DLandis' Fitness Profile

from Allen, Texas (Richardson, TX)

"History repeats itself. It has to; No one is listening."

I Ran 100 Miles! I Ran 100 Miles! I Ran 100 Miles! LIttle Mac Winner Weight Lift Play-off Level 2! Winner Weight Lift Play-off Level 3! Winner Weight Lift Play-off Level 4! I Ran 100 Miles! Winner Weight Lift Play-off Level 5! I Ran 100 Miles! True Grit Weight Lifter Champion I Burned 5,000 Calories! Iron-Man Manimal I Ran 100 Miles! Centurion I Biked 100 Miles! #1 Weight Lifting Champion Major Mass Mover
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  • Shaggameister

    What does it profit a man....

    I'm still sick and my heaves weren't dry but still a great ab workout. I did subscribe, I just have my wife look through them first to filter out all the TRASH. Here are a few other links you might be interested in: < http://www.musclenet.com/christianbodybuilding.htm > < http://www.faithandfitness.net/ > < http://christianbodybuilding.topsiteworld.com/ >

    Posted over 4 years ago by Shaggameister

  • Shaggameister

    What's Up

    I like that profile picture. anyway, I thought you might be interested in this: http://www.primalmusclemagazine.com/ I like free.

    Posted over 4 years ago by Shaggameister

  • D_Lifter

    Hey Thanks!

    Cheers for stopping by and commenting! Let's just say my legs are pretty sore from the squatting still...

    Posted over 4 years ago by D_Lifter

  • Shaggameister


    Hey Dude, I just read your comment for the 12 Weeks to Get Huge workout routine, "Give me back the ability to create my own, or bring back some of the old ones… Like the M&F Rock Hard Challenges or the MAX-OT workouts." I too was very disappointed when they took away the ability to make our own routines and contacted them when it first happened. I went back and forth with them for a little while and got no where. Their reasoning was that people with little to no experience were making routines and other people could use them and get hurt. I think that's a lame excuse. I think people should be smarter than the dumbbells they use. Anyway, here's the link to where you might find some of those routines you like. http://dailyburn.com/workout_programs Be careful because some of those routines were made by people like us lol When it comes to WORK experince always trumps education!

    Posted over 4 years ago by Shaggameister

  • GimpyGranny


    Happy to be back! I had a rough year and a half. A doctor suddenly decided I was too young (imagine that! haha) and active in lifting to do shoulder surgery, and told me not to move my neck wrong or I'll instantly die or be paralized from the neck down! I finally (after the 1-1/2 yrs) found another orthopedic surgeon. My neck is okay (RA just nibbling at the C1 spine, but no danger), and, this August 1st my surgeon gave me a partial shoulder repacement (right), and I'm in physical therapy now. When it's heeled he may do another joint. I can do crunches now, but not lift anything yet. My PT is working on stretching shoulder and arm muscles. We're not ready yet to start on strength. Luckily my rotator cuff wasn't damaged by the RA. Trying to gain 20lbs I lost during that nightmare 1-1/2 years. My new surgeon is great! -- GG

    Posted over 4 years ago by GimpyGranny

About Me

I'm a Practicing Catholic, & committed father to my son. I am a veteran of the US Army and the US Marine Corps (Infantry). I run fast, lift heavy, hit hard, and shoot straight.


Sex: Male

Age: 46

Weight: 211 lbs

Height: 5ft 10in (178 cm)



Barbell Deadlift

(My goal is a max of 405lbs)

Squats - Barbell

(My goal is a max of 450lbs)

Bench Press - Barbell, Flat

(My goal is a max of 275lbs)