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Random health and exercise thoughts

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

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  1. Nikolo

    Nikolo Senior member

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    Women are fucking nuts
     
  2. fuji

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    Nah I meant her aesthetics not dublins, i'm sure dublin is quite shit. She doesn't have fb, but I will try get her to email me a pic or something. She had that gaelic accent, was aesthetic to my ears. Had a weird as fuck name, which I thought was eastern European, but was apparently just anne in gaelic.
     
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    That morning dehydration cut hnnnnngg
     
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    Women hate it when their friends get attention from aesthetic brahs and they feel ignored. Therefor, they take it out on anyone and everyone involved. I guarantee that bitch is talking to that cute girl about how you're nothing but trouble and a true asshole. Jokes on her...that'll only make her crave your Hulk Aesthetics even more.

    Bitches, man. Bitches.
     
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    Axelman 17 Senior member

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    I am not 100% sure what you are describing but when I lunge, I feel it at the very bottom when the top of my hip compacts into my waist/stomach. Sounds like a different issue.
     
  6. jarude

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    funny that we were talking about making rhet shirts since i came across these on my local kijiji:

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    weightlifting is my religion... and the gym is my church

    :rotflmao:
     
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  7. Kuki

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    IMO all gym shirts should have raglan sleeves.
     
  8. TeeKay

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    lol'd hard at the thought of wearing sleeves to the gym.
     
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    +1 how am I meant to see my lats flex on rows with sleeves? On squats and deads I like to wear realy heavy cotton shirts though. Find it keeps the bar from moving on my back as much and from sliding around on the bench.

    Don't worry graphic, I won't cock block you in London <3




    this is insane, 132lb girl benching 302lb raw.
     
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  10. mrchariybrown

    mrchariybrown Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Yup, Jennifer Thompson making a lot of dudes look bad :)
     
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    lol

    tfw ppl wear ridiculous "gym shirts" with stupid fucking shit written on them

    thank goodness at current location none of that

    once saw a dude wear an eleiko t shirt but he's been to the olympics so its cool
     
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  12. jarude

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    i agree with this


    i've noticed a strong correlation between people who wear "gym shirts" and terrible performance/bro-routines. oly gym must be a bastion of sanity
     
  13. stinger70

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    Both my gym shirts are, seems to look better for some reason.

    Also i wear a reflex nutrition nike hoodie quite often, it was actually cheaper than the plain nike ones. Everyone at my new gym wears hoodies and t-shirts with the gym logo and name on, might get one if they are cheap enough.
     
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    I need some raglan sleeve shirts for the gym.. where to purchase? I wear long sleeves in the gym all the time, gets cold up here and gym has no AC or Heat.

    Raglan shirts fit me a lot better, I have a big ass chest compared to my shoulders
     
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  15. GraphicNovelty

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    I wear comic book/band shirts to the gym. Showing off my green lantern gainsss
     
  16. Coldsnap

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    I just need new shirts, wearing shirts that fit me when I was 170lbs...
     
  17. indesertum

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    rhet wifebeaters instead?

    anybody familiar with graphic design

    lol
     
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    TJKGT, were you in the Army or did you get a scholarship from them?
     
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    Scholarship
     

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