Random health and exercise thoughts

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

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  1. TeeKay

    TeeKay Senior member

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    I've literally been having nightmares the last few weeks that involve me showing up on stage like that.
     
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    Wow. Someone needs to tell that dude that just cause he cant see his lats doesn't mean the judges cant either.
     
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    Get yourself a food scale too, and weigh your meat before you cook it!
     
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    Wanted to yell at my co-workers, especially the female who was saying "peanut butter is bad for you! acne!!" "All those hours at the gym wasted!"

    I was having a tablespoon FWIW while everyone is snacking on cookies, drinking bubble milk tea etc.

    FFS
     
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  5. I<3Bacon

    I<3Bacon Senior member

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    ^ she has a point. Should be eating a pound of chicken or beef instead.
     
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    Heeding my own advice, tonight I impulsively picked up a five-pound pack of chicken, food scale, and new food storage container. Also finally bought some new flatware just to estrogen it up a bit.
     
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    Fatman aesthetics: 6'2" 215lbs :(
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    If anyone is looking for food storage containers on the cheap, and likes to cook in bulk and freeze/fridge said large amounts of food, these are what I use:

    http://www.glad.com/food-storage/containers/deep-dish/

    and they work great in my fridge. i can stack 4 (2 deep, 2 across) on a shelf perfectly. each one holds about 5 days or so of food.
     
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  11. Coldsnap

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    Do those leak? I threw out a glass container out of my office windows 3 stories up because it leaked on my filson. was so pissed

    and ya plastic no bueno, will give you cancer in the dick
     
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    Those plastic ones are a lot more economical, but they almost feel too disposable. Like, they're perfect if you lend out your tupperware, since who cares if you don't get it back, but for not a ton more, I don't mind going for the hard plastic ones or even the occasional glass one.

    I know I've seen some that tout how it's basically impossible for it to leak, but I can't for the life of me recall the brand. They'd be a must-have if I ever had to actually transport my meals. I'm too much of a spaz not to worry about a vat of soup rushing out of a container in my bag.

    I know it's just a food scale, but I'm already loving this thing. Seems accurate and the design is sleek and understated. Good stuff all around.
     
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    I have an extra food scale. Since I'm such a nice guy I'll give it to someone for free if you pay shipping. It's still new in box, bought it as a backup just in case mine broke but I hate storing shit. Only caveat is you gotta be on the way to getting jacked, no weighing shit so you can maintain 140lbs or w/e
     
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    After I read up on macros I'll see if the peanut butter was a good idea to snack on or some jerky would have been better.
     
  15. Coldsnap

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    Depends on what your macros are. I eat a shit ton of peanut butter during the day, go thorugh a big ass jar a week.
     

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