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what does that have to do with anything
post #67232 of 98831
It's kinda backwards logic to me. It should read like this instead:

Stop working out; acquire blubber: knits, cold, hemorrhaging $$$.
post #67233 of 98831
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

you probably haven't been working out as much as you used to?

I actually work out more. I started jogging again and I think I shed a few excess pounds of fat since all my lifts have gone up since then while remaining the same weight, not to mention my shoulders getting even bigger.
post #67234 of 98831
^nice

going to start up my sprints again but it's cold as fuck and the hard part is getting started
post #67235 of 98831
Running in the cold can give you arthritis and joint problems (?)

Random though: 24hour gym complex being built literally 5-10min walking distance from my house. Now I can finally fit in my cardio once the place opens and run to and from, saving gas too. Time to get my jet on
post #67236 of 98831
I'm tech ninjaed out in tights and other warm base layers. My jogs are basically the one time I'm never cold outside.
post #67237 of 98831
Good posture makes clothing look a million times better. Really glad I've started doing yoga.
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Originally Posted by hoozah View Post

what does that have to do with anything

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Originally Posted by thewho13 View Post

It's kinda backwards logic to me. It should read like this instead:
Stop working out; acquire blubber: knits, cold, hemorrhaging $$$.

Note that there's a difference between being cold and feeling cold.

Fatties are more insulated and lose heat less easily, but that doesn't mean their bodies don't function in the same way that ours do. When it's cold, your body conserves heat by reducing blood flow to the extremities, which is why your hands and feet get cold. It makes you feel cold, but it stops your core temperature from being cold. The opposite happens when it's warm, and you also sweat.

A byproduct of using stored chemical energy for mechanical movement (=exercise) is heat. To get rid of this excess heat, your body increases circulation to the extremities, effectively acting like a radiator (increased surface area). You also sweat. The increased circulation to the extremities that happens when you exercise helps you feel warmer. Again, your core temperature stays the same.

But this doesn't make you feel warmer when not exercising, you say?
there's a couple of things at play:
1. Exercise makes me hungrier. more energy to burn. More energy utilised in digesting the food. -->more heat
2. People often go on about how exercise increases your metabolism after exercise. IMO, it's more a case of increased demand for energy to repair muscle. Again, this makes heat as a by product.

IME when I exercise regularly I feel the cold less.
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Originally Posted by Biggskip View Post

Can anybody comment on the quality of ANERKJENDT? Thinking of trying some pieces from this label and am looking to not have a repeat of my Shades of Grey by Michah Cohen experience.

 

I recently bought a couple of their shirts. As far as I can tell they are well made and good value for money. The ones I have also have nice wood buttons and little design quirks that make them different from my other shirts. Looks to me like another Scandinavian brand to watch, and half the price of NN.07.

 

Nick

post #67241 of 98831

Tracking packages is fun.

post #67242 of 98831
need a purple crewneck knit thats not SNS. Anyone?
post #67243 of 98831
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Originally Posted by nowiremember View Post

need a purple crewneck knit thats not SNS. Anyone?

Look, pretty much any brand will release a purple crewneck; you just gave us 1) a fucking colour + 2) one of the two most common description of a sweater along with v-neck 3) a one brand exclusion, opening the door to every other brand in the world. Buy any brand from GAP to Ann Demeulemeester, well anything aside from SNS.
post #67244 of 98831
Digging Siki Im but I can't think of a designer less suited to me on a look/lifestyle basis.
post #67245 of 98831
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Look, pretty much any brand will release a purple crewneck; you just gave us 1) a fucking colour + 2) one of the two most common description of a sweater along with v-neck 3) a one brand exclusion, opening the door to every other brand in the world. Buy any brand from GAP to Ann Demeulemeester, well anything aside from SNS.

i apologize I should have been more detailed. Sub 200$ would be nice , in something heavier than a merino. I have looked at the obvious ie. GAP, Clubmonaco, Jcrew, uniqlo.
was hoping for some others.. Jcrew has one but I hate buying from them.
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