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Discussion in 'Sports Bar' started by senri, Jan 26, 2018.
Im over the low carb hump. Feel fucking glorious.
Made the mistake of drinking soda today. Poor choice, now I'm fucking wired. Gotta learn to stick with water at work.
Once all the glycogen is depleted and you refeed your tight body with carbs again. The maps will swell and throb in all it's glory. To see your swollen form would be incredible...
There you go.... Back on track.... I can taste this Mr Graves...
Dont get a refeed until the 18th but I plan on smashing a stack of pancakes as soon as I wake up lol.
Self knowledge is a gift not to be squandered, Mr. senri.
Whatever the endgame.
That is badass
Lmao @ Roy Jones fighting on fight pass. Didn’t even know that can still fought.
This place so much I’m just going to troll the hws so I can clear my own reports.
Hard to imagine he was at the Seoul Olympics 30yrs ago.
Haha. I don’t drink during the week
Mr Revolver is just being fruitless. Nothing but viceful mucus as of today. Need to teach him more cuisines in the kitchen...
I keep seeing all of these stories about Pyeong Chang. Who the fuck is that guy?
That’s the guy the lakers will draft with cavs first round pick
Sounds like a Knicks or NJ Nets (fuck Brooklyn) draft pick TBH.
THey need cyclo cross, snow shoe running and winter triathlon added to the Winter Olympics.
Just read this every time you lift @El Chimpo
“The road to massive strength is perilous, and many lack the heart trek down the path to real size and power. They don't have the guts, the balls, the will. If you want to get strong, you need to make a commitment to yourself right now. A commitment to give it your all. A commitment to be tenacious, to let it all hang out in the gym. Lifting heavy weights is a microcosm of the world as a whole. You get out what you put in. There are up's and downs. Somedays you're a god of steel. Otherdays you're a piece of shit who needs to go flog yourself with a phone cord for doing so fucking shitty in the gym. What matters is that you put in the hurt. Don't forget the commitment you made to yourself, and always remember that each time you set foot in the gym is a chance to get bigger, stronger, and more powerful. Do what you will with that opportunity. One thing you must never, ever do, is underestimate yourself, or what you can achieve if you really give it your all. It sounds trite, but it’s true. Aim for the stars, and if you put in the effort which such lofty goals deserve, you will likely be successful. Or if not, you will find yourself far beyond where you might have ended up had you settled for more mediocre goals. People will doubt you, put down what you do, but you can’t let that shake your confidence. Regardless of who you are outside the weight room, you absolutely must believe in yourself when it’s time to get down to business. Your resolve in your abilities must be solid. You are there to lift things that you couldn’t lift before. The power to change your body, and who you are is (quite literally) in your hands.“
Carnal Salvations "A Treatise on The Lifting of Heavy Iron"