• I'm not a bodybuilder but I lift weights 3-4 times a week.
  • I lift weights 6 times a week but I wouldn't call myself a bodybuilder
  • every day for about an hour.. but i not a body builder i just want to tone up..
  • Im not a body builder, but I do 4-5 times a week.
  • I workout every other day, and I have the body of a god! Jack
  • I lift weights about five days a week to build muscles and tone up, I'm not a body build though, I don't like that kinda look.
  • I workout alot, but im not a body builder.
  • I exercise often but not into body building but maintaining a healthy life style.
  • I am more of a body shaper I work out three times a week.
  • I go to the gym six days out of the week. I do a full body workout on the upper body, one day and the lower body the next day! I use steroids and many other supplements to enhance my physique. If I was in a crowd of people you would definitely notice me.
  • Yes. 2 to 4 hours a day 6x a week
  • I lift weights 5 to 6 times a week, more so as a pass time than anything else. I am by no means "big" but I hold my own. :)
  • Not so much a body builder. But I work out 4-6 days a week. Sometimes twice a day if I am frustrated.
  • i workout between 4 and 6 days a week, for approx 1hour per day. i do isolating exercises each day. mondays usually legs tuesdays chest and tricepts wednesdays back and bicepts thursdays shoulders and traps fridays abs saturdays a slight bit of cardio and generally compound exercises i am not a body builder, but i am quite big compared to normal people, and getting bigger baby! :)
  • This is for those that make a comment here! If you aren't a avid bodybuilder please don't make a comment because it only insults my muscles and my lifestyle! LOL
  • I used to do 5-6 times a week, and a hell of a lot, but I'm going back in the Marines now, so I need a much more practical strength/weight/fitness ratio. I still do weights to compliment my strength though.
  • about 4 times a week. and im seeing an improvement every week. i just wish my muscles would heal faster so i could do one everyday, without taking those protein shakes etc.
  • Yes active BBer, training 3 weight days and 3 cardio days
  • NO !!! most people say i'am well `BUILT` ,,,, don't know how true that is though,,, might just a rumour hehe,,,
  • 3 days weights & 3 days cardio 1 day total rest weight routine 40-60 minutes maxx
  • Every other day. I train for no longer than 60 minutes each workout.
  • I’m not a bodybuilder but I lift five times a week
  • No. My body tends to build all by itself. Its even growing stuff I don't need like skin tags, cysts and now even cancer! Apparently getting old is the "reward" for not screwing up badly enough to die young. I'm more likely to choose aerobics, nautilus, or tae bo over free weights, but I do have them, as well as a pedal exerciser and I really like rolling on my stability ball. It makes adjustments to my spine that help me feel better. I have arthritis in my back.
  • I am a bodybuilder-weightlifter-powerlifter-martial artist-boxer-sharpshooter. I lift barbells daily. I began bodybuilding about the time of my 15th birthday. I gained an inch on each upper arm in one eek and gained another inch in another six weeks. That made my arms as big as those of my 5'-10.5", 185 lbs. father and a 6'-0", 195 lbs. cousin, even though I weighed 115 lbs. On my 16th birthday, I weighed 127 lbs., on my 17th birthday I weighed 145 lbs. and on my 18th birthday, I weighed 175 lbs. When I started to college, I soon found the campus gym. I put all of the heaviest plates on a bar and Squatted 100 times with it. Some 300 lbs. football players could not equal me in lifting. I have done better in powerlifting and weightlifting than in bodybuilding contests, since judging is more objective. In one physique contest I entered, I was both shortest and heaviest. Some slender and shapely man won, but I should have.
    • bostjan64
      I don't believe a word you say.
    • Pei Chia-Li
      Well, if I met you in person, I could prove myself to you. I would start by lifting you overhead with one hand.
    • Pei Chia-Li
      My brother is 5'-9.5" tall and weighs 200 lbs. I lift him overhead several times with one hand. Stop calling me liar. You could not sell me anything. Begone!

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