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apparently very real

http://shop.nordstrom.com/s/band-of-outsiders-giant-zip-hoodie/3943215
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Boo is so lame.
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BOO
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@jet, do you have a stretching routine that you do after your lifts to maintain good mobility? After giving up yoga and spending about a year and a half lifting and eating, I feel like I've lost an insane amount of mobility. Any tips amigo?
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I don't know what's wrong with some of you people, that hoodie is hilarious.
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fuck browsing SF high is the worst what the fuck is this?

It can be great though as well (high). biggrin.gif


But yeah that hoodie is just stupid.
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I don't know what's wrong with some of you people, that hoodie is hilarious.

 

I imagine the indonesian slave women had a good laugh when those bourgeois-sized zippers came in to their workplace/living quarters. 

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@jet, do you have a stretching routine that you do after your lifts to maintain good mobility? After giving up yoga and spending about a year and a half lifting and eating, I feel like I've lost an insane amount of mobility. Any tips amigo?

you're asking the wrong du my mobility is straight garbage, i'm probably the most inflexible meathead at the gym and i have no routine except warming up with light weight

i'm thinking of doing yoga and pilates but aint' nobody got time for that...i have a rumble roller which is a torture device and every time i look at it i get intimidated, only used it a few times when i first got it last year

wish i could help you but this time i ain't got the answers except to start doing yoga again

edit - actually the only stretches I do is the forward lunge with leg all the way back for my tight hip flexor/hamstring otherwise i get cramped if i squat, sprint or run, also another one is this pushup/crawl type I forget the name of but that too works hip flexor and hamstring which are my worst areas (along with tight lower back/spinal erector which come to think of it I started doing something for if you're interested)

double edit - look into rolfing sessions, they unlock contracted muscles that fuck up your alignment and mobility, two friends swear by it but it's expensive, 150 per session but afterwards you don't need it for awhile (lifting fucks everything up but i can't stop won't stop)
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buy a lacrosse ball and just smash it against all your knots. great for rolling underside of foot too

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yea if you want good mobility don't lift weights :P
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yea if you want good mobility don't lift weights :P

 

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I've always hated lifting weights, so I do boot camp and yoga twice a week with running mixed in. I find it's the perfect combination for building and maintaining strength, fitness, endurance, and flexibility.
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@jet, do you have a stretching routine that you do after your lifts to maintain good mobility? After giving up yoga and spending about a year and a half lifting and eating, I feel like I've lost an insane amount of mobility. Any tips amigo?

http://phraktured.net/starting-stretching.html
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@jet, do you have a stretching routine that you do after your lifts to maintain good mobility? After giving up yoga and spending about a year and a half lifting and eating, I feel like I've lost an insane amount of mobility. Any tips amigo?

Do your yoga. I dunno how old you are, but I am now 40, and a lifetime of heavy exercise and running is taking its toll. My joints are rocked from years of kickboxing and jujitsu and lots of repetition exercises, and years of running (I ran road races for decades) make me have the hamstring flexibility of a 90 year old man. If I had to redo things, I would have decreased each workout by 15 to 30 minutes, and did something like a shortened primary series in that. I'm doing more stretching now. Young enough for a fresh start, I hope.

Also, for years, I trained two a days, six times week. I think that 5 days, plus a day of just stretching, is good, unless you are a pro athlete. Even then, it's too easy to overtrain.
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