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If you're under 30 and you can make it work, you're a damned fool if you choose not to. France is one of the greatest countries in the world, and (at certain levels of income) the bang for the buck is fantastic. PS I am a hard-core right-winger and I still feel this way.
Quote: Originally Posted by dmash1080 Haha ok buddy. I measure out 24.5" thighs right now...with veins and striations. but yeah..my chicken legs have trouble pushing that 800 lbs on leg press sometimes. I have a tiny waist and my v taper is great...Seriously bro, just think before you post. You're boasting about your leg press?
Quote: Originally Posted by stickshift Up the intensity. Give it 110% effort. Also use the strictest form possible and put your mind in the muscle. I recommend letting your form suffer, but under no circumstances should you give anything less than 125% effort. Even if that means you have to put some effort on your credit cards.
Measures 3" slimmer through the chest, 1" slimmer through the waist and 2 3/4" slimmer through the seat than our Slim fit. Higher arm holes and narrower sleeves complement the trimmer silhouette. Interesting-- it's truly a "slim fit" rather than an "athletic fit", as they reduce the chest 2" more than they reduce the waist. I'm still pretty fat but it would look ridiculous on me; the chest would be skintight but the shirt would still blouse over my belt.
1. 50 Cent and I were the only two people working out at my gym (about three weeks ago). 2. I sat next to Meadow Soprano on a flight to Toronto. 3. Former MTV VJ Duff was trick-or-treating yesterday in my friend's building.
Quote: Originally Posted by Huntsman FTFY. I didn't drink beer for nearly ten years after reaching legal drinking age for having tasted Budweiser in my youth -- but wine, scotch, bourbon and gin suffered no similar fate. Bud is truly is a travesty that sucks life and ability to appreciate existence out of people while making them fat. ~ H In Praise of Budweiser (contains extended footnotes)
Quote: Originally Posted by msza Anyone have any clever ways of covering up stitched-in branding? Covering up a pony on a RL hoodie, for example. Seems like a longshot, but you all seem like a creative bunch! Yeah-- this! I could spend a bunch at the Polo outlet if it weren't for that damned horse.
I may be wrong (and I'm just an asshole on the internet) but I bet that if you lose some fat you'll be surprised to discover that you're not really of "medium" build. Your bones look rather slight.
Budweiser. I spent the bulk of my twenties drinking cooler-than-thou microbrews but as I have grown older and richer, I've come to realize that nothing is as genuine or delicious as The King of Beers®.
Can someone recommend me a DL routine? 1. I weigh 195. 2. My 1RM is about 370 (I can go higher if I am allowed to get sloppy with the lower back). 3. I've been doing some sort of 3x5 but the volume fatigues me a bit too much and it hurts the rest of the workout. 3b. A heavy set of five makes me want to puke. That's good, right? 4. I am way overfat.
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