"Do what you feel your body needs... just make sure you're sleeping and eating
But as a general rule of thumb if your workouts are so intense/frequent that you are that wiped out afterwards you are going to hard and should consider cutting…"
"I usually listen to Children of Bodom (older the better), Kalmah, Suicide Silence, Job for a Cowboy, Dimmu Borgir, Cradle of Filth (anything before Nymphetamine), Disturbed (older the better), Tool, Slayer, Deicide, Despised Icon, The…"
"I know each place is different but if you have a co-op or market you should also check those out for deals. They will often have reduced produce (because its ripe and they need to sell it). In my area those deals are better than Aldi (which I still…"
"You should also consider getting your thyroid and pituitary glands checked out as eating disorders can extensively damage both and with enough damage they can cause amenorrhea (no period) and in some cases insulin resistance (which…"
"Yeah, I ignored the push-up part... I just found that 60 sec. rest and the rep. format helped me improve quicker.
It took me a long time (like 2 years), but when I started I was 135 lbs. (opposed to my 195 lbs. now) and very little upper body…"
"I would definitely try and structure your reps more, going all out every time causes a lot of inroad on the muscles and will weaken you quicker
Also at your level you should consider adding some weight to your pull-ups, like 10-20…"
"Oh... my bad
Seeing what you previously ate, its most likely a volume issue... stomach is stretched further than its used to, commonly called 'melon belly', which puts pressure on the stomach lining, causing pain. It only lasts a…"
"Don't know if Graham explains it but,
The basics to the science are the following:
1) every cell runs off sugar (under non-stressed and optimal conditions), thus we need sugar
2) the reason fruit is chosen, rather than rice/oats/pasta/etc...,…"
"I work at a reception hall which means the fruit that's left over is all mine. (the quitting was mainly a joke)
I'm gonna have to switch my hours around though because I totally agree that the public market gives the best deals;…"
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About Me: I think the best way to describe myself is someone defined by the moment. And I don't just mean my mood, I mean that every level of my self (that I can see) changes. This of course means that tomorrow I may no longer be defined by the moment, because that moment may have passed. (Te-he) One constant thing I believe though is that actions are way better than words, so I prefer to define myself through action, which tends to be difficult express in words.
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Movies: Ocean's 11-13, Kung Fu Hustle, Requiem for a Dream, The Dark Knight, Clerks, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Memento, Heist, The Bank Job, The Italian Job, Goodfellas, ... any crime/heist, comedy, thriller, ... pretty much whatever.
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Good find. Organic? I just got a little over 200lbs for 56$ at the public market this Saturday ;) Abundance used to sell me 40lbs for 9$! I think they caught on that the spotty ones are actually the best ones.