What is your career?

Discussion in 'Hypertrophy-Specific Training (HST)' started by Joe.Muscle, Feb 4, 2006.

  1. Joe.Muscle

    Joe.Muscle Active Member

    I have been a member here for a while and I feel like I have met some great people through this forum. Like some of the other off topic threads I was just wondering what everyone does for career.

    Ill myself am 27. I am a Personal Banker and I invest into properties on the side.
  2. abarlament

    abarlament New Member

    I'm a soph in college, and I am in the ROTC program, so I will be an Army officer when I get out. Hoping to get into the Aviation branch, or another combat arms branch.
  3. colby2152

    colby2152 New Member

    This should be moved to the General Training board...

    Anyways, I am currently a Junior at the Pennsylvania State University. I am going for a degree in Mathematics (Actuarial Sciences option) with a double minor in Business and Statistics. I am not totally sure what I will be doing when I graduate as I am new to actuarial & business studies (former engineering major.)

  4. liegelord

    liegelord New Member

    I'm an author, speaker and radio show host.
  5. robefc

    robefc New Member

    Great idea for a thread Joe - and we should probably put our heads together because I'm an independent financial adviser!

    I specialise in working with dentists so if anyone knows any in the UK then let me know! :-D
  6. Aaron_F

    Aaron_F New Member

    Research scientist
  7. TylerDurden

    TylerDurden New Member

    Revolutionary, philosopher
  8. Goddamn! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! We just had a near-life experience!
  9. Sun-Tzu

    Sun-Tzu New Member

    I'm 24, a Computer Graphic Designer. I have my degree in design for print. I've worked as a manager/sign designer/fabricator for the last few years, but was just laid off.
  10. ChanceHarper

    ChanceHarper New Member

    I am a computer programmer/analyst; 7 years from retirement. [​IMG]
  11. Keystone

    Keystone New Member

    Financial Analyst: Audit Insurance Companies.

  12. xarfox

    xarfox New Member

    im an IT consultant specializing in development work (sql, .net, etc...)

    drexel grad :)
  13. ChrisHouston

    ChrisHouston New Member

    I'm a Flash developer for a digital marketing agency. Websites, ads, little web games, that sort of thing.
  14. I do Visual Effects for Movies and TV... :)
  15. Rippt

    Rippt New Member

    Corporate Wellness Specialist. Love it.
  16. Fausto

    Fausto HST Expert

    Intersting thread!

    Turning 40 in August! I am a bug-man [​IMG] joke, a pharmaceutical microbiologist at this stage.

    Getting rather intrested in the wellness industry and will soon give validation a bash, but not for a boss, rather on my own.

    Love HST to bits! [​IMG]
  17. Lol

    Lol Super Moderator Staff Member

    I'm beating Fausto at 40 - 41 this year! Maths grad, now self-employed Graphic Designer - Web design, print design plus some occasional movie/animation work.

    I also have rental properties which are my pension!

    Thanks to HST, I'm training again and keeping up with a training partner who's 10 years younger. :)
  18. Omega_man

    Omega_man New Member

    Age 45, Electronics & mechanical engineering back ground.
    Started 2 companies & sold them.
    First, did installation & service of automatic access control systems. Then sold it.
    Second, started a manufacturing company that developed a full product line of access control & automatic gate operating systems. Then sold it 1 year ago.
    Currently doing some occasional consulting to the company the bought me out, and managing my investments, etc...
    Now waiting for the next big thing (can't wait to see what's next)
  19. Joe.Muscle

    Joe.Muscle Active Member

    Really interesting stuff guys...I thought this thread would be cool.

    Starting 2 companys and selling them is awesome.

    So is your job Fausto ...really impressive.

    As for real estate flipped my first home this year...did really well...so the rental houses Lol interest me as well.
  20. Fausto

    Fausto HST Expert

    Well, thanks Joe, it can be inetersting alright, just this industry is a real pain in the tutu, full of paperwork and regulations, but the work itself and the decsions one has to make, yeah, those can be a real bang! :D

    I think I have learned quite a bit and should soon go on my own...it takes guts though and determination, but so does HST and building the ideal body...so if someone has moved your cheese...chase for a new one...or get yourself a cow and make your own!

    All the other jobs posted are just as interesting, including yours, right now in South Africa, real estate is making a killing, just as an example, the house I bought 5 years ago, has but trippled in price, that...I think...is quite good.


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