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>> No. 5120 Anonymous
27th March 2020
Friday 5:55 pm
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I can't do squats due to a bad knee so what can I do instead?

At the moment I'm doing deadlifts and step-ups on a 12" high block. Both for high reps.
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>> No. 5141 Anonymous
29th March 2020
Sunday 7:12 pm
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>>5140

I just think he has a very limited vision of what fiction encompasses. If I wrote an autobiography and I made a load of stuff up it would be a work of fiction but it wouldn't be any more or less believable than if I wrote the truth.

Likewise if I wrote about an imaginary fight that happened in my local pub last December it would also be a work of fiction, but it'd be entirely believable because there are often fights in my local.

Not all fiction fits within the format of the novel.
>> No. 5143 Anonymous
29th March 2020
Sunday 7:23 pm
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>>5141
> Not all fiction fits within the format of the novel.

While I'm here I might as well go full on robot moon oven and point out that not all novels are written in the first person, and that not all third person accounts are fictional.

Let's imagine that I follow you around for the day and write down everything you do, all the conversations you have, while chatting with you all the while about what you think about the things that are happening to you.

Upon reading, given the criteria of >>5137, this account is going to be quite utterly unrealistic. The focus will be on a single person, all the other characters will seem empty and not have their motivations explained, all the minor characters will only ever be seen talking to the main character or, perhaps, friends of his and the only real motivation explained will be that of the main character (as only his thoughts are revealed to the author.

Really all of this is a function of narrative, not of fiction.
>> No. 5144 Anonymous
30th March 2020
Monday 3:20 am
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>>5140
>he's chosen specific examples that would probably be indicative of a poor author, but it happens in almost any work of fiction.

Sure the point was to spell it out for people, and to do that you need examples people will understand and by definition those are simplistic and obvious.

>>5143
>Upon reading, given the criteria of >>5137, this account is going to be quite utterly unrealistic. The focus will be on a single person, all the other characters will seem empty and not have their motivations explained, all the minor characters will only ever be seen talking to the main character or, perhaps, friends of his and the only real motivation explained will be that of the main character (as only his thoughts are revealed to the author.

If you record all of it, isn't going to be unrealistic at all, but it will probably be a dull meandering mess though because real life regularly is.

As soon as you start editing it down and picking parts to weave a story though you are creating a fiction. You can call that a narrative instead if you like that is just semantics.

Even if you never add anything new, it is a fiction, because you have inserted an intent.


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>> No. 5146 Anonymous
30th March 2020
Monday 4:34 am
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>>5144
> As soon as you start editing it down and picking parts to weave a story though you are creating a fiction.

So by your definition all (auto)biographies and memoirs are works of fiction? The idea indeed may have some merit, just interested if that's exactly what you mean.

> For a given value of believable, believability is just about how deeply you are willing to dig. If you are willing to go to the really anal layers the details at some point will be wrong

I think you're right about this. The thing about most fiction is that it's designed to be entertaining. The dull day to day that most of us experience isn't exactly exciting or entertaining so things have to be tweaked or changed to make it so.

To take an example that I know a lot about, it's always fairly obvious to me how utterly fake all computer hacking/security stuff on TV and in films is; exactly because I know what computer hacking really looks like (someone in their underwear staring at a laptop for weeks at a time, for up to 96 hours at a go, swearing a lot, drinking metric shit tons of coffee or booze, smoking a ton of fags, potentially ingesting other drugs, until eventually he somehow figures it out) and it isn't entertaining at all.
>> No. 5147 Anonymous
30th March 2020
Monday 12:20 pm
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>>5146

>So by your definition all (auto)biographies and memoirs are works of fiction? The idea indeed may have some merit, just interested if that's exactly what you mean.

That is exactly what I mean. It might be based on a true story, but it is always 'sexed up' in some way, boring bits are cut out, it is focused in to a story. It is at that point to me a work of fiction.

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>> No. 5092 Anonymous
13th March 2020
Friday 12:12 pm
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My 12yo niece wants to get fit. Can /fat/ recommend some workouts?
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>> No. 5114 Anonymous
20th March 2020
Friday 9:01 am
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>> No. 5115 Anonymous
20th March 2020
Friday 1:13 pm
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>>5107
I find Logan Paul's antics really unpleasant (same for the brother whose name escapes me) but I'm not sure it's really that different to Jackass or those cokehead Saturday morning kids' TV presenters we used to have.

