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Postby Wing-Zero » Fri Jul 10, 2009 5:50 pm

mael wrote:
Dark-Samus wrote:Too much ends up in diarrea though... :lol: :lol: :lol:


No, it doesn't.

... Unless your water is bad.


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Postby Nesaie » Fri Jul 10, 2009 10:40 pm

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Nesaie wrote:For beef/cow, only eat 100% grass fed.


* That's a bit tricky.


Oh yeah...Japan...Islands...oops.

My current roommate lived in Hawaii for many years. She only eats pig, chicken and fish. I'd recommend Salmon, especially Sockeye, but now adays there is so much mercury in it...:(

mael wrote:
For rehydrating yourself, often vegetables like celery and cucumbers can rehydrate a human body better than water alone. My boyfriend used to run in the Arizona dessert. His coach gave them veggies. He tested them for water before and after eating the veggies and running, compared with just drinking water. The veggies won. Eat the veggies with lot's of water in them, watermelons may work too. Plus, watermelons have lot's of other great benefits and nutrition. Some lettuces too.


* So that's why he tires you out so much.


No comment on that. :oops:

I recently read an article that watermelons also act like viagra...I told him about it. :oops: :D I always have watermelon in my fridge, he loves it. :D I'm gonna have to make up a name for him...hum...how 'bout...deuce? That is what he rides. I'll refer to him from now on as deuce.

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* I love fruit 'n veggies.


Me too. :D

mael wrote:
Screw the starches like potatoes or pasta. They're just sugar and we should eat a very limited amount of them. Though, potatoes and corn are too of my favorite "vegetables". It's too bad that I can't eat corn any more. I can't find any organic corn and I can't grow it on my deck. That means, I can't eat 99% of processed American foods, and I can't eat corn on the cob. :cry: Maybe next year I can get the garden going at my boyfriends. I hope, I hope, I hope...then I may be able to grow corn that Monsanto hasn't f'd up and be able to eat it.


* But will you survive long enough to get to your boyfriend's house next year? It takes you a week to crawl and drag yourself to the keyboard and post a message these days. Can't you beg for mercy sometimes? Try bawling your eyes out occasionally.

:evil: ;( :D

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Yeah! That GM crud isn't welcome in my body either. I can get organically gwoan spuds and I like them too! And if you bake them with the skin on it provides lots of potassium which is good not only for building muscle but good for combating some of the effects of the chemtrails. (Depressing reading that is)! :(


I don't know what Japan is like, but in the states it is close to impossible to buy food that hasn't been tainted by monsanto....those bastards!

Potassium is also good for hang-overs. :D Kiwis have a lot of potassium and bananas aren't bad either. Potatoes also have vitamin C as well as other vitamins, but most of the good stuff is in the skin.

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BTW mael, how is your wife doing? I hope well?


* She's fine. Probably pregnant again already. I let her beg but I ignore her pleading. :twisted: She's tougher than me at least as far as physical stamina is concerned anyway so she doesn't get much more than she needs.


Good to hear. Good luck with all. :D
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Postby CodeBlack » Thu Jul 16, 2009 5:24 pm

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Postby chiselray » Mon Jul 20, 2009 8:13 pm

Dark-Samus wrote:Too much ends up in diarrea though... :lol: :lol: :lol:


watching this show the other(D) these lost and stranded ship wrecked survivors drank sea water..sent them crazy and hallucinating ,must be a good high one should try one day...
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Postby Wing-Zero » Tue Jul 21, 2009 5:32 pm

chiselray wrote:
Dark-Samus wrote:Too much ends up in diarrea though... :lol: :lol: :lol:


watching this show the other(D) these lost and stranded ship wrecked survivors drank sea water..sent them crazy and hallucinating ,must be a good high one should try one day...


You don't even need the water, cut out the middle man and just eat a box's worth of salt.
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Postby mael » Tue Jul 21, 2009 10:55 pm

I suppose it's been about two months since I started my exercise regime.

As I said, I have concentrated on my arms, chest and back. I haven't physically measured any difference but I know my arms are a few centimetres thicker, but the big difference is that I have much more power and stamina in the muscles I've been working on. - Also the muscles are harder and are clearly defined when even moderately flexed.

For a week or so I worked on the rowing machine for a total of ten movements each excercise. then I did twelve each. Recently I do 18 of each.

My diet has been to try to get fruits and protein - so lots of bananas, watermelon, sultanas in addition to my normal fare. I've also tended to eat snacks (like a couple of bananas) when I got hungry and it wasn't time to eat a meal.

I'm no superman by any means but I'm much stronger than I was and I intend to continue.

I do seven exercises. the excercises are basically of two kinds:- either I push or pull in a straight line or with my arms outstretched to the side towards the front or the back. The other variation I do is to hold my hands either facing up or facing down on the handles. (Sorry, I can't really describe it easily in a short time).

The machine gets hottish around the piston shaft of the hydraulics on each side, and they didn't when I first started.

I used to work at it for about 15 minutes but now I stay at it for about 25 - the added movements make it take longer.

*

And now I've dusted-off one of those old 'ion' therapy machines because I want to make it shock my gut into vanishing. I run a belt around the flabby bit and put the electrodes under it and set the dial to shock as much as I can reasonably tolerate - in the hope it's going to rid me of the spare tyre - so I can go shirtless later this year and show off my chest, back and arms.

Any tips on moving belly fat? I suppose there's a couple of kilos to shift. The new trousers are very low waisted so it's almost impossible to hide it by 'keeping it under your belt.'

