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I went into my gym last night, and apparently they got rid of every barbell in the place. When I asked about it, they told me that I can do all the same exercises on the smith machines. :cry: Did you kick them in the face ? Are they getting them back? I did not kick them in then face, and they will...
- Thu Sep 02, 2010 9:32 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: Classic question - do you avoid the gym with a cold?
- Replies: 12
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^^ thisKPj wrote:If it's something minor I'll just go in, warm up, and see how I feel. If I happen to feel great after the warm up, i'll still approach it cautiously. There's been various times when i've had a cold that's lasted about a month and i'm sure it's because i refused to back off training.
So I'm going to Japan. 11 hour flight. Ugh. 10-hour working day that starts 2 hours after I land. Ugh again. 2 12-hour working days after that, and then another 11 hour flight back. Oh, and plus the connecting flights Stockholm-Amsterdam. So a total of 36 hours travel and 34 hours working in 5 days...
Never quite realised how bad sugars are for your teeth untill i started eating lowcarb. I feel like i could go for days without brushing now. (Mind you, i still do twice a day. Just they feel clean all day long regardless. Eating sugars makes me want to brush my teeth hourly, pretty much) seriously...
- Mon Aug 09, 2010 11:31 am
- Forum: ExRx lounge
- Topic: Should i bother with "The Wire" box set
- Replies: 17
- Views: 16483
You are a terrible human being. I hope the libertarians abort you.frogbyte wrote:The only good thing to ever come of Family Guy was the awesome episode of South Park that mocked how crappy Family Guy is.
I'm getting 2 days consecutively later this month.........Helena115 wrote:Ah, well this is Sweden. 25 days vacation per year (it's your right by law), and out of those you have a right to have 3 weeks consecutively sometime in June, July or August.frigginwizard wrote: O_O I cant remember the last time I had an entire week off
- Fri Jul 30, 2010 9:35 am
- Forum: ExRx lounge
- Topic: What's everyone's career?
- Replies: 52
- Views: 33652
Most of you probably already know about me. I'm a Unix/Linux systems engineer. At my current job that I've had the last 3 and a half years, I mainly work on Redhat Enterprise Linux and Solaris. However at home I lean more towards OpenBSD for most non-desktop stuff. I work for a large global hosting...