I did hear that one of those Pauls was getting into some kind of a Youtuber boxing match, no matter who wins we should all get to have a good laugh at that one.
>> No. 5116 Anonymous
20th March 2020
Friday 1:15 pm
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>>5115
Oh, I thought he meant Paul Joseph Watson. That makes more sense.
>> No. 5117 Anonymous
20th March 2020
Friday 1:18 pm
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>>5115
>I did hear that one of those Pauls was getting into some kind of a Youtuber boxing match, no matter who wins we should all get to have a good laugh at that one.
I love boxing news, me. But I can never find the time to follow it. Can you let us know how Lewis vs Tyson goes as well?
>> No. 5118 Anonymous
20th March 2020
Friday 1:23 pm
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>>5117
Lewis is a racecar driver you dumbfuck.

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>> No. 4996 Anonymous
29th January 2020
Wednesday 10:42 pm
4996 Quitting Smoking
I'm going to attempt to quit smoking and was wondering if any of you had tips or experiences to share? We did have a thread a few years back but it seems to have disappeared from the catalogue, though from what I remember Allen Carr's book was highly recommended.

My stats if they help put things into context:
7 a day on weekdays, 4 on weekends. 9 years of smoking.

The discrepancy on the weekdays is that I have a work routine of smoking during my breaks. There's a question there of what I'm supposed to do if I'm not smoking.
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>> No. 5087 Anonymous
16th February 2020
Sunday 12:30 pm
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>>5085

It's worth bearing in mind that vaping is at least 95% less harmful than smoking according to Public Health England, so even if you're vaping like a steam train you've gained most of the health benefits of quitting smoking. Quitting vaping is a bonus, but the important thing is staying off the fags.
>> No. 5088 Anonymous
16th February 2020
Sunday 2:19 pm
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I stopped smoking about the time of this thread starting. I was wheezing away with a chest infection outside in the cold and rain puffing away furiously on a pipe and I had a 'what the fuck am I doing?' Moment.

I am definitely still getting the itch but the fact that i was pretentious enough to smoke aromatic pipe tobacco means I'd have to go out my way to acquire more helps.

Might resort to vaping but for now I am alright.
>> No. 5089 Anonymous
16th February 2020
Sunday 5:08 pm
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Alan Carr's book is really working so far. I'm not even sure there is much "method" to it, what has really hit home is a section early-on where he just highlights the whole absurdity of it in terms other than health.

The example that if the shop doesn't have your brand you will still buy a shit brand that tastes awful to you is something I've never thought about. Made me feel like one those people who crack open the fag bins for ends.
>> No. 5090 Anonymous
16th February 2020
Sunday 5:27 pm
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>>5089
Not sure there is much of a method to it - it's just pleasant repetition of things you already know and agree to. It's a clever book, but there isn't a great deal to it.
>> No. 5091 Anonymous
16th February 2020
Sunday 6:19 pm
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>>5088

Vaping is more or less the same thing as smoking flavoured pipe tobacco, honestly. Even the way the inhale feels is far less like a cigarette and more like a good wide bowled pipe.

You'd probably take a shine to it if you tried. Maybe get some zero-nicotine flavours to try.

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>> No. 5065 Anonymous
12th February 2020
Wednesday 10:51 am
5065 TFW fat
I'm fat and I need to lose maybe 4 stone. What's the easiest way of doing it?
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>> No. 5080 Anonymous
15th February 2020
Saturday 4:53 pm
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>>5079

I've been eating carbs so I don't think it's that. It looks like my body is going into fat burning mode and softening up my fat stores.
>> No. 5081 Anonymous
15th February 2020
Saturday 7:35 pm
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>>5079
Ketosis is when your breath smells of pear drops/a bit like arse. You can get little urine testing strips that will actually tell you when you are in ketosis.
>> No. 5082 Anonymous
15th February 2020
Saturday 7:46 pm
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>>5081

>little urine testing strips that will actually tell you when you are in ketosis.

They won't. They don't work, at least not in the context of a keto diet. They are designed for diabetics to monitor their levels of acetoacetate, which is nothing to do with nutritional ketosis.
>> No. 5083 Anonymous
15th February 2020
Saturday 10:54 pm
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>>5080
>fat burning mode
So is this not the same thing as ketosis?

