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  • 03/12/13--14:40: 11463
  • Go to a church food pantry. Most of the food poor people want is unhealthy, so just take whats left which is the good stuff.

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  • 03/12/13--14:40: 11464
  • >>11325
    Nizoral is very effective against dandruff. It has ketoconazole, an antifungal. I've always had doubts about a fungal link to dandruff, but I do know a documented link between any sort of antifungal/antibiotic reducing production of oil and sebum glands due to the inhibition of certain acid production in the skin. My guess is that is how it works. Just don't use it too much, its only meant to be used a few days at a time then resumption with a normal shampoo.

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  • 03/12/13--14:40: 11465
  • anyone have Issuance of insanity volume 2?

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  • 03/12/13--14:40: 11466
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  • 03/14/13--09:14: 11467
  • never been fat XD haha.
    born fit...love my dna.

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  • >>11467


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  • 03/14/13--09:14: 11469
  • you should consider eating a raw vegan diet.
    you will become fit with very little to no training.
    you will also reverse aging

    70 year old woman - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5H8xRmAY-_c
    70 year old man - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBbw-PGGZgg

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  • 03/14/13--09:14: 11470
  • sup /fit/, starting boxing couple months ago.
    Generally hear that lifting is bad for boxers. Is there a plan where I can lift? Based off what I read, I want to be doing very low reps high weight. Compound, for overall general strength. But I really have no plan and don't want to just dick around at the gym. I do want to lift to compliment my hobby. I've already started to slowly implement changes in my diet but any words of advice on that would help as well.

    Anytips in general for boxing, thanks

    Goal weight ~170lbs
    Current weight ~178
    Height 6'1
    Body Fat Percentage: Idk, would guess around ~23%

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  • 03/15/13--14:25: 11471
  • Has anyone taken a look at Johnny Pain's Drop the Panties book yet? Is it worth a shit or just a lot of hype?

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  • 03/15/13--14:25: 11472
  • >>11467
    i'm not fat. i went from 12.4% to 10% bf.
    shit, i only weigh 125lb. i'm trying to get bigger but i can't seem to eat enough.
    i eat at least 5 meals a day, but i wake up starving every morning.

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  • 03/15/13--14:25: 11473
  • Anyone got that awful paid subscription to Wendler's shitty forum? Would like to read all those articles, but not for $20/month.

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  • 03/15/13--14:25: 11474
  • >>11472
    >i eat at least 5 meals a day, but i wake up starving every morning.
    more like >SO i wake up starving every morning.

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  • 03/15/13--14:25: 11475
  • >>11473
    Ha, yeah the articles he says he has written seem interesting but come on, $240 a year to circle jerk with his fanboys?

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  • 03/15/13--14:25: 11476
  • >>11475

    Exactly. I'd like to read those, but fuck that. I already feel the $7/month for JTS Strength is laughably expensive.

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  • >>11469
    lies, eating or not eating a particular food will not get you fit. Fitness comes from conditioning not eating lettuce and grass soup and hoping you look younger when you're 70.

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  • 03/15/13--14:25: 11478
  • The trick is to focus on explosiveness, not slow body building type movements. Eg, you want to focus on powercleans rather than deadlifts, do clapping pushups rather than slow ones etc. Combine it with cardio so you have the endurance required.

    As for the actual boxing, pay close attention to form. It's better to punch correctly from the start, then work on speed, rather than starting with fast but sloppy punches which you'll have to work much harder to change. Muscle memory and all that.

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  • 03/16/13--19:12: 11479
  • >>11478

    Thanks, I actually joined a gym for all the technical stuff such as technique and there is a huge emphasis on explosiveness. There are 3 days, Monday is circuit day, Wed is a lighter circuit followed by slow technical workouts that emphasize technique or light sparring and thursdays are all sparring. So I really shouldn't be lifting on the days I don't go to the boxing sessions?

    I was thinking just some Low rep, explosive compound lifts for strength. Right now I have Day 1: squats, front squats, dead lift and dips. Day 2: Bench, Over head press, Bent over rows and chin ups. I only do 5x3 as fast/explosive as I can.

    Also I guess I lied about my weight. My bathroom scale must be broken, it says I'm 178ish but I tried one at my friends house at it says 188ish. I don't know my real weight.

    Thanks again

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  • 03/16/13--19:12: 11480
  • So I had some questions because I'm getting a lot of conflicting information (as usual)

    Yes, I'm a noob.

    "Guides" will say that you should work out 30-45minutes to avoid exhaustion and catabolic states and to my knowledge body builders will spend a full day lifting.

    Also I've read that 1-2g protein per lb. of weight is your daily intake and at the same time read that it's much lower; .8 or less (even for body building, not just general health)

    And lastly, how do you decide how many reps/sets you do? What's the difference between doing 10x3 or 5x6? I'm sure rest time has something to do with it, building power or endurance, but then how far in between are you supposed to rest?

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  • 03/16/13--19:12: 11481
  • >>11476
    I've been trying to search around to see if anyone is talking about it on the other forums and there is nothing, I find that a little odd considering every article that Wendler puts out generates tons of posts.

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  • 03/16/13--19:12: 11482
  • >>11480
    I don't know shit about lifting, but for the protein intake thing, there's controversy on that point. I would suggest you not to go crazy about getting 1 or 2 grams per day. If you're having shakes or stuff like that to get that amount, don't, you don't need to.
    Even so, having too much protein won't make you no wrong, so if you eat about 2 grams/kg or more because you have too much meat/fish/whatever regularly, keep doing it.

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