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Ah I like my gym. Never have to wait for anything. No one ever squats or deadlifts so the rack is always free. At least when I'm there anyways. See the same 3 guys every lunch and they all do some weird plyometric shit so they never really use any of the benches or machines.
I'm not a fan of his "Kroc" rows (looks like a great way to blow your shoulder if you don't know WTF you're doing). However, I do agree with stepping back and analyzing your workout to try to figure out why you've plateaued. Simple, but sometimes we forget the simple stuff.
Personally, I've plateaued on deadlifts. I'm thinking of stopping that for a bit, and starting stiff-legged DLs and rack pulls. My lower back doesn't seem to like heavy weight.
While I was in Ontario for school I got myself a pair of the 90lb adjustable powerblocks but now that I'm back here I'm looking to get rid of them as I have cast iron up to 70's (and the space to keep them). Craigslist is the obvious choice of where to sell them but is there a more fitness-focussed forum that would be worth posting them to? (Preferably local because shipping 180lbs somewhere )
__________________ nabs -Brianrietta are you trying to Mindbomber me? using big words to try to confuse me jasonturbo -Threesomes: overrated - I didn't really think it was anything special, plus it was degrading, marching to the bathroom to fart all that semen out Babykiller -And next to that, there's a little dot called a period. It's not the stuff you eat out of your sisters gash, it's a handy little tool for breaking up sentences so they don't look like nonsensical retard garbage.
Holy Shit!!! $5 a month for golds! Info pleaase! love-u-long-time!
I go to the Langley campus
Originally Posted by ilmatic
^ is it just kwantlen?
It's $5 a month, on-top of the $40 a month students are now required to pay for a u-pass that 85% of us will never use. It's cool for those of us that work out, but when you get down to the hard facts, it's not a spectacular deal.
Question: if I am trying to lose weight, what's the best diet to go along with daily cardio? I am kind of new to this stuff so please include examples as well! I was thinking of a low sugar low carb, lots of greens, fruits etc, is that right?
Also, when would you start to lift during weight loss to tone out your body?
anyone try microwave scrambled eggs? im terrified of such things but i love scrambled eggs and im hungry in the morning
Microwave Scrambled Eggs:
In a 10-ounce custard cup, beat together 2 eggs, and 2 tablespoons milk with salt and pepper to taste, if desired, until blended.
Cook on full power, stirring once or twice, until almost set, about 1 to 1 1/2 minutes. Stir. If necessary, cover with plastic wrap and let stand until eggs are thickened and no visible liquid egg remains, about 1 minute.
NOTE: All microwave cooking times are based on a full power output of 600 to 700 watts. For a lower wattage oven, allow more time.
1 egg: 30 to 45 seconds
2 eggs: 1 to 1-1/2 minutes
4 eggs: 2-1/2 to 3 minutes
6 eggs: 3-1/2 to 4-1/2 minutes
8 eggs: 4-1/2 to 5-1/2 minutes
In my experience the taste and especially the texture was odd compared to regular scrambled eggs and I really didn't like them, I'm not sure if it's because my microwave is a pos or if it's just the way they always come out using that technique. Personally, I prefer waking up five minutes earlier and quickly making them in a pan with some pre-cut veg.
im a scrambled egg vet. i love em and have got pan frying them dialed. and ive got a legit breakfast with scrambled eggs, chopped up ham, peppers, etc, that i make when i have time. that being said, i dont have time to make them, along with all the other shit i have to do to get out of the house at 7am.
im not surprized microwave scrambled eggs would have a strange texture as they just sit there cooking instead of being stirred.
i wish hard boiled eggs didnt give me ungodly farts.