Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Eason, Dec 20, 2009.
gonna give the cube method a read today
Based on what i've read about it, it seems pretty cool. Will give it a go if I stop making dem gains.
:Last week of pediatrics...thank God. Can finally recover from all these annoying viral illnesses the kidos track into the wards.
pro tip: if you want to avoid a similar fate, don't ever marry or date an elementary school teacher or a nurse.
What do you mean by "don't work" then? I will likely move to front squats once I'm not-so-crippled, I hope that in combination with deadlifts and good mornings they can hit my lower body hard enough.
3rd year med student?
Also, trying to cut my bfat down further this is where i am at at the moment (if anyone here is good at estimating bf hit me up with an estimate)
Any good tips/alternations to lift routine/cardio when you are this level already and want to drop a 2-3 more lbs of fat?
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12-13%. Are you tracking your macros? Once you get under 10% it's all about having really dialed-in nutrition.
thanks eason, i used to be around 10 maybe under but slipped up thanks to med school. I don't really track anything. Just try to eat smallish meals with a good but not overwhelming helping of proteins and fiber rich fruits and veggies. Staying up late and stressing about tests throws an obvious wrench here!
how do you know if you are eating the right amount? should i be going to bed feeling slightly hungry?
Good luck with the hip Doug. I hope it doesn't fuck you up for as long as it did the last time this happened.
I mean they dont make your quads grow, if that is a goal of yours.
snatch doubles while hungover
coach says this was done more during his day
Yep, 3rd year.
As far as dropping fat, the sure-fire way is to measure your food.
Girlfriend is gunning for dermatology....so who knows what crazy skin bugs she'll drag into the house. But dat income...
Had the winter vomiting virus yesterday, was horrible, most ill I've ever been. Probably diseased the fuck out of some paramedics too.
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