Can you burn fat without being in ketosis? What's the difference?
>> No. 5084 Anonymous
15th February 2020
Saturday 11:19 pm
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>>5083

Ketosis is your body using fat for all of its energy.

Fat burning is still using carbohydrates for energy as per usual, but you east fewer calories than you use so still convert some of your stored fat into energy.

The practical difference is that by replacing dietary carbs (sugars) with fat, you feel fuller quicker and thus dieting is easier. There's anecdotal evidence that in keto you lose weight faster, but that's not necessarily a good thing depending on how fast you're losing weight anyway.

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>> No. 3936 Anonymous
27th October 2016
Thursday 1:45 pm
3936 Fat bastard weight loss thread
Get in here fatlads.

I've made an effort to properly lose weight but have stalled in the last 2 months - and it's starting to creep up. I used to lift weights 3x/week and control the diet, but I can't lift for a while until some medical stuff gets sorted. This has taken a bit of a hit on my progress - or more likely,ive used it an excuse to slack.

What's your story?

P.s. I track calories and weight using my fitness pal.
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>> No. 5057 Anonymous
5th February 2020
Wednesday 12:24 am
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As someone who spent a lot of time in skate parks (albeit many, many years ago), the speed and the jumps don't bother me per se. All those fucking trees, though! And the generally uneven terrain and lack of visibility. Jesus. It'd be like riding a vert ramp with metal bars jutting up out of it for no good reason, only blindfolded.
>> No. 5058 Anonymous
5th February 2020
Wednesday 1:17 am
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>>5057

Visibility is a lot better in real life, don't forget your eyeline will be 6 feet or more on a mountain bike.

Learning to react to the terrain is the whole point, of course.
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9th February 2020
Sunday 3:46 pm
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As an impartial arbiter who has never held any interest in cycling, I can confirm that mountain biking looks like an exciting and challenging hobby for fun people while road cycling looks like an exercise in lycra-clad self-flagellation for office workers too dull to find the sort of girlfriend who'll perform all that genital torture they're secretly craving.
>> No. 5060 Anonymous
9th February 2020
Sunday 4:10 pm
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>>5059

Nah m8. If you're reasonably fit, your bike is sorted and you've got a bit of sense, road cycling is gentle and almost effortless. You fall into a groove where your legs keep turning and the miles keep ticking over. It sounds bonkers, but you get to the point where you can go out for a 100 mile ride on a Sunday morning and still have loads of gas left in the tank.

Also roadie birds are much fitter than MTB birds.


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9th February 2020
Sunday 4:27 pm
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>>5060

Are jules does plenty of MTB too to be fair.

All the proper naughty ones also do track/crit cycling too mind. I'd list some names but it's a bit weird since I know quite a few of them.

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>> No. 4848 Anonymous
25th September 2019
Wednesday 1:13 am
4848 Teeth general
Let's have a general post about dental issues.

So let's say I (a 29-year-old) strongly suspect my lower left canine never fell out but can't actually remember and it's believable that it didn't. (I have a younger cousin well into his 20s who literally has two of certain teeth in his mouth because his mum was 'nicer' than mine). How do I ascertain whether or not this tooth is old or new? And if it's old what is the least painful way to rid myself of it? Is it even safe to try? And if it's new how do I fix my mouth because Jesus it's starting to hurt basically all the time now?

Pretend I have terrible anxiety that once prevented me from going to the dentist at all but now only prevents me from going to the dentist if I don't know what to expect. Also I brush them only once a month or less because I was forcibly kissed from a young age and so intentionally decided to make myself disgusting. Talk to me like I literally don't know what teeth even are.

How are your teeth?
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>> No. 5027 Anonymous
1st February 2020
Saturday 4:13 pm
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I've heard thw rinse or not debate, too. Not rinsing certainly seems to keep your mouth fresh for longer, and morning breth becomes less of a problem. But i'm concerned at leaving so much floride to be absorbed into my body, twice or even three times daily. Lets not delve too deep into the /boo/ of it all, though.
>> No. 5028 Anonymous
1st February 2020
Saturday 9:02 pm
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>>5020

