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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 Distinguished Member

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    Probably split squats and other unilateral work..
     


  2. Nouveau Pauvre

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    haha Im sure you meant poser. I find early Burzum and later Darkthrone are both good for lifting. AS far as old school black metal goes I like Gorgoroth for workouts too.

    Today for my workout I was blasting Shrinebuilder and Candlemass actually. \m/
     


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    I love Tyr, especially their Danish songs. Ensiferum is pretty ace too. Nothing makes lifting heavy weights easier than feeling like a viking.
     


  5. Nouveau Pauvre

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    If you want a folk/viking aesthetic but dont want it so over-the-top I recommend:

    I love Agalloch who can skew a little folk/viking at time ( and the singer was wearing a hawkwind tee when i saw em live)

    I think Urfaust does a tribal/chanting thing really well

    And Ulver's melodic stuff for when I really want a medieval vibe.
     


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    The one thing I really liked about Zyzz was that he was open about his steroid use.

    Unlike his jackass brother.
     


  7. Coldsnap

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    these sprinters are jacked.. almost as big as olympic lifters
     


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    I wanted Yohan to win because he's a manlet and manlets should be happy too.
     


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    I was in the crowd for this one - about ten rows back - and it looked insanely easy for him. The way he just walked up to the bar and cleaned it without taking any time to set himself was pretty awe-inspiring. The Kazakhs in the crowd went absolutely mental
     


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    I am thrilled with my bench press progress. I was on the verge of giving up 2 months ago and sticking with where I was.



    Has anybody invcorporated jumping and springing in their weight lifting? I was reading something interesting and I might start doing a couple of jumping, leaping and medicine ball throwing exercises in my lifting day, there seems to be some research that indicates that it can be helpful to mix them
     


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    Been stuck at a 415 pull now for 3 months despite gaining a shitload of weight. I've come to the conclusion that I'm grip limited.

    I think it's time to finally just get over my convictions and buy some chalk/straps and a belt. :(
     


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    If anyone can help me out I would really appreciate it.

    I want my 16.5" calves to be solid muscle, but I do not want a dramatic increase in size (no more than 1") what should I do?

    I have started running again and I am easing my way back to the gym.
     
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    my wishlist from ironwoody is going to cost 300bux. :(


    plate pinches and static holds are great, try 2x30sec for each. also, pulling with straps after having grip issues is like heaven.
     


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    i want p90x yoga because i've heard good things.

    The DVD is $50 on ebay though. And demonoid is down :fu:
     
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    Angerfist is the closest thing to metal I will listen to. RAISE YOUR FIST!
     


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