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KungfuTarzanJesus

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  1. I've always had "perfect" posture and I attribute it to flexibility. If everything is loose, everything falls into place. Do everything related to flexibility. Stretch every night with every stretch you can find. Do yoga and tai chi. As long as you're flexible and body-conscious, there's no reason simply paying attention to your posture won't fix it in a hurry.
  2. Whipping cream, mofugga. Drink it.
  3. ...Well, keto is going good. My family says they are starting to notice it working, I seem like I'm both leaner and more muscular at the same time than I was just a week ago. My lifts are going fine, although my hand strength is still homosex. I guess I'm finally going to cave and ask for straps for Christmas. My hand strength can wait, my deadlift can't. I've got some seasonal cold thing too. Lovely. On that note, black coffee + whipping cream = keto! Delicious caffeine...
  4. Ohshits, I'm glad I found this thread niggaz. I breathe paleo.
  5. It seems to depend on the person. They each use slightly different muscles, so it depends on your build. I got very good at wide-gripped pullups and chinups, but then Carjack pointed out that regular narrow-gripped pullups do more for many areas, and those kicked my butt relatively quickly. Echoing what everyone here is saying, negatives definitely work. I wasn't originally able to do any of this and negatives was how I started.
  6. Well, it's monday morning. Back to keto. Today: -1500 calories of fat -unlimited protein -tabata and squats
  7. It isn't too late to join this thing, is it?
  8. Jamie's site turned me on to the concept, but I had to read several other sources before I decided it was for me. Previously I was on pretty strict paleo.
  9. Goal #1: Restore my strength to where it was before it took a nosedive due to adaptation to the ketogenic diet, and ideally improve on those old lift numbers. Goal #2: Regain the speed, agility and flexibility I had as a teenager through combinations of stretching, conditioning and hard interval training Goal #3: Secret! Today as the first day of documented training, I just did a lot of stretching. It's my twice-weekly dietary cheat day, as is recommended by keto gurus with physiques far more admirable than my own, and my body once again feels like chipped dog crap - as if protesting on she
  10. Goal Numbar One: Get my lift numbers back to where they were before I made the transition to the ketogenic diet. Bonus: Improve on old lift numbers. Target: bench ~260, squat ~430, deadlift ~400. Goal Numbar Two: Successfully regain the flexibility and agility I had of my teenage years. Target: head to knees on hamstring stretch, knees to ground on butterfly stretch, split angle of >135 degrees, and the ability to link my hands behind my shoulder blades again. Goal Numbar Three (the non-physical goal): Secret! I'll poast about it if I succeed.
  11. Can I? If so I can get started typing up my goals etcetera. Goal Numbar One: Get my lift numbers back to where they were before I made the transition to the ketogenic diet. Bonus: Improve on old lift numbers. Target: bench ~260, squat ~430, deadlift ~400. Goal Numbar Two: Successfully regain the flexibility and agility I had of my teenage years. Target: head to knees on hamstring stretch, knees to ground on butterfly stretch, split angle of >135 degrees, and the ability to link my hands behind my shoulder blades again. Goal Numbar Three (the non-physical goal): Secret! I'll poast about it i
  12. Sir, if you'd like to b33f up your back, I would suggest wide-gripped pullups. Do them slowly and throw pauses in the middle. In two months your back will look like something out of an X-men comic, especially with your level of body fat.
  13. Nihongo wo naraitattara, nihongo wo nihonjin dewainai hito ni tsukawanakute ii yo~!
  14. Hai guise. I'm new here. I was referred to this place by Carjack. I'm a huge book nerd. I'm currently rifling through Robert E. Howard's Conan novels. I love Conan, and even moreso I love suffering and chaos. Currently I'm training to become a close quarters killing machine. My training regimen consists of high intensity interval training, sprinting, basic acrobatics, heavy barbell compound lifts, heavy dumbbell work and conditioning my hands on a bag of marbles and steel shot. I practice berserkergang. I also enjoy the musical stylings of Fall Out Boy, Lady Gaga, Evanescence, Nightwish, Dave
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