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  • Welcome our newest addition to IM !

    Please join me in welcoming MrAust92 to the IM team. We pride ourselves on having a team that is most qualified to talk shit because of the ability to back it up with experience. lol He is a fellow competitor and is considered a veteran in all aspects of bodybuilding. The problem is that he is a complete class act and well respected so these might go against the grain a little bit but we need to have at least one mod who can keep the rest of us in line.

    MrAust92, welcome bro!


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  • #2
    any bro of skips is a bro of mine. welcome to IM buddy


    • #3
      Welcome to the team MrAust92...........I`m sure you`ll do a great job!!
      The Phoenix Rising


      • #4
        My style is impetuous, my defense is impregnable. I'm unna eat your style, i'm unna eat your style's kids.


        • #5
          I must say I was honoured and flattered to be invited by Skip to be part of the team here at IM which is obviously a very close and tight knit community of those of us who live the lifestyle of BBing and physical culture.

          I am at work at the moment and have a big project that is requiring alot of my time and attention but I will be online later tonight and post a formal introduction with some stats and a bit of background about myself.

          Once again, thanks to all the Mod team here at IM for brining me on board, I will be doing my best to make a positive contribution to the discussion and sharing of ideas here.

          Oh' one more thing.........Skip is way too kind in his praise for me, I am pretty much a "blue collar BBer" who has busted his ass for 18 years to reach a reasonable state of development and my approach to the iron game is pretty much "old school'. As for being a "class act", well.....................not so sure about that but you guys can be the judge of that.


          "Beneath all suffering.........lies the beauty of opportunity"


          • #6
            As contextual information I will share some of my stats with you guys as part of my introduction to IM.

            I am thirty-something, 6'0 tall and live in Australia. Have travelled all over most of this planet of ours but remain a patriotic and proud Australian. I have been training close to 20 years and competing on and off since 1992. I compete with the NABBA organisation who have a very strong amateur following here in Australia and have achieved a few wins, these being both at the state level (class win and overall) and at national level (class winner only).

            I am by no means gifted in the genetics department and have busted my guts for every ounce of muscle gained. I started BBing at a b/weight of 150 lb at my present height of 6'0 and competed for the first time 7 long, hard years later at a b/weight of 218 lbs.

            My last competitive outing was earlier this year and I hit the stage at around 238 lb (although a little watery) I will never give big Ronnie any sleepless nights (or any IFBB pro for that matter) but it is the sport I love and will continue to strive at for the fulfilment it brings me.

            I am also a family man with kids and a great career outside of BBing so I am strive to maintain some semblance of balance in my life (whatever that means LOL, I am as hardcore as the next guy).

            Anyway, its great to be on board with the team here and I will do my best to be a strong contributor.

            "Beneath all suffering.........lies the beauty of opportunity"


            • #7
              MrAust92 Welcome to the team!!!
              Anyone can become angry - that is easy, but to be angry with the right
              person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose,
              and in the right way, that is not easy.
              -- Aristotle (384-322 B.C.)