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    Yep. They mostly work the triceps and chest. Be...

    Yep. They mostly work the triceps and chest. Be careful with your form so you don't irritate your shoulders.

    When I saw the thread title, I thought it was about french onion dip and stuff :-)
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    I can find frozen whiting for $2.50/lb. But yeah,...

    I can find frozen whiting for $2.50/lb. But yeah, sometimes I buy lean cuts of conventionally raised meats and just trim off the larger chunks of fat.
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    You got me beat! I'm around 165 at 5'11". But I...

    You got me beat! I'm around 165 at 5'11". But I can only squat 315 and deadlift 415. I don't think I'd be extremely fat at 200, but there is no way I could gain 35 pounds of more muscle. Hell, based...
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    Doing all your sets of one exercise before moving...

    Doing all your sets of one exercise before moving to the next creates more fatigue and metabolic stress on the muscles being worked by that exercise. In general, this results in a greater adaptation...
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    So freakin' hilarious. "It's tha R. Forty ounces...

    So freakin' hilarious. "It's tha R. Forty ounces of malt liquor make me wanna tell you somethin'"
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    Martin Berkhan wrote this post about maximum...

    Martin Berkhan wrote this post about maximum muscular bodyweight a while (couple years) ago:

    Maximum Muscular Potential of Drug-Free Athletes (Updated Dec 31st) | Intermittent fasting diet for fat...
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    Yesss!!! You are awesome, sb! *applause*

    Yesss!!! You are awesome, sb! *applause*
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    Yeah, I thought that was pretty obvious as well...

    Yeah, I thought that was pretty obvious as well :-)



    I was agreeing with you, sw :-) I see what you're saying more clearly, but I didn't mean to come off as disagreeing in any way.

    I think...
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    I would bet money the "before" and "after" are...

    I would bet money the "before" and "after" are reversed. I mean really, why would he be flexing and stuff before and not after?
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    Also, you shouldn't judge a book by its cover....

    Also, you shouldn't judge a book by its cover. Just because someone isn't totally ripped and hyooge (or even if they're in "bad" shape) doesn't necessarily mean they don't know about strength...
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    :-) Lol! I like it. Although I think that would...

    :-) Lol! I like it. Although I think that would have been more applicable in the olden days. Nowadays, poor-people food is fast food/processed :-(
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    Yep, that sounds normal. The top layer is almost...

    Yep, that sounds normal. The top layer is almost certainly fat and the lower layer is the actual broth. Since it is beef stock, the top layer should solidify pretty hard. This makes it easy to remove...
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    Yeah, it's crap. Just one example: "Animal...

    Yeah, it's crap. Just one example:

    "Animal fat, coconut oil, palm oil, lard and butter are filled with saturated fats and LDL cholesterol. "

    Cholesterol is only found in animal foods. Failure...
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    Since we're talking about different colored sweet...

    Since we're talking about different colored sweet potatoes, the purple-fleshed ones with the light tan skin (Hawaiin, I think) are THE BEST. Put a little bit of coconut oil and top *drooool* They are...
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    I like them both. Everyday Paleo Around the...

    I like them both. Everyday Paleo Around the World: Italian Cuisine has some good recipes that use white sweet potatoes (or plain white potatoes). I really like the souffle recipe made with coconut...
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    Yeah. I know it's probably already been said in...

    Yeah. I know it's probably already been said in this thread, but when you get close to setting it down, and then reverse that motion before fully setting it down, it puts a lot of stress on your...
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    High-oleic sunflower oil makes good mayonnaise....

    High-oleic sunflower oil makes good mayonnaise. If that's not what you want, avocado or macadamia oil would work as well.
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    Try not to worry too much. It won't do you much...

    Try not to worry too much. It won't do you much good to worry anyway :-) Yes, the MCTs would have increased ketone production. But with your carb intake of 150-190, you should not have been in deep...
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    Ok. So that means your blood sugar was probably...

    Ok. So that means your blood sugar was probably 44mg/dL. The diagnosis most would give for that is reactive hypoglycemia. It's strange that you didn't have the normal hypo symptoms with a reading...
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    My thoughts exactly. Your lower back will fatigue...

    My thoughts exactly. Your lower back will fatigue long before your legs if you don't set the weight down between reps.
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    I think it's better to get your fats from whole...

    I think it's better to get your fats from whole foods. Especially polyunsaturated fats like omega-3s. They are fragile fats and are prone to oxidation when they are extracted from their whole food...
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    Are you in the U.S.? In the U.S. mg/dL is used,...

    Are you in the U.S.? In the U.S. mg/dL is used, but most other countries use mmol/L. That would be what I would find out first. Do you have a history of diabetes?
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    That sounds like an oral glucose tolerance test...

    That sounds like an oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT). I'm assuming that the blood glucose units are mg/dL and not mmol/L. If the measurement was in mmol/L, that would be very high and indicate...
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    I think what is important is to have the bar...

    I think what is important is to have the bar touching your shins when you get down in the start position, and to keep the bar over your mid-foot at all times. Yeah, I think if it's touching your...
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    I think arkazonian is referring to the Primal...

    I think arkazonian is referring to the Primal Blueprint Fitness e-book, Warmbear :-)

    arkazonian, I haven't read the PBF e-book in a long time, but I thought it had a recommendation on when to...
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