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  • Question for Doggcrapp regarding genetics

    Doggcrapp, say your consciousness was lifted out of your body and traveled through space and time and reincarnated in the body of somebody like I don't know Frank McGrath at 18 years of age with stats somewhere along the lines of 5'11 240ish. How far do you think you could go in bodybuilding and sheer size? With genetics like that could you be stepping on stage at 5'11 290 ripped, while walking around at an earth shattering 330lbs during the offseason.

  • #2
    Is this a real question or a joke...
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    -2013 USAPL Texas State Championships
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    • #3
      It's a hypothetical question for Doggcrapp.

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      • #4
        Dude, what the hell are you asking?

        You're asking, if Dante could hypothetically alter his genetics to a genetic blueprint of that of an already a massive person, could he turn himself into a more massive beast?

        He started out skinny and has pushed well over the 300lb mark, and walked around (still does) pretty much as a behemoth....all with, at his own admission, no where near ideal bodybuilding genetics.

        You're asking could he do it again, with a head start, AND genetics of an IFBB pro?

        ...do you see why this is a stupid question, hypothetical or not?

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        -1st SuperHeavy Gi
        2012 Hayastan Grappling Challenge New York
        -1st Heavyweight Gi
        2011 Slippery Rock Open Collegiate Championships, 4th-Open Heavyweight, 220lbs
        2008 NGA Pittsburgh Bodybuilding Championships, 2nd-Open Juniors, 175lbs




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        • #5
          Originally posted by Lock it Up View Post
          Dude, what the hell are you asking?

          You're asking, if Dante could hypothetically alter his genetics to a genetic blueprint of that of an already a massive person, could he turn himself into a more massive beast?

          He started out skinny and has pushed well over the 300lb mark, and walked around (still does) pretty much as a behemoth....all with, at his own admission, no where near ideal bodybuilding genetics.

          You're asking could he do it again, with a head start, AND genetics of an IFBB pro?

          ...do you see why this is a stupid question, hypothetical or not?
          I'm dying to know where this came from.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by GOTSPEED View Post
            Doggcrapp, say your consciousness was lifted out of your body and traveled through space and time and reincarnated in the body of somebody like I don't know Frank McGrath at 18 years of age with stats somewhere along the lines of 5'11 240ish. How far do you think you could go in bodybuilding and sheer size? With genetics like that could you be stepping on stage at 5'11 290 ripped, while walking around at an earth shattering 330lbs during the offseason.
            Originally posted by GOTSPEED View Post
            I'm dying to know where this came from.
            Instead of saying it in a roundabout way, I simply said it for you. That is what you meant essentially, yes? I'm dying to know what else you could have possibly been asking/thinking.

            2012 EUP's Mission Submission II
            -1st SuperHeavy Gi
            2012 Hayastan Grappling Challenge New York
            -1st Heavyweight Gi
            2011 Slippery Rock Open Collegiate Championships, 4th-Open Heavyweight, 220lbs
            2008 NGA Pittsburgh Bodybuilding Championships, 2nd-Open Juniors, 175lbs




            Help me, help you! To get a great discount from TrueNutrition just type in MCS722 in the code box when you check out!


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            • #7
              @ Lock it Up

              There's a difference between competing @ 290 shredded and passing 300 in the off-season. Also when did Doggcrapp "push well over the 300 mark"? You're making it sound like he was walking around @ 330.

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              • #8
                ....is that troll i smell under the bridge....
                Overtraining should be one of the lowest concerns. You should focus on optimal training.
                -John Ceasar

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                • #9
                  To my knowledge, Doggcrapp is not as big or was as big as Markus Ruhl.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by GOTSPEED View Post
                    To my knowledge, Doggcrapp is not as big or was as big as Markus Ruhl.
                    shouldnt you be watching mongolian wrestler porn......
                    Overtraining should be one of the lowest concerns. You should focus on optimal training.
                    -John Ceasar

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                    • #11
                      Jesus, I give up.


                      Some people.:tsk:

                      2012 EUP's Mission Submission II
                      -1st SuperHeavy Gi
                      2012 Hayastan Grappling Challenge New York
                      -1st Heavyweight Gi
                      2011 Slippery Rock Open Collegiate Championships, 4th-Open Heavyweight, 220lbs
                      2008 NGA Pittsburgh Bodybuilding Championships, 2nd-Open Juniors, 175lbs




                      Help me, help you! To get a great discount from TrueNutrition just type in MCS722 in the code box when you check out!


                      New pursuit: competitive grappling, and enjoying my life

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                      • #12
                        What are you talking about I post all types of threads. I posted a thread on Victor Richards, I posted a thread on optimal protein frequency feeding. This is a bodybuilding discussion forum. Get the fuck out of my thread, the title clearly states this question is for Doggcrapp.

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                        • #13
                          I even posted a thread asking why Gregg Valentino doesn't get credit as a bodybuilder. http://www.intensemuscle.com/showthread.php?t=42894

                          Why does this board really have such strict limits on what can be discussed? The only things we can talk about on here without faggots like Lock it Up is Cedric McMillan, Dave Henry and blasting and cruising.

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                          • #14
                            im sure dc is right now brainstorming on your hypothetical question, contemplating the variables making calculations and about to theorize that if he were reincarnated into i dont know frank mcgrath, how he would have dominated bodybuilding for years racking up more sandows than coleman cutler and haney
                            Overtraining should be one of the lowest concerns. You should focus on optimal training.
                            -John Ceasar

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by GOTSPEED View Post
                              I even posted a thread asking why Gregg Valentino doesn't get credit as a bodybuilder. http://www.intensemuscle.com/showthread.php?t=42894

                              another thread with an obvious answer

                              Why does this board really have such strict limits on what can be discussed? The only things we can talk about on here without faggots like Lock it Up is Cedric McMillan, Dave Henry and blasting and cruising.
                              lock it up you got another fan:hysterica
                              Overtraining should be one of the lowest concerns. You should focus on optimal training.
                              -John Ceasar

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