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Just took this photo for you guys here at the forum. This is my brother in laws and myself. My one brother in law is 6'10", the other is 6'5" - i am the shrimpo in the middle at 6'. We all accepted being Large!! WHY CAN"T YOU MO FO!!!

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Must look weird to be that tall and have small dinks.

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(12-04-2018 04:48 AM)The Diet Butcher Wrote: [ -> ]Must look weird to be that tall and have small dinks.

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Don’t know I never saw there dink’s . But I know mine ain’t small , you can verify with your mom, wife and sister Big Grin
I think somewhere along the way my spirit chose endurance to the expense of size and any unnecessary matter was rejected.

Later I tried to compensate by lifting weights in a attempt to increase mass but it seemed the stronger I became at lifting heavier weights the weaker I became in athletic function

my system could not accept the "Just Be Large" application but it seems to work well for you, nice photo Big Grin
these guys are tall yet proportionate..

congrats on having some good genetic links
thanks Karasu, EY

when you just focus on people that look bad or that are weak thats all you see.--

I put up the photo to demonstrate that Asians are Alpha too ()

But seriously,

My brother in law that is 6'10" was a star athlete growing up. He was the hero of his rich high school in long island and his caucasian girlfriend was the head cheerleader (typical). He excelled at Football, Basketball but he was God like in Volleyball. Bro-in-law got a scholarship to UCLA, UCDAVIS, Berkley and Hanyang University in Korean. My father in law (RIP) swayed him to go to Hanyang believing he would represent Korea in the Olympics, unfortunately he blew out his knee at the olympic trials. He currently owns a chain of restaurants and married an uber rich girl out of Kangnam.

The 6'5" brother in law was also a star athlete at baseball, he got a scholarship to Cornell and was recruited to play in the minors right out of highschool, he also had bad luck. He shoulder got badly damaged and his aspirations as a Major Leaguer went down the tubes. He is currently a dentist


You know my story. Here is one of my favorite Alpha dog pictures its from when i got my brown belt in BJJ.
I am pictured with Nick "the Mad MOnkey" serra (one of the first BJJ blackbelts under Renzo Gracie), Tom Muller (2009 heavyweight bjj champion).
and myself.

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also arguably the most alpha asian male that is currently alive is

Masato the Silverwolf- at 5'8" one of the greatest Kickboxers that ever lived.

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btw, EY, Karasu- if you guys are ever in LI , NY and want to work out stop by my school. I usually teach couple classes a week.
(12-04-2018 08:02 AM)trevorrice Wrote: [ -> ]thanks Karasu, EY

when you just focus on people that look bad or that are weak thats all you see.--

I put up the photo to demonstrate that Asians are Alpha too ()

But seriously,

My brother in law that is 6'10" was a star athlete growing up. He was the hero of his rich high school in long island and his caucasian girlfriend was the head cheerleader (typical). He excelled at Football, Basketball but he was God like in Volleyball. Bro-in-law got a scholarship to UCLA, UCDAVIS, Berkley and Hanyang University in Korean. My father in law (RIP) swayed him to go to Hanyang believing he would represent Korea in the Olympics, unfortunately he blew out his knee at the olympic trials. He currently owns a chain of restaurants and married an uber rich girl out of Kangnam.

The 6'5" brother in law was also a star athlete at baseball, he got a scholarship to Cornell and was recruited to play in the minors right out of highschool, he also had bad luck. He shoulder got badly damaged and his aspirations as a Major Leaguer went down the tubes. He is currently a dentist


You know my story. Here is one of my favorite Alpha dog pictures its from when i got my brown belt in BJJ.
I am pictured with Nick "the Mad MOnkey" serra (one of the first BJJ blackbelts under Renzo Gracie), Tom Muller (2009 heavyweight bjj champion).
and myself.

[Image: 1972427_10152637194705152_76545263512069...e=5CA4DDD4]


also arguably the most alpha asian male that is currently alive is

Masato the Silverwolf- at 5'8" one of the greatest Kickboxers that ever lived.

[Image: 1701919508.jpg]



btw, EY, Karasu- if you guys are ever in LI , NY and want to work out stop by my school. I usually teach couple classes a week.


capital invitation, thanksBig Grin
he was the most popular male in japanese fightsport in his prime.

None of the girls liked the taller Musashi or other bigger K1 japanese dudes... they liked MASATO

another hole in Dong's BS theory
(12-04-2018 05:38 PM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]he was the most popular male in japanese fightsport in his prime.

None of the girls liked the taller Musashi or other bigger K1 japanese dudes... they liked MASATO

another hole in Dong's BS theory


None of the girls liked the taller Musashi or other bigger K1 japanese dudes... they liked MASATO------

brilliant example
Masato was my favorite kickboxer , incredible blend of Muay Thai and western boxing
You can’t get more alpha then him
why was 90s/early200s K1 not equal to Boxing popularity in USA?
not sure, its probably because they didnt accept being large. K1-max was for lightweight fighters. JK Big Grin
6'10"!? Wtf

Why aren't these dudes fighting in ONE FC?
the one who is 6'10" was incredibly fast/agile and coordinated. Like an athletic savant. He just wasnt a fighter, of course no one f'd with him in school or anywhere because of his size. If he learned to fight he would be something akin to Jon Jones. (he was in one real fight his entire life and he front kicked the guy in the face- f'ing the guy bad, mind you he dosent know any martial art at all.)
I never saw a big guy move as fast as my brother in law it was pretty scary actually. He played vollyball in chinese nine man team after college and even with the jacked knee was crazy fast with an incredible jump.

Ironcially, the most violent and feriocious of that family was the 5'8" sister of there's that I married.Big Grin
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