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  • 6' 1" and around 260. And I mean a round 260. Gotta get back on the bike.
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  • 6' 2"

    Always wanted to be 6'4" so I could dunk a basketball, but wasn't granted those last two inches. I'll be grabbing rim for the rest of my life.
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  • After this years playoffs I would wager that the average .netter can't see over the steering wheel without a box to sit on.

    And wasn't or just barely old enough to have a drivers license.

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  • The Radish wrote:After this years playoffs I would wager that the average .netter can't see over the steering wheel without a box to sit on.

    And wasn't or just barely old enough to have a drivers license.

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    And half of them post in the Shack! :141847_bnono:
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  • Snohomie wrote:
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    Snohomie wrote:Wilson's height down to the 5/8ths of an inch... and still 20lbs lighter than pehawk, nevermind Wilson.


    Not sure if bragging? My shirts are large in the arms...no flab son...hard time at home and a bowflex.


    Not at all. Just bemoaning my inability to add (good) weight despite frequent lifting.


    Same deal, here, Kyle... 'til I hit about 35, that is.

    Then I put on some weight in glorious beer + crappy knee laziness fatness.
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  • seahawk2k wrote:6' 2"

    Always wanted to be 6'4" so I could dunk a basketball, but wasn't granted those last two inches. I'll be grabbing rim for the rest of my life.


    You don't understand aging. ;)
    And this post is not directed at anyone personally.
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  • I bet after 30 answers it's about the same as the natl avg. (which I have no idea what it is)
    i'm 5'11" and 3/16..haha

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  • 6' 6 1/2", 255 lbs. and about 10-15 of those pounds went on when I quit smoking 6 1/2 years ago and have never come back off. Worth it though.
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  • 5'11 and 5/7 I have always wanted to be 6'4" though
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  • MontanaHawk05 wrote:I'm also exactly Russell Wilson's height, but I weigh 137.


    OK, I do have a bit of a freaky memory. Look, Montana has put on 13 lbs since this post.
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  • 6ft 1in.
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  • Vetamur wrote:I'm 6ft even.


    Vetamur wrote:6ft 1in.

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  • 6'4"
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  • Not confused. For years I thought I was 6ft even. Then fairly recent found Id been wrong when an employee of mine who was clearly shorter than me insisted he was 6ft. So next physical I had , I asked the doctor and he said 185cm..
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  • That's cool, Veta. I found out like a year ago that I'm a little taller than I thought I was, too. It was just funny to see two different heights posted, know what I mean? :)
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  • Yep. I actually lost a drink out of it... Having bet the guy. I was like "there's now way I've gone 25 years of my life not knowing how tall I am".. In retrospect there were signs I just didn't put it together.
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  • Snohomie wrote:
    pehawk wrote:
    Snohomie wrote:Wilson's height down to the 5/8ths of an inch... and still 20lbs lighter than pehawk, nevermind Wilson.


    Not sure if bragging? My shirts are large in the arms...no flab son...hard time at home and a bowflex.


    Not at all. Just bemoaning my inability to add (good) weight despite frequent lifting.


    Go with 1.5 grams of protein per lb. (IE if you're 200 lbs...go with 300 grams per day). Preferably egg whites (by the dozens) turkey breasts and fish along with your supplemental stuff. Spread this out over 6 meals. Pack a cooler.

    Abs aside, work any particular body part just once per week, but with great intensity. Do a large pulling muscle group one day (IE your lats) then your legs the following day, then a small pushing group the next (triceps), etc.etc. Take a week off every 8 weeks.

    The most necessary component that most overlook? Rest / quality sleep. Remember this mantra for size:
    Don't run if you can walk.
    Don't walk if you can stand.
    Don't stand if you can sit.
    Don't sit if you can lie down.
    If you can lie down, sleep.

    There are many great routines. The above worked best for me (when adding size). Your body is genius and it's lazy. It will learn to cheat if you let it have a memory, so keep mixing it up / adding different techniques.

    I'm 6' and my target weight is typically 225. I'm currently 210 and I'd guess around 10%.
    PM me if you ever need advice. I'd be happy to assist.
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  • pehawk wrote:I can do more push-ups or bench more than any of you. House arrest did wonders, ladies.


    I would take you up on this challenge.

    I'm between Roland and Vetamur.
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  • austinslater25 wrote:
    pehawk wrote:I can do more push-ups or bench more than any of you. House arrest did wonders, ladies.


    I would take you up on this challenge.

