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post #30166 of 57112
If you're able and willing to build out a gym I say go for it. Building out a gym is the most satisfying thing I've done in terms of fitness. Goals seems to become easier to hit, you push yourself harder, and no silly rules.

A few pics from 3-4 months ago including the girls trying to join anti-asian-ass squad. My friends and I have been adding more and more gradually. It costs a nice chunk of change, but in the end is worth every penny.






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Check out Outlier, nice combo of stretchy pants/tailored fit

I actually own quite a bit of Outlier, keirin cuts included, but still yearn for a nice pair of denim that won't become obsolete in a few months. In other words, I gotta get to where I want to be and hover there before I can buy denim or any other pants for that matter.
Edited by Tigerprawn - 6/13/13 at 3:19pm
post #30167 of 57112
That's all you need right there. Sweet garage gym!
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Originally Posted by Tigerprawn View Post

If you're able and willing to build out a gym I say go for it. Building out a gym is the most satisfying thing I've done in terms of fitness. Goals seems to become easier to hit, you push yourself harder, and no silly rules.

A few pics from 3-4 months ago including the girls trying to join anti-asian-ass squad. My friends and I have been adding more and more gradually. It costs a nice chunk of change, but in the end is worth every penny.






I actually own quite a bit of Outlier, keirin cuts included, but still yearn for a nice pair of denim that won't become obsolete in a few months. In other words, I gotta get to where I want to be and hover there before I can buy denim or any other pants for that matter.

Nice space, man. I have a home setup too but not with nearly as much square footage... so jelly

Anything else or just rack/plates?
post #30170 of 57112
Charly - Is this where it's at for big hipped and thigh people?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/RICK-OWENS-DROP-CROTCH-CARGO-PANTS-WEAR-BY-USHER-CHRIS-BROWN-GREY-M-/221239784337?pt=UK_Men_s_Trousers&hash=item3382eb3391

I'm nearly out of the denim game and gotta plan accordingly
post #30171 of 57112
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Charly - Is this where it's at for big hipped and thigh people?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/RICK-OWENS-DROP-CROTCH-CARGO-PANTS-WEAR-BY-USHER-CHRIS-BROWN-GREY-M-/221239784337?pt=UK_Men_s_Trousers&hash=item3382eb3391

I'm nearly out of the denim game and gotta plan accordingly

Well not though unless you want fakes smile.gif
post #30172 of 57112
how much are real used? didnt know those were fakes, lame.
post #30173 of 57112
Called local gym equipment store... didn't even know what a GHR was plain.gif No one around here stocks them, so I guess online will be the only option.

Rack w/ band pegs and monkey bar, ghr, and lat pulldown/low row. Sound complete? Piecing it together.
post #30174 of 57112
got training camp coming up over the weekend.. seriously not looking forward to video analysis of my bar path
post #30175 of 57112
My lifts looked fucking awesome on that $5,000 dartfish machine or however much it costs.
post #30176 of 57112
What kind of power rack did you get? I planning on building a home gym too, after renovations though frown.gif.
post #30177 of 57112
Rack, plates, the standard bench, dip station that is attached to the rack. Just recently bought some bands and I'm contemplating the landmine attachment for twists. Possibly more Kbs for the crossfit fans in the group
post #30178 of 57112
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What kind of power rack did you get? I planning on building a home gym too, after renovations though frown.gif.

http://www.snpequipment.com/

Through this guy. Will report back once it arrived, will be a while though.
post #30179 of 57112

Saying that myostatin "sets" your muscle limit is a bit problematic. It's probably more correct to say that it sets an equilibrium. And taking drugs/training obviously alters that equilibrium...otherwise we wouldn't be able to gain muscle.

When we each have the same copy number of a particular gene and the sequence is somewhat conserved, epigenetics is probably more important that genetics for most of us. i.e., the the ability to alter the translation of these genes so that they're upregulated and downregulated. Likewise, the actual variation at a genetic level is more likely to slightly alter the activity of the protein - reduce or enhance its binding ability or something like that. Obviously the outliers being the belgian blue cows etc. which presumably have deletions that render the protein completely inactive.
post #30180 of 57112
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how much are real used? didnt know those were fakes, lame.

Used? That model? Anywhere form $2-300 usually.
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