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Originally Posted by jet View Post

I feel your pain, I gained 12 lbs and can barely fit into my pacs.

I don't even love dessert but I do love me some starchy carbs.


Stress can cause your weight to move in either direction.
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Originally Posted by gong View Post

at 190lbs at 5'9" there is little i can fit into as well

uniqlo ocbds and slim jeans forever i guess

I'm 10lbs heavier and my only problem is my back and arms. wink.gif
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I'm so excited for the new Kanye album I wanna buy some of his overpriced clothes
all the new tracks are great

edit: where is this stuff even on sale?? all sold out??
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

A delicious illusions.

I remember training and cutting weight, then that final push to make weight.  It always sucked, and I found myself daydreaming about delicious things, like a burrito dos manos with sour cream and extra avocado from Baja Fresh (I lived in LA, and Baja Fresh was everywhere), or a Tres Leches pastry, or just some pasta.   Or a bacon wrapped hotdog outside the Staples Center.  Or a triple triple, animal style, yes to the bun (In 'n' Out, for you heathens)  Or two hours of glorious dim sum.  Fried stuff.  Fried shrimp toast.  Anyway, sure you get the idea.  

Do I love the way I look right now?  No.  So I'll eat more moderately and eat more complex carbs and fewer simple ones, and keep working out and doing both a lot of resistance stuff and cardio, and drop the weight gradually.  But unless there is a serious medical issue that requires a restricted diet, in which case, sure, I'll do it, I don't intend to put my body through what I did 10-20 years ago.  

or just, y'know, walk instead of scooter/hoverboard/segway? peepwall[1].gif (personally i think this should be a law for anybody over 5 years old, in european cities at least- people can do what they want in canada etc)
Edited by robinsongreen68 - 1/30/16 at 7:05am
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Originally Posted by robinsongreen68 View Post

personally i think this should be a law for anybody over 5 years old, in european cities at least

I can't count the numbers of times some I've seen a group of helicopter children stand on an overcrowded metro station swinging those things around "doing tricks" or do an Ollie 2cm from your feet almost landing on it.
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wait, do people actually ride those things?? i thought they were just for basketball players

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Typically only spoiled kids between the age of 10 and 18. Still a lot of those...
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Originally Posted by robinsongreen68 View Post

or just, y'know, walk instead of scooter/hoverboard/segway/etc? peepwall[1].gif (personally i think this should be a law for anybody over 5 years old, in european cities at least- people can do what they want in canada etc)

I started the scooter thing when I was running marathons, in addition to MMA, and my legs were just completely shot all of the time. Even now, my cardio workouts completely burn out my legs. I'm not very good at moderation, as it turns out. Also, it's a lot faster to get from point A to point B, and you still get decent light exercise without any real strain on the legs. I also don't drive, so I can scoot for many miles every time I go out the door. More than I would reasonably walk (like, up to 15 miles a day, 20 when in San Francisco.)

For me, it's just a matter of eating better and a bit less. It's unlikely to be anything on the exercise side of things.

That 80% diet, 20% exercise is real.
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Emily Ratajkowski and some guy wearing the Schneider pullover from frozen waves(?).
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post



Makes sense, where did you order the jacket from? (If you don't mind telling)

Now we talkin dirty

 



I haven't yet, but probably from l'Eclaireur, since that's where I tried it on. They have quite a bit of CCP.
and lol.
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Emily Ratajkowski and some guy wearing the Schneider pullover from frozen waves(?).

that's an unfortunate picture

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Looks like the one crackerjack has had for sale forever

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Originally Posted by flowcharts View Post
 

that's an unfortunate picture

I know that this makes me a philistine, but I think that the way he just wears the thing, I assume because he likes it, and makes it look pretty good as a just a random dad sweater, rather than as part of an outfit, is really refreshing.  Or maybe I just saw too many "put together" outfits last week.  Made me long for the "don't even care" style of my spiritually adopted city (LA).

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The sweater looks great, but the undone "functioning fly buttons" look is a little too sprezz for my tastes.

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nvm
Edited by robinsongreen68 - 1/30/16 at 10:17am
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