Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Eason, Dec 20, 2009.
Ladders? This intrigues me. Explain.
Google, have you heard of it?
Going with my roommate tomorrow and we're going to bust out our 1RM on Dead, Squat, and Bench. I'm shooting to get into the 1000 club. Probably not too impressive to most of you, but I'll be satisfied with it.
I have realised mixing greek yoghurt with lemon juice makes it much tastier. Usually it's pretty disgusting by itself. Don't know why erryone here likes it so much, it's got shit macros.
Decent non-meat source of protein; good vessel for working in fruit (or a bit of protein powder) into your daily diet; aids digestion because it's got probiotics.
So long as you're not buying the shit filled with sugar and you're adding in some fruit or something, greek yogurt's great.
My greek yoghurt has these macros
3.3g of protein
9.4g of fat
Seems really low in protein.
You guys thinking of cottage cheese?
Im scared of cottage cheese, never had it, but it looks disgusting. On the subject of food im cooking half a pound of chuck shoulder. Dat der $2 a lb steak. Would rather eat this then dairy products.
Yeah, that is low. I buy the individual 150g containers of the stuff (Oikos brand) and it's got 15g of protein, 6g of carbs, no fat and 80 calories.
I've tried cottage cheese numerous times over the years and the texture is just too weird for me to enjoy. Great for shakes in the blender, though, since they add thickness.
May give that a try instead of what im eating, with macros like that I can see what people eat it.
That steak was delicious, let it sit in olive oil for a little while with some garlic, onions, hot peppers and oraganno and had it with a bit of horse radish, fuuuuuack.
All greek yogurt is not the same, not even close.
I haz a fat
you dont need to do cardio to lose fat.
11x260 bench PR yesterday.
then hit 5x10x95 mil press, real easy, nice pump
then db rows
then grip went to shit so 6x115,4x115,4x100
some other shoulder rehab shit afterwards
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