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OB
05-01-2009, 11:18 AM
I'm a 50yr old competitor preparing for the NPC Master Nationals.

esplendido
05-01-2009, 01:51 PM
Pay no attention to the young natty. You're welcome here Old Bastard. How's the prep coming?

Ninja Loco
05-01-2009, 02:31 PM
And one of my best fucking friends!! Give it up for OB!!

HeavyDutyGuy
05-01-2009, 03:01 PM
Stats? Pics? Tell us more.

gman
05-01-2009, 04:01 PM
Yeah, tell us more. I am coming to the show to see my friend Ed Cook compete. I would love to know who else to look for!

HeavyDutyGuy
05-01-2009, 04:40 PM
Gman, we'll have to find each other and chat. Maybe grab some food after.

OB
05-01-2009, 06:31 PM
Pay no attention to the young natty. You're welcome here Old Bastard. How's the prep coming?


thanks man. Prep is goinf well. I'm currently 6' 1" at 244lbs.

OB
05-01-2009, 06:32 PM
thanks for the welcoming. OB

SallyAnne
05-01-2009, 06:43 PM
You look freakin' fantastic.

esplendido
05-01-2009, 06:47 PM
Fantastic physique! You're gonna give 'em hell at the MN!

Ninja Loco
05-01-2009, 06:52 PM
Sweet Jebus.......... That's my friend, YO!!

OB
05-01-2009, 07:04 PM
Sweet Jebus.......... That's my friend, YO!!

It's a pleasure to call you my friend. See you around buddy.OB

OB
05-01-2009, 07:04 PM
You look freakin' fantastic.

Thanks you. Much appreciated.

SallyAnne
05-01-2009, 07:07 PM
Thanks you. Much appreciated.

You're very welcome. I love seeing masters guys stick it to the youngins. ;)

MsGuns
05-01-2009, 07:26 PM
thanks man. Prep is goinf well. I'm currently 6' 1" at 244lbs.

WoW Impressive...

Ninja Loco
05-01-2009, 07:27 PM
You're very welcome. I love seeing masters guys stick it to the youngins. ;)
Have you not seen my profile?




Sorry, OB

esplendido
05-01-2009, 07:29 PM
You're very welcome. I love seeing masters guys stick it to Young Guns. ;)

I quite agree...:D

esplendido
05-01-2009, 07:31 PM
Have you not seen my profile?




Sorry, OB

Damn bro! You need to cut back on the Cialis...:rolleyes: (your profile pic)

Ninja Loco
05-01-2009, 07:32 PM
Heh heh.......

sassy69
05-01-2009, 07:59 PM
Fantastic physique! Welcome & definitely going to enjoy seeing results posted for the Masters Nats! I'm seriously hoping RX will have a blow-by-blow for that show!

OB
05-01-2009, 09:04 PM
Fantastic physique! Welcome & definitely going to enjoy seeing results posted for the Masters Nats! I'm seriously hoping RX will have a blow-by-blow for that show!

Thanks. That sounds great. I'm looking forward to the competition.

Mouse
05-01-2009, 10:40 PM
Welcome OB! Looking really good in the pics.

OB
05-01-2009, 11:16 PM
Welcome OB! Looking really good in the pics.

thanks brotha. :D

Aries
05-01-2009, 11:55 PM
Good Lord pops! Yeah, I must say you look very good. Hard to beat old muscle. Seriously.

Hittin
05-01-2009, 11:59 PM
Yea, that man looks like he has been working his ass off!

Way to be OB!

esplendido
05-02-2009, 12:19 AM
Expand your vocabulary, aires. Using synonyms makes it hard to get the point across. "Mature" muscle is what you meant.

That was free of charge :D

Aries
05-02-2009, 12:21 AM
Expand your vocabulary, aires. Using synonyms makes it hard to get the point across. "Mature" muscle is what you meant.

That was free of charge :DYou know what I meant. BTW its Aries and that was free as well.:D

esplendido
05-02-2009, 12:23 AM
And you know what I meant :D

That'll be $19.95

esplendido
05-02-2009, 12:23 AM
Plus shipping and handling.

Aries
05-02-2009, 12:26 AM
Check's in the mail bro.

GirlyMuscle
05-02-2009, 12:27 AM
thanks man. Prep is goinf well. I'm currently 6' 1" at 244lbs.
HO-LEE SHYT!

OB...I...I...dunno what to say....Dude ...holy shyt!

Welcome to Rx!

esplendido
05-02-2009, 12:27 AM
Discounts available for return business!

Pops

Aries
05-02-2009, 12:37 AM
Discounts available for return business!

