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Say you've got a program that you've stuck with, that works for you, and that you enjoy. You're in the middle of a progression (not in any kind of deloading phase) and you realize toward the end of a workout that you have a lot more to give. Do you stay true to the program, or do you throw it out the window and do all the work you can?
Quote: Originally Posted by thekunk07 to never smoke again. 9% bodyfat. You can have one or the other but not both. Unless you find another stimulant.
Quote: Originally Posted by AndrewRyanWallace +1 , how can you call Grizzly Bear pretentious? Have you ever seen them or spoken to them? I live in Brooklyn. And they're huge, aren't they?
Grizzly Bear are pretentious and the Avett Brothers peaked two albums ago; you see, I liked them back when they were cool. Pixie Lott's Turn it Up was perhaps the best album released in 2009 but I don't know if I'd say that were I not conscious of her appearance.
A question more than a thought but today is the last of ten days off from the gym after what had been 3-4x/week lifting for about three months or so. I had been adding a pound per week to many of my lifts (or half a pound per workout-- I'm n00b enough that microweights are great and I never fail). So, if I was hypothetically doing 5x5 at 200lbs 10 days ago, do I go back to trying 5x5 at 200.5 lbs as if I never took a break, or should I deload a bit?
Excel 2007. I get a circular reference warning every 20 seconds. I know that I have a circular reference, because I put it there. But why is it "warning" me so frequently? And how do I stop it?
Quote: Originally Posted by Aparke612 The Woodsman Tartan is back!! I just grabbed it for $29.99 I know there are some of you on here who want it so go quick! It's really irritating that one can find it via a search engine, but not by using the menus on the site. I'm trying to figure out whether this is just incompetence, or if J.Crew has a valid business reason.
Quote: Originally Posted by thekunk07 i have reverse seasonal effective disorder and am miserable all spring and summer Me too. And I have it bad. Summer just slays me-- I don't know whether it's psychological, or physical, but some combination of bright light and heat just knocks me on my arse. In winter, I can go all day long on six hours of sleep per night as long as I don't have to hang out somewhere the thermostat is cranked up. I'd...
Quote: Originally Posted by kmdsimpson I get the feeling they're cranking down the inventory, too. I think I mentioned this before, but seems like the stores get one shipment of new items, and that's it. Same result - less stuff left over to discount. Between their chart, their conference call transcripts, and their published financials, it's pretty obvious that they are completely on top of things. Retail is easy if you don't grow too big...
Quote: Originally Posted by Thomas RONG RONG RONG RONG RONG: BANANAPHONE!
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