    I'm between Roland and Vetamur.


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  • cdallan wrote:
    MontanaHawk05 wrote:I'm also exactly Russell Wilson's height, but I weigh 137.


    OK, I do have a bit of a freaky memory. Look, Montana has put on 13 lbs since this post.


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  • Yeah?.......I'm 6'1" and here I am shaking the "too short" Russell Wilson's hand. Optical illusion?

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  • I'm 6ft 195..Largent was RW in boots?
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  • You guys even lift?
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  • 6-6 270lbs. Nothing but gristle and fat..
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  • 6 ft. 1 in.
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  • 5'7" which is actually fairly tall for a girl.

    Where were all you tall guys back when I was dating (and wearing high heels)? It seemed like there were nothing but hobbits running around back in the day. Or maybe a lot of exaggeration happens on the innerwebs nowadays... :P
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  • MontanaHawk05 wrote:
    cdallan wrote:
    MontanaHawk05 wrote:I'm also exactly Russell Wilson's height, but I weigh 137.


    OK, I do have a bit of a freaky memory. Look, Montana has put on 13 lbs since this post.


    Mountain Dew.

    You and Scotte should get together and form a Montana Stalker club. Perhaps you should even just leave out the club.


    Don't get excited bawjaws. I just have a REALLY freaky memory. Plus, since I don't really see others as full people but instead as semi-fictional characters in the comedy/drama that is my life (working title "Living Life Next to the Fast Lane: Get Reasonable Gas Mileage or Die Tryin'") that's the one line description of your character. Montana - the very short, very skinny person who lives 50 miles outside West Bubblef***. Casting you is going to be hard - thinking we might get a girl to play you like we do in pantomimes.
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  • I am so over Montana.

    I stalk Pehawk now.
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  • Largent80 wrote:Yeah?.......I'm 6'1" and here I am shaking the "too short" Russell Wilson's hand. Optical illusion?

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    Rob, on the other hand, has been easy to cast and we are excited to see what Sharon Gless will bring to the role.
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  • 36, 24, 36 at 5' 3"
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  • 5' 8.5" - 150

    Short and thin, but I can still bench 250.

    Seriously.
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  • CALIHAWK1 wrote:36, 24, 36 at 5' 3"

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  • CALIHAWK1 wrote:36, 24, 36 at 5' 3"
    have you got a motor in the back of your Honda?
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  • CANHawk wrote:
    CALIHAWK1 wrote:36, 24, 36 at 5' 3"
    have you got a motor in the back of your Honda?


    I wouldn't say I got junk in my trunk, but I definitely got some funk in my backseat. For reals tho.
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    Rob, on the other hand, has been easy to cast and we are excited to see what Sharon Gless will bring to the role.


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  • HoustonHawk82 wrote:5' 8.5" - 150

    Short and thin, but I can still bench 250.

    Seriously.


    Can I say that is quite impressive without sucking up to a mod?

    I wouldn't say you're exactly short, bro and your weight is probably right where it should be as it is clearly muscle as you approach lifting twice your body weight. IF I can offer some advice, and I say this without knowing your age etc, forget lifting for (max) weight. If I may continue (I really only want to help..based on my experiences as a life-long lifter), and you likely know all this already but I wish someone would have reminded me more frequently, while you are obviously very strong, more than your muscles are being exposed to this heavy weight you're throwing around.

    Even in very strict form, your tendons, ligaments, discs etc are getting hammered. When the break down begins, it is relentless and basically irreparable. I wish I could do it over again. I'd lift no more than my body weight and I'd just max out my reps. I was maxing out at 405 at 225 lbs (and doing 225 24 times at my best). so very similar to what you are doing now. What I have to show for that is 2 back surgeries and 2 neck surgeries and many others, some I can't even recall. Lifting is an addiction akin to gambling. One reason for the repeat surgeries. I'd be a week out from major surgery, wait for my wife to go shopping, then a friend would bring some dumbbells up from my gym and into my bedroom. I'd roll off the bed, onto the floor and start curling while lying flat on my back. I'd then hide the weights under the bed. ; ) Dumb. Addicted. But better now.

    Go slow bro...with all the down time and associated lost gains, I learned the hard way... the tortoise really does win the race. I wish you well.
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  • hawksfansinceday1 wrote:
    CALIHAWK1 wrote:36, 24, 36 at 5' 3"

    Rowwwwwwwwr!



