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    Nick Walker before and After

    Hard to believe.

    Nick Walker before and after.

    2012- 159 lbs
    2021- 250+ lbs


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    Damn, even with AAS, that's a lot of work, discipline, and effort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Necron_99 View Post
    Damn, even with AAS, that's a lot of work, discipline, and effort.
    Especially hard if an ecto.
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    9 years 100 pounds. Roughly 11 pounds a year. Doesn't seem like thats too out of the ordinary if you continue to work hard and stay devoted.

    Not trying to take anything away from his work or progress .

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrup1986 View Post
    9 years 100 pounds. Roughly 11 pounds a year. Doesn't seem like thats too out of the ordinary if you continue to work hard and stay devoted.

    Not trying to take anything away from his work or progress .
    IDK if you understand how hard it is to put on a few pounds of quality muscle in just one year.

    Professional bodybuilders struggle to put on a 2-3 pounds of quality muscle every year.

    That's why the OP said, "hard to believe."

    Guy is a walking pharmacy.

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    Really makes me wonder how much gear he's taking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrup1986 View Post
    9 years 100 pounds. Roughly 11 pounds a year. Doesn't seem like thats too out of the ordinary if you continue to work hard and stay devoted.

    Not trying to take anything away from his work or progress .
    I’m pretty sure putting on over 100 LBS of muscle is out of the ordinary in any scenario… wholly shit

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    Dude almost doubled his body weight if you would subtract his organ and skeletal weight he more than doubled his weight

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrup1986 View Post
    9 years 100 pounds. Roughly 11 pounds a year. Doesn't seem like thats too out of the ordinary if you continue to work hard and stay devoted.

    Not trying to take anything away from his work or progress .
    Less than 1% of the population could do anything close to this with truck loads of drugs, they’re genetic freaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GYMnTONIC View Post
    Hard to believe.

    Nick Walker before and after.

    2012- 159 lbs
    2021- 250+ lbs

    “He’s Down with The Sickness !!
    Love it! A driven Animal he must be ! That takes friggin dedication and a decade of hard ass work! Just think of all the stuff he had to miss out on for that....a lot! I am sure it is worth it for him. Just great !

    Max

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutus6688 View Post
    Less than 1% of the population could do anything close to this with truck loads of drugs, they’re genetic freaks.
    Eh I beg to differ . People do the unthinkable impossible and people claim its genetics . Maybe he worked his ass off . Which that seems to be peoples problems now , lack of work ethic . They'd rather spend hours a day watching TV. This man saw the paycheck at the end of the road and worked towards it

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    Nick Walker before and After

    Quote Originally Posted by jrup1986 View Post
    Eh I beg to differ . People do the unthinkable impossible and people claim its genetics . Maybe he worked his ass off . Which that seems to be peoples problems now , lack of work ethic . They'd rather spend hours a day watching TV. This man saw the paycheck at the end of the road and worked towards it
    I dunno man I can’t prove you wrong but I would think that if all it came down to was hard work and drugs, most of us would be a whole lot bigger in here.

    Personally feel like it’s a perfect storm of genetics, drugs, diet, training…. Etc . couldn’t do it with out all of those components kinda thing
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    Fake muscle bloat, fluid and glycogen. Dusty lost 73 pounds in a month, mostly fluid. Your tissue does not dissolve in a month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GYMnTONIC View Post
    Hard to believe.

    Nick Walker before and after.

    2012- 159 lbs
    2021- 250+ lbs


    that’s one amazing transformation. Nicks dedication, discipline and hard work has paid off in spades, he is definitely making a name for himself

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    Impressive transformation for sure, but Flex Wheeler had a similar starting point.

    You can't always tell someone's genetic potential by their frame they had before hard training, food and gearz. I mean, usually you can, but every now and then there will be a genetic freak with an ecto frame who can blow past all the mesomorphs.
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