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Blaizen

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  • Birthday 06/01/1978

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  1. Well, I guess you'll just have to learn me some cooking tricks and I can take photos of your delicious food in return ;)

  2. LOL, that's all good, I know whos the better cook.... :)

  3. I do you have a good camera, you're right. And I guess I have a bit of an eye for composition, but I still need to work on photography skills too. Didn't mean to put you to shame ;)

  4. Those pics show you have two things i don't. Skill, and a good camera lol. They look awesome!!

    As for me, well I'm getting there lol.

  5. Traditionally used in tea ceremonies if I remember rightly. It is a lil bit different, but quite tasty and can also be used as a smoking flavour if your into smoking your own food. It's also quite nice in a cream or white chocolate based dessert for a different flavour.
  6. Aforementioned food pictures: http://floundergirlphotography.smugmug.com/Food/Food-Stuffs/21878711_zL5Dkg#!i=1744472020&k=rzSG5xh

    How's it going? Haven't seen you around in a few days.

  7. Thrillho, nothing but respect for you bro But, Go MOM!!!!!
  8. Thanks for the input, had thought about the 12 kg to start with but wasn't sure....
  9. Welcome aboard You may find further defining your goals will help you to better achieve them. For example, is there a body fat percentage you would like to get too? Or do you have a certain amount of weight you would like to be able to deadlift, or do a certain number of push-ups in a row? Setting the master goal then breaking it down into smaller goals as stepping stones is a very useful aid in achieving what you want. With the grain thing, I think primarily if you cut out gluten (which can also occur in vinegars and things like soy sauce etc) then your going to be giving your body a brea
  10. I've got a little of his stuff, really good but doesn't seem so geared towards beginners.
  11. I think I have about 30 variations between my books etc.... Forgot to mention staggerd push ups, either one hand forward/one hand back or one had on a ball and one on the ground Also, some of the different types of animal walk exercise's are good for upperbody work, shoulders and chest in particular.
  12. Hindu push ups Dive bombers Bodyweight rows Plyo pushups Push ups with co-contractions
  13. I've been looking at buying some kettlebells and was wonder what weights would be good for a beginner but still allow for some progression. Only looking at two or three to start with, and don't want anythign that will cause a hernia but neither do I want something I'll out grow in 3 months. Oh, and if it's not too hard, metric weights please. I get sick of running conversions in my fragmented shell of a brain Any suggestions?
  14. Wonder if the op has ever come back to look?
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