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    you're 5'8" 260?

    i'm 5'8" about 150-155... can you spare some excess muscle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    you're 5'8" 260?

    i'm 5'8" about 150-155... can you spare some excess muscle?
    No muscle there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WindyCityFlyer View Post
    No muscle there...
    haha nice.


    can you be a little more constructive, Windy? aren't you supposed to be the resident physician?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    you're 5'8" 260?

    i'm 5'8" about 150-155... can you spare some excess muscle?

    sure, as soon as I get some, i'll let ya know.
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    haha... i'm already working on it

    i just did 5 pushups

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    haha... i'm already working on it

    i just did 5 pushups

    BEEFCAKE!!!

    nice, see? you're already ahead of me.

    i'm on 1 pushup...
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    I'm starting up a diet/workout plan (again). I've had some huge success losing weight. I lost close to 50 lbs after football, but a summer of inactivity and an injury in rugby that next fall put me back into poor habits and I gained it all back. I'm currently looking to lose at least 50 lbs again, and I'm taking a bit different approach this time than before.

    The first time I did, my metabolism was incredibly high still from just ending football, so I dropped something like 30 lbs in a month and a half just because I didn't need the 4500-5000+ calories a day I needed in football. Now, however, I'll probably have to spend another 2-3 months to get my metabolism back to where it needs to be for serious fat burning. I'm back on a workout plan that's similar to what I did in football training but is more physique oriented vs. strength oriented. Because I'm looking to gain muscle, I've also jumped into using whey protein (which really pains me because I was so against any kind of supplement when I was in HS). I'll keep you guys updated as I move forward to both keep me honest to my routine and to show off how jacked I may be
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    Is it possible to lower blood pressure without using medication

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    Quote Originally Posted by ifhmondays View Post
    Is it possible to lower blood pressure without using medication
    eat right and exercise...it's the hard way around it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by debo0775 View Post
    I'm starting up a diet/workout plan (again). I've had some huge success losing weight. I lost close to 50 lbs after football, but a summer of inactivity and an injury in rugby that next fall put me back into poor habits and I gained it all back. I'm currently looking to lose at least 50 lbs again, and I'm taking a bit different approach this time than before.

    The first time I did, my metabolism was incredibly high still from just ending football, so I dropped something like 30 lbs in a month and a half just because I didn't need the 4500-5000+ calories a day I needed in football. Now, however, I'll probably have to spend another 2-3 months to get my metabolism back to where it needs to be for serious fat burning. I'm back on a workout plan that's similar to what I did in football training but is more physique oriented vs. strength oriented. Because I'm looking to gain muscle, I've also jumped into using whey protein (which really pains me because I was so against any kind of supplement when I was in HS). I'll keep you guys updated as I move forward to both keep me honest to my routine and to show off how jacked I may be
    whey protein is great, but don't take it in excess, you might damage your kidneys...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    you're 5'8" 260?

    i'm 5'8" about 150-155... can you spare some excess muscle?
    Ditto. I bulk up to around 163 in the heart of the winter, and get scaled back to 155 in my trim summer season.

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    A shaving question. After I shave, there is a rash, only on my chin, of little white bumps. They only show up on my chin and I dont treat that any differently than any other area on my face. Anyone come across this?


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    Quote Originally Posted by WavelandAve View Post
    A shaving question. After I shave, there is a rash, only on my chin, of little white bumps. They only show up on my chin and I dont treat that any differently than any other area on my face. Anyone come across this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bloodhawk View Post
    whey protein is great, but don't take it in excess, you might damage your kidneys...
    im not sure you could drink enough protein to damage your kidneys.

    whey protein has never been linked to kidney damage.

    maybe if you already have kidney problems, you should use moderation. but normal people will not cause kidney damage by taking excess whey protein. Worse case scenerio, there wasting there money by taking to much.
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    Whey protein is not the cause of kidney problems more than any other protein, but if you already get enough protein and are looking to supplement, be sure to keep your water intake high and your carb intake at least fairly high. Over-supplementing with protein over a long period of time will damage the kidneys, as most Americans already get 2 to 2 1/2 times the protein they need.

    Decent article: http://www.doctoryourself.com/kidney2.html

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