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  • Originally posted by NZ primal Gwamma View Post
    thanx guys, it was in a thread that he started called " porn - even less primal than twinkies".
    this guy is an absolute NUT CASE!!!!!!!!
    If you click on his name, go to his profile, go to latest starting threads, and then read some of that thread - hil-bloody-arious !!!!!!

    he is a DICK !!!!!!!!, but thats just MY OPINION !!!!!!!

    anyway all good here
    G x

    oh and Badger - I don't think that I could ever DO THAT, but good on you girl !!!!!!!! Owch !!!!!
    I reckons your opinion carries a bit more weight round here than his....I did have a very quick squint at the profile, but can't be arsed to track down what the nobber said, and I hope whatever you said was gold to cause it!

    Good to hear your not an emotional wreck after such heinous abuse, if you are get the nips done, that'll take your mind of it....

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    • Originally posted by badgergirl View Post
      Woah! You are a lucky lady. The clamp is fine - the pierce? Holy hells, the PAIN. But it's over very quickly and I love me some adrenalin. I had the first set done 14 or so years ago, but one side rejected within a year or so. Post-breastfeeding they're permanently 'out' so much less chance of rejecting, I hope. I never considered bars - I like the rings, but would never put them in harm's way...ow, that would. Oh, I'm getting sweat prickles even thinking about it.
      You would think that having a bar ripped out would hurt more than both the clamp and the piercing, but it didn't hurt any worse than knocking it, which if done in the 1st couple of weeks after being pierced I found to be the worst pain of all.
      If you're interested in my (very) occasional updates on how I'm working out and what I'm eating click here.

      Originally posted by tfarny
      If you are new to the PB - please ignore ALL of this stuff, until you've read the book, or at least http://www.marksdailyapple.com/primal-blueprint-101/

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      • body piercings will always get played with which is why rings get a bit dicey in places they can snag. my worst piercing story was the next day putting too much on the bench press. melt down week so I loaded 40kgs on the bar thinking it was 35. up, down to nipple level and then couldn't lift it. ( how times has changed! ). I had to roll it down over my chest to get it off and that hurt. there is a doctor in town here who does body piercings who uses a local anaesthetic. that particular piercing I reckon the local hurt worse than the piercing would have as it was like being stung by a swarm of wasps!

        gym day today. plus the grandson's b'day. I have made a fire breathing dragon cake Fire-Breathing Dragon Cake!! oh so not primal LOL well truly the only issue is the sugar and the lollies for decoration. we used Hershey's kisses for the spine not graham crackers. he will be happy anyways which is the main thing. we're having bbq'd bambi as well by sheer co-incidence!

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        • What a cool cake!! I think the kisses would make it even better - the crackers look kind of bulky.

          All the talk of piercings makes me want to *very quietly pick up my toys and back slowly out of the thread*. You people are scary
          Started Feb 18 2011

          Tried basic primal and almost everything else in pursuit of IBS control, mood stability, and weight loss.

          Journalling here

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          • 2 funny Jac. You would never know I had any dodgy piercings looking at me. other than the navel but that is no longer dodgy. mine's been there for 20 years from when it was a bit dubious. kinda like you'd never know I went bush and shot bambi by looking at me.

            gym was awesome as usual. deads up to 70kgs on the last 2 sets of 5. easily. my form must be good as my mid quads are cutting up real well. and that was the point of deloading back in weight and doing more reps. 110kgs on the last 2 sets of 10 on the glute bridge. the triset I do at the end I love. 10,15,20,15,10 reps of each. cable cross overs with 30lbs on each cable. stiff arm pushdown with 30lbs + 2.5kgs on the stack and ab wheel. everything from the waist up burns by the end.

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            • was out way too late and ate way too much cake. you know you are not primal when....

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              • "was out way too late and ate way too much cake. you know you are not primal when...."

                That is fantastic Seas.
                Last edited by Annieh; 02-20-2014, 04:02 PM.
                Annie Ups the Ante
                http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread117711.html

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                • yeah you gotta love the internet for all the cool things you can find to make and do.

                  back into it here. boo. the truck is being oil changed so I walked home over the hill and around the bend a few times before doubling back to come home and work. Quite peaceful walking without the dog on the lead. It also felt really really good to stretch my legs and get some blood flow after the gym yesterday.

                  I have worked out I can drink venison broth neat and it tastes nice. and this is after I've given the dog most of the bones. I prob need to get in the habit of getting bones when I go shopping and throwing them in the slow cooker on a regular basis to make stock.

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                  • Very cool cake - you must be the best granny on the block

                    I did the weights again this morning, and saw gains in reps all round. Yay! I'm probably getting to where I could increase the weight a bit. I need to find something to put on top of the stack that weighs about 2kg, since otherwise any increase would have to be just over 5kgs. Wobbly muscles now . . .

