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rippedbody.jp was what taught me how to do leangains.
A good chunk of my wardrobe is uniqlo and almost all of it hasn't crapped out on me yet (save for a thin knit or two). And I don't take super great care of it either. The same can not be said of a lot of other cheap clothes from fast fashion outlets. Uniqlo is definitely in a tier above H&M/Zara/Topman/Forever21/Old Navy in terms of durability. Is it great? Of course not. But it will get you through a surprising # of seasons without looking like shit as it gets worn (I...
yeah it's totally unlike the books to kill a fan favorite character.
The problem is if you play sports or something you risk damaging your meniscus/other internal knee structures. I opted for the surgery because I want to stay active.
Tom Ford/Uniqlo/Uniqlo/Uniqlo/JP
everyone in this thread is shocked, shocked at this new development.
Finally done with PT and winding down school so I can finally hit the gym 2-3 times a week instead of like, 1. Splitting into upper and lower body with a pretty decent routine to work around my injuries: Upper: Cardio (to get running mileage up) Push Up 3xf Incline Push up 3xf Pull up 5xf DB Curl 3x10 DB Shoulder Press 3x10 Lower: Cardio Smith Squat (heavy) 3x5-8 Smith Squat (light) 5x10 Leg Press 3x10 Glute Push 3x10 Planks Hopefully I can do this 2 times a week and do...
Osgood schlatter+ACL tear here as well. I found patellar bands/taping helps. The cheap like, $10 band you wrap around your patellar and put in that OS groove does a lot to keep it from hurting too bad.
Dacox is just some massive obliques away from statham fridge mode Mirin'
MS in marketing analytics. Maybe PHD after who knows (they just started offering it at my school).Experienced gym goers can probably motivate themselves to do the workout without the group and design their programming to hit the goals that various crossfit classes are into. That being said it's pretty social and not really bullshit. There are some horror stories of terrible gyms that don't bother teaching their members good form for fairly technical lifts and this result...
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