>So lay me down awake, no sound, and I dream about you
>In worlds far away, can't remeber, can't forget. Let the streetlights guide you
>It's such a travesty
>The way you say our love should be
>Yeah, such a tragedy
>Think you can just break my heart and leave me
>Well, you better run now
>Man on the run
>Playing for fun
>Wind me up
>Leave me undone
A roiding shitskin with a faggot haircut. Why does fit praise him? Pic related, a true hero, one who didn't die like a pussy at the age of 22.
>the number 1 most inspirational bodybuilding.com account of all time, out of millions of people
>still thinks the only reason people are inspired by zyzz is because of his physique
>implying there is anything straight about zyzz
>except the line on his heart rate monitor
Okay, like what? He was a petty dick who trolled people, specifically went for sluts irl and had no gf, used roids to get a natty looking physique, what was fucking inspiring here?
The fact that he said "brah," or the fact that people can finally find NZ on a map now?
That was posted in 2012. The video is from 2014.
Nobody admires Zyzz for his drug abuse and #yolo lifestyle.
We admire Zyzz because he's like us. He's that skinny kid who grew up playing WoW and Final Fantasy.
He became an aesthetic god but still didn't lose his humility.
He inspired tens of thousands of young men to change their lives for the better and will doubtless inspire thousands more.
Kek this is such a stupid reason, even dumber than Americans claiming pride in being "irish" or "German."
>we both played a video game ;n;7
He dabbled in wow then blasted himself with roids. Then immersed himself in gym and and drug and club culture so deeply it killed him. Yeah I'd say he lost his humanity.
He was a nerdy kid in high school. He felt inadequate about his body and decided it was time for a change.
Pretty much any one of us can relate to that unless you were born fit and muscular.
Confirmed for never having fun in your young age. I am an older anon. I did pretty much the same shit Zyzz did a while back. Partied hard worked hard. My life is fine. Zyzz unfortunately became a casualty. Maybe he did take it overboard, I wont deny that. But to judge his character at such a young age..before he even had a chance to mature and make something of himself is short sighted. A lot of kids in their early 20s do dumb shit Its the rite of passage to becoming a man. I wont hold that against a 22 year old.
What the fuck does this even mean?
>he dindu nuffin ;(
He injected steroids for 2 years and did designer drugs every step of the way, he died because of it, there is no "maybe he took it overboard," he killed himself.
And no dude, you really don't have to work hard using what zyzz used, to get the body zyzz got.
Tip top kek
Lifting for zyzz is lifting for girls, because that's what zyzz lifted for. And doing it in the cheapest way possible.
I honestly can't believe there are people in 2015 still not lifting for themselves, sad kunt.
>lifting 3 years, zyzz inspiration
>zyzz dead for 4
Apparently they do. Literally hundreds of bbers from the 50s and onwards have taken drugs Aziz could have only dreamed about, attained physiques he could only dream about, and are old men today. Zyzz was really nothing when you think about it, just a leftover from chan and misc culture that people miss.
Ie a meme
Nobody denies Zyzz took a lot of chemicals and your right he went overboard. Kids will be kids. The same thing could have happened to me. Who am I to judge.
When I say I worked hard I meant at my job and in the gym, but this conversation is not about me.
Bottom line is, love him or hate him you cannot deny the impact he has had in his corner of the internet and in the fitness community. he will always stir debate, even 4 years later.. Every modern youtube fitness celebrity is forced to give their opinion on Zyzz at some point and most were inspired by him. Which means even four years after his death he still is spoken and debated about. That is what you call making in impact..
See, this is where you just need to stop. No, not everybody shares your reasoning for going to the gym and picking up heavy things.
You only embarrass yourself by claiming otherwise. You are THAT GUY
>walk into gym
>ERRBODY HERE TA GET THAT SWEET PUSSSSAY
yeah nah, Aziz a shit
I wish he weren't dead. His death was the first death that actually impacted me hard. Couldn't stop thinking about it for like a whole week. Still think about it often. Fuck he was cool. Didn't take himself seriously and was so good at having fun in a troll inspired way. Such an inspiration and a great fucking guy. Anyone who says otherwise either doesn't understand him or is a hater pure and simple.
I'll be honest he's what inspired me to start lifting, the confidence he had was something I wanted.
I started losing weight and lifting. Then he died 8 months later, it hurt man. I lived in Sydney too so knew alot of people who knew him. Sounded like the coolest guy.
RIP in peace
Zyzz inspired me to start and continues to inspire me, and is my main source of motivation for doing my workouts when I don't feel up to it... this is mainly because I'm also a shitskin 6'0 fag who was addicted to WoW before I started fitness.
I don't care that he juiced (I never plan to go on cycles myself, due to fear of fucking up my chances of having kids) but his mindset, work ethic and carefree attitude makes him a god to me.
RIP brah, see you at the crossroads.