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  1. DHEA - Current Status and Availability in Canada?

    Is this still an under the counter health food store kind of supplement?
  2. Thread: TredSled

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    That's gotta be expensive. My old tire isn't as...

    That's gotta be expensive. My old tire isn't as pretty though.
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    ... On the "not firing" front I was quite...

    ... On the "not firing" front I was quite surprised how little I used my ass to run until I fixed my incredibly bad posture. If you are a desk cripple and exhibit tight quads, shoulder slump, tight...
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    It's also becoming pretty clear that how you...

    It's also becoming pretty clear that how you express your genetics is very related to the effort you put in environmentally. I think it's kind of neat that you can actually modify epigenetics via...
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    I liked Praetorian's original post BUT there are...

    I liked Praetorian's original post BUT there are big dogs and little dogs. There are also big men and little men. If you are a Kenyan distance runner you may not have the genetics to put on big...
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    Lots of veg, nuts, olives, berries, sweet...

    Lots of veg, nuts, olives, berries, sweet potatoe/yams, beets, carrots, parsnips, spaghetti/acorn squash, rice (yes I know), regular potatoes (meh but I like them).
    I also still eat oatmeal and...
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    Grains are great for starving populations. They...

    Grains are great for starving populations. They store for many years and are resistant to rot and molds. IMO if it doesn't go bad in less than 5 days it isn't food. Grains in general, even the...
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    I always enjoyed Kennedy's rags. Like many...

    I always enjoyed Kennedy's rags. Like many others I gave up on magazines in the 90's. Web based articles and reporting is so much more interactive. It's a shame that no one was able to develop a...
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    Who said bodybuilding was gay?

    Who said bodybuilding was gay?
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    AMA Declares Obesity a Disease...

    .... and I have the cure! Stop sticking shit in your mouth :p
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    Signal to Noise ratio on this kind of wide band...

    Signal to Noise ratio on this kind of wide band data storage has to be insane. Using it after the fact as evidence seems pretty easy but using it as actionable intelligence is close to miraculous. ...
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    I believe the "sharing" of data between us,...

    I believe the "sharing" of data between us, canada, uk, australia and new zealand falls under the Echelon program... Five Eyes
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    The technology is in place and providers are...

    The technology is in place and providers are required to be able to provide information on demand but there's no rumour of the canadian government actively hoovering up all the transaction records...
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    It's amazing how much natural talent the elite...

    It's amazing how much natural talent the elite bodybuilders have. Many of them seem to succeed despite any sane approach to diet or training. Surreal training volumes and the ability to turn...
  15. A lot of cardiologists were sold on the myth that...

    A lot of cardiologists were sold on the myth that dietary cholesterol and saturated fats are significant causes of heart disease.
    Statins have made billions of dollars for big pharma despite the...
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    Bacon :)

    Bacon :)
  17. Poll: Taser used purely out of spite on the wife first....

    Taser used purely out of spite on the wife first. California police have a shoot first laugh after policy that is pretty darn scary. Had the home owner been black in a poor neighborhood rather...
  18. Poll: Glad I don't live in 'Murica'. In an earlier...

    Glad I don't live in 'Murica'.

    In an earlier life I hung around with a few hoodlums and I've seen many a leo show a significant amount of restraint.
    Abusing the innocent is just plain bizarre.
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    Yes, Konstantinov is a Crossfitter... ;)

    Yes, Konstantinov is a Crossfitter... ;)
  20. Testosterone replacement therapy improves insulin resistance

    http://eje-online.org/content/154/6/899.long

    ... in Hypogonadal men with type 2 diabetes.

    An interesting study. Correlation and causation aren't the same and in reading the study it may be the...
  21. Thread: ABS

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    His upper back isn't rounded when he is...

    His upper back isn't rounded when he is deadlifting a mere 700 pounds or so. He has picture perfect form until he is doing things like deadlifting 939lbs with no belt.

    The abs are for stability....
  22. Thread: ABS

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    http://www.markbellpower.com/no-mo-back-fat/ ...

    http://www.markbellpower.com/no-mo-back-fat/

    Here's Mark Bell @ 249 pounds ... Elite Power lifter down from 300 or so and a good example of what is under that big stomach.
    ...
  23. Thread: ABS

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    The last time I was on the Palumbo train I was up...

    The last time I was on the Palumbo train I was up to an hour a day of walking to keep losing fat by week 20. If you are within 16 weeks of your target weight then Palumbo works well but if you are...
  24. Thread: ABS

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    Those aren't your abs, unless you think your...

    Those aren't your abs, unless you think your psoas and hip flexors are abs. Don't get me wrong the hip flexors are incredibly important for mobility in athletics, as is the entire posterior chain...
  25. Thread: ABS

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    It sounds silly. The function of the abs is to...

    It sounds silly. The function of the abs is to stabilize your body. Squat or Deadlift and your abs will be fully engaged with the muscles of your lower back keeping your body aligned and stable. ...
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