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Today's agenda:

Morning - 45 minutes bouldering/rock climbing

Afternoon - glycogen depletion workout. Workout will be supersets of 8 with 30 second rests, rep ranges of 12-15:

Dumbbell flyes
Lat Pulldowns
Repeat x7

Leg Extensions
Leg Curls
Repeat x7

Seated hammer curls
Tricep pushdowns
Repeat x7

Seated calf raises
Dumbbell overhead press
Repeat x7

Evening will include 1 hour of posing practice

Will be consuming 2.5 gallons of water and eating slightly below maintenance with <50g carbs.
post #42602 of 57266
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Originally Posted by TeeKay View Post

Eh not really

Really? Your hairline is exactly where it was when you were 12?
post #42603 of 57266
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post

Really? Your hairline is exactly where it was when you were 12?

Pretty much.
post #42604 of 57266
spartan race photos:


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post #42605 of 57266
stress could be a big contributor to hair loss
post #42606 of 57266
last car recently sold - Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

current, crown victoria LX sport Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I only drive like 20 miles a week though. I like v8 rear wheel drive sedans. Although I wouldn't mind having a 350Z..
post #42607 of 57266
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post

Had Panera's at an acquisition meeting today. Bacon turkey bravo sandwich, a little bag of chips and a cookie is apparently 1420 calories. Fuck me, now I need to eat 700 and get in 90g protein still.

Today at the gym sucked too, but I guess that's expected as I've been out of it for a week or two.

Is there any actual evidence that EC stack promotes muscle consumption given the same caloric deficit and macro breakdown? Was gonna go on it in a couple weeks.

Ugh, I feel so small. frown.gif

 

Well the cookie is like 500 calories.  The sandwich by itself woulda been fine.

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post #42609 of 57266
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post

Really? Your hairline is exactly where it was when you were 12?

Yes.
post #42610 of 57266
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Originally Posted by tesseract View Post

Pretty much.

Pretty much. In fact, I required stitches right at my hairline when I was 9 and the distance between my scar and current hairline hasn't really changed at all.
post #42611 of 57266
Screw you guys and your hair frown.gif
post #42612 of 57266
Another never-bald checking in. I'll be grey by 30, but no receding here.
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Receding hairline crew checking in. frown.gif
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How expensive are european imports in comparison to cars from the US?

 

I mean, if an old and used BMW, Golf or Alfa were roughly the same price (new or sued, doesn't matter) as those you've shown here, I'd pick the former ones every day.

I realize I may be way off. Just interested to hear the price difference and how common european cars are. Mostly thinking about the middle or upper-middle segment with Jaguar, Audi, BMW, cheaper Porsches, the sportier Golfs, etc...

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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

How expensive are european imports in comparison to cars from the US?

I mean, if an old and used BMW, Golf or Alfa were roughly the same price (new or sued, doesn't matter) as those you've shown here, I'd pick the former ones every day.
I realize I may be way off. Just interested to hear the price difference and how common european cars are. Mostly thinking about the middle or upper-middle segment with Jaguar, Audi, BMW, cheaper Porsches, the sportier Golfs, etc...

European cars are definitely more expensive, especially to maintain. That being said German cars are super popular where I live. For example I live on a block with 8 houses on it and 6 of the houses have at least one BMW, Mercedes or Audi in front of it, and I don't live in the wealthy part of my town.
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