So much COPE in this thread, let us go one by one
Evola is a cringe, nice projections. I only read marxists and hegelians. Now post body.
yes yes because every person that isn't a twinky runt has to look like that synthol infused roidmonkey, your insecurities and projections are coming trough. Yes Clarence Kennedy moving around 300 kg looks exactly like him. There are the two genders, you can either be twink femboy or a synthol roidmonkey with no functional strength.
>If you;re doing it for others in the first place and not some side benefit then you're doing it wrong.
I agree completely. I mainly lift weights & do BW exercises for strength but I also lift for aesthetics, if you aren't a bloatlord or auswitz your gains will be visible after a year or so of training, if you aren't using meme exercises and meme weights.
>I-I carried a small steel fridge up 4 long ass flights of stairs!
>No, it literally doesn’t. You can be 130 lbs and stronger than someone 255 lbs.
That depends on your muscle to bodyfat ratio, but you can absolutely be stronger than some 255lb lardass.
>Strength is training the motor neurons to operate at a higher capacity. It’s training your nervous system vs muscular hypertrophy and getting needlessly larger.
You are oversimplifying it. it is down to training your CNS to better cope with the stress you are putting on it but it is in a large part down to damaging and rebuilding your muscles, strengthening your joints and sinew. If it was such as you said, that it was only training your CNS that mattered to strength (although I'd say 50% of your actual strength is down to it) your muscles, sinew and bones would snap as they have not been getting stronger as well. You can actually see this with dumb roiders because something like this happens, their muscles develop faster than their joints and sinew can keep up with their progressive overload and then their muscles curl up like a curtain or they snap their shit. Also, I never talked anything about hyperthrophy, as I said I am not a bodybuilder, but saying strength=size/muscle is such a fucking cope and it shows you are an amateur or have a shit body. I never do over 5 reps on anything other than bodyweight exercises, most of my lifts are in the 3-5 rep range.
Whatever muchacho. You look big yes, but you have a lot of bodyfat. What I’m trying to say is without roids you cant get a remarkably muscular/lean look that would turn heads on the street, especially when shirted up. Bodybuilders take ephedra and all sorts of drugs to lean out as well.
Absolutely, I am far from lean. I'd say I am like 20% bodyfat currently, however saying you can't be big and lean is a cope. My best friend who also lifts and is of similar strength to me is leaner than me and looks huge, although of course he is a lower weight. He is the picture with the black bar.
That is a very bad example for a couple of reasons, you ought to have gave me an example of a scrawny kid lifting 200kg off the ground as the examples exist on the internet, while this mans feat of strength and athleticism is impressive it is far easier to achieve at his bodyweight, he is obviously a very lightweight small individual which makes it easier to lift himself up. You can argue that he is more functional because he is light enough that he can move himself about and I would agree, but the example you gave is very relative to his weight, it contradicts your argument. It is the same with ~60kg people doing hundreds of reps on bodyweight exercises, they have less to lift and achieve strength to do so quicker. It would be impressive if you posted a scrawny kid lifting a massive weight or a 120kg+ fatass doing a hundred pull ups or something, or climbing on the ceiling as he is doing.