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"Doing more exercise with less intensity,"
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destroyed the actual great value
of weight training. Something
must be done . . . and quickly."
The New Bodybuilding for
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MUCH of that "something."


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American Dream or Nightmare?


Anybody interested in today's bodybuilding should read an interview from Nasser El Sonbaty.What a smart man.Can be found at www.hugenasser.com.Here is an excerpt:

I think one of the reasons, from a non- American?s perspective is that everybody in the U.S. thinks they can become anything. They say here on TV that if you want it badly enough you can just do it.

The media is talking in your head and whispering in your ear that you can be a pro athlete, a movie star, a singer, anything you want. But that is just not what the reality is. So everybody thinks that if they want it badly enough and just put enough work into it that it will happen.

So a lot of these people are dreamers and will do it for five, ten, fifteen years. They will move to Venice, California and live in little trailer parks and eat tuna all day and go to Gold?s Gym, Venice, and think that one day they will make it and somebody will discover them. They will become a movie star or an extra or whatever. And they think they can do it so much even if they lack the genetics or any kind of other capabilities.

As people know, America is known to be the land of possibilities, of borderless possibilities. And those people think if Arnold can come from Austria and make it, if Nasser can make it, if this guy comes from France or from England. And they think since they are already in America they should be able to make it. And this is the American dream, which can definitely become the American nightmare.
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That is what makes America so great.

Just don't make your dreams detached from reality.
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A lot of truth from Nasser.

I do remember FLEX mag doing a story about guys who never made it to the IFBB, and the physiques were awesome..guys like Rory Leidelmeyer etc. Should be mandatory reading for anyone who thinks they can become a pro.
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He's doing more people a favor. It's called a reality check.

Go for your dreams, but keep reality in mind.
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