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Originally Posted by accordion View Post

so like, is the china study and all that stuff about animal protein and cancer bogus? And is saturated fat fine, as long as you eat the better fats also? And is limiting sodium intake also unnecessary if you dont have any blood pressure problems?

It's not bogus. I have no idea why all these people are claiming "the science is changing" or whatever. The number of nutritionists/epidemiologists/heart disease/cancer researchers who support a diet high in red meat and saturated fat is probably quite equivalent to the number of climate scientists who don't believe that humans are partially responsible for global warming.

The evidence is pretty compelling that a diet high in animal protein, saturated fats, and in particular red meat is a risk factor for cancer, as well as heart disease. High sodium intake is a pretty big risk factor for heart disease.
post #55262 of 57313
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Originally Posted by skeen7908 View Post

Why lift when it's all about clothes?

A miserable fat fuck in a $5 grand Tom Ford suit is still a miserable fat fuck.  So what's your excuse?

Lol

but that doesn't even make sense though
post #55263 of 57313
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

It's not bogus. I have no idea why all these people are claiming "the science is changing" or whatever. The number of nutritionists/epidemiologists/heart disease/cancer researchers who support a diet high in red meat and saturated fat is probably quite equivalent to the number of climate scientists who don't believe that humans are partially responsible for global warming.

The evidence is pretty compelling that a diet high in animal protein, saturated fats, and in particular red meat is a risk factor for cancer, as well as heart disease. High sodium intake is a pretty big risk factor for heart disease.

so then a lifting diet is basically unhealthy?
post #55264 of 57313
nah just eat fish

like the rock and kai greene

just watch out for the mercury poisoning


or you can eat chicken
post #55265 of 57313
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Seriously though, don't eat fish. Please think of the planet.

Somebody, please think of the planet.
post #55266 of 57313
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Originally Posted by skeen7908 View Post

nah just eat fish

like the rock

and the motherfucker eats cod of all things (fish). I mean you've got money and you're eating that shit?!? Well anyway…

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Originally Posted by Eason View Post

Seriously though, don't eat fish. Please think of the planet.

Somebody, please think of the planet.


But I'm already so busy thinking about the children. confused.gif
post #55267 of 57313
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Originally Posted by Kid Nickels View Post

and the motherfucker eats cod of all things (fish). I mean you've got money and you're eating that shit?!? Well anyway…
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Not sure what the cod is like where you live, but blue cod down here is the nicest fish ever. so soft and delicate. delicious.
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Lol

but that doesn't even make sense though

 

You get the dunce cap for today.  Go sit in the corner and think about it, dummy.

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That study just says that it increases the risk but not by how much. The risk increase is pretty small but theres a statistical difference...

post #55270 of 57313

PL meet coming up on 14th nov.

 

Today I worked up 98.5% of my previous squat PR from the meet in may (330). Its the third squat from the side in the video below.

Hoping to hit 350 squat, 265 bench, 440 deadlift, which would be PRs between 10-25 lbs in each lift. BW is at 198 atm (205 weight class).

 

 

Knee and low back has been giving me some problems, but now I'm just hoping to hold together until the meet. Next cycle will start light with lots of hypertrophy work. Will try to heal up and then slowly move up a weight class.

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Nice form. Good luck with the meet
post #55272 of 57313
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

That study just says that it increases the risk but not by how much. The risk increase is pretty small but theres a statistical difference...

I hear things like 5% of vegetarians get colon cancer and 6% of meat eaters and people say theres not much difference, but i think that's not a good way to look at it. A small increase in risk for a specific type of cancer from a specific type of food is not trivial, given the millions of other ways there are to die.

I mean mot wearing a seatbelt might only increase you actual chance of dying in a car crash a couple of percent because you might not ever be in a car crash. It still greatly increases your risk though.
post #55273 of 57313
@conceptionist looking pretty good there. How tall are you again?
What did you pull there? Looked like it went up easy
post #55274 of 57313
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Originally Posted by OzzyJones View Post

@conceptionist looking pretty good there. How tall are you again?
What did you pull there? Looked like it went up easy

6'3, so pretty much too tall for the sport unless I go up to the 265 weight class or SHW. SHW is out of the question for me personally, so I'll start by working my way to 225 and see how I feel.

The pull was around 75% at 350. Did 6 doubles. Bench was 6 doubles at 80%.
post #55275 of 57313
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

Not sure what the cod is like where you live, but blue cod down here is the nicest fish ever. so soft and delicate. delicious.

Well it's certainly not New Zealand Blue Cod which is precisely my point. nod[1].gif
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