    Settle down big chap. I think it's a dude - it wasn't specified.
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  • HawkWow wrote:
    HoustonHawk82 wrote:5' 8.5" - 150

    Short and thin, but I can still bench 250.

    Seriously.


    Can I say that is quite impressive without sucking up to a mod?

    I wouldn't say you're exactly short, bro and your weight is probably right where it should be as it is clearly muscle as you approach lifting twice your body weight. IF I can offer some advice, and I say this without knowing your age etc, forget lifting for (max) weight. If I may continue (I really only want to help..based on my experiences as a life-long lifter), and you likely know all this already but I wish someone would have reminded me more frequently, while you are obviously very strong, more than your muscles are being exposed to this heavy weight you're throwing around.

    Even in very strict form, your tendons, ligaments, discs etc are getting hammered. When the break down begins, it is relentless and basically irreparable. I wish I could do it over again. I'd lift no more than my body weight and I'd just max out my reps. I was maxing out at 405 at 225 lbs (and doing 225 24 times at my best). so very similar to what you are doing now. What I have to show for that is 2 back surgeries and 2 neck surgeries and many others, some I can't even recall. Lifting is an addiction akin to gambling. One reason for the repeat surgeries. I'd be a week out from major surgery, wait for my wife to go shopping, then a friend would bring some dumbbells up from my gym and into my bedroom. I'd roll off the bed, onto the floor and start curling while lying flat on my back. I'd then hide the weights under the bed. ; ) Dumb. Addicted. But better now.

    Go slow bro...with all the down time and associated lost gains, I learned the hard way... the tortoise really does win the race. I wish you well.


    Quit sucking up to mods. I've always (wrongly) been secure with my mule and brains, so I never felt the urge to lift. But, when I was sentenced to the house arrest I did. I repped at 225lb's.

    Pfft, mods....am I right guys?
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  • Not everyone lifts because of insecurity. Just throwing that out there.
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  • austinslater25 wrote:Not everyone lifts because of insecurity. Just throwing that out there.


    You're right, women do not. Good catch.
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  • In my 30's I maxed at 260, IIRC, but I never considered myself that strong. We did reps from like 140-180 depending on whose concept I was following at the time. When I was doing the karate thing the professor's big issue was staying quick and light and he really didn't like to see folks bulk up, so I wouldn't push weight but rather technique and targeting, with a TON of stretching.

    I am nowhere near to having the flexibility and stamina I used to have (duh) but I don't consider myself a slouch either. Being able to put up 250 recently was fairly surprising when I tried it, and my youngest was none too happy to hand over that 20-spot. It's the spine that I focus on taking care of now.

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  • My problem is too much gas in the tank. Sharon Gless had better fart like an F-5.
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  • pehawk wrote:
    austinslater25 wrote:Not everyone lifts because of insecurity. Just throwing that out there.


    You're right, women do not. Good catch.


    Women lift so they can push Bill Cosby off of them.
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  • Scottemojo wrote:I am so over Montana.

    I stalk Pehawk now.


    Oh, I get it. I was the holdover until Pehawk got back.

    Rake.
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  • MontanaHawk05 wrote:
    Scottemojo wrote:I am so over Montana.

    I stalk Pehawk now.


    Oh, I get it. I was the holdover until Pehawk got back.

    Rake.

    Turns out I can quit you.

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  • But I dont know how much I can Bench....but I am a teeny weeny 5'6" and 3/4...a hobbit if you wish. I think I way about 145-150. We cut meat and clothed, I was 150 on a scale. I can carry easily 1/4 of a 5x5 elk down a hill. About 60-90 lbs on backpack.
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  • Not all men that lift, do it to compensate for insecurity.

    ...Those that talk about how much they can bench, however, certainly do.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:Not all men that lift, do it to compensate for insecurity.

    ...Those that talk about how much they can bench, however, certainly do.


    LOL..It's a sport. Not talking about such things would be akin to sprinters not discussing their 40 times. "Insecurity". It's the flaccid that perpetuate such fallacies.

    "Hey Ro...saw you at the gym, how much are you benching these days"?

    Ro: "Mmm, because I am very secure it's not something I wish to discuss, not even with another lifter ".

    Here's my thoughts on the matter:

    MURDER IS OUT SO LIFTING IS IN

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  • pehawk wrote:
    austinslater25 wrote:Not everyone lifts because of insecurity. Just throwing that out there.


    You're right, women do not. Good catch.


    And men who brag about reppin' 225. I think we've got it nailed down.

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