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Makingains89

New member
Hey guys pretty new to the forum thing
Have been training pretty much my whole adult life, I am 31 now had a major car accident 5 years back which put a stop to the heavier side of training that I used to do. But have since done a lot of research on what I can do to get back to my old ways that I miss so much! Have just bought a rogue reverse hyper to help with bulging discs and strengthening of posterior chain and will definitely keep you all updated as there seems to be little use of this machine for rehab in Oz. Anyways guys thanks for the place where we can share our interests am looking forward to sharing the journey with you all
Age- 31
Height -181cm
Weight - 94kg


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Shrek

Fucked up Kunce
Hey guys pretty new to the forum thing
Have been training pretty much my whole adult life, I am 31 now had a major car accident 5 years back which put a stop to the heavier side of training that I used to do. But have since done a lot of research on what I can do to get back to my old ways that I miss so much! Have just bought a rogue reverse hyper to help with bulging discs and strengthening of posterior chain and will definitely keep you all updated as there seems to be little use of this machine for rehab in Oz. Anyways guys thanks for the place where we can share our interests am looking forward to sharing the journey with you all
Age- 31
Height -181cm
Weight - 94kg


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Peekay123

New member
Hi,

I am Peekay. I am 44 and have been training most of my adult life. I try to be consistent but it’s hard with a young family and work commitments.

I would like to learn more about training techniques, nutrition and supplements.

For the last five years, my breakfast is a shake consisting of:

- 5 whole eggs;
- 1 cup of oats;
- 1 banana;
- 1 Handful of roasted almonds and walnuts
- 2 scoops of protein
- Almond milk

I am 170cm and 72kg.


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Stiff 2G

SuperDooper Member
Hi,

I am Peekay. I am 44 and have been training most of my adult life. I try to be consistent but it’s hard with a young family and work commitments.

I would like to learn more about training techniques, nutrition and supplements.

For the last five years, my breakfast is a shake consisting of:

- 5 whole eggs;
- 1 cup of oats;
- 1 banana;
- 1 Handful of roasted almonds and walnuts
- 2 scoops of protein
- Almond milk

I am 170cm and 72kg.


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Hi Peekay, welcome to the Forum. I run things around here, abley assisted by my Assistant [MENTION=895]Shrek[/MENTION]

That's the Breakfast of Champions there.
 

Shrek

Fucked up Kunce
Hi,

I am Peekay. I am 44 and have been training most of my adult life. I try to be consistent but it’s hard with a young family and work commitments.

I would like to learn more about training techniques, nutrition and supplements.

For the last five years, my breakfast is a shake consisting of:

- 5 whole eggs;
- 1 cup of oats;
- 1 banana;
- 1 Handful of roasted almonds and walnuts
- 2 scoops of protein
- Almond milk

I am 170cm and 72kg.


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Hi,

If you have 5 whole eggs you don’t need 2 scoops of protein.
Maybe just a half scoop for flavour but your banana should provide enough flavour.
 

Peekay123

New member
I know it sounds like a lot of protein but it’s worked for me and my weight is stable. Plus I can prepare and have breakfast in five minutes.

I add the banana for fibre to aid digestion. Not for taste.

If anything, I want the taste to be bland and not too rich.


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hey peekay,i am ambassador from NZ. Ive represented Australia,i still dunno how,im not that good at powerlifting. I use remote control to regulate the more fiesty members of the forum,mentally sow seeds and talk uncounterable truths. Whats ur squat bench and deadlift numbers
 

Stiff 2G

SuperDooper Member
Hi,

If you have 5 whole eggs you don’t need 2 scoops of protein.
Maybe just a half scoop for flavour but your banana should provide enough flavour.

Thanks Mate. Take a Bradman out of Petty Cash.

You should listen to Shrek [MENTION=20938]Peekay123[/MENTION] he's our weight loss expert here. [MENTION=7738]Timeah[/MENTION] is our Strength Coach, ablely assisted by his Assistant [MENTION=20214]bannedgerry[/MENTION] who also doubles as our Spiritual Advisor, with [MENTION=12395]Grunta[/MENTION] our Relationship expert.

Enjoy the Forum :)
 
and village idiot.

I think deep down you like me,its just you have to save face and i understand that. It must of been a blow to the ego for little old ugly me to roll in,not bother with anyone and roll on out with a kangaroo jumper.
 
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Grunta

Packing a Huge Member
I think deep down you like me,its just you have to save face and i understand that. It must of been a blow to the ego for little old ugly me to roll in,not bother with anyone and roll on out with a kangaroo jumper.

Course I like you Gerry, you're my pet idiot.
 
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