice weekly imo. He is only going to injure himself if he keeps up with the 500 pound squats for low reps at his age. It's great he can still do that but I think he would get better results training differently. I have seen many videos of Flex training legs in recent years and he would go heavy but it messed up his knees. During this prep he has lifted tiny weights but it shows you with the right genetics and intense training (even light) you can get amazing results. The detail in his back is incredible too.
Ya XMan I just don't get that whole Tom Prince thing seems he totally gave up?
It don't matter what I'm going through I'm lifting health wise, Life, hell if they said a huge asteroid will impact the earth in 3 hours and the planet will be vaporized I'm heading to the gym to get that last workout in!
Flex looks great! It makes me want to drive up to Vegas. Unfortunately I have to work Friday.
Kidneys do heal contrary to what most people think.
My friend had total kidney failure last December.
The doctors said he was screwed. I told him and his wife that doctors don't understand steroids at all and have no idea what AAS do to blood work. I told him quit AAS and work on getting his blood pressure down with clean food and cardio and he would heal. What caused his kidney failure was blood pressure of 230/130 long term. I told him for a damn year to get on blood pressure meds but he swore they ruined his training.
Anyway, he still is stubborn about taking bp meds, but he got off roids and got his bp down to 160/100, sometimes higher. His doctors said they've never seen kidneys heal like his.
I still tell him everyday to cut out processed foods but he can't stick to the diet I'm on. Anyway, he has improved immensely.
By the way, he was 100% correct about bp meds destroying muscle. After the gradual break down of my body to where I have injuries damn near everywhere, I finally quit using clonidine a month ago and my injuries are beginning to heal.
I control my bp now with flawless diet, cardio, and reduced body weight. I know a lot of guys here swear by lisinopril but I won't touch another bp drug, no way!!!