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  • 12/19/12--23:37: 10993
  • >>10992
    Upload something. Anything. Even a text file, and that will let you download files for 24 hours.


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  • 12/19/12--23:37: 10994
  • >>10990
    > i don't think neolithic man was all that healthy. his life expectancy was like 25

    Is this average life expectancy? Because the average is heavily skewed by high infant mortality, which is always high in societies without modern medical technology.

    If you disregard children dying before the age of, say 5, you will probably find a life expectancy of adults to not be that different from today, probably in the 50-60 year range. This can be observed today in poorly developed countries where high infant mortality rates dictates large numbers of children per family to ensure survival into adulthood in sufficient quantities to care for their parents.

    Now, that being said, you are probably right that early man was hardly a paragon of healthiness - living from day to day on whatever they could hunt or gather, and starving if they couldn't. Fat and meat would have been prized but their intake of HFCS was probably limited though, so comparing them to fast-food-eating coach potatoes of today they probably weren't so bad off after all.

    All in all, a balanced diet seems to be the best thing in the long term.


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  • 12/19/12--23:37: 10995
  • >>10866
    >>10882
    True story.

    Knuckle pushups also increases the range of motion slightly, making for a better workout.

    As a personal related anecdote, I can no longer do palm pushups, after a biking accident (I can't hyper-extend my right thumb any more). Knuckle pushups are perfectly fine for me still.


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  • 12/19/12--23:37: 10996
  • If you want an easy change to your routine, try 5+10:
    Your regular 5 reps, then with no rest, 10 reps with about 50% max weight. Roughly enough to almost reach failure in 8-12 reps - you may need more or less depending on how hard you push yourself in your 5 reps.


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  • 12/19/12--23:37: 10997
  • >>10992
    Download literally anything from this thread. Go to scribd, try to download shit from scribd. Upload whatever you got from here. Scribd will then let you download stuff since you've "contributed" to scribd.


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  • 12/19/12--23:37: 10998
  • >>10993
    >>10987
    >>10978
    thank you very much you guys are awesome


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  • 12/19/12--23:37: 11000
  • Please anyone have the carb nite solution by John Kiefer


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  • 12/19/12--23:37: 11001
  • Im Looking for ELITEFTS Programs That Work 2(2012), anybody has it?


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  • 12/21/12--00:45: 11002
  • >> 11001
    Man, It's 20 bucks for several routines and the money is for charity.


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  • 12/21/12--00:45: 11003
  • Intermittent Feast by Nate Miyaki?


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  • 12/21/12--00:45: 11004
  • Pe>>10990
    >no protein or fat. Enjoy your lower IQ and taking supplements for the rest of your life

    I'm not saying they were healthier per se, just that those are the conditions under which we evolved, so it makes sense to try and work with that. There is evidence that fasting improves your bloodwork and bodyfat and makes you feel more eneegetic and less hungry generally. Again, conditions under which we evolved.


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  • 12/21/12--00:45: 11005
  • Philosophy of Training for Strength - Paul Carter

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?r4bhcm7napzzi86

    LRB-365 - Paul Carter

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?93awftioi9qo4fq

    Westside for Athletes - Eric Cressey

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?6b3cv4tzkbp2dnv

    Maximum Strength - Eric Cressey

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?ia41t23e1iptrj8

    Renegade Training - John Davies

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?b9ymeuyzoo3y3tn

    Dinosaur Strength Training Notebook - Brooks Kubik

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?3dcks3l31fcxc5e

    Dinosaur Bodyweight Training - Brooks Kubik

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?url9ipdkr01wzta

    Dinosaur Training - Brooks Kubik

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?6vdxbxbrmcvbdcn

    Development of the Russian Conjugate Sequence System

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?1fvvx6zcfxax0xs

    Applied Strongman Training - Charles Poliquin

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?z4b3ev7mqyjxjvg

    Westside Barbell Book of Methods - Louie Simmons

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?i7qwooa4s9np37r

    The Periodization Bible - Dave Tate

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?bdschkn4tt7civc

    Developming Maximal Strength - Dave Tate

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?ynaktd2t3n0p335

    EFS Basic Training Manual - Dave Tate/Jim Wendler

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?zq9lszagfb5wdz1

    Strong(er) Workout Phase 3 - Tate

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?zqaelbq0rcg616t

    Strong(er) Workout Phase 2 - Tate

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?5dg3gh7i9xb4e6a

    Strong(er) Workout Phase 1 - Tate

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?feel2mcpfvz5gwt

    Personal Powerlifting - Dennis Weis

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?mxh4w68vszkanxz


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  • 12/21/12--00:45: 11006
  • >>11005
    Thank you very much and Merry Christmas!


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  • 12/21/12--00:45: 11007
  • >>11005
    Thank you so much for LRB365!!


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  • 12/21/12--00:45: 11008
  • it would be great if anyone have the carb nite solution by John Kiefer


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  • 12/21/12--00:45: 11009
  • >>11005

    Thanks ! You must have bought some of those yourself :D Merry Christmas ^^ !


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  • 12/21/12--00:45: 11010
  • i'm also interested in exercise that uses your own body.
    what are some good ones?
    push-ups sit-ups
    leg lifts pullups lunges
    these are what I usually do


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  • 12/21/12--00:45: 11011
  • >>11009
    Some are pirated, but yes, I buy a lot of them. Pretty much anything from Rippetoe, Justin Lascek, Paul Carter, Jim Wendler, Dave Tate, or Chad Wesley Smith I paid for it.


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  • 12/21/12--00:45: 11012
  • Here's Carb Nite Solution

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/?a670ey0anw3pp6n


    I NEED THE CUBE METHOD.


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  • 12/21/12--00:45: 11013
  • >>11011
    Any chance you have F.I.T by Justin Lascek?


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