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    Overeating Phase Questoin

    Hi Dennis -

    Can you share what you're eating during your meal(s) or "overeating" phase?

    Thanks -
  2. Thread: Drinking Milk

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    Drinking Milk

    Milk has a strong association with Type I diabetes...others cannot consume it without suffering issues with allergies due to the types of proteins in the liquid.

    Cow's milk is designed to put...
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    Plantar Fasciitis--Will Fish Oil Help?

    No, it won't.

    Late in replying, but, you may have plantar fasciitis, or, you have have a heel spur. When the plantar fascia rubs across the heel bone, a spur is formed. People who run or walk...
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    Will fat temper a blood sugar rise?

    No.

    Your body will recognize the sugar in your blood and will need to remove it as quickly as possible. so, the insulin will be released and shuttle both the sugars and fats to your cells.
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  5. Thread: My back hurts

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    My back hurts

    Are you running heel-toe? Most times, that is the issue. When you land w/ that form, your foot is landing in front of your body and acts like a brake, causing force to be driven into your knee, hip...
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    Sylvester Stallone's book

    He's written, in the past, that he follows a ketogenic diet to get cut. The book is on the 'close out' tables at most bookstores for $1.99 - $5.99.
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    Whats your favorite fat burner??

    A good diet. It is cheaper, more effective and doesn't affect your hormones or enzymes negatively. I've always been concerned affects of 'supplements' and drugs on your thyroid, etc., and there's...
  8. Another reason to use your kettlebells (if you need one)

    Frisbee golf has been around forever. I went to college (gasp) almost 30 years ago and it was a pretty common weekend pastime.
  9. Female newbie here - heart health Q's and ordering help please!!!

    Nikki,

    I'd offer try to get your Omega 3s from their natural source...avoid pills and supplemental oils. Fats begin to go rancid when exposed to air. Rancid oils are believed to be carcinogenic.
  10. cannola, soy, safflower bad for heart health ??

    BTW, their recommendation is get oils from their natural sources as "mother nature" intended. Nuts, grains, fruits (avocado), etc.
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    Strength

    You make my point: this board is about "strength" training which means what? You can squat X or press Y. And that is great but it is part of a finite niche...think about it KB lifting is a niche...
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    Strength

    Rif,

    Understood, but, not my point. Do you need the ability to squat 400lbs to be strong? 500? Do you need the skill to do a 72kb swing?

    The average guy can barely squat 135lbs, but, does...
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    Only fit to do endur. things - very weak in all other measures

    Tom, would have to disagree a bit more...don't know if you know who Scott Tinley is? Not only was he a top triathlete...also a very good surfer, played basketball, lifted weights, etc., etc.
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    From what perspective?

    Allen, Scott, for example, were pretty strong compared to the average guy.

    And what is 'strength'? If you're talking heavy squats, KB lifting or whatever, where does functional strength vs....
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    World's Fittest from Below

    If we're discussing pure fitness levels, Dr. Ken Cooper. the "father of aerobics", has told me that no one has matched Dave Scott, former Ironman Triathlon winner (who came back and placed in the top...
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    Dave Scott, Mark Allen or any World Class Triathlete

    If we're discussing pure fitness levels, Dr. Ken Cooper has told me that no one has matched Dave Scott, former Ironman Triathlon winner (who came back and placed in the top 3 at 45) or Mark Allen (6...
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    Cool Toys for ex-Military/Military Fans

    Sorry this isn't about KB training and such, but, knowing there are current and former US military members on board, including some SpecOps and Special Tactics team members, wanted to let you all...
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    Gave it a shot and got the following response:

    The page cannot be displayed
    The page you are looking for is currently unavailable. The Web site might be experiencing technical difficulties, or...
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    Throwing kerosene on the fire

    Powerlifter,

    Interesting observations.

    I can share Mike wasn't shy about food offseason...he ate normal amounts for his caloric need with the intent of staying around 10% bodyfat prior to...
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    lol@nazis

    Yep, we brought a ton of Nazi scientists to Los Alamos and White Sands. But, read the stories of Stalin bringing German scientists into the fold equaled those of the Allies.

    And one last note:...
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    lol@nazis

    Blarg,

    Good points all.

    But to one suggestion: a better training program, possibly, but, does that imply more work or...? There is a point of diminishing, even negative, returns as we've all...
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    lol@nazis

    No, no. You keep missing my point Randy. :o)

    I'm not disagreeing with your points on training, technique, etc.

    I'm suggesting the article and most of us overlook the possibility of steroids. ...
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    Not Disagreeing on Technique, etc.

    Outside of the US/Canada, O-lifting is a much, much more popular sport and activity. Kids learn it much earlier in life therefore they're able to ingrain the moves at a very young age. No different...
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    Wsm

    There is a gentleman who lives two cities over from me that was competiting for WSM, having made it to US nationals. However, a torn pec the two years he competed forced him out of the competition. ...
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    Very cool, with one consideration missing...

    While the article captures much of the problems with bodybuilding, one thing Mr. Gallagher doesn't bring up with the Olympic lifters is the possibility of juicing. Eastern bloc/Soviet and now...
  26. Thread: Marty RKC

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    Marty RKC

    "Joints are meant to be an anchor point for muscular contraction. If I enhance the the muscular contraction say with the use of steroids. Wouldn't that make the muscles stronger then the joints?"
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  27. Can you confirm?

    Sorry, you lost me there. ;o)

    There are a variety of drugs out there: some will make you bigger, some will make you stronger, some will do a little of both.

    I've been in the locker room and...
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    But Lets Not Forget Synthol & GHO

    http://www.greggvalentino.net/images/pictures/posefront.jpg

    http://body.builder.hu/imagebank/starprofile/Markus_Ruhl.jpg
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    A Fairly Good Summary

    http://www.abcbodybuilding.com/steroids1.php

    "The first reported use of steroids in bodybuilding was by Mr. Universe, Bill Pearl. Peal began using steroids as early as 1958..."
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  30. Thread: Aspirin

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    Aspirin

    Truth be told, Advil or Aspirin can do far, far more damage that low steroid dosages. (See my other posts below...)
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