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Old 12-09-2012, 10:15 PM   #31
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I don't need to humiliate you any further with how factually incorrect your post is for the simple reason everyone else here is already doing it.

Says the guy who just figured out sprints produce faster phenotypic desirable results than long distance running. Which a cursory view of football players vs soccer players or marathon runners vs 100 meter dash Olympians would show.


Hey buddy we can compare weight room results anytime
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Old 12-09-2012, 10:17 PM   #32
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Dude if its harder to lose fat dont you think its harder to lose muscle as well? The older you get your metabolism slows down the easier it is to pack on mass. If i was your old ass i would forgo all the useless cardio which is actually detrimental the older you get and hit those weights and get ****ing shredded. To burn excess calories do resistence training and body workouts.
The only problem is that your test levels start to really decline in your 30s. If you're busting your ass and taking in a high amount of calories from eating clean foods, then yeah you see a lot of people get bigger than ever from 35-40. Not everybody's metabolism is the same. Cardio is a death wish for me personally and simply not needed.
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Old 12-10-2012, 12:47 AM   #33
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The thing that bother me is that when he was asked wether or not those muscle afected the fight, Marquez answer was "no". Personnaly, after gaining all those muscle the hard way, I would have been proud of my dedication and my first instinct would have been to say "yes". "Yes I worked hard and it paid off". But instead Marquez said "no". No, I trained hard and suffered and it didn't have anything to do in the result of the fight. That answer seems really suspicious to me.
That's because Marquez isn't stupid and knows shit about boxing. He had over 30 rounds to figure out Pacquiao and he's the best counterpuncher in the game. This time he put it together and caught him, timed him perfectly. I'd say the fact he's spent a lifetime developing his skills and sense of distance/timing is something he's more proud of than one training camp where he got some nice abs.
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Old 12-10-2012, 01:00 AM   #34
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That's because Marquez isn't stupid and knows shit about boxing. He had over 30 rounds to figure out Pacquiao and he's the best counterpuncher in the game. This time he put it together and caught him, timed him perfectly. I'd say the fact he's spent a lifetime developing his skills and sense of distance/timing is something he's more proud of than one training camp where he got some nice abs.

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The only problem is that your test levels start to really decline in your 30s. If you're busting your ass and taking in a high amount of calories from eating clean foods, then yeah you see a lot of people get bigger than ever from 35-40. Not everybody's metabolism is the same. Cardio is a death wish for me personally and simply not needed.
Why is that?
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:25 AM   #36
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The only problem is that your test levels start to really decline in your 30s. If you're busting your ass and taking in a high amount of calories from eating clean foods, then yeah you see a lot of people get bigger than ever from 35-40. Not everybody's metabolism is the same. Cardio is a death wish for me personally and simply not needed.
Your Heart is the Highway of everything, it seems with the knew findings, more so than we initially thought .
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:15 AM   #37
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knowledge is power, I guess real experts in boxing earn big money, so there is no need for them to share knowledge for free...

this is why there is this forum: this small amount of knowledge everyone has here, and by doing so, we all can share big amount of knowledge
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:27 AM   #38
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knowledge is power, I guess real experts in boxing earn big money, so there is no need for them to share knowledge for free...

this is why there is this forum: this small amount of knowledge everyone has here, and by doing so, we all can share big amount of knowledge
Knowledge is only Powerful , if its shared .
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:31 AM   #39
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Knowledge is only Powerful , if its shared .
I am not sure this is an entirely true statement, depends on the situation. If a person has a reputation and credibility, you will pay him first for the knowledge, and then he will share it
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:45 AM   #40
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I am not sure this is an entirely true statement, depends on the situation. If a person has a reputation and credibility, you will pay him first for the knowledge, and then he will share it
With the truly knowledgeable Guys Ive never found that.
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:31 PM   #41
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With the truly knowledgeable Guys Ive never found that.
You are right, I am I guess lucky cos I can go to the bigger fights in Vegas, and Texas and sit and talk to legends and they will respond to your questions if you are seeking advice.
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Old 12-23-2012, 12:29 PM   #42
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YOU STiLL HAVEN'T ANSWERED THE QUESTION CORRECTLY YET:

WHAT IS THE TERM 'FLOORED' MEAN TO YOU?
You haven't asked the question correctly. The correct question would be "What DOES the term 'floored' mean to you?'
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Old 12-23-2012, 01:07 PM   #43
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Great discussion about Marquez. My strength level in my thirties has improved significantly from my twenties primarily because I'm smarter about my conditioning and diet.

With that said, coaches would not prefer to train older people to fight because they know the good pickings are at early age. Its harder to mold an older person into an eleate athlete. Now since.Marquez was already at althete conditioning level and diet molding him in a few months by a top conditioning coach seems not unrealistic doing it naturally.
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