Training on Steroid questions

Discussion in 'Training Forum' started by HypeBeast00, Jun 13, 2018.

  1. HypeBeast00

    HypeBeast00 Member

    How is it that top bodybuilders can train 5-6 hours a day and not get injured, obviously it works but I feel like If i were to try that it would lead to an injury. Regardless if they are following a normal 6 day split, how would they work 2-3 muscles for 5-6 hours or if they dont follow splits and just workout every muscle every day then how can they manage to make insane progress and maximize steroid usage with insane training
  2. BigNattyDaddy

    BigNattyDaddy Member

    Probably lying about how much they lift
  3. AlwaysHungry

    AlwaysHungry Member

    They call it hgh and most of them are doing 10+ iu ed
  4. johntt44

    johntt44 Member

    They dont train 5-6hrs a day. Thats overinflated b.s. You dont really believe that do you?
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  5. 5-6 hours daily may be a tad exaggerated, but for those that do put in marathon sessions, these guys are seasoned athletes that have been doing this for a very long time.

    With that, they also aren't testing their limitations each time. They have a planned set of attack, just like you and me. Toss in loads of drugs, food till ya' wanna puke and that's about the gist of it.
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  6. kendallkmw

    kendallkmw Member

    I'm pretty fucking dedicated to my workout sessions but at 2 to 2.5 hours I'm done. The large majority of people I see in the gym spend far less time there. I would say that only about 10% of the people I see at the gym regularly spend as much time as I do there unless they work there.
  7. AlwaysHungry

    AlwaysHungry Member

    I spent 2-2.5 hours too 6 days a week for two years straght in the past i was training lower volume but that dosen't mean it's optimal
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  8. kendallkmw

    kendallkmw Member

    I was only making a point about the time. I do see people that spend long periods of time at the gym. And they usually have gigantic gym bags with a picnic setup, wrap and unwrap their wrist after every lift, and take such a long break between sets that to me it seems pointless. It seems like its all a show for some people. Everytime I walk in the door its with purpose.

    If I put in 5-6 hours a day the way I work out I'd absolutely have to abuse a stimulant. I don't think I'd be able to avoid injury, strains, or excessive fatigue at some point. I'm also not running hgh, a gram of juice a day, or eating 6000 calories to cover that amount of time working out.
    How do you work out now? Just curious. Some days I focus high volume, sometimes low, and often times to a point of failure. I try to listen to my body and let it guide me. If I go into a workout with a plan and my body starts running me a different direction I just go with it.
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  9. Michael7

    Michael7 Member

    If you have a real job and work 10-12 hours a day I wouldn't spend the rest of it working out for 6+ hours .
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  10. AlwaysHungry

    AlwaysHungry Member

    After that much volume because I do high reps lots of set low rest times 30-45 sec after all that time doing this my body burnt out I have to take a week of and now on Monday I switch to high intensity program Dorian Yates style it’s something new to me so much intensity so my body should respond well
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  11. Havah

    Havah Member

    Because there is also a substantial opioid abuse amongst BBs
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