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Yeah... if you're gaining 3 lbs a week and lifts aren't going up 2.9 lbs of that is fat.
Soaking takes care of most of the problems people have with the skins I think. I add a little salt for flavor - just seasoning. Makes me want to go buy a big ass bag of almonds and make some almond butter.
For all you guys noming on raw almonds, I'd recommend soaking them first - soak em in salted water overnight then dry them in the oven at like 150 - takes care of the phytic acid and gut irritants so you can eat more of em without jacking up your gut.
That is a huge plate or you are 4 feet tall.
Yup, just cut that rubber mat in half and lay it on either side.
Biggskip - what kind of flooring is that? Concrete? I would use the horse stall mats on either side - where your weights will go when you're deadlifting/rowing, etc and stand on the most firm platform you can which is why people build platforms with plywood in the middle - probably doesn't matter at lighter weights but you will notice that slight give from the mats at higher weights. Nice rack btw!
+1000000I'd be more worried about your polyunsatured fat intake from stuff like "vegetable" oils - pretty much processed shit. I use butter/ghee, coconut oil, and olive oil.
Diet has a huge role in body comp, getting your food / rest & recovery right should be a priority.
That's really cheap for bumpers, I might have to pick some up soon at that price haha
Been lurking this thread for a while, really good reading. I've only been training about 6 months so still really in the novice/beginner stage, running a 3 day SS right now with equipment I set up in my 'dining room', I just have a basic power rack, bench, and a dip station set on some horse stall mats. Probably going to get some adjustable dumbbells and do IA's routine in the near future. Body weight ~165 depending on if I've taken a growler that day - 5'9" Bench:...
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