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Food/eating and moderate to high protein.

Consistent training with progressively getting stronger through the year (or year after year).
   
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Nothing beats genetics. Being able to recover and assimilate food faster then most is hard to beat.
   
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Slow and steady was the best lesson for me. Once I stopped trying to rush everything it came together. Gradual increases all around.

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Consistency. It’s all about consistency.

In this game, if you’re inconsistent with anything (food, training, drugs, sleep, etc) it will hinder your progress. Do EVERYTHING consistently, and you’ll grow consistently as well.
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Knocking off booze. I always liked to get wasted on weekends, but after seeing my bloodwork and my liver hating me, I cleaned it up and the results have been coming much better now too.
   
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Eating more then I thought I needed.

Can't be scared of food.
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Stay away from online porn and go to bed...sleep
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Wait, what? Avoid internet porn? So, like, you switched from internet porn back to DVDs? Or did you go full old school and start buying magazines, again? Seems a little antiquated, but whatever does it for you.
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A motivating lifting partner, not just one who is there to spot you but also push you to get the most out of your lifts and critique your form. That was a big game changer for me.
   
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Wait, what? Avoid internet porn? So, like, you switched from internet porn back to DVDs? Or did you go full old school and start buying magazines, again? Seems a little antiquated, but whatever does it for you.
Hold on they still sell porn DVDs, why would anyone want to pay for what is readily available for free? LOL
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I agree with Sully. It's all about consistency. Staying consistent with your eating, staying consistent with your training, staying consistent with the big lifts. The multi joint lifts that do the most for your body. The biggest mistake that I see people make is they put effort into the gym and with their eating for a month or two and then drop off for a month or two. It's a vicious cycle if you fall into that way of life. Life is going to throw some shit your way at some point in your life where you cant get to the gym. Family deaths, medical issues, ext... So we have to take full advantage of the times when life allows us to get our asses to the gym. That way when shit does come up we don't get that far behind. People are just generally lazy today. No one wants to work, everyone just wants a free hand out. Today everyone just wants to stick a needle in their ass and think they can forget all the work. I think it really just comes down to two things: Drive and Consistency.
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natural food lots of it, then kick ass workouts and good rest overdoing it can burn your receptors out.
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Eating more then I thought I needed.

Can't be scared of food.
To me, this was the bomb. It wasn't until I ate until it hurt that I started to really grow.
   
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To me, this was the bomb. It wasn't until I ate until it hurt that I started to really grow.
I'm going to give this one a go shortly, I really think being afraid of food or however you want to put has cost me so I'm just going to eat till I feel like a swole tick constantly


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stop powerlifting!
   
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More gear is NOT better, lol. If it overloads your system, shuts down digestion and slows other bodily processes, then more is definitely not better.

That, and food is number #1. Make sure you can digest it properly!
   
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This is a great thread.....and I agree with most here...food/diet was definitely the biggest game changer for me!
   
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also being one of the older guys on the board , same here - eat!

eating and training will do more then any drug will , the drugs will just intensify those things!
   
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Mine was to eat. I started out eating what I thought was good...…….LOL.

Once I went with a coach (Shelby) and started "really" eating it was game on from there. Food = growing if all other things are on point.

All the drugs in the world will driving zero growth unless the calories are there to feed the machine. FULL STOP!

If you feel comfortable sharing and without giving away any proprietary info from Shelby, what multiple of bodyweight did he have you target for caloric intake (cutting and growth)?
   
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