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S-sorry
Bought 3 of them over the weekend. Ate the lamb one. Not psyched to try the other two.
After doing GHRs 3x a week for 6 weeks (went from barely doing one set of 6 with my hands across my chest to 3x15 with hands behind the head and a monster mini band behind the neck), I can safely say I'm glad I didn't buy one. Expensive, huge foot print, and there are better ways to hit your glutes and hams.
Yep. Never tell the truth to women. They don't want to hear it
I'm hoping they both do. ♪ We found love in a hopeless place ♪
>not hooking up with your best friend
I would not have.Beltless front squats
Of course "health" and "junk" are both ambiguous terms which is why I'm calling you out for calling quest bars junk food. I wanted you to explain why the ingredients are weird. The list of ingredients is notably shorter than just about any protein bar on the market and way the hell shorter than most processed foods. There are only 1-2 ingredients that aren't immediately obvious what they are, but they do a good job of explaining what they are (such as plant-based...
1. You actually just called me a name. I have not.2. I did not ask you why you THOUGHT it was junk food. You flat out declared it was. I asked you to explain your declaration. You told me your thoughts rather than facts which is a very "broscience" thing to do.3. The implications of someone eating a quest bar over "junk food" is the macronutrient profile. Compare them to anything you can get from a fast food restaurant. Compare the ingredients while you're at it. Why does...
The broscience is strong with this one
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