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Originally Posted by Szeph el raton View Post

So in contrary to p0rn, you want to watch that clip from the beginning and not directly skip to the middle and the end drool.gif

Yes if you waited until the last scene to blow your load you were SEVERELY disappointed
post #55397 of 57263
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Originally Posted by MGoCrimson View Post
 

I can do this. Then again I have been doing yoga 3 days a week for 3ish years too.


I need to start doing yoga...

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Im going to ask my wife if I can get 2 more wives for Xmas.
post #55399 of 57263
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post
 


I need to start doing yoga...

FWIW I could probably do it pre-yoga too

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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post

Im going to ask my wife if I can get 2 more wives for Xmas.

have you ever asked your bitch for other bitches?
post #55401 of 57263
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Originally Posted by SirGrotius View Post

I find foam rolling (I use a spiky hard roller) painful, especially on my quads. I do get a greater sense of limberness and maybe even ROM, although it is a pain to do it every day, and I didn't get that result until doing it consistently for a couple weeks. There are a lot of proponents of foam rolling on the net, although you will find a subset of skeptical scientists who point out some of the holes in the theory.

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Originally Posted by milosh View Post

Well they are practitioners, not researchers so if the apparent prevailing scientific opinion is that it's good, they're going to advocate for it. It doesn't mean that there's no room for dissent. I does work for me tho.


Generally in healthcare if you want something to be accepted you have to first prove that it works, then that it works well enough to be worth our time etc.

For whatever reason pseudo-physios have been the exception for hundreds of years now so when they tell us to stretch our quadrifuckerottamus while holding a dildo in our earlobe we do it because if we don't our right toe-nail might fall off.

So rather than asking for "dissenters', let's see the actual scientific proof that any of this quackery does anything.
post #55402 of 57263
IIRC even something like static stretching doesn't have that much scientific research behind it. Or perhaps the question was stretching and recovery.

Cannot be arsed to waste even one unpaid minute to read through non-economics journals, since I plow through so many papers on a daily basis.

My friend, who worked for a good few decades as a professional coach in volleyball both here and abroad gave me the following advice:

if something feels good for you and you think you get some benefit from it, then do it.
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Originally Posted by Lagrangian View Post


My friend, who worked for a good few decades as a professional coach in volleyball both here and abroad gave me the following advice:

if something feels good for you and you think you get some benefit from it, then do it.
This is why I do yoga. It settles my mind, my class has some really good people, and I have gained flexibility that I haven't had since I was a kid. I can't make myself stretch before or after a workout because I hate stretching on its own, so the stretching that's part of yoga will have to do for me.
post #55404 of 57263
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Originally Posted by JayJay View Post

This is why I do yoga. It settles my mind, my class has some really good people, and I have gained flexibility that I haven't had since I was a kid. I can't make myself stretch before or after a workout because I hate stretching on its own, so the stretching that's part of yoga will have to do for me.

That's a very sound reason to do yoga for someone such as me, who can't be bothered to "waste" time on stretching, although yoga seems to be a better use of time. I may be too a-type for it, though, reading through my last sentence.
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Yes if you waited until the last scene to blow your load you were SEVERELY disappointed

FWIW, sometimes i get to the end, and then go back to the middle.

post #55406 of 57263
Got some ECA on the way. Thinking about changing my daily routine so instead of eating breakfast first thing in the AM then lifting before my 8-4 job, I would fast all day/dose ECA, snack at 3, lift at 4, eat between 5-11. Id have an hour lunch at 12 where id be twiddling my thumbs, but other than that it seems like the best way to get a good fast in. Anyone else try fasting through the day?
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

have you ever asked your bitch for other bitches?

I am thinking she will understand when she sees that split good morning video. Dem thighs tho
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Got some ECA on the way. Thinking about changing my daily routine so instead of eating breakfast first thing in the AM then lifting before my 8-4 job, I would fast all day/dose ECA, snack at 3, lift at 4, eat between 5-11. Id have an hour lunch at 12 where id be twiddling my thumbs, but other than that it seems like the best way to get a good fast in. Anyone else try fasting through the day?

 

When I did IF a couple years back I'd sometimes fast until around 15, and then eat to 22-ish.

It def "works" for dieting, and I think it did make me look leaner than when I ate breakfast, but thats prob just because I was depleted.

Its not supposed to be very effective for muscle gains though. Basically it will be much harder for you to reach a net positive protein balance (what enables muscle growth) over the whole day, since protein breakdown will of course be larger when you don't eat for so many hours. You can however reach a better prtein balance if you take protein pulses during the fast. Shakes of 10 grams EAA's separated by 2-4 hours is commonly used.

post #55409 of 57263
Haha, I remember your ridiculous leanness IF days. I don't mind muscle gain being at a disadvantage. I've managed to maintain or even make slight gains while cutting for the last month, but with Mexico being 5 weeks away I'd rather do as much as possible to get lean now and then worry about gains after.
post #55410 of 57263
Guys, I got rid of my fixed bench press and am looking for rec's on a quality utility bench, preferably fid. Easily available in the UK
TIA
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