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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

Yeah and shred your arteries.
I was not aware this was an issue . Ill have to look into it as Ive eaten basically a paleo all my life
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

Yeah and shred your arteries.

I'm beyond great and with single digit body fat percentage and I'm in Paleo. It's all about choosing the right food and maintaining a good workout. (Anyone on Crossfit?)
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Originally Posted by donjuan17 View Post

I'm beyond great and with single digit body fat percentage and I'm in Paleo. It's all about choosing the right food and maintaining a good workout. (Anyone on Crossfit?)
bikram 3-4 days a week
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Logitech Harmony remotes. I don't know why I'm such an idiot about these, but I've owned three of them and every one was utter unredeemable shit. fool me thrice...

PSA: don't buy Logitech Harmony remotes.
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Originally Posted by englade321 View Post

bikram 3-4 days a week
Bikram is good, and I do it on occasion, but it doesn't do much for gaining strength though it's great for flexibility. Augmented with a regular workout with weights and occasional cardio, it's really good.
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You know... not eating too much also works.

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Originally Posted by JayJay View Post

Bikram is good, and I do it on occasion, but it doesn't do much for gaining strength though it's great for flexibility. Augmented with a regular workout with weights and occasional cardio, it's really good.
You are absolutly right but being very close to 70 yo flexibility is high on my list . All my life I worked in a trade that involved commonly manhandling stuff in excess of 300 # .That is very hard on the old joints
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Originally Posted by englade321 View Post

You are absolutly right but being very close to 70 yo flexibility is high on my list . All my life I worked in a trade that involved commonly manhandling stuff in excess of 300 # .That is very hard on the old joints
Cheers to you for your wisdom! I'm in the process of gaining weight back as I had dropped considerably for boxing. I need to start incorporating a stretch workout in there too.
Side note: I've been cooking all morning and an about to enjoy the fruits of my labor. Slow cooked pig with green's salad, avocado, and home made mayo. Fresh made OJ too. (Sorry for bringing up the mood for the grouchies)
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Originally Posted by englade321 View Post

I was not aware this was an issue . Ill have to look into it as Ive eaten basically a paleo all my life
Well, a paleo diet is generally going to be relatively high in cholesterol, which I assume was Conne's point. Whether or not that's a concern folks can decide for themselves.
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Not all cholesterol is bad.
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Originally Posted by donjuan17 View Post

(Anyone on Crossfit?)

Yup
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post

Well, a paleo diet is generally going to be relatively high in cholesterol, which I assume was Conne's point. Whether or not that's a concern folks can decide for themselves.
Ok that I understand it was the " shredding" comment that threw me . I believe a lot of cholesterol issues are genetic . I have spent a lifetime making lifestyle choices that were healthfully unwise . I grew up in the hedonistic culture of French So. Louisiana . Never could shake that despite knowing better yet here I am approaching old age and all my numbers are still in the good/normal range . Don't recommend it but just saying
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At every Grand Slam tennis tournament and at every NCAA basketball tournament, the announcers go on and on about what a crazy year it is and how many upsets there are. And then when the higher seeded player or team wins, that's a big story too because they bucked the trend of upsets. I understand they need to find some angle to make the action seem as exciting as possible, but Jiminy Crickets.
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It would make for an interesting study to find out how many upsets are normal in given tournaments (would they still be upsets then?)

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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

At every Grand Slam tennis tournament and at every NCAA basketball tournament, the announcers go on and on about what a crazy year it is and how many upsets there are. And then when the higher seeded player or team wins, that's a big story too because they bucked the trend of upsets. I understand they need to find some angle to make the action seem as exciting as possible, but Jiminy Crickets.
Ilive in an area that has the most constant and predictable weather imaginable but I constantly hear comments about how "weird " the weather is . Guess its some need for constant uniqueness
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I've lived in various parts of the country, and everywhere the weathermen tell the same joke: "If you don't like the weather in ______, then just wait five minutes! Hehehehe!"

I've been in St. Louis about five years now. People here think their weather is so unique: "It was warm and dry yesterday, but today it's raining! Hehe, that's St. Louis for you!" In the past I have tried to explain that the weather is like that in very many places, but they insist it's especially like that in St. Louis. "Okay" I say.
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