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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

FS
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

sit back more

does not compute

e. too late!
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

When I have nothing to do and I'm at home all I do is pull ups. Been awake like 6 hours, done 140. Some weighted, some on rings, some with fat grips all different hand positions. Pull ups, final fantasy IOS ports, baking shit diet cakes and applying for jobs woooo. Livin da lyfe. Gonna go look at homeware at TK Maxx soon, potentially get a nice tin lined copper frying pan.

you already done with your degree mang?
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I think my friend's point was that I was leaning forward a bit and not *really* maintaining a neutral spine. I'll just do what feels right though. Sitting back felt a bit weird.

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you already done with your degree mang?

Nah, but uni starts October first so I have nothing to do. Actual uni starts in April because none of my work is compulsory since I have ADHD and that's when I start prepping for exams. LSE isn't a very strenuous school if your doing a quant degree. You have like 4 questions per week per class which you go through in class with a masters student and 2 hours of lectures but everything's online and we get good textbooks so I don't really have much interaction with the uni which I kind of feel bad about. I think a big interactive campus university like an American Ivy League would be much more enjoyable. Tempted to go to Oxford for masters just because the school looks nice, LSE is so morbid.
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Nah, but uni starts October first so I have nothing to do. Actual uni starts in April because none of my work is compulsory since I have ADHD and that's when I start prepping for exams. LSE isn't a very strenuous school if your doing a quant degree. You have like 4 questions per week per class which you go through in class with a masters student and 2 hours of lectures but everything's online and we get good textbooks so I don't really have much interaction with the uni which I kind of feel bad about. I think a big interactive campus university like an American Ivy League would be much more enjoyable. Tempted to go to Oxford for masters just because the school looks nice, LSE is so morbid.

travel bro

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I really want to, gonna do a bit this month with some girl. Having post IB depression of just buying inane shit haha
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Tempted to go to Oxford for masters just because the school looks nice, LSE is so morbid.

Kinda sry to hear this.
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Someone even made a youtube series about why it's such a weird place. It's very accurate. It's a shitty 50m street wrapped around an ergonomic office chair store full of asians who want to go into banking. I'm ok with me being like that, but I don't want to go to a school with a lot of versions of me.
post #47379 of 57263
Fuji, no one could ever be like you.
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Cousin just posted a vid of him doing seated ohp of 225x2 @185 lb. Kid asks him how it compares to his standing ohp and someone pipes in saying 'it's closer to the ground'.

I started laughing out loud.
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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post

recipe plox

Its long as fuck. I made Chipotle chicken... that's a whole process in and of itself, I will pull up a link when I get home. Whole thing took me 2 days, my recipe usually just takes 1

But for the rest, I made brown rice, which I just make in a big 20 quart pot, boil in like 3 gallons of water for 30 minutes on high and strain. Comes out perfect every time. I made beans too, boiled those on low for 2 hours I think, then mixed them in with the cooked rice. And I threw in like 2 lbs of frozen mixed veggies. Problem is I usually do a 2:1 ratio of chicken to rice, so for a week I do 3lb chicken and 1.5lb rice... but I was so excited to use my new big 20 quart pot I dumped in 3 lb of rice, which on top of the 1lb of beans means there's next to no meat. But yea, if I could do it over, heres what Id do

48 oz of Chipotle style chicken
24 oz of brown rice
4 oz red beans
32 oz frozen veggies
Cumin & salt to taste (during cookng, mix in with rice water)
Mexican shredded cheese to taste (after cooking)
Chipotle style red salsa to taste (after cooking)

My slow cooker sucks, I don't believe in them anymore. It doesnt' cook at all.
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brine beans for 24 hours before cooking and they come out perfect.
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Did i post this?

Lunches for the GF and i for the next week(ish)



Barbacoa burrito bowls with black beans and quinoa

830 calls 20/40/40 F/C/P ratio
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Is there any conclusive word on what the best form/type of cardio is for weightloss? HITT, rowing, biking, etc?
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I made a lime tart, it was delicious, baking is getting better. Only had like a quarter of it, brought it home for my parents because they're letting me use their health insurance for bloods #supportivefamily #andifyoudiditthenitsfamilybusiness

Will let rhet know if I still have kidney and liver function, my red blood cell count, cholesterol and what my thyroid is doing. It's probably not doing anything to be honest.
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