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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    Then don't post here.
     
  2. Coldsnap

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    You don't overhead press fuji?
     
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    I do once in a while, occasionally I get in the mood to do it, it's just not really a priority. Its always been fairly high, only a few kg below my bench and I feel like I get enough front delt work from other presses.



    lol no
     
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    this sound

    is it the faintest rustling of the jimmies i hear
     
  5. Coldsnap

    Coldsnap Senior member

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    True, my OVP is more than my bench now.. in the process of fixing that.
     
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    OVP is a serious problem for me, its always been about 50% of my bench, part of it I think is my body geometry and my spidermonkey arms.
     
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    jarude Senior member

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    monkey arms krew
     
  8. Coldsnap

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    When I took my Sqaut/Dead/Bench/Press maxes after Olympic Lifting (transferring over to powerlifitng) my press was the only thing that was in the advance category on NSCA.
     
  9. Coldsnap

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    Fuji we should have a small off to see who was the skinniest prior to lifting.
     
  10. fuji

    fuji Senior member

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    No way you could win that, I was 112lb at 6'2" before I started lifting, could not do a push up, could get a hand around my biceps flexed and both hands around my quads.
     
  11. Coldsnap

    Coldsnap Senior member

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    wow you win

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    no, its just gellatin and other nasty shit with a high price.
     
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    Coldsnap Senior member

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    Cool, went with whey anyways. Got some vanilla to put in my coffee :D
     
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    Supplementscanada.com is doing 12% off and free shipping right now.
     
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    i'm not going to start dickwaving over whey quality and stuff but those prices are pretty terrible - $140-150 for 10lbs of ON whey is $10 more than what you'd pay at GNC and ON whey doesn't really stack up that well vs. house brands offered by decent online retailers.

    shipping is a pain but to be honest even if you end up eating the shipping/customs charges, you usually end up paying the same amount with the only difference being you're getting a quality product from truenutrition/musclefeast/whoever.
     

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