Random health and exercise thoughts

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  1. Coldsnap

    Coldsnap Senior member

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    I have to like choke down my oatmeal in the morning
     
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    so I say again, why isn't this threak a sticky and a hair thread (with quite a big affliction of the ghey) is?
     
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    Just got a Nike+ fuelband as a gift.

    Gonna see how it works out.
     
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    What is this phaggy time?

    Just watched the nike adds for it, do not understand.
     
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    Just use a packet of stevia with it.
     
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    Dammit, finally some shoes in EXACTLY my size show up on the eBay. I was hoping to steal them for under half MSRP, but apparently there are a lot of size 12.5 people looking for them as well. Not sure how high I'm willing to go....
     
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    I put a scoop of chocolate protein powder in. It's pretty tasteless but fine
     
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    Nice, I just ordered a bodybugg a couple nights ago -- same basic principle. Excited to try it out.
     
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    5kg PR in my 8rm back squat today. Hoping for an 160kg squat soon. I love my inzer belt, it's so nicely broken in now and I've gotten used to the feel of it. Took like 5 months though, first few months were horrible.

    Don't eat oats anymore, just have barley or a yam if I want complex carbs.
     
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    Overnight oats. Try dem.
     
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    Congrats on the new PR. Is the 160kg squat for 1RM or the 8RM you mentioned?
     
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    easy lifting sessions this week overall - the movements that i do know, lol.

    sat in the bottom of my squats for 2 seconds yesterday,.
     
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    hahahaha for a 1rm, 160kgx8 might take a while.



    Knucks when you pause your squats do you stay tight or go loose? I usually just sit down to the box stay tight for like a 3 count then squat, but my gym bro sits down releases everything loosens up his back and sits back then tightens up again and squats it.
     
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    Always better to stay tight throughout. You can't really get everything tight while under load once you've lost the tension.
     

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