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 :lulz:

It took a bit to get the Firefly reference.

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Roger I'd been hearing that a glass of chocolate milk after workouts is one of the best things you can do, and I can attest to feeling revitalized after having it myself. It'll help with the protein.

I'll definitely give that a try.

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I've come to love the soreness. I've noticed significant gain in the two months I've been at it, as well as in my appearance.

There hasn't been time for appearance yet, but I don't feel like a lop of shit anymore.  And the soreness?  Yeah, a combination of dopamine and a feeling of accomplishment from having lifted heavy things up and put them down again.

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You two have very different body types than my own, though. I keep seeing a sign for a free body fat percentage estimate at the gym and I want to take them up on it just to fuck with them.   :lulz:

:crankey:

 :lulz: I couldn't make it through Waffles' first bench set but damned if I didn't walk around at 7% when I was terribly out of shape.

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Well hello there.

My Saturday gym routines are in the capable hands of my brother in law. I'm on a three week rotation now, one week of chest/arms, one week of legs/upper back, and one week of shoulders/back. We do a mixture of freeweights and machine isolation 3 sets of 10 reps with 3 exercises for each muscle group. Every session is ended with a 3 sets of 20 leg lifts, 3 sets of 10/20 incline crunches or oblique medicine ball twists, 3 planks, and a one mile speed run (just broke the 7 minute mile two weeks ago WOO!). It usually takes 1.5-2 hours.

I hit the pavement and run 3.5 miles 3x weekly between gym sessions.

Roger I'd been hearing that a glass of chocolate milk after workouts is one of the best things you can do, and I can attest to feeling revitalized after having it myself. It'll help with the protein.

I've come to love the soreness. I've noticed significant gain in the two months I've been at it, as well as in my appearance.

You two have very different body types than my own, though. I keep seeing a sign for a free body fat percentage estimate at the gym and I want to take them up on it just to fuck with them.   :lulz:

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HOLY FUCKING CRAP JUNKENSTEIN MET CMOT DIBBLER IRL

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It doesn't sound so much like Junkie's been eating sausages as it does he's been grazing in the rubble piles of his latest demolition.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Dream Girl
« on: August 24, 2014, 02:12:01 pm »
Very beautiful, QG. You've really been killing it lately.

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It changed over time.  It originally started as "Ice Water, or donate $100."

Then, it changed to "Ice Water and donate $10, or donate $100."

Now, it's "Ice Water and donate whatever you want, or bitch about it on Facebook."

 :lulz:

You may be laughing now, but where will you be when EOC is destitute and on the streets?

You'll be laughing at him from inside. That's where you'll be.

 :lulz:

I haven't seen anything negative about it on my feed since I called people out on it.

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Day 6 of the stomach flu.

I should not have come to work today.

Day 6? How is your hydration? Seriously?

I'm getting myself stuck every other day, 2 bags per.  I look like a fucking junkie.

Are they giving you Zofran or anything as a anti-emetic? Jesus, usually these things don't last this long.

Thing is, it's not constant.  I think I'm better on day 5, then BAM!  Day 6 is another nightmare.

Could be pregnant.

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Hello new people, Out of my personal curiosity, are any of you here after reading the io9 article?

The wha??

They wrote an article about us.

http://io9.com/poop-foam-causes-massive-explosions-1623151536

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Principia Discussion / Re: That's odd...
« on: August 15, 2014, 12:12:20 pm »
That is strange. At the very least it's implied by the Sacred Chao.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Spagbook
« on: August 13, 2014, 11:18:48 pm »
Should we rename this The Gym Thread?

Point taken.

No offense intended, just seems more appropriate in Open Bar to me.

You're right, of course, and in the spirit of getting Spagbook back to what it is, this one's for you:








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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Spagbook
« on: August 13, 2014, 12:23:54 pm »
I don't know if anyone else watches BroScienceLife, but this dude has over a year's worth of videos sending up the entire gym culture. He's a super over the top gym rat who points out how ridiculous the entire thing is.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCduKuJToxWPizJ7I2E6n1kA

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: ATTN: Musicians
« on: August 13, 2014, 12:57:43 am »
fruityloops should essentially be all you need.  I used to dick around with it a lot, it's pretty good.  Of course it's pretty expensive, and there's certainly nowhere you could get it for free or something depending on how lax your morals are.
http://www.image-line.com/flstudio/i_index.php

 :lulz:

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In other news, there's the "ice water challenge".

http://abcnews.go.com/US/reason-crazy-ice-water-challenge-trend/story?id=24886646

When challenged, you have 24 hours to pour a bucket of ice water on your head, or you have to donate $100 towards ALS research.

Besides the fact that the most useful thing you can do is not accept the challenge, doesn't pouring a bucket of ice water on your head seem a bit arbitrary?

I kind of want to start a "put out lit cigarettes on your arm for dyslexia" challenge.

Everyone I've seen doing it has donated at least something IN ADDITION to pouring ice water on themselves. They've raised $1.39 million since the start of the trend, compared with $22,000 over the same time period last year, so it's both fun and effective.

I'm starting to see the anti-ice water challenge posts crop up on my feed, which means only one thing to me:  escalation. When I get home from work I'm going to put on facebook that I'll donate $5 for every person in my feed with a needlessly cynical ice water challenge status. It starts at $20, just from today.

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