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Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Eason, Dec 20, 2009.
Sounds good. My routine is nothing hardcore. It's mostly a combination of push-ups, pull-ups, running, etc. I still give a 100% but unfortunately, I'm much more beat after I'm done.
yeah not a fan of the fabric and the exposed rivets
i was kinda 50/50 on them, also wanted something like a jean to get them fades :/
true true. A black canvas pant can look really nice with just a shirt and jeans.
but im looking at them again in indigo and it's tempting.
with jeans too? layer that shit?
haahaa next level shit. I really don't like all the well dressed gentleman with function clothes on a fixed gear motif on outlier. I dont want to associate myself with those people.
bought charly drop crotch pants. my balls so big they need more rise.
dem sweet chariots be swinging low
While I appreciate the effort put into it, I don't really like charly's treatise on the athletic silhouette due to the central conceit that dressing should be about not bringing attention to your thighs/ hips and butt. A slightly slouchy high(er)-rise pant is one thing, but drop crotch is another. Also, I don't see why you need to wear a looser-fit shirt. Show off dat slim waist.
But can I wear these with dropped trousers?
Anyone have any experience taking pain killers for in injury? I sorta want to try and get a perc for a pain killer just to make my day to day comfort level better while trying to work out this injury.
In my experience, pain killers will BLOCK your ability to assess your recovery progress.
I have not used anything more than ibuprofen and that was when I couldn't move when I hurt my back. Otherwise, if something is sore and I "know" it's getting better, I pop some iburprofen to get through a workout..
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