Popslol...the old man looks good. He should be proud.

esplendido
05-02-2009, 12:39 AM
lol...the old man looks good. He should be proud.

He's gonna do some damage at the Masters Nationals, for sure!

OB
05-02-2009, 12:47 AM
HO-LEE SHYT!

OB...I...I...dunno what to say....Dude ...holy shyt!

Welcome to Rx!

I really appreciate that. Thank you.:D

OB
05-02-2009, 12:49 AM
He's gonna do some damage at the Masters Nationals, for sure!


We are both gonna do some damage. I'm going all out. Best wishes my friend. OB

SpeedoGuido
05-02-2009, 12:54 AM
thanks man. Prep is goinf well. I'm currently 6' 1" at 244lbs.

Lookin' good!!!:bowdown:

Ninja Loco
05-02-2009, 01:06 AM
HO-LEE SHYT!

OB...I...I...dunno what to say....Dude ...holy shyt!

Welcome to Rx!
THIS is the kind of response i want when Im 50. I have 7 years to go.

GirlyMuscle
05-02-2009, 01:08 AM
THIS is the kind of response i want when Im 50. I have 7 years to go.Useless without pics...NOW. :D

Ninja Loco
05-02-2009, 01:12 AM
Useless without pics...NOW. :D
You are out of your ever lovin, curly headed, spanish lullabyed mind if you think Im going to post my fat ass next to OB.

GirlyMuscle
05-02-2009, 01:13 AM
You are out of your ever lovin, curly headed, spanish lullabyed mind if you think Im going to post my fat ass next to OB.
Pooh. :(

Gaoshang Xiongshou
05-02-2009, 02:10 AM
Damn. First Esplendido, and now OB...

If it is like this, I am looking forward to being 50-years-old.

esplendido
05-02-2009, 02:38 AM
You know, when I was 21, I thought 50 was a "grandfatherly" age and the beginning of the "senior" years. All the sports stars then (and now) were washed up by 35, maybe 40, if they were exceptional. When I retired from BBing at 32, I thought I'd never be able to do better, or even equal what I had accomplished to that point.

When I turned 40, my mind and energy were both still existing in my early thirties, and I found that curious. My mom turned 60 when I was 44 and I asked her how it felt. She said, "Like a 30 year old trapped in a 60 year old body".

At 47, when I decided to make a comeback in bbing, My best hope was to acquire the condition I ended with at 32. I had that mindset up to my first show at 50, in 2007. I competed against one gentleman from Oklahoma, who was 2 years older than me. And was big, hard, ripped to shreds....better than I had been in my 20's and early 30's. It opened my eyes. I had limited myself with a prejudice towards "old" age. The day after that show, I decided that I would no longer think like a 50-something. I would think like a bodybuilder, period!

Yes, it takes a little longer to recover. There are nagging old injuries to work around. But I've busted my ass every day in the gym like I could stand on an Olympia stage. And it has taken me past what I accomplished by 32, and I'm still growing. The knowledge we have about diet, AAS, and training has leveled the playing field. I take full advantage of that.

So 52 is just a number. I'm the biggest, strongest man in the gym and get due respect for it. I have young guys constantly approaching me, asking me how long I've trained to get the body I have. They ask for training advice, diet advice, and occasionally, hormone advice. I have women ages 21-60 regularly remark on how good I look in more than a "you look good for your age" way. I was even hit on by a 21 year old on my flight to Columbus to see the Arnold.

Moral of the story? Don't let anything limit you, especially age. You can accomplish much more than you could dream of with patience, perseverence, and the will to push past perceived barriers. Go for it!!!

SpeedoGuido
05-02-2009, 03:05 AM
You know, when I was 21, I thought 50 was a "grandfatherly" age and the beginning of the "senior" years. All the sports stars then (and now) were washed up by 35, maybe 40, if they were exceptional. When I retired from BBing at 32, I thought I'd never be able to do better, or even equal what I had accomplished to that point.

When I turned 40, my mind and energy were both still existing in my early thirties, and I found that curious. My mom turned 60 when I was 44 and I asked her how it felt. She said, "Like a 30 year old trapped in a 60 year old body".

At 47, when I decided to make a comeback in bbing, My best hope was to acquire the condition I ended with at 32. I had that mindset up to my first show at 50, in 2007. I competed against one gentleman from Oklahoma, who was 2 years older than me. And was big, hard, ripped to shreds....better than I had been in my 20's and early 30's. It opened my eyes. I had limited myself with a prejudice towards "old" age. The day after that show, I decided that I would no longer think like a 50-something. I would think like a bodybuilder, period!

