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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

Is there any conclusive word on what the best form/type of cardio is for weightloss? HITT, rowing, biking, etc?

I would do whatever you can bare doing well and consistently. I was doing HIIT on a bike or a rowing machine for a while, but it made me feel shit so I only did it once in a while. Now I walk on a treadmill at 4-6km an hour on a 15 degree incline watching jamie olives 15 minute meals or dives, dinners and drive throughs depending on what time it is and I can do that all day long. It's probably shit cardio, but I get it done.
post #47387 of 57265
In for chipotle chicken recipe. Already make a damn delicious cilantro lime rice but couldn't figure out the chicken.
post #47388 of 57265
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Is there any conclusive word on what the best form/type of cardio is for weightloss? HITT, rowing, biking, etc?
Bike through Central Park dude, its worth it for buttock views alone
post #47389 of 57265
the best cardio is the cardio you have fun doing.

i started trail running and it's fucking fun as hell. Between that + soccer and lifting twice a week, i'm really enjoying the variety.
post #47390 of 57265
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

Is there any conclusive word on what the best form/type of cardio is for weightloss? HITT, rowing, biking, etc?

Basically from what I've read HIIT and LISS like walking are the best options for losing weight with best retention of muscle.
post #47391 of 57265
My fucking HBS essay is stressing me the fuck out. These next four days are gonna suck ass
post #47392 of 57265
Fuji - if I have a skillet/pan that is safe for stove and oven, is it safe to assume the glass lid that came with it can also go in the oven?
Making meatballs in there now so it's kinda too late anyway, but for future ref.

Edit - it didn't blow up or crack so I guess it's safe.
PS. Finishing 99/1 lean turkey meatballs in the oven with a 1/2 cup of vegetable broth might be one of the best ideas I've had. Juicy.
Edited by OccultaVexillum - 9/4/14 at 6:40pm
post #47393 of 57265
I pulled a 5RM deadlift today. Last rep was a grinder. Got a few weird looks from the curl bros. I swear that most of the guys in globogyms have no idea what it's like to grind out a rep because the spotters always step in any time the bar slows down (and that attitude translates to lifts with no spotter).
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

I pulled a 5RM deadlift today. Last rep was a grinder. Got a few weird looks from the curl bros. I swear that most of the guys in globogyms have no idea what it's like to grind out a rep because the spotters always step in any time the bar slows down (and that attitude translates to lifts with no spotter).

Yea, I'd die standing if I ever saw anyone grind out a hard rep in my gym. Bunch of ladies.
post #47395 of 57265
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

I pulled a 5RM deadlift today. Last rep was a grinder. Got a few weird looks from the curl bros. I swear that most of the guys in globogyms have no idea what it's like to grind out a rep because the spotters always step in any time the bar slows down (and that attitude translates to lifts with no spotter).


The grinders are the best part of lifting given you have proper forms so you don't get injured. 

post #47396 of 57265
I try not to ever grind reps. Would rather rack the weight and be able to get more volume in. Being able to do lifts very frequently at high volume is where its at.

Back in cambridge for a while so I went cookware shopping and now i'm making this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1Tn92nXGSw&list=UUFjd060Z3nTHv0UyO8M43mQ

woooo pull ups and baking. I want to start a blog called deca and desserts or tren and treats. Prob be tren and treats because no thank you deca.
Edited by fuji - 9/5/14 at 4:16am
post #47397 of 57265
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

Fuji - if I have a skillet/pan that is safe for stove and oven, is it safe to assume the glass lid that came with it can also go in the oven?
Making meatballs in there now so it's kinda too late anyway, but for future ref.

Edit - it didn't blow up or crack so I guess it's safe.
PS. Finishing 99/1 lean turkey meatballs in the oven with a 1/2 cup of vegetable broth might be one of the best ideas I've had. Juicy.

 

glass is oven safe, yes.

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fuk ye
post #47399 of 57265
mweh, where's the chocolate?
post #47400 of 57265
Not really into chocolate in baked goods. I like fruit, egg yolk and cream.
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