And thanks for the great tips so far. Keep them coming. I'm a bit late in the day to transform myself into a macho man, but I'm keen to be as good as I can be. - And I don't want to be a macho anyway... I just want to look and be strong.
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Postby Nesaie » Fri Jul 24, 2009 12:19 pm

mael wrote:

My diet has been to try to get fruits and protein - so lots of bananas, watermelon, sultanas in addition to my normal fare. I've also tended to eat snacks (like a couple of bananas) when I got hungry and it wasn't time to eat a meal.


Replace 70-90% of the fruits with veggies. You may be getting too much sugar and watch out for the potassium from the bananas. If I remember correctly, potassium isn't water soluble so you can get too much. Cucumbers are great for the water content and kale is one of the best veggies around. It has more vitamins than most other veggies, according to my grandmother.

When my boyfriend ran in the desert they did a test for hydration. One day, they drank just water and then ran. They measured their hydration before and after. The next day they ate veggies with high water content. This time when they measured the hydration after running, they were more hydrated than when they just drank water.

I made some veggie soup the other day. Man...every time I have a small bowl I get stuffed. The only meat in it is from the lamb stock I used. I think it makes a huge difference to use all organic ingredients. There is more nutrition in it and your body knows it, so it gets full quicker.
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Postby Lashmar » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:41 am

Cucumbers are great for the water content and kale is one of the best veggies around.


I hate Cucumbers. Horrid bloody things. :x
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Postby chiselray » Thu Jul 30, 2009 4:31 am

Wing-Zero wrote:
chiselray wrote:
Dark-Samus wrote:Too much ends up in diarrea though... :lol: :lol: :lol:


watching this show the other(D) these lost and stranded ship wrecked survivors drank sea water..sent them crazy and hallucinating ,must be a good high one should try one day...


You don't even need the water, cut out the middle man and just eat a box's worth of salt.


i guess to be safer i'll use sea salt..table is nasty...
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Postby chiselray » Thu Jul 30, 2009 5:00 am

mael wrote:I suppose it's been about two months since I started my exercise regime.

As I said, I have concentrated on my arms, chest and back. I haven't physically measured any difference but I know my arms are a few centimetres thicker, but the big difference is that I have much more power and stamina in the muscles I've been working on. - Also the muscles are harder and are clearly defined when even moderately flexed.

For a week or so I worked on the rowing machine for a total of ten movements each excercise. then I did twelve each. Recently I do 18 of each.

My diet has been to try to get fruits and protein - so lots of bananas, watermelon, sultanas in addition to my normal fare. I've also tended to eat snacks (like a couple of bananas) when I got hungry and it wasn't time to eat a meal.

I'm no superman by any means but I'm much stronger than I was and I intend to continue.

I do seven exercises. the excercises are basically of two kinds:- either I push or pull in a straight line or with my arms outstretched to the side towards the front or the back. The other variation I do is to hold my hands either facing up or facing down on the handles. (Sorry, I can't really describe it easily in a short time).

The machine gets hottish around the piston shaft of the hydraulics on each side, and they didn't when I first started.

I used to work at it for about 15 minutes but now I stay at it for about 25 - the added movements make it take longer.

*

And now I've dusted-off one of those old 'ion' therapy machines because I want to make it shock my gut into vanishing. I run a belt around the flabby bit and put the electrodes under it and set the dial to shock as much as I can reasonably tolerate - in the hope it's going to rid me of the spare tyre - so I can go shirtless later this year and show off my chest, back and arms.

Any tips on moving belly fat? I suppose there's a couple of kilos to shift. The new trousers are very low waisted so it's almost impossible to hide it by 'keeping it under your belt.'

And thanks for the great tips so far. Keep them coming. I'm a bit late in the day to transform myself into a macho man, but I'm keen to be as good as I can be. - And I don't want to be a macho anyway... I just want to look and be strong.



I see...hmm

Yes,i see things are improving for you mael,and why not ?
Youve realized you have gears,good show old chap...haha
Ok seriously now...gut is the last thing to go on a body..That is the bad news..
Btw ive hit the home gym this time,not going public its a drag,put on a bit of muscle already in a week already,but then ive always put of muscle fast..(happily)
There are way to remove it but you wont be interested in thyroid treatments ,lipo so we wont go there..
The problem is i find some bastards can trim up in that area easily,but others still show some tread and to be honest some tread is good....We arent talking about a tyre but tread !
Fact-you cant gain muscle and lose fat at the same time period...
Calorie fasting eats muscle but mostly fat,So there is a dilemma in that area..
If you can put on the required muscle you think you need before you continue training and drop the calories you will then lossseee fat and muscle loss will be kept to a minimum which is what we want..DO NOT make the mistake of removing all fats from your diet ,many do this and may actually gain weight instead...its a mistake to teach your body to reserve fat ,you need to teach it to burn it by throwing it some sticks and keeping it happy..During breakfast is a good time to use some fats and every 2nd daily meal will keep the body happily coached,after all it needs fats,its not a want..Ive done this and it works.
The best way to lose fat are 3 of the best tips i can think of..they are FOOD,WATER,AND CARDIO..that means...good foods (youve got taht down) Water (done)Cardio well lets review it !

Cardio..some people think a walk to the letter box counts as cardio...You obviously know what cardio means though..So ....cardio in easy terms a healthy huff puff for 35-45 minutes will do it for you and make that a few times a week..(i did it 5 times amongst my training...)
The huff puff thing is a better way to keep up with your calorie burning cardio than say...to count your BPM on your wrist while exercising....Just run RUn everywhere ,run and have funnnn..
Tell me how your going later..
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