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post #53191 of 57266
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Originally Posted by TeeKay View Post

Here's a good opportunity to post a new progress pic from today:
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Lol yeah gn you have no chance of winning.
post #53192 of 57266
So I just ate generally healthy, had some sashimi, had beef & broccoli with rice as an entree, a bunch of edamame, only one or two pieces of some rolls, a small portion of fried calamari and half a small egg roll. Gonna book 1000 cals for it. Hoping this doesn't fuck up tomorrow's weigh in.
post #53193 of 57266
I just had nachos and a giant bowl of chocolate chex.
post #53194 of 57266
I was gonna end my cut here but i guess you mofos are gonna push me to 8%.
post #53195 of 57266
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

Wonder where that puts the MCAT.

The MCAT is legitimately difficult as it tests a pretty comprehensive set of actual, scientific knowledge. It is probably the "fairest" of the tests, but just by it's subject matter is difficult.
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post

The GMAT at the 700+ level doesn't really test you on grammar or math, it basically at that level is testing you on how well you can take the GMAT. There are absurd tricks and rules that the GMAT has that you need to remember and apply if you want to get a solid score. A lot of the higher level reasoning questions, for example, have a choice that sounds correct but based on the laws of the GMAT another one is the better choice. It's absurd. So you have to study your ass off to remember all these things, take the test, then forget them all.

+ 1,000. Yes, exactly right (and I am in that "tax bracket" so to speak so at least I have some legitimate perspective FWIW)


As for something RHET relevant I drastically reduced eating carbs all day a ways back and now load more in the morning consuming more proteins and vegetables throughout the day. Again, I'm not as knowledge and/or obsessive about tracking everything like most of you guys, but I can certainly say that at least for me it did make a difference.
post #53196 of 57266
Yeah MCAT is decently hard and requires at least a few weeks of dedicated study to do well, as well as a decent science background. Though you certainly need to be focused immediately before the test, it's relatively hard to "cram" for and if you didn't bother learning the material in your pre-req classes it's pretty hard to make up those knowledge gaps in a quick enough period of time.
post #53197 of 57266
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Originally Posted by TeeKay View Post

Yeah MCAT is decently hard and requires at least a few weeks of dedicated study to do well, as well as a decent science background. Though you certainly need to be focused immediately before the test, it's relatively hard to "cram" for and if you didn't bother learning the material in your pre-req classes it's pretty hard to make up those knowledge gaps in a quick enough period of time.

 

Haha, i know. I was just wondering how it compares to the others.

post #53198 of 57266
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Gonna try to cycle calories. 2400 on workout days, 1800 on off days. I hate when girls ask to eat dinner with me, then complain about the food. I'm not eating your fucking street noodles ok.
post #53199 of 57266
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

Haha, i know. I was just wondering how it compares to the others.

Not sure, since I never took the others...but I thought the MCAT was fair and pretty straightforward. But they apparently are(or maybe already did?) changing the format and grading system so who knows what its gonna be like.
post #53200 of 57266
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Originally Posted by TeeKay View Post

Not sure, since I never took the others...but I thought the MCAT was fair and pretty straightforward. But they apparently are(or maybe already did?) changing the format and grading system so who knows what its gonna be like.

Yeah I took it twice.

The new format is weird and longer and they've changed the scoring up which is silly.

I haven't taken the others either was just curious if there was a hierarchy of sorts.
post #53201 of 57266
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Originally Posted by TeeKay View Post

Here's a good opportunity to post a new progress pic from today:
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ycWgnn0.jpg
Mirin hard! So 01.06. will be TeeKay vs Fuji, Tesseract vs GN... and us rest at least remotely trying to look like we lift.
That's motivating though. I plan on winning in 2019 then biggrin.gif

I've started to super slowly reverse diet. 50kcal more is quite a few peanuts haha.

Yesterday I woke up 5am and until I arrived at the gym at 9pm I've probably reached 1000mg caffeine through the whole day. 0 power, I was just grinding out all the exercises. So the question is: better stay home and relax when you're so used up or still go and lift to get some minor effects?
post #53202 of 57266
I'm not going to be cut by then. Going to a festival in croatia august 26th or something so I don't want to try stay learn for 3 months essentially.
post #53203 of 57266
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Originally Posted by Szeph el raton View Post

Mirin hard! So 01.06. will be TeeKay vs Fuji, Tesseract vs GN... and us rest at least remotely trying to look like we lift.
That's motivating though. I plan on winning in 2019 then biggrin.gif

I've started to super slowly reverse diet. 50kcal more is quite a few peanuts haha.

Yesterday I woke up 5am and until I arrived at the gym at 9pm I've probably reached 1000mg caffeine through the whole day. 0 power, I was just grinding out all the exercises. So the question is: better stay home and relax when you're so used up or still go and lift to get some minor effects?

There are some less frequent posters who can definitely win. Isn't virus fucking huge?

Also to answer your question, i would do something light if I felt I needed to workout but felt drained, a few tire flips perhaps.
Edited by tesseract - 4/28/15 at 4:48am
post #53204 of 57266
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Originally Posted by Szeph el raton View Post

Yesterday I woke up 5am and until I arrived at the gym at 9pm I've probably reached 1000mg caffeine through the whole day. 0 power, I was just grinding out all the exercises. So the question is: better stay home and relax when you're so used up or still go and lift to get some minor effects?

Ur body talks, listen to it.

TeeKay just shut down the studio
post #53205 of 57266
Anyone mess with vertical leg press? Wifey does not like squatting and I am feeling like she doesnt need to. When we were in NYC she just used the hack squat machine and had sick legs. We dont have space for a hack squat machine tho
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