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Comment by Double Standards??? on December 30, 2009 at 10:46am
Monica, could you post what type of exercise you do on the "What type of training do you do?" discussion.
Comment by Monica Meas on December 30, 2009 at 1:19am
I've started a working out again, so just looking for support :D
Comment by Not important on September 4, 2009 at 3:00pm
I used to be a gymnast, when I stopped it was because I opened a gym w/ some other ppl & I still did conditioning w/ my team and other stuff on my own. Then I began a full time position directing preschool gymnastics, now I've been working a desk job for the last year.
I've never felt more out of shape. Granted I still look fit, I bet I couldn't do 5 pull ups. I'm going to start w/ a personal trainer this month. I hope they are insane tough. Boy do I need it.
I'm also watching the types of food I eat since I am way less active.
Comment by Nathan on July 6, 2009 at 1:17pm
@ Dave...

I get all my supplements from (use coupon code NPP443 for a 5% discount)

I know this seems like spamming but it's not...I just happen to be an atheist and lift weights seriously, and happen to have a discount code for that company.

They are based in San Diego, and the owner and his crew are top notch guys. They do more of a "wholesale" type project. You can order bulk amounts (5% off of anything 16 or more lbs, which is like 3 of the tubs you would buy at the store)

To answer your question...I don't like those stimulant "pump" products. The best way to get a good "pump" is to properly time some carbohydrates and water (prior to training), and focus on the muscle being trained (I'm assuming you are bodybuilding or just training for fun...most powerlifters don't care about a pump).

nice to be here, btw.
Comment by Brad on March 30, 2009 at 8:22pm
anyone have any good tips on supplements, i just tried superpump250 from gaspari nutrition, lots of stimulants and creatine 30 calories per scoop
Comment by Moonbeam on February 7, 2009 at 4:22pm
It's funny how hard it is for a lot of theists to stay in shape. You'd think they could pray about it or something. Their god is useless for even the the most basic problems they have.

Hi all, I like to lift weights and wish I liked to do aerobics. Currently trying to make myself get up in the morning and just do 30 minutes on the treadmill, some intervals. Morning seems to be the best time for aerobics; I can't push myself after a weight work-out in the evening. But I'm so tired and lazy in the morning....

I'll keep trying.
Comment by Mdooo1 on August 3, 2008 at 9:35am
Anybody running a juice program?

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