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    Sorry to hear you're still struggling so much....

    Sorry to hear you're still struggling so much. It's been said a few times on here, but it really boils down to just doing it and being disciplined. Those snacks are NOT OK and you should try to stick...
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    I hate gyms but I got fit doing everything from...

    I hate gyms but I got fit doing everything from home. Kettlebell training was the best bang for my buck.
    Whatever you choose, you need some form of resistance training.
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    I suggest you use a tracker for a few weeks to...

    I suggest you use a tracker for a few weeks to see where you're at in terms of food intake. I have a feeling you may be consuming more calories than you think and may be cheating too much. Been...
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    Listened to it, found it very interesting. Had no...

    Listened to it, found it very interesting. Had no idea about the parboiled rice and how it was produced! Managed to source it here.
    Agree with the other poster about the format of the podcast, but...
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    That would be this massive thread on...

    That would be this massive thread on http://melchiormeijer.wordpress.com/2013/12/19/wordt-honig-aardappelzetmeel-de-paleo-hack-van-2013/
    Interesting discussion going on there, quite a few people...
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    Not a CW moment but I was pleasantly surprised to...

    Not a CW moment but I was pleasantly surprised to see this in my local park about feeding the ducks bread:

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/6599761/pics/2013-09-29%2012.00.14%20%28Medium%29.jpg
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    In general but I found it works when working out...

    In general but I found it works when working out too. I never go to failure though, different training philosophy (daily practice) so no need to psych myself up all the time, only occasionally to see...
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    I like listening to classical music while lifting...

    I like listening to classical music while lifting but hey, I'm a sissy kettlebell lifter...
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    GTG works, Pavel knows his stuff. Easy strength...

    GTG works, Pavel knows his stuff. Easy strength takes a leap of faith but when you actually do it you'll see results with much less chance of injury compared to going to failure. The Naked Warrior is...
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    The typical advice for men is to start with 16kg...

    The typical advice for men is to start with 16kg but since you have experience lifting I'd go for the 24 or even the 32. I need a 40 now to keep progressing on the S+S programme, and I'm not really...
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    I've been doing S+S for the last 2 weeks and I...

    I've been doing S+S for the last 2 weeks and I think it's great. I'm using the 32kg now and have completed the "simple" goal. Will get a 40kg next year. To those pouring scorn on kettlebells, you...
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    I order from The Kefir Company through Amazon,...

    I order from The Kefir Company through Amazon, works pretty well for me.
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    It's not easy with all the temptations around,...

    It's not easy with all the temptations around, but I'll repeat myself saying I really think you should try to have bigger regular meals and try to quit the habit of snacking as it seems to be a...
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    Tim, I was wondering: have you ever had any...

    Tim, I was wondering: have you ever had any reports of people supplementing RS who sleep better, yet shorter?
    I haven't been consistent with adding potato starch so my experience is inconclusive,...
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    It seems very common in the USA, over here in...

    It seems very common in the USA, over here in Europe not so much. I never understood why and I'm glad my parents didn't do this to me...
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    Knifegill, maybe you should try 2 days on, 2 days...

    Knifegill, maybe you should try 2 days on, 2 days off like I am doing now. It's saving me a lot of money and seems to be sustainable because on the "days off" you get to eat lots of protein and a...
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    If I were you, worrying about potatoes in...

    If I were you, worrying about potatoes in Thailand is the last thing you should do. Enjoy the local food, stay away from the deep fried and sweet stuff, and you should be OK. Their traditional...
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    Interested in how it goes for you. I'm a similar...

    Interested in how it goes for you. I'm a similar build and weight than yourself. I'm still doing my 2 days on 2 days off experiment. Too early to tell, but weight seems hard to lower (hard to go...
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    The nice thing about kettlebells is they are so...

    The nice thing about kettlebells is they are so versatile and can be used for both conditioning and strength, up to you what you focus on. If you build up your swings using proper form (good idea to...
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    Good stuff MsSmith. Hope you can keep it up....

    Good stuff MsSmith. Hope you can keep it up. Please make sure to post back with whether you can keep this off or not.
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    You certainly can, as long as you go heavy...

    You certainly can, as long as you go heavy enough. I'm using a 32kg now and I'm considering buying a "bulldog" (40 kg) My heart rate easily goes above 170, and I'm pretty well conditioned these days
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    How about a less extreme and more reasonable approach? I'm a big proponent of the Perfect Health Diet as written by Paul Jaminet, and for which Mark Sisson wrote the foreword. Basically like primal...
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    Knife, I'm a bit confused about why you are doing...

    Knife, I'm a bit confused about why you are doing this. Aren't you the guy who's been vlc for a long time and had success with it? I think it's great you're adding taters to your diet but surely in...
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    This is exactly what I intend to find out over...

    This is exactly what I intend to find out over the course of a month, with the emphasis on leaning out while limiting strength loss. Just done 2 days of kettlebell workouts (500 swings per day with...
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    I very recently did about one week of plain,...

    I very recently did about one week of plain, boiled potatoes and chicken broth. Apart from the first day of light-headedness, it went quite well and was easy for me to do: about 1.5kg of potatoes per...
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