Stego

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  1. There is literally no way to have proper form on a Smith machine.
  2. It's not for getting stronger. It's for health and longevity. And I'm pretty fucking strong in ketosis. I'd be happy to compare with you.
  3. It takes 20-30 days to become fat adapted. You will feel like shit until that happens. Please remember there are very few old strongmen, brother.
  4. Luke, I'm talking health. (I also thought Aceluby was a petite female.) Something you're going to have to worry about someday. I'm a big believer in spending a lot of time in ketosis for health and longevity. Aceluby, I thought you were someone else. The idea of the calories in -- calories out has been disproven so many times that it borders on the absurd that you are still talking like it's the 90's. Go read some Taubes.Shit, you can read almost anything written since 2005. Are you getting your nutrition advice from T-Nation or bodybuilding.com?
  5. Dude. 300g of carbs a day will make you pre-diabetic. Isn't this about health? And that 1g protein/lb of body weight is 90's bro science. Please read some Gary Taubes.
  6. Boskone - Boston - Feb. 19-21, 2016

    I'll be there Saturday.
  7. Running, rowing, jump rope work, and prowler pushes. Push-ups, pull-ups, handstands, dips, and presses. Russian kettlebell swings.Yoke walks and farmers carries.
  8. No sweat. I own a gym and I am used to just telling people what they are doing wrong and not having a discourse. I suppose I should have said 'please.' But the advice still stands.
  9. Stop targeting specific muscles. Do bigger movements.
  10. They force stabilization and they AVOID isolation. Isolation is bad because it does not exist in real life. Functional movement and all that. Yeah. For real. This is a lot like a friend telling you that you're still wearing diapers and it's creepy to everyone else involved but you don't seem to notice. Stay off the dummy machines.
  11. Masculinity

    Unfortunately, this is an unsafe place to discuss masculinity if your opinion isn't a derogatory one. Then it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Tommy, 'ow's yer soul?" But it's "Thin red line of 'eroes" when the drums begin to roll, The drums begin to roll, my boys, the drums begin to roll, O it's "Thin red line of 'eroes" when the drums begin to roll.
  12. Masculinity

    Ok, not capable of rational discussion on this subject. Check.
  13. Masculinity

    More prone to physical strength. Also, more prone to consume more calories.
  14.   Try not to oversimplify how our body works. It's certainly nothing as simple as thermodynamics; it's a series of thousands of different chemical reactions. If all of our food were the same, perhaps that energy balance theory would make sense. But it's not. In fact, our body uses different macronutrients in different ways, mostly due to what your hormone balance looks like.    Please consider reading 'Why We Get Fat' by Gary Taubes. 
  15. Weight Loss Thread

        BMI charts are useless on an individual level.