                    Seas, I did lat pulldowns, but felt them more in my arms and shoulders and across the front near my collarbones??. I don't seem to be doing anything that targets my upper back region. Is it a form thing do you think? I was wondering if I should lower the weight on it??
                    Started Feb 18 2011

                    Tried basic primal and almost everything else in pursuit of IBS control, mood stability, and weight loss.

                    Journalling here

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                    • Jac I got some of those pretty little coloured dumbbells off trademe second hand dirt cheap and I use them to load the stack for in between weights. not much else useful you can do with a 0.5kg electric pink dumbbell! upper back you can do seated row? I do stiff arm pushdowns over lat pulldowns as I reckon they do more other muscles. eg triceps and forearms and you need to hold your core solid. it is definitely a form thing and you poss do need to lower the weight to get the form. bearing in mind I can do them properly as i get supervised LOL I still lose form if the weight is too heavy or I get tired. you need to focus on using the lats which I found really tricky to begin with. don't even think about your arms at all other than as levers and try to do the whole movement with your lats. my pt used to put his hand on my lats to feel if they were working which helped. I know too with the stiff arm pushdowns, you need to control the movement all the time in both directions with your lats which is also quite tricky. As you use power to lower the bar and then you brake in the opposing direction as it raises. I like exercises like that that make you think. they complement the nasty brute force big lifts very well I reckon.

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                      • Thanks seas - I have a session with a new PT on Wednesday morning, so I'll get him to help me with them.

                        In other news - naturally the dog ended up with an infected paw . She's on antibiotics now, and looking quite grotty - I think they might be making her feel awful as well as the paw. No zoomies for her for a while!!
                        Started Feb 18 2011

                        Tried basic primal and almost everything else in pursuit of IBS control, mood stability, and weight loss.

                        Journalling here

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                        • hi guys, sorry I have been AWOL again !!!!!!! Akaroa this time. dad swam the 2.8km harbour race and got second in his age group. He is 78 yeras young, and completed the swim in 56minutes. I thoufght that was amazing !!!!!!!!!

                          anyway hope you are all good
                          ........and Seas that cake was FANTASTIC - clever you !!!!!!!!
                          "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

                          ...small steps....

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                          • Originally posted by Jac View Post
                            In other news - naturally the dog ended up with an infected paw . She's on antibiotics now, and looking quite grotty - I think they might be making her feel awful as well as the paw. No zoomies for her for a while!!
                            Aw, poor puppy
                            Hope she's back to full zooming capability soon Jac.
                            If you're interested in my (very) occasional updates on how I'm working out and what I'm eating click here.

                            Originally posted by tfarny
                            If you are new to the PB - please ignore ALL of this stuff, until you've read the book, or at least http://www.marksdailyapple.com/primal-blueprint-101/

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                            • Originally posted by NZ primal Gwamma View Post
                              hi guys, sorry I have been AWOL again !!!!!!! Akaroa this time. dad swam the 2.8km harbour race and got second in his age group. He is 78 yeras young, and completed the swim in 56minutes. I thoufght that was amazing !!!!!!!!!

                              anyway hope you are all good
                              ........and Seas that cake was FANTASTIC - clever you !!!!!!!!
                              Wow, that is outstanding Gwamma!

                              Just got home myself this morning. My parents fly home tonight after visiting for a few weeks. Somehow I've managed to put over 1.5" on while they've been here, which socks a little as we were supposed to using their visit to reinforce their primal diet
                              If you're interested in my (very) occasional updates on how I'm working out and what I'm eating click here.

                              Originally posted by tfarny
                              If you are new to the PB - please ignore ALL of this stuff, until you've read the book, or at least http://www.marksdailyapple.com/primal-blueprint-101/

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                              • dad swam the 2.8km harbour race and got second in his age group. He is 78 yeras young, and completed the swim in 56minutes.
                                we went in at akaroa harbour on our way up north on the fishing boat when I went away tuna fishing a few years back. we got followed in by a pod of hector's dolphins. totally unreal as they all had scars all across their back and I so wondered why they made a bee line for the boat and the surfed along with us right next to the prow. one of the old farmers here told me when I got home that they get high on the oxygen bubbles from the boat which must be the only rational reason as they were definitely on a mission. and that G is incredibly impressive. Swimming in the ocean, even a harbour, is way harder than swimming in a pool and I reckon a lot of people half his age couldn't manage it, let alone in that time! way to go!!!

                                I acquired me a proper BBQ today off my neighbour who is leaving the country. OMG it has gas burners and hot plates and well. no more cooking on the fire if I want to BBQ at home! I have to make the kids roast pork for dinner as they wanted it but we're having BBQ for the rest of the week. recipes welcome.

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