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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Bro do you even PC game with good posture and mobilize at same time?


Yup, i am turning into a min i knucks. Would recomend dietition.

Defs not, gaming means I get my slouch on hard.
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Originally Posted by Eason View Post

Oh cool, you work on Warframe? Tell them to make the missions less repetitive and you're golden, it's a beautiful game.

Thanks man, we just released an update which added a new tileset which does a lot to keep the game feeling fresh. Also, wall run. The art is friggin great but the gameplay isn't all that deep as you well know most missions are "go here, do something, kill stuff." I'm hoping we do more wrt customization and skill trees.

It does look fucking awesome though, especially for a f2p title. Looks AAA for sure.
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Originally Posted by jarude View Post

"i want something but i dont want to have to do anything for it. now i am going to pout." ffffuuuu.gif
what
oh super cool im glad you know what his goals are, surely everyone wants to look like ronnie coleman. also, it is literally impossible to accomplish anything physique wise unless you use very specifically-shaped pieces of metal. literally. i mean its so literal that no one on this planet ever has done anything remotely related to fitness without said equipment, due to the human body being so self-aware it is actually being cognizant of whether or not resistance is being provided by weights.
he explicitly stated he was not willing to put any time or money into a gym, dafuq makes you think he's going to spend $1000 on a full home setup?
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Originally Posted by stinger70 View Post

well, that was kinda my point. If you dont put any time or money into something you aint gonna achieve anything.
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Originally Posted by stinger70 View Post

spend some money on a rack etc or you wont get the results to make it worth the effort anyway

Well, it depends on the intended results. I wasn't that specific, so actually I don't need to lose any weight, I'm looking to tone and get some definition and probably bulk up a little but not jersey shore status.

I have realistic expectations about what can be accomplished given that I have minimal time, equipment, and effort. My original point was that if I'm paying $60-70/month for a membership, and it takes me 20-30 minutes each way just to get there plus changing and stuff or classes at predesignated times, then I know from experience I'm just not going to do it, so I've decided to still try do some healthy working out but with what I've got here at home. I can come home, change, do a quick 20-30 minute workout, and eat dinner and move on with my life instead of taking 1-2 hours, dealing with public transit and the general public in the gym and spending nearly $100/month...

The question was, what are some relatively cheap tools or new exercises I can do with what I have that will either help me work out a new muscle group or the same group in a different way. The chinup bar for example was cheap enough and opened up a whole new set of moves. So taht sort of thing.


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Originally Posted by Aidan K View Post

One thing I got for mostly conditioning at home is purchasing some army surplus duffels and laundry bags and filling them with sand. Super cheap and disposable, can be loaded to differing weights and useful for all sorts of things: carries, squats, deadlifts etc. KB swings with the dumbbells or sand bag.
I also second convict conditioning.
Interesting ideas. I'm going to look into KBing. Will probably just buy a couple more weights too though just so I can do some sort of pyramids.
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Originally Posted by Flame View Post

 

That is one needy chick. 

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That is one needy chick. 

Not sure... green is the sender and I would assume since he posted this, that he took the screen shot so that would make him the green text. Unless he reversed how the messages show up...which I don't think is possible...unless he did some serious cs work. But I might be wrong.
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Originally Posted by joshuadowen View Post

That is one needy chick. 

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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

Not sure... green is the sender and I would assume since he posted this, that he took the screen shot so that would make him the green text. Unless he reversed how the messages show up...which I don't think is possible...unless he did some serious cs work. But I might be wrong.
Youre reading too much in this...taken off a friend's fb.
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What is the best way to get a massive bloat before squats? Ate 500g of greek yoghurt, a cup of oats, some raspberries, double cream and 125g of whey and now I'm gonna have a few scoops of ice cream. Assume ramen noodles and diet coke would be better?
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Protein and fat won't do it. Protein makes me thirsty and anecdotally causes me to lose water. Fiber (oats) also pulls water out of your system. Use refined carbs and salt.
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

What is the best way to get a massive bloat before squats? Ate 500g of greek yoghurt, a cup of oats, some raspberries, double cream and 125g of whey and now I'm gonna have a few scoops of ice cream. Assume ramen noodles and diet coke would be better?

A lot of carbs. A lot of salt. A lot of fluids.
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I feel like the only reason id want to do gear is for the good excuse to easy tastier food. I'm jelly

Decided to do some deads today. Topped out at 415. Probably could have pulled 425
Not really a part if my get cut routine but low volume so not too bad, wanted to see how much strength I've jettisoned
Edited by Benesyed - 1/31/13 at 6:08am
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There was some discussion with toasty a few pages back about SS being bad program for aesthetics. So what is a good program to follow for aesthetics?
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IA SPBR
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Holy fuck hit a 170kg box squat at a bw of like 185lb or something don't have a scale here. Highest squat anyones done in the gym strong LSE rugby lul and the highest i've done on a straight bar. This hypertrophy work seems to have worked quite well for my squat, i'm staying much more upright in my squats so they look like proper westside squats where I have pretty much a completely verticle back angle, but still sitting back loads and just hitting parallel. Had 2 brahs spotting me and erryone was watching feels good man. I think all the hypertrophy work made my quads stronger so I don't have to fall as far forward to get my hamstrings working. This was also after a pretty brutal pyramid. Went from 100kgx20 to 140kgx6 and it felt really light so I thought I might as well try max out. Was gonna try 180kg, but 170kg was pretty hard. After 4.5 hours sleep too, feels fucking sick man.


Teh crossfit is invading my gym, they're having a 7 minute burpee challenge, gym manager asked me if I was gonna try, lul fuk off. Hawt as fuck girl in the gym, aesthetic as fuck and she could clean and jerk 60kg easily so she had dat beautiful ass. She did the crossfit though, but its ok for women I suppose. Had a full sleeve and her calves covered in tattoos, which I personally find disgusting, but would still bang. I can't wait to start cutting, gonna be aesthetic as fuck.
Edited by fuji - 1/31/13 at 8:01am
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

There was some discussion with toasty a few pages back about SS being bad program for aesthetics. So what is a good program to follow for aesthetics?

Follow the Drake workout of - Curls, Dumbell Press 4x a week
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