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What's a healthy amount? I know this is a Lifting forum where every meathead is gonna say "nothing wrong with Red Meat". And I know peeps like @Bazza20; who like to eat a Cow a day, just wipe it's arse cut off its horns and throw it on a plate, but what is a healthy amount.
And I know every...
Needs bigger plate, but pretty cool -
SmartPlate™ is equipped with advanced object recognition and weight sensors which enable it to automatically identify, weigh and analyze your food intake while capturing a complete picture of all your eating habits.
looking to buy a reverse hyper extension machine
looking to buy a leg extension attachment and a situp attachment for the ironmaster superbench
looking to buy bumper plates (Australian kettlebells style would be good!) 140-200kg+
looking to buy love
who can help me out?
reverse hyper and...
Turning food scraps in to your favourite dish
Maybe her last book didn't do so well?? :D Check this piece of gem out:
"Every day, Wilson looks to her surroundings for ingredients. From the office garbage bin, to the fish carcass left on a friend’s plate after dinner — if it’s food, and it’s...
I'm looking at purchasing some bumper plates in a few weeks time and have been looking at some options, a seemingly unknown brand is the bodyworx bumpers over at cyberfit. Does anyone have any experience with these?
I'm assisting my gym in selecting new pieces of equipment for later this year.
We've already decided on a new powercage, plate loaded shoulder press and 45 degree leg press.
I'm trying to get us a specific standing calve raise machine. However the only one I can find from Matrix...
looking to make up compact plate storage.. but not the traditional weight tree
looking for ideas... any other designs around?
Bricks low budget toast rack
Ride29er's tall toast rack
budget lookin one
GnF's $330 rack
nice design from Nautilus
one from outerspace
looks even race this year.
I may chance my money on More Joyous, even from wide barrier. If she gets cheap early sectionals should figure in places at good each way odds.
Destroyed them over 2000m ealry this year, and ran a good 5th behind champ So You Think in 2010 Cos plate when leading...
What are your experiences and ideas re: putting plates under the heels during deadlifts
With a tall person, it seems their long legs can make it more difficult to get the bar past the knees, in turn putting pressure towards the toes and balls of feet instead of the heels. This is the conclusion...