Dean Goudie

Background

I started bodybuilding 2 years ago just because. I had no real reason, I was very small, I weighed around 120 pounds but I really didn't care. One day all my friends started weight-lifting, and after about 6 months or so they started gaining noticeable size. I didn't want to fall behind them so I started lifting weights.

Within a very short period of time I noticed great results. After about 6 months I knew I would never stop lifting. My body changed shape, and the results didn't stop. About then I needed a better edge, so I started watching what I ate, and dove into the supplement world, I then considered myself a bodybuilder. Now after 2 years the only regret I have is not starting earlier. My best weight to date is 170, which is a long way from where I started.

Name: Dean Goudie
E-Mail: blackwolf864@hotmail.com
Favorite Body Parts: Chest & Triceps
Favorite Exercise: Skull Crushers
Favorite Supplements: EAS MyoWhey & Creatine Monohydrate
Hobbies: Lifting, partying, water skiing, swimming, water boarding
Favorite Bodybuilders: Jay Cutler & Arnold

Age: 19
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 170
Waist: 34"
Legs: 24"
Arms: 15"
Chest: 38"
Calves: 15"

Articles

  • Fitness Misconceptions: Water Bottles, Sunburn, And More.

    The following information is either hard to come by, or word of mouth is incorrect and needs to be corrected. Those subjects I will be touching on are about water bottles, sunburn, tanning, and weight training.

  • How I Changed My Life!

    There are many things different people believe in, so it is very hard to give general advice that could apply to everyone, but those things seem to be agreed upon by a large number of people. Find out what I did and what worked for me!

  • Bodybuilding - A Lifestyle, Not A Pastime.

    Learn the importance of dedication and how to live, breathe and sleep bodybuilding.

  • Myostatin, The Future Not Yet Here

    Myostatin is described as a protein found in the blood that appears (research is still in the early stages) to set a limit on the muscle your body can build.

  • Sleep For Success!

    Your muscles begin repairing themselves as soon as you stop battering them in the weight room. But just how important is sleeping to muscle recovery? This article will discuss this issue with the basic weightlifters in mind.

  • Modern Attitude: An Obstacle In Bodybuilding.

    Most bodybuilders understand that there are many obstacles between them and the muscles they desire to achieve. A person's attitude contributes to a person's success as well, it also determines whether or not they will get their mind ...

  • Most Annoying Statements Bodybuilders Say!

    Things overheard, and questions asked over and over again that just get under our skin, here are a few of them so you know not to ask them, or you can get the answers here instead of bothering your local bodybuilder in person.

  • Anything Is Possible

    Three years ago I weighed 115 pounds and was probably one of the smallest guys you would have ever seen. I was outweighed by a considerable number of girls in the school, I was shy and for good reason.

  • Alcohol's Curse On Bodybuilders.

    I have studied drinking, and I have come to the conclusion that it is the anti-muscle. As far as bodybuilding goes, it's everything you would never want to have in you.

  • Workout Routines For Dummiez!

    I get many people asking me what a basic workout routine should look like. Routines will change depending on your goals. But there are basic ideas to keep in mind when your goals are to get big, get cut or somewhere in between ...

  • The 10 Commandments Of Bodybuilding!

    Weight lifting, much like real life has rules by which you should live by if you wish to live properly. The 10 commandments set out by God are also similar to the 10 commandments I am going to speak about.

  • Bodybuilding Is A Science

    Many people believe that bodybuilding isn't a science. They believe it can be made simple and just going to the gym is sufficient to build the dream body.

  • Supplements In The Real World

    There are many supplements out there, and there are tons of questions being asked constantly about all them.

  • School Survival!

    I get asked quite a bit how I managed to get in the gym time I do during these difficult years when the books are calling, the girls are drinking, and the bars are everywhere. Learn how to overcome these obstacles!

  • Tricks Of The Trade!

    There are many different ways to build muscle, and it's up to each individual person to figure out which work for them, but make sure you are aware of all the options that are available to you.

  • Change, Is It In You?

    Variety is the key to any workout program. That is what most bodybuilders will tell you, and of course they are correct. In order to continue your gains you must change your program. Learn why!

  • 5 Exercise Mistakes And Solutions!

    While I have seen pretty much everything imaginably wrong in the gym there are a few common mistakes that are easy to correct thatmany people do.

  • The Not So Wonderful World Of Injuries!

    Injuries, what causes them, what cures them, and what can be done to avoid them, this is what this article will discuss.

  • Negative Adaptation!

    Learn just how far the body goes to fight off the muscle we so desperately try to obtain.

  • Weight-Lifting Questions From Beginners!

    There are a lot of new people lifting with a lot of questions, and people do their best to answer these questions. Here is 10 simple answers to the most common questions.

  • Misconceptions Of Fat

    As a bodybuilder I am no fan of fat. Fat covers hard earned muscle, reducing definition to almost nothing and is unsightly in itself.

  • Long Term Injuries: How They Start & What To Do To Prevent Them!

    It is an all-to-familiar situation. A long term can be prevented if you take the proper measures. Find out what you need to do to prevent long term injuries here!

  • Bulking: Get Your SIZE On!

    During bulking phases the person increases their calorie intake in an attempt to gain weight. This article will discuss the concepts of the bulking phase.