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    Quote Originally Posted by Multislacking View Post
    What if you're in your 50's thinking you won't make it to your 60's? Progressively, those odds are in my favor, right?
    Me? I am planning on putting on 20lbs and competing at 205 or more in a couple of years at 60. It will take a health risk but I am apparently so ahead of the game from seeing everyone else’s post that it will be a calculated, minimal risk.
    Chasing that pro card….gonna change my handle to Pro Card and chronicle it here. Wait…maybe “ProCardz” and get two of them. Just need striated glutes.

    But seriously, I tried pretty hard to not make 50 and now 60 almost seems certain. But nothing is absolute. I accomplished more last year than most guys do that are 30 years younger. Part of the reason is that I was never cavalier about my health. The only health risks I took involved activities.
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    Coach has some great points..."Not being cavalier"...is the best one..

    I often see health thrown to the wind for 10 extra pounds...I can't even reason with them,because their mind is already made..and it's wasted air..Another loss,in my book..It is a more common thing than most know..

    BUT...what really makes me pleased is some guys that DO it right..NOT many but a few,that see the END game..

    And I'm most happy to know them..
    401...Max...Rod..BigR...New Guy 84..AG..all are one's to watch...except HotRod(he's older than dirt)

    So if this Old Dog is sporting a 6..You can't tell me any excuses..

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachCabo View Post
    For all the guys in their 40s who think they won’t live until 55 or whatever, don’t plan on it. Dying early I mean.
    I lived my life taking significant risks and was pretty sure I wouldn’t make 50. Then it came and I thought “Fuck! Now what am I going to do?”
    So at that moment I realized that I better start taking care of myself.

    Scheduled to hit 58 in September.
    The human body is tougher than people realize if given what it needs to do its job.

    I did so much blow I’m the 80s and still standing lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by zionoir626 View Post
    Coach has some great points..."Not being cavalier"...is the best one..

    I often see health thrown to the wind for 10 extra pounds...I can't even reason with them,because their mind is already made..and it's wasted air..Another loss,in my book..It is a more common thing than most know..

    BUT...what really makes me pleased is some guys that DO it right..NOT many but a few,that see the END game..

    And I'm most happy to know them..
    401...Max...Rod..BigR...New Guy 84..AG..all are one's to watch...except HotRod(he's older than dirt)

    So if this Old Dog is sporting a 6..You can't tell me any excuses..
    True enough. Longevity rules, we all take risks but no need for dangerous activity over a long period. I am liking the short blasts and mainly use a good custom HRT Plus along w clean food(which seems to be triple priced now). That part sucks!

    Max

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    I've always wanted that scale to say 200+...why because I have always been small ..why bad genetics and mom sucked at cooking..

    But I'm running some DHB and hovering around 180..with a 32" waist,6 pack and it's quite noticeable..at 55,with all I'm dealing with
    I should take that and run..but I won't..come winter it's back to bulk..

    For a guy at 31 only125lbs...then at 41 set all myPR's...I still need goals and reasons to push..

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