Random health and exercise thoughts

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

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  1. knucks

    knucks Senior member

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    I haven't a clue who this girl is, she added me on facebook a few days ago. Probably a bot or some chick that thinks Facebook is like MySpace (add whoever for friends++ cuz that makes you pOpUlAr!11)

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  2. Coldsnap

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    Knucks does tnation pay writers in steroids?
     


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    Haha, ok.

    Can i skip the calf raises then? Mine are already big. Don't want them to get any bigger.
     


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    Lol first rugby practice today, spent $45 on shit to wear, feels bad man.
     


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    Fucking Hurricane Sandy. My gym will probably be closed through Wed.
     


  6. Eason

    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    Happy because I think I'll be hitting 405 DL within 2 months. Sad because of my cripple-bench, I don't even dare see how much I can still do for fear of injuring shoulder again.
     


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    I'm really not following even a bit of this whole knucks=tnation logic.

    Well, if you want to improve on the squat, doing calf raises will not help.
     


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    You look like the writer of the article.
     


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    His email is also something like [email protected] and he is wearing your brooks brother peach color collard shirt... think there is a conspiracy tbh
     


  10. Khayembii Communique

    Khayembii Communique Senior member

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    Calf raises before squatting can help keep you off your toes and improve form. :satisfied:
     


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    squatting will help your technique even more
     


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    i wish literally every supplement company in existence wouldn't charge an arm and a leg to ship to canada
     


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    EVERY GYM IN BALTIMORE IS CLOSED :fu:
     


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    Uh what?
     


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    My problem with squats is that I don't get much or any glute and hamstring activation. My hips want to rise before the chest.

    I am going to do box squats with a really wide stance and try to keep knees over ankles or just behind. Will also work on hamstring flexibility. It's really shit. If I lie down on my back, I can only go 45 degrees up with straight legs :embar:
     


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