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fuji always reaching for the stars
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reach for the stars because if you miss you'll land on the moon. I will still graduate with the UK equivalent of a 4.0 though lol.
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RHET i'm going to fail my maths module this year, is it better to write some shit numbers get like 8% or just not sit it and get a 0? Will still graduate with dat 1st though because my uni has the most retarded way of assigning grades. Sum of your top 4 modules out of 9 and the rest don't matter lol. Can fail my 3rd year and still be good.

kinda hard to say. do you need that class for something? I'm not really aware on the relative valuations of low grades wrt incompletes. guise in the industry probably know better but if IB will just take a look at your GPA then
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I will still graduate with the UK equivalent of a 4.0 though lol.
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the worst part about running (besides a full 45 minutes of constantly thinking to myself of how much i want to die) is sweating like a pig for hours afterwards. seriously. i could lift for a good hour plus in 20 plus degrees celsius in my garage, be soaked in sweat, take a shower and be fine. now any more than half an hour of running leaves me dripping with sweat for hours afterwards... its been an hour since i finished my run and i still have a fan blasting my face with sweat dripping off of it. ugh.

i think running is helping my elbow, strangely enough. at about 15 minutes in, when the blood is really pumping, i get 100% full ROM, no pain, no nothing, like nothing ever happened. the stiffness and pain has returned post-run, so i guess i just need to keep blood flowing to the area constantly. i would friggin love to see what's going on mechanically on the inside to know why and how this is happening. i've gone from carpal tunnel to tennis elbow to trigger points to thoracic outlet syndrome back to trigger points then tennis elbow again... every day i think its something else, i just need to keep massaging out my scalenes, serratus posterior superior, infraspinatus, lats, stretch all of the above, do controlled eccentric stuff for the forearm... i am making steady progress at least. smile.gif

+throw out your mouse and use a trackball at work, and sleep on your back not side
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I will never be a back sleeper. The only time I did was when we earned some forced rest during a field exercise in the army when we were awake for 96 hours straight beforehand... I've never had a more blissful sleep than that 6 hours in the dirt lol.
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pretty sure that holding the bar during squats is aggravating my shoulder. Should I just do heavier front squats? Or ATG smith machine squats? or leg press? Need to work out posterior chain but can't deadlift either.
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dumbbell good mornings, banded if you can, do good things for your posterior chain. they also suck balls but that's a different story
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Yea, I side slept my whole life. Took me like 2 months of shitty sleep and then sleeping on something rock hard to break the habit.

SSB GN? Or a cambered bar? Eric Cressey only squats with those now bc of his shoulder.
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it's about holding the bar on my traps. That motion causes me a lot of pain.
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I will never be a back sleeper. The only time I did was when we earned some forced rest during a field exercise in the army when we were awake for 96 hours straight beforehand... I've never had a more blissful sleep than that 6 hours in the dirt lol.

It's the best fucking thing.

Completely in utterly physically exhausted, and mentally at peace with everything. No life shit to think about. No bills/finances worries, no relationship worries, no work or study worries...absolute bliss.

But then you have to get back into real life.
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it's about holding the bar on my traps. That motion causes me a lot of pain.

like the physical weight of the bar? With an ssb or cambered bar the shoulder doesn't need to go through a ROM
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It's the best fucking thing.

Completely in utterly physically exhausted, and mentally at peace with everything. No life shit to think about. No bills/finances worries, no relationship worries, no work or study worries...absolute bliss.

But then you have to get back into real life.

Totally sounds like the army.

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Originally Posted by Lagrangian View Post

kinda hard to say. do you need that class for something? I'm not really aware on the relative valuations of low grades wrt incompletes. guise in the industry probably know better but if IB will just take a look at your GPA then


The only firm that has asked me for module scores is nomura and I think BAML, but otherwise they just ask for your grade. Kind of worried it's going to absolutely destroy my chance of getting into a good masters, I'll get into my current uni for whatever I want because the disability people love me, but probably no american schools with a zero. I also won't be able to take any higher level maths courses, but if I can't deal with laplace transforms and like jordan normal matrices fuck am I doing real analysis. It's such a bad feel realising you're not that sick at maths, thought i'd be doing a maths degree when I was like 12, but it just got too hard and the call of finance got too much.


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pretty sure that holding the bar during squats is aggravating my shoulder. Should I just do heavier front squats? Or ATG smith machine squats? or leg press? Need to work out posterior chain but can't deadlift either.

I've hurt my chest before, which made it basically impossible to squat because I couldnt really get my arms back and shoulder blades tight so what I did was really high bar squats holding the bar at the collars. Obviously a different injury then your shoulder, but i'd think if you used a very wide grip it wouldn't aggrivate your shoulder.
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Can someone explain to me why any business would need to be withdrawing this amount of cash? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

See my preceding post.
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To post on instagram so he can look baller obvs
Food scales usually only weigh out to a tenth though peepwall[1].gif

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