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Random health and exercise thoughts

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Eason, Dec 20, 2009.

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  1. knucks

    knucks Well-Known Member

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    charly, sagging for days.
     
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    HA! in what waist size? 501s are fairly slim
     
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    34, I'm a 32/33...
     
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    Best pig part if the ham huck. 10/10 heavenly blessed beauty part of the pig.
     
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    it's actually called a "ham hock"...
     
  7. Coldsnap

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    My pair of petit standards are driving me crazy now that I've gained more muscle. It's hard to walk on an incline.
     
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    I could never even dream of fitting into ps, even sized up.
     
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    Yeah, it's how I felt in my 34 momo's 0201. SOld those few days ago thjough
     
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    Shit's aggrivating. I've learned to keep a few pairs of denim in my closet because my weight fluctuation. Like right now sized up NS are my go to pants but if I loose some bodyfat its back to w+h or my ps.

    There's a dude on this forum who said he has a state deadlift record at 190lbs bodyweight and wears 1 size up in PS that I have.
     
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    1) Fuji, I think i actually laughed out loud three times in the last 60 posts because of you
    2) I have to say that if you're doing multiple workouts per day, nutrient timing becomes important. When we did 3x/day training, if you didnt take in some food right away after morning training, you were going to have a bad time. I'll agree that otherwise, just do whatever works best.
     
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    So..what? You don't really need big quads to deadlift "a lot" and records wary depending on age and state..
     
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    TBF I would probably have the state record if I lived in Rhode Island.
     
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    I'm so bored / lazy today. Was going to try and do some HIIT with some hills but just sat around the house. I've been prank calling my girlfriend at work to pass the time.
     
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    ive been slacking on my stretching/mobility. actually am not doing any worse than when i was doing this daily LOL.
    need to start doing it more often..lifting more and stretching less..not good.

    have a new problem: nerve issues in my left hand. tingling/numbing in my left pointer and thumb. will get to a doc if it doesnt subside in a week or two
     
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    i stretch every day after every work out and every time i feel like i start at the same place
     
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    alright... tracking my macros through myfitnesspal now. come at me cynical bros
     
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    Eugh pretty sure I bruised my lowest rib on the left side, same one I fractured last year. Either that or the organ next to it is hurting, but I'm pretty sure its the rib.
     
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    I used to, back when I was just doing bench, dead and squat. Nowadays lifting fasted would probably kill me. In fact, the one time I did go lift while having very little breakfast and no lunch I was completely totaled by just my warmup c&j's - couldn't even think about moving onto heavier singles.. shit was totally not cash. I was fucking ashamed, having wasted both my coaches and my time like that. Should've just eaten something beforehand, even if I was super busy.


    If you're training 2-3 times a day, you're going to have to eat A LOT. The best way of doing that and avoid throwing up while training is probably to eat more frequently.


    carpal/cubital tunnel maybe? OL places a lot of stress on the wrists and elbows, especially snatching is quite taxing.. it'll get better as time passes, if it's just initial discomfort. You could maybe use wrist wraps but even they might just be a placebo.
     
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    lol just found an old picture of me at 148 lbs shirtless
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