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Old 01-11-2012, 07:01 PM   #12601
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Fuck it sucks taking a week off. I'm competing in the powerlifting meet this sunday so I should have some cool videos/pictures up for you guys to be mirin at.

I do not look good at all in a leotard
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Old 01-11-2012, 07:03 PM   #12603
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Just received a pair of jeans I ordered in the mail today. Waist fits fine, quads/hams too big
lol for me it always either waist fits fine/thighs tight ... or waist too loose/thighs fine

i rather stick with my sweatpants/trackpants
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YEah my pants are getting like that too. Loose in the waist, tight around the butt and thighs. Makes me wonder if womens pants would fit better
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Old 01-11-2012, 07:11 PM   #12605
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i was reading a jeans thread on the misc a week or 2 ago. i dont think half the phaggots on there lift with the jeans they wear.


i dont fit my one of my good pairs anymore and my best pair is pretty uncomfortable to sit in now. and i dont even have that big of legs
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Yeah honestly imo, clothing brands should really design more clothing for people that work out/buff people. I'm finding thigh/calf area for jeans is a problem. Another problem is the shoulder to waist ratio. People that do alot of upper body work will have a hard time finding a right fit. You either downsize and get a super tight shoulder area, or you upsize, and the waist is way too loose. Think about it, there aren't many brands out there that cater to really athletic/muscular shaped builds. Its disappointing for those of us who workout...
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Old 01-11-2012, 07:28 PM   #12607
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that's why you wear 3 sizes larger for your jeans to make sure it fits
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Most of the t-shirts I wear are pretty loose fitting, due to having a gut for so long

I don't plan on wearing manslut shirts as I lean out, but I do look forward to wearing some that at least look good... My favourite shirt of all fits horribly though. It's an XL from Japan, and is super loose around the belly and super tight at top... looks kind of ridiculous

I hope my THE REEM shirt fits well when it arrives
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Most of the t-shirts I wear are pretty loose fitting, due to having a gut for so long

I don't plan on wearing manslut shirts as I lean out, but I do look forward to wearing some that at least look good... My favourite shirt of all fits horribly though. It's an XL from Japan, and is super loose around the belly and super tight at top... looks kind of ridiculous

I hope my THE REEM shirt fits well when it arrives
You have no idea how jelly I am right now bro
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Order was just shipped today. Apparently they were flooded with orders after Overeem's win, and they have ONE GUY doing the shirts, and he was swamped.

Actually, they shipped the shirt without actually accepting my paypal. If it stays like this, I'll have to email him. I bought the shirt to help donate to Red Cross Japan, and I also want to make sure THE REEM gets some $ too
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you coulda ordered like 2 years ago when the rest of us fans did....



just gotta outta work meeting, extra 1600 in profit sharing in my pocket

gonna go tear my arms up and flex in the mirror at the gym, its gonna be a good night
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Wasn't interested in buying MMA shirts 2 years ago, nor am I now really. This doesn't have a huge MMA brand logo on it, which is why I am letting myself buy it.

Thanks for telling me what I can and can't do
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Yeah honestly imo, clothing brands should really design more clothing for people that work out/buff people. I'm finding thigh/calf area for jeans is a problem. Another problem is the shoulder to waist ratio. People that do alot of upper body work will have a hard time finding a right fit. You either downsize and get a super tight shoulder area, or you upsize, and the waist is way too loose. Think about it, there aren't many brands out there that cater to really athletic/muscular shaped builds. Its disappointing for those of us who workout...
I HATE this about buying new clothes. Pretty much walk into clothing store, find nice clothes I want to buy and BAM all of them are "Slim Fit" in different slim fit sizes

I got shoulders and legs you bastards not twigs!!
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Yeah honestly imo, clothing brands should really design more clothing for people that work out/buff people. I'm finding thigh/calf area for jeans is a problem. Another problem is the shoulder to waist ratio. People that do alot of upper body work will have a hard time finding a right fit. You either downsize and get a super tight shoulder area, or you upsize, and the waist is way too loose. Think about it, there aren't many brands out there that cater to really athletic/muscular shaped builds. Its disappointing for those of us who workout...
They have the relaxed fit for denim. Way too loose though
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BTW if you want to use oats in your drinks, just use oat flour instead of whole oats. Same stuff, just ground up into a powder. It still won't dissolve, but at least it will be drinkable instead of feeling like you are swallowing vomit.
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i bought a TON of new clothes last year and now all my favorite shirts are all starting to get to be way too small instead of just extra medium

i have had some luck with mexx shirts. a lot dont fit for shit, but some fit real well.
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BTW if you want to use oats in your drinks, just use oat flour instead of whole oats. Same stuff, just ground up into a powder. It still won't dissolve, but at least it will be drinkable instead of feeling like you are swallowing vomit.
I actually grind oats up and drink them. Just not sure when would be a good time during the day. Morning/preworkout/postworkout/snack/before bed?
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when carbs come most in handy, pre workout and post workout, but it's good to have carbs throughout the day when you're upping your calories
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Yeah honestly imo, clothing brands should really design more clothing for people that work out/buff people. I'm finding thigh/calf area for jeans is a problem. Another problem is the shoulder to waist ratio. People that do alot of upper body work will have a hard time finding a right fit. You either downsize and get a super tight shoulder area, or you upsize, and the waist is way too loose. Think about it, there aren't many brands out there that cater to really athletic/muscular shaped builds. Its disappointing for those of us who workout...
Honestly, if you're buying quality clothing, it's not a tremendous extra investment to have things tailored a bit.
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i bought a TON of new clothes last year and now all my favorite shirts are all starting to get to be way too small instead of just extra medium

i have had some luck with mexx shirts. a lot dont fit for shit, but some fit real well.
i luck out with slim fit large

too bad i have to get a majority of my shirts hemmed because im a midget at 5'4"
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I actually grind oats up and drink them. Just not sure when would be a good time during the day. Morning/preworkout/postworkout/snack/before bed?
It's food.. eat it whenever it fits into your diet plan

When is a good time to eat eggs? When is a good time to have a sandwich? A steak? Some asparagus?

See, it doesn't make sense when you think of it that way.
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nns i think you have m6's..
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The steel cut oats settle right away when I try and drink it. Now using a spoon and eating it...can't fucking do it. Way too hard, and my mouth is sore.
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