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  1. Thread: Paleo diet ?

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    Paleo diet ?

    Just a question for anyone following (or who has followed) the paleo diet. I don't own the book, but I'm trying to follow the diet based on information from other sources. My question is, why are...
  2. Letting tap water run before using it--thoughts?

    I think it's mainly an issue with old plumbing / pipes that have lead in the solder that's used to connect the pipes. Here's a website to check out:

    http://www.leadpro.com/factsheet.html
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    That's interesting

    I'd read a little about it - eating the 1000 kcals a day less etc. I didn't know that they were actually trying to start exporting the plant itself. I wonder how far along they are with that...
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    Anyone here use / tried hoodia ?

    Just wondering what you think of it. I'm taking it right now, but I'm not really impressed - I think the appetite suppressing effect is overhyped (a supplement overhyped ? imagine that!).
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    Question about Rev. KB Fat Loss book

    I'm thinking of buying this book, but I have one question. I'm not looking for detailed specifics or anything - just wondering if the nutrition program is low carb. Nothing against low carb diets,...
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    who here eats blueberries?

    Check out the frozen ones. They should be substantially cheaper. I occassionally put them into protein shakes.
  7. What is your age and what are your limitations? nm

    I'll be 47 this August - 147 lbs., 5'10", somewhere around 12 or 13% body fat. Work out about 6 days a week, and feel like I'm in good shape overall. I'd say my biggest limitation is my frame size. ...
  8. What is your age and what are your limitations? nm

    I'll be 47 this August - 147 lbs., 5'10", somewhere around 12 or 13% body fat. Work out about 6 days a week, and feel like I'm in good shape overall. I'd say my biggest limitation is my frame size. ...
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    Ordered another kb from dd today

    I finally sold my hex DB set a couple months back to make some more room in the garage. I'm using the cash to double up my kb set, which for me means the 1 pood that I bought today and another 1.25. ...
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    Knee pain from front squats

    We're you doing KB front squats ? Be sure that your knees project outward in line with your toes. In other words, don't let your knees buckle inward at all. Other than that, I don't know what the...
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    starch vs. cellulose

    Cellulose is the main structural component of plants (vegetables & fruits, grass, trees etc.). Cellulose can't be broken down by the human digestive system, since humans lack the enzyme to do so. ...
  12. Eat to Win (low fat) vs Body Opus (low carb/isocaloric) vs Venuto

    Check out Vic Holtreman's site. I've done well with his techniques.

    http://www.last10pounds.com
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    Good points

    I'll definitely ease into it. It's been a while since I've done any Tabata-style stuff - excrutiating, especially for the uninitiated.
  14. Thread: Thanks Mike

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    Thanks Mike

    And, How's it going btw ? I don't post nearly as much as I used to. Workouts have been steady nonetheless.

    Yeah, the sprints - I was thinking about doing one session a week HIIT style. Seems...
  15. So, your'e MWF routine

    does not currently include squats or pistols, and you are also running afterward ? That's basically what I was looking at trying. Something like a MWF routine of swings, snatches, cleans, SPs ...
  16. That's kinda what I though

    I'm not really concerned with losing a little leg strength over the short term. I just don't want to experience a very appreciable amount of leg atrophy / lack of strength as compared to my upper...
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    Attn: Com. Heimdal

    Heimdal,

    If you're still interested in the pavelizer, let me know. The other person decided not to buy. No one else has responded, so if you have a price in mind, we could possibly work...
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    Pavelizer Classic for trade ...sale maybe?

    Basically, I’d just like to get a second KB to double up a set. I’ve currently got one each of the 1.0, 1.25 and 1.5 pood.

    A new 1 pood runs $90 plus $27 shipping on DD, so if I could get...
  19. Take your lunch to work

    Along with anything else you're going to consume during work. And stick to what you brought, nothing else. Eating out for lunch is bad for a variety of reasons, e.g. not knowing calorie contents of...
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    forearm pain from pullups?

    I agree as far as giving it a rest etc. Also, how wide a grip are you using ? My experience has been that if I do many close grip pullups, I might experience some soreness like you're describing. ...
  21. Hex Dumbells & Pavelizer classic for sale in Jacksonville, FL

    I posted this last week - just wanted to post it one more time. I have a set of hex dumbells, 10 lbs. up to 70 lbs., 5 lb. increments, missing only the 65s. Asking 35 cents per pound. Dumbbell rack,...
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    Hex DBs for sale in Jacksonville, FL

    The set goes from 10 to 70 pounds in 5 pound increments, missing only the 65 pounders. I'm asking 0.35 per pound for the DBs and $125 for the rack. The DBs are in good shape overall, although one of...
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    Thanks coach and also

    Do you remember how many milligrams per tablet that is ? Would the 4 to 16 depend on body weight, or more on calorie intake / exercise frequency & intensity etc.

    Thanks very much for the...
  24. Thread: a twist

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    a twist

    check out Vic Holtreman's site last10pounds.com
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    Dessicated Liver - how much to use ?

    Does anyone know how much dessicated liver it's o.k. to take per day ? Just curious, the bottle that I bought said something to the effect that it should be kept away from infants or children...
  26. My experience

    Recently was that I gained 5 pounds at a 50/50 ratio (2.5 fat, 2.5 muscle) according to the calipers. Always some error inherent in the caliper measurements, but I figure it averages out from week to...
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    Well

    I wish I could answer those questions. As far as your body using fat for energy, yes it can and it will. Matter of fact, lipids (fats) are important energy reserves, and on the average they'll...
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    As I understand it

    Fruits and veggies provide starch, which is a polysaccharide. The polysaccharides (or other carbohydrates for that matter) are broken down by enzymes (digestive enzymes are present in the salivary...
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    difference?

    Basically, starch is a subclassification of a classification of carbohydrates:

    Carbohydrates can be classified as:

    Monosaccharides - which can't be broken down into a simpler form of...
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    No, it's not the same

    Here's a link:

    http://www.pslc.ws/macrog/kidsmac/starlose.htm

    Basically, plants contain cellulose and starch. Humans lack the enzymes to break down the cellulose, so it get's passed through...
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