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Being an assistant weights coach has definitely been fun. I will be happy once I've graduated and am doing this for an actual career
But hopefully higher on the food chain lol
@here With the warm season officially upon us, I want to remind everyone about our Strava app athletic club. Request to join online or in-app (follow up with a DM here) and I'll get you approved. https://www.strava.com/clubs/PeakAesthetics
A fitness (primarily cardio) tracking app.
Whelp, I won't be doing much then lol
I fully embrace the fact that it will be just as miserable as it was for me last year 😛
Although now I'm about 40 lbs lighter, so that should help a bit lol
You could only have weighed 185 last year i thought
So I've got a hypermobile shoulder (a "double-joint") and it keeps me from benching as much as I'd like. Anyone have a good set or stretch for this?
@Deleted User I'm pretty sure I was a few pounds above 200 at the time, maybe just about. I'm about 165 now.
You’ll run like a gazelle
Is this for real? 😂 http://sufferfestbeer.com/en/blog/posts/sufferfest/announcing-new-fkt-pale-ale
Quick, someone give me motivation to get my tired ass in the gym today
Our enemies are working while you relax if you don't go
@Robtheroman Whats your take on bare knuckle fighting? Does it display masculine virtues, or stupidity and barbarianism? Personally I would never get into that, I value my brain cells and face too much.
For my part, I'm for it.
Those new stickers are bad ass
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@Pat-MA the bareknuckle thing would actually do wonders for head injury’s in fighting. The gloves are not to protect your head they’re to protect your hand. A fighters hand can only last for so many big shots without gloves before they can’t hit anymore.
So how does that prevent head injuries?
That is absolutely correct. In the pre-glove days of the UFC just about every fighter who fell out due to injury did so with a broken hand.
Do girls melt when you tell them badass stuff like that
Yeah I was up front shooeing away the rainbow vestment clergy.
How often do you guys max out
Realistically, maybe every 3 months just to adjust my percentages on my program
Doing max weight too often has more cons than pros
Have you all ever done Bar Bros routines? You're all probably really against it, but that's the type of stuff I did in HS, and I want to get back into it
First I’ve heard of it
It's just body weight stuff. They mostly do stuff on the bar (hence bar bros) like flagpoles and muscle ups
Oh damn, I just went on their website for the first time in years. These guys got gay as heck, son
And very obviously don't just do body weight
I used to do this. I was doing pretty well, too. I could do 3x20 pistol squats, and 3x10 uneven pullups
Lots of SEALs stuff in there too