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post #50206 of 57265
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Ditmas park is pretty far into BK (~35-45 min into downtown) but if you're not worried about a longish commute it's probably what you're looking for. I lived slightly more in (Windsor Terrace) and have friends out there and they like it (and it's super cheap)

IDGAF when we're talking about a subway commute. That's not that far at all anyways.
post #50207 of 57265
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I guess he's extremely talented at having no recognisable talent whatsoever.

 

This is a bit like hating on Stephen Colbert for having ill-formed political views, though.

post #50208 of 57265
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Originally Posted by accordion View Post
 

About to get 3 feet of snow over the next two days. I live in a small apartment complex in a rural town and it will be possible to likely the power will cut out for up to a week. Stocked up on food and candles, GL northeasterners.

 

Where are you located?

I'm also in a small ass rural town but apparently we lucked out this time and are only expecting 1-3", we usually get the heart of it. 

post #50209 of 57265

connecticut, we're fucked

post #50210 of 57265
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

This is a bit like hating on Stephen Colbert for having ill-formed political views, though.

I don't know who Stephen Colbert is and I certainly don't hate him or this riff raff guy.
post #50211 of 57265
Yeah, good luck. Same to you NYC dudes. We had 38" in 36 hours in November and were down for 2 days, and they get multiple storms like this every year around here. I hate to think how it's going to be in places less equipped for heavy snow.
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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post

It's cold out so i made chicken soup


tfw Jewish
Edited by Eason - 1/26/15 at 10:13pm
post #50213 of 57265
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

Had to pay fucking $70 for my bullshit market research one though, which isn't even interesting and won't make me quant as fuck.

lol

I feel your pain though, davidson & mackinnon + cameron & trivedi cost a lot.
post #50214 of 57265
So, is a row a row no matter how you do it?

For example, is a bent over row equivalent to a seated cable row?

The physics of the motions are obviously different, but is there a reason to do both exercises? Or, pick one and it works the muscle equivalently?

From perspective of growing muscle? Aesthetics?
post #50215 of 57265
250 x 16 squat, come at me jarude
post #50216 of 57265
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Originally Posted by msg View Post

So, is a row a row no matter how you do it?

For example, is a bent over row equivalent to a seated cable row?

The physics of the motions are obviously different, but is there a reason to do both exercises? Or, pick one and it works the muscle equivalently?

From perspective of growing muscle? Aesthetics?

It's not an isolation exercise as it involves the rhomboids, traps, lats, rear delts and biceps. So I would imagine that different angles and grips effect the degree to which certain muscles are being worked.

The old school mantra of bent over rows for mass, and seated rows/hammerstrength rows/reverse grip rows/whatever for bodybuilding style sets seems to be working for me.
post #50217 of 57265
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post

Heating pad has helped the back a lot, haven't been waking up with back aches.

New York brahs, what neighborhoods are available if I'm looking for a more suburban feel but are still a decent commute to NYU and not expensive? Brooklyn looks like it might have neighborhoods like this. Guessing the Jersey side does, too.

What about something like Ditmas Park?

Also wtf is up with Craigslist? How is this so cheap? Bad neighborhood or something? What about this?
If you don't mind a bit longer of a commute check out Rockville center. It's smack dab in the suburbs with tons of bars and restaurants and a 30 minute train ride to penn station.
post #50218 of 57265
What I don't like at my uni. Cunts wearing gucci loafers, brooks brothers over coats, carrying briefcases and doing finance work that could easily be done by hand on excel, you are not at Goldman yet.



How in the fuck do you have hair like that when your 20.
post #50219 of 57265
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Originally Posted by msg View Post

So, is a row a row no matter how you do it?

For example, is a bent over row equivalent to a seated cable row?

The physics of the motions are obviously different, but is there a reason to do both exercises? Or, pick one and it works the muscle equivalently?

From perspective of growing muscle? Aesthetics?
For me, no, bent over rows are pointless and fry my lower back before hitting anything they intend to.

Seated cable rows let me just focus on squeezing the hell out of my lower traps and the middle of my back. So it depends on your morphology too.


Getting into the routine of riding on the trainer. I like it. Will def help with my cut
post #50220 of 57265
@fuji
That Marketing Research book was used in a class I took last term. Pretty dense on info but nothing difficult, especially not if you have a good background in stats. MANOVA is about as difficult as it gets.
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