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    Hill sprints actually have a lower chance of...

    Hill sprints actually have a lower chance of injury, which could be quite useful. Water, like recommended above, can really help strengthen your knee back up, so maybe you could work up to a hill.
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    What about purchasing an outdoor grill? You don't...

    What about purchasing an outdoor grill? You don't necessarily have to get a large expensive ones, but the george foreman sized outdoor one's could help. The smell won't come inside, you'll get your...
  3. @Dragonmamma bootcamp sounds better than all that...

    @Dragonmamma bootcamp sounds better than all that running, biking and swimming though!

    @Periquin No problemo, I bet that video got a big laugh too
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    Lol!
  5. "Training For an Ironman" -Hilarious Video

    Video has me cracking up and I figure everyone could use some more laughter in their lives. It's got some language so it might be *Not Safe For Work*
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    For anyone having bathroom problems (very...

    For anyone having bathroom problems (very scientific) with coconut oil, try refined, seems to fix the problem from what I've heard and has the same benefits.

    I use to do black coffee/tbsp coconut...
  7. Numbers can be screwed around with, which is why...

    Numbers can be screwed around with, which is why sometimes they're not the best "test". The best test is to go based on feeling, ie more energy, managing stress better, happier, ect...

    On the...
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    Could be a cry out from your body for a wider...

    Could be a cry out from your body for a wider variety of nutrients. This has happened to me before, just switch things up and I'm all good.
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    I thought this was going to be a post about the...

    I thought this was going to be a post about the stock market and got excited...
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    There hasn't been many studies done on nutrient...

    There hasn't been many studies done on nutrient timing not related to working out... But the couple of reasons I can see why not to eat at night are:

    Eating at night makes some people more likely...
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    No.... Chronic cardio implies that cortisol is...

    No.... Chronic cardio implies that cortisol is chronic... Whereas with HIIT or weight lifting there is an interval, a break, where cortisol is not being released.
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    Well I assume as a girl it would naturally do...

    Well I assume as a girl it would naturally do that...at-least more than a man.

    As long as you're being healthy (ie diet, exercise, sleep, sunlight, ect..) which I'm positive you are, it should...
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    It becomes steady state when there is no interval...

    It becomes steady state when there is no interval (ie in your case no rest period) and the main reason it's not appreciated is because of cortisol, not because of the lack of effect it has on fat...
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    Not necessarily. That's more of a mainstream...

    Not necessarily. That's more of a mainstream approach if you know what I mean. The pregnenolone isn't the problem, it's the overproduction of cortisol due to stress that is the problem.

    And...
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    It's not that HIIT is bad or anything, but that...

    It's not that HIIT is bad or anything, but that weight training might raise testosterone more.

    Cortisol and Testosterone are both made from pregnenolone. When you get to producing a lot of...
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    If you read through Matt's blog in entirety (I...

    If you read through Matt's blog in entirety (I have) you'll find that he isn't against fat, protein, paleo foods, ect...

    It's not like he's a conventional wisdom advocate...far from it.

    He...
  17. Awesome! Keep it up!

    Awesome! Keep it up!
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    Sounds like the good life to me! Pets are the...

    Sounds like the good life to me!

    Pets are the best! No joke I'm convinced they are amazing for your health (besides the pooping thing). Where else can you get that kind of unconditional love?
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    Well 3 times a week (weight lifting) is the...

    Well 3 times a week (weight lifting) is the recommendation I give to people with hormonal issues/"adrenal fatigue".... Are you positive you might be experiencing either one of those?

    Generally,...
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    hahahaah

    hahahaah
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    By the way, when I say laughter above, I mean...

    By the way, when I say laughter above, I mean make it a point to watch or listen to something funny everyday. Just like you would shower everyday.
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    Yeah.... Sleep and laughter. Sleep and...

    Yeah.... Sleep and laughter.

    Sleep and laughter are easily the most effective ways to fix cortisol levels, at-least with people I've dealt with.

    Next, realistic thinking:

    I do advocate a...
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    Coffee/caffeine raise adrenaline, so fat burning...

    Coffee/caffeine raise adrenaline, so fat burning should actually be slightly increased. It's also been shown to increase the amount of testosterone released if taken before the workout (after just...
  24. Fair enough xntrik. We've got different opinions...

    Fair enough xntrik. We've got different opinions but like I said, they're not paying me so I don't really have a stake in the matter.
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    Haha doesn't mean you're a fool... to each...

    Haha doesn't mean you're a fool... to each his/her own....I'm the complete opposite, I can only read non-fiction and the closest I get to fiction is a self-development that tells a story (like the...
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