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No time to squat when there's ruck marches to be had
post #30212 of 48469
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post



Beef and tripe in the congee I think
I don't know what's for dinner or after meal :/

That a boy. Now put some buns on those burgers and eat through whatever intolerance you think you have. your body will get use to it.
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Originally Posted by jarude View Post

HR but i am not sure i want to stick with the field. i've been looking into a few sales positions lately and might go back to school again. i havent been around waterloo much, but i've done some deliveries and other business in kitchener and i didn't really like what i saw, lol. i spent a summer in ottawa doing ceremonial guard and i loved the city, so if you're coming from there and enjoying waterloo then that's a good sign. i should look a little more into the k-dub area, but i assumed when RIM started tanking then things would be on a bit of a downward spiral around there. whats your business there?

i kinda like london, i used to really hate it growing up here and going to western then fanshawe but after working in hamilton and leamington i've come to appreciate it a hell of a lot more. its pretty boring and white and there is literally nothing to do unless you're one of those pajama-clad students (lol western). there's a brutal unemployment rate - i got laid off a few months back - and our mayor is one rcmp investigation away from being an actual criminal, but otherwise its not too bad. i like being 2 hours from everything, but im getting worried that i'll end up getting rooted here with my gf's small business. its a decent city and everything, but getting stuck here... frown.gif

I work for one of the big three telcos, there's a ton of work in the area though. Even with RIM not what it once was (it's still a huge presence) there's lots of insurance and other tech that sprung up around RIM (Google, Opentext, lots of startups), plus there are two universities and at least one college (UW, WLU, Conestoga) which keep a pretty steady flow of people and money coming into the tri-city. More and more people are commuting to TO as well, but that would be a slog, I work out of sheppard and the DVP once or twice a month and even with the 407 the commute is not fun. Kitchener is okay, my office and gym are right on weber and king, it's just a lot more blue collar--reminds me of Hamilton in a lot of ways.

That was how I felt about London when we were there; not much to do, really student oriented, really cut off from everywhere else. Might have been because we were staying in a dumpy condo on huron & highbury but I was working out of our office at one london place and it still seemed like there was not much doing.
Edited by Towers - 6/15/13 at 5:33pm
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To the guys that did or do CBL, did you do the 9-day preparation thing?
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Originally Posted by bbaquiran View Post

To the guys that did or do CBL, did you do the 9-day preparation thing?

yes
post #30216 of 48469
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Originally Posted by Axelman 17 View Post

It had to do with the bar path on a bench press. I think the idea is to make a J with the bar instead of going straight up and down. I really need someone who knows what they are doing to critique my form.

an optimal bar path should be a slight j shape, look up the "so you think you can bench" video series on youtube for pointers
post #30217 of 48469
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Originally Posted by bbaquiran View Post

To the guys that did or do CBL, did you do the 9-day preparation thing?

I enjoy eating in a rough CBL fashion, but largely ignore the details.
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I have had 3 sinus infections this year.. Totally knocks me out of commission for the better part of the week. I've found an antibiotic that works well to finish it off quickly, but I'd rather not get the infections all together.

Has anyone had endoscopic sinus surgery or any other procedure done to cure their allergies/chronic sinusitis?
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Goddamnit, was body surfing at the beach yesterday, caught a wave wrong and got slammed into the shore. Right wrist is slightly puffy and swollen, and while I can move it around it hurts like hell.

What do? Ice and heat it alternatively, get a wrap of some sort? Pissed that I might have to take a couple of days off, but worth it in the long run to not further fuck it up
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

Goddamnit, was body surfing at the beach yesterday, caught a wave wrong and got slammed into the shore. Right wrist is slightly puffy and swollen, and while I can move it around it hurts like hell.

What do? Ice and heat it alternatively, get a wrap of some sort? Pissed that I might have to take a couple of days off, but worth it in the long run to not further fuck it up

Ice only no heat. Heat is moreso for when you're shooting to activating injured tissue, ice to try to reduce inflammation.
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Clicked on thread expecting actual scuba pics, son I am disappoint.
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Ugh, family get together today with my in-laws relatives. Was crushing the BBQ and got a few "must be nice to have that metabolism" comments. "Nothing to do with working out 6 times a week and being in a pool 8 hours a day, right? Ha ha." "Ohh you wish! Just wait, you'll see, it'll slow down."

Fucking nothing else rustles my jimmies than hearing the word "metabolism" in relation to my body comp and food intake ffffuuuu.gif
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you have a real pet peeve with that one mang, might I suggest you think what everyone who's saying that is actually implying?

they mirin' thats what
post #30225 of 48469
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

Goddamnit, was body surfing at the beach yesterday, caught a wave wrong and got slammed into the shore. Right wrist is slightly puffy and swollen, and while I can move it around it hurts like hell.

What do? Ice and heat it alternatively, get a wrap of some sort? Pissed that I might have to take a couple of days off, but worth it in the long run to not further fuck it up

Careful there. I got slammed into the sand boogie boarding when I was little and got a lacerated liver and internal bleeding out of it. Scary times.

Also saw Man of Steel today. Henry Cavill looking thick, solid, tight.
Edited by gort - 6/16/13 at 2:18pm
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