Random health and exercise thoughts

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

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  1. mrchariybrown

    mrchariybrown Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Whatever's fairly cheap but nice to cook on a pan. Usually shoulder clot/flat-iron/whatever other names there is for that cut of beef.
     
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    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    ugh... haven't lifted in 2 weeks, thought my hip flexor pain would go away. Stretching it just makes it hurt more. :fu:
     
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    ??? if you are in a big surplus you will gain muscle and fat, pretty much no two ways about it.
     
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    I wonder if its just cheaper to buy beef in your part of the country.

    So you just throw it in the pan for 10 min?
     
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    In comparison to what? A ribeye? Sure. Chicken? Not even close.
     
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    No, but its a protein, and that's what I was talking about.
     
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    1. It's just EC, ditch the aspirin. It won't do you any good
    2. you obviously know fuck all about gear so please refrain from taking anything else than a multivitamin. Ever.






    injecting yourself? clen? and here I thought you were a smart dude
     
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    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    lol fuji still has moments of moronics

    fuj you'd better be an absolute beast by the time you get here or I will make fun of you mercilessly. :D
     
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    Serious question: did you just give them the powder and the mixed it in for you?


    I saw you mention Costco in another post, just buy the big bag of pistachios from them. 6g of protein in 1/4 of nuts.


    Sirloin - not that cheap. Skirt steak requires proper cooking or will be tough as shit.


    Try round steak. You will need to braise it and it will take an hour or so to cook. Look up recipes for Swiss Steak. Also, what about brisket? Could also look into braising beef ribs.

    After reading what I just wrote, I guess you could summarize it by saying: buy the cuts that require long cooking times.
     
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    Not sure I can come anymore, I might still be, but it's not definite. Lol I still probably look smaller then you and im sure my upper body is weaker, just got a decent squat and deadlift. I thought at 205lb I'd look bigger then I do. Will have the aesthetics when im 180lb and 8%bf.

    lul didn't realise clen was a tablet, don't know anything about gear really. I guess I shouldn't trust my dumb as fuck friend who dropped out of school to tell me what to put in my body.



    Rambo you should try an eye round, it's not a steak it's a roast, but it's delicious. like 3ish$ for a lb I think. It's pretty lean too. I usually just roast it, slice it really thin, put it in the refrigerator for the day and then eat it cold with olive oil and pepper.That or pork shoulder for $1.10.
     
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    Welcome to the wonderful world of a possible "Sports Hernia", if it still bothers you or remains at the same pain level I'd go see someone about it. Same thing happened to me back in November and I just finished 6wks of PT, I'm just glad I didn't need to get surgery...
     
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    It may be something else if stretching isn't helping, or you've got a trigger point that keeps on tightening the flexor or something else is weak around the are. You need to examine the entire system.

    Clen is a tablet, but you can get it in liquid form from research suppliers for your rats.

    Speaking of diet, mine has been super clean.

    Lifting days:

    1. 40-50g protein, 15g carbs, 30g fats
    2. 40-50g protein, 15g carbs, 30g fats
    3. 40-50g protein, 50g carbs, 30g fats

    During training/right after shake:
    4. 40g protein, 120g carbs

    5. 40g protein, 100g carbs, 10g

    Non-lifting:

    4 meals 40-50g protein, 30g fats
    1 meal 40-50g protein



    Basically consists of: whey, turkey burgers, ground turkey, eggs, almonds, olive oil, chicken, pasta, dried cranberries, apples, lemonade mix, sweet potatoes, green beans

    that's it. very simple to do grocery shopping
     

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