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post #46021 of 46404
For your general amusement:

Tonight in our work gym, just as I was wrapping up and doing some foam rolling, this guy turns up with HIS OWN HUGE BARBELL PAD; spends five minutes getting it perfectly positioned on the bar, and then proceeds to do sets of 5 quarter-reps with 55kg

Just managed to stop myself from asking him what the hell he thought that was good for
post #46022 of 46404
Quote:
Originally Posted by R.O. Thornhill View Post

For your general amusement:

Tonight in our work gym, just as I was wrapping up and doing some foam rolling, this guy turns up with HIS OWN HUGE BARBELL PAD; spends five minutes getting it perfectly positioned on the bar, and then proceeds to do sets of 5 quarter-reps with 55kg

Just managed to stop myself from asking him what the hell he thought that was good for

Better guy than me.. 9/10 times I would've asked him "does that match the purse you took it out of?"
post #46023 of 46404
RHET recommend me a cool pet, may get one of those albino hedgehogs, has to be low maintenance.
post #46024 of 46404
Seahorses
post #46025 of 46404
Want something I can walk ideally.
post #46026 of 46404
Someone around here has two tortoises, she takes to the park, but most animals you can take for a walk requires a good bit of maintenance, walking, feeding, cleaning, cleaning litter box etc.

You should also check the animal code for where you live some cities have limits on what kind of animal you can own and a lot of landlords, don't want weird animals in their buildings let alone dogs.
post #46027 of 46404
don't get a dog, that's for sure.

pets suck, you're going to live a bachelor life why get a pet. might as well get a baby
post #46028 of 46404
Yeah definitely not getting something which requires much maintenance, thats why i was thinking a hedgehog
post #46029 of 46404
They require about the same amount of work as a cat and I don't know if they can be trained to use a litterbox, so you will either have shit on your floors or a smelly as litterbox.
post #46030 of 46404
U dont want a pet, u want a FWB/IB coke muse.
post #46031 of 46404
Quote:
Originally Posted by R.O. Thornhill View Post

For your general amusement:

Tonight in our work gym, just as I was wrapping up and doing some foam rolling, this guy turns up with HIS OWN HUGE BARBELL PAD; spends five minutes getting it perfectly positioned on the bar, and then proceeds to do sets of 5 quarter-reps with 55kg

Just managed to stop myself from asking him what the hell he thought that was good for

HAHAHAHAHA!

 

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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

RHET recommend me a cool pet, may get one of those albino hedgehogs, has to be low maintenance.

Why don't you rescue a chill ass adult cat? No kittens or younger cats. They don't need much attention, just feed them, water them, and scoop their poop once a week. Leave some toys out. 

post #46032 of 46404
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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post

Make sure you keep your form in check.... DL is easy to cheat on and easier to get hurt on


Yeah, for sure. I managed to keep my lower back straight. A bit rounded thoracic but locked it out fairly easy. Did it twice and didn't feel too bad. Gonna chill on the 1RM until I can rep out 275 with ease. So stoked I'm getting stronger. 

post #46033 of 46404
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post
 

After talking about not doing much for 1RM's...he's right back to doing them.


Use your head man.

 


Leg feels a little weird. I'll give a few days. It's probably still an issue though apparently. My back doesn't like spinal loading at all. This BLOWS.


I was using my posterior chain. :D

HA! Are you quoting yourself? :)

post #46034 of 46404
ART was great. the guy actually answered my concerns about neck/shoulder/trap/triceps playing into the forearm pain. did some neck adjustment - definitely was not expecting that - and came up with a reasonable diagnosis that its a few different things playing into the forearm/elbow pain. he says 2-3 sessions/week for a few weeks should clear it up... here's hoping
post #46035 of 46404
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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post

Why don't you rescue a chill ass adult cat? No kittens or younger cats. They don't need much attention, just feed them, water them, and scoop their poop once a week. Leave some toys out. 

You need to do that everyday, it's the best way to avoid your place smelling like stale cat piss.

I had cats for 19 years and I really don't miss those tiny rocks from the litterbox, it somehow managed to drag round the entire apartment.
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