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I've been varying my workouts a lot lately. Obviously, I was already at the top of my game as far as upper body strength goes, and my arms were huge. (I get shitloads of compliments at the gym on my arms alone.) But I've been looking for something a little more balanced, workout-wise, in terms of total physique. So I'm keeping up my usual dirty 30s now, five days a week, but on top of that I'm pounding out three strength sessions a week on the iso bars - alternating high weights and low repetitions with lower weight, more reps. To be honest with you, the results have been pretty phenomenal. First off, my recovery time is way down. Second, it's been what, two and a half weeks and my abs are more defined than they were after literally years of stomach work on the mats. And my thighs and calves are getting massive. I'll show you when I see you. People keep asking me if I'm taking anything, that's how fit I'm looking right now. I'm like, "No, dude. This comes from pain, sweat and working my ass off." Of course, it's dietary, too. You think you're gonna be carrying cannons like these around if you don't have a high protein, low carbs thing going? Nothing cracks me up more than seeing all these people working out, and then they go for a burger and fries. I have to shake my head when I see that. Do you know how many calories of fat there are in six ounces of ground beef? Etc.

Date Written: February 02, 2004
Author: Jon Matza
Average Vote: 4.25

Comments:
02/11/2004 anonymous (1):
02/11/2004 qualcomm (5): about 250, asshole.
02/11/2004 scoop (4): These are all delightful tips and I shall integrate them in to my own routine.
02/11/2004 Ewan Snow (5): My favorite line, "To be honest with you, the results have been pretty phenomenal." I'm glad the speaker is being honest with me...
02/11/2004 Mr. Pony (4): This frightens me.
02/11/2004 throg (4): I think I know this guy. I can't wait to see the phenomenal results.
02/11/2004 Texxx (4): My favorite part is the 'etc.' at the end.
02/11/2004 Dylan Danko (5): Classic Matza!
02/11/2004 Texxx: Matza? What the?! Man, I wish I had waited till after the author's name were revealed. Oh man!
02/11/2004 qualcomm: come on, danko, we all know it's matza. guess correctly on a hard one. (you suck.)
02/11/2004 Dylan Danko: It's always about one-upsmanship with you isn't it, douche? I was simply pointing out that this is a short in the author's classic style. Your brothers did a fucking number on you didn't they? Don't you have some formatting to do? Etc, Etc.
02/11/2004 Texxx: Don't you mean 'doosh'?
02/11/2004 qualcomm: i don't want to hear about his classic style from the likes of you. or any of you. about anything. everyone shut up. shut the fuck up.
02/11/2004 qualcomm: and if by "doing a number" you mean "equipped me with the psychological tools to be the best powerpoint operator at the Union Bank of Switzerland," then yes, they did.
02/11/2004 Dylan Danko: Touche, I guess.
02/11/2004 Jimson S. Sorghum: Don't you mean "toosh."
02/11/2004 Craig Lewis (5): Doesn't he do any delt-work?
02/11/2004 qualcomm: don't you mean "she," lewis?
02/11/2004 Texxx: This chick's English is pretty good for an East German. Points off for inaccuracy.
02/11/2004 Phony Millions (4): I snickered and giggled.
01/20/2005 John Slocum (5): This is what I'm always talking about.
01/20/2005 Litcube (5): Yes.
05/30/2014 qualcomm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHI9z8JBuB8
05/31/2014 Jon Matza: I thank you for posting this, brother. Enjoyed comments as well, e.g., "Okay my stomach must be utilizing nuclear fission. I have a high kal intake of 3000+ a day yet at 6ft 3 I am still around 11 stone" -- xPadge112x