Yes, it takes a little longer to recover. There are nagging old injuries to work around. But I've busted my ass every day in the gym like I could stand on an Olympia stage. And it has taken me past what I accomplished by 32, and I'm still growing. The knowledge we have about diet, AAS, and training has leveled the playing field. I take full advantage of that.

So 52 is just a number. I'm the biggest, strongest man in the gym and get due respect for it. I have young guys constantly approaching me, asking me how long I've trained to get the body I have. They ask for training advice, diet advice, and occasionally, hormone advice. I have women ages 21-60 regularly remark on how good I look in more than a "you look good for your age" way. I was even hit on by a 21 year old on my flight to Columbus to see the Arnold.

Moral of the story? Don't let anything limit you, especially age. You can accomplish much more than you could dream of with patience, perseverence, and the will to push past perceived barriers. Go for it!!!

Amen my brother!
Had a young man about 19 years old walk up to me in the gym today. He asked how long I've been working out. I told him 38 years. He looked puzzled and said you mean you're 38 years old, right? No I said, I started working out when I was 14... that was 38 years ago. That made me feel pretty darn good!

GirlyMuscle
05-02-2009, 10:44 AM
You know, when I was 21, I thought 50 was a "grandfatherly" age and the beginning of the "senior" years. All the sports stars then (and now) were washed up by 35, maybe 40, if they were exceptional. When I retired from BBing at 32, I thought I'd never be able to do better, or even equal what I had accomplished to that point.

When I turned 40, my mind and energy were both still existing in my early thirties, and I found that curious. My mom turned 60 when I was 44 and I asked her how it felt. She said, "Like a 30 year old trapped in a 60 year old body".

At 47, when I decided to make a comeback in bbing, My best hope was to acquire the condition I ended with at 32. I had that mindset up to my first show at 50, in 2007. I competed against one gentleman from Oklahoma, who was 2 years older than me. And was big, hard, ripped to shreds....better than I had been in my 20's and early 30's. It opened my eyes. I had limited myself with a prejudice towards "old" age. The day after that show, I decided that I would no longer think like a 50-something. I would think like a bodybuilder, period!

Yes, it takes a little longer to recover. There are nagging old injuries to work around. But I've busted my ass every day in the gym like I could stand on an Olympia stage. And it has taken me past what I accomplished by 32, and I'm still growing. The knowledge we have about diet, AAS, and training has leveled the playing field. I take full advantage of that.

So 52 is just a number. I'm the biggest, strongest man in the gym and get due respect for it. I have young guys constantly approaching me, asking me how long I've trained to get the body I have. They ask for training advice, diet advice, and occasionally, hormone advice. I have women ages 21-60 regularly remark on how good I look in more than a "you look good for your age" way. I was even hit on by a 21 year old on my flight to Columbus to see the Arnold.

Moral of the story? Don't let anything limit you, especially age. You can accomplish much more than you could dream of with patience, perseverence, and the will to push past perceived barriers. Go for it!!!


Amen my brother!
Had a young man about 19 years old walk up to me in the gym today. He asked how long I've been working out. I told him 38 years. He looked puzzled and said you mean you're 38 years old, right? No I said, I started working out when I was 14... that was 38 years ago. That made me feel pretty darn good!
Excellent posts! I love the way you guys think!

I know what your mom means esplendido. I feel the same as I did at 20...just more experience and a little wiser (hopefully). That's one of the great things about bodybuilding. You can get better with age. I'll never stop.

Ninja Loco
05-02-2009, 10:53 AM
That's one of the great things about bodybuilding. You can get better with age.
Thats sig material. One of you old fogies might wanna pick it up :D

GirlyMuscle
05-02-2009, 11:10 AM
I would but that might be a little conceited. I like using other people's quotes. leave is the best. He has so many gems I couldn't begin to scratch the surface.

Ninja Loco
05-02-2009, 11:15 AM
He needs to work for Hallmark. Hes the best I've ever seen.

gethugedude
05-03-2009, 12:58 AM
thanks man. Prep is goinf well. I'm currently 6' 1" at 244lbs.


Your Tiny you old bastard :D

Just kidding OB, Looking large brother!I can only hope i look as good as you when im your ripe age..

zander
05-03-2009, 02:48 AM
Inspiring OB , Im 40 and recon I come up pretty good for it too ... you just gave me an insight to what I aspire too at 50 , so thanks mate ;)

sassy69
05-03-2009, 01:12 PM
I don't know if its been said in so many words, but I think all us girls, and I bet a few of the guys (could be homo or non-homo manlove way) are thinking ...


stud.






Good work & much respect!





And goddayum yum yum yum....








And now we return you to your regularly scheduled programming....

GirlyMuscle
05-03-2009, 02:58 PM
^^ what she said. That's what HO-LEE SHYT! meant. :D