Sonicare toothbrushes have a habit of breaking just after the two year warranty period, too.
>> No. 5029 Anonymous
1st February 2020
Saturday 9:45 pm
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Oral-B are fine if you get the cheap to mid-range ones when they're on sale.
The batteries tend to be the first thing that wear out, if you have a socket in the bathroom it's easy enough to just leave them on charge all day so it's not too much of an issue. The next thing to wear out is the plastic neck that the brush fits onto, I think they intentionally make them out of too-soft plastic but I've still got 4-5 years out of every one I've had.
>> No. 5032 Anonymous
2nd February 2020
Sunday 1:32 pm
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>>5029
>The batteries tend to be the first thing that wear out
>leave them on charge all day so it's not too much of an issue

Isn't that exactly how a battery is worn out?
I thought the healthiest way to use a battery is to deplete it completely before recharging.
>> No. 5033 Anonymous
2nd February 2020
Sunday 2:08 pm
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>>5032

Every electric toothbrush I've seen uses NiMh rather than Li-Ion batteries. NiMh batteries are absolutely fine with being trickle-charged all day.

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>> No. 4970 Anonymous
9th January 2020
Thursday 5:43 pm
4970 Anti-depressants
Started to get that fogginess in my brain after 9 months on SSRIs and it's really fucking with my output at work. Doctor suggested reviewing for a shift over to SNRIs but will it actually help? From what I can tell, they all provide some degree of brain buggery and as this condition has left me on the brink of failing university, I'd rather not hang in hope.

From what I've been reading from independent studies, I may well be better off finding a ket dealer.
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>> No. 4985 Anonymous
14th January 2020
Tuesday 4:48 pm
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>>4982
Citalopram, 40mg.

Update:
Still going cold turkey on it. Mood swing yesterday evening over something trivial followed by a bit of an existential meltdown and an early night. Could've easily got quite nasty the missus managed to calm me down.

Doctor's appt scheduled for Monday afternoon and a preliminary session with a counselor set for Wednesday.
>> No. 4986 Anonymous
14th January 2020
Tuesday 8:12 pm
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>>4985

I can't recommend going cold turkey, for reasons you (and your missus) are becoming aware. You'll feel pretty fucking grim for several weeks, because your serotonin system is going absolutely haywire. If you can't bear to go back on the full 40mg, I'd suggest at least splitting them to 20mg until you can see a doctor and sort out a tapering-off regimen.
>> No. 4989 Anonymous
22nd January 2020
Wednesday 1:05 pm
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>>4986

Saw my delightfully MILFy GP on Monday and she wasn't too enthused about me going cold turkey but didn't give me a bollocking either.

Funnily enough she'd just come over from the Oxford trust that was trialing the s-ketamine and we talked about it a little. She was keen to try something more out of the box for me (i.e. not SSRIs) and we discussed my options. I'm starting on 37.mg (70mg/day) venlafaxine, Easing into it with just the evening dose for the first week and then going all-in. If either of you have any experience with it, I'd love to hear it.

Counselling in a few hours. First time jumping back in for two years. At £50/hr it better blow my fucking bollocks off because at this point I don't think I'd handle it well if not.

I appreciate the kind words and guidance.
>> No. 4991 Anonymous
22nd January 2020
Wednesday 4:59 pm
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>>4989
I was on venlafaxine for a few months, it did make a positive difference but it raised my blood pressure so my GP took me off it.
>> No. 4993 Anonymous
22nd January 2020
Wednesday 6:13 pm
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>>4989

I was on it for almost a year I think? Think it was the same dosage too. It killed my sex drive, but that's naturally freakish so I was still able to have sex etc, I just didn't feel horny and stopped masturbating every day, maybe once a week ish.

If I took it on an empty stomach, I'd start sweating profusely until I threw up. I used this to get out of work once. Scary the first time but then realised it was just a thing.

When I came off it cold turkey, I felt okay but in day to day life...it's hard to describe, I think everyone's experienced it, but it was like a disorientation where say, whenever I moved my head and field of vision, it felt like it took my brain a few fractions of a second to catch up. Stepping off the pavement onto the road it felt like my perception of things was bouncing.

That wasn't constant, but it happened daily.

Other than that, I think it really helped me from topping myself when I was losing my job, had my mum tell me she didn't care any more over the phone, and was losing my girlfriend. Managed to salvage all of that while I was taking it.

Good luck mate, hope it works out for you.

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>> No. 4977 Anonymous
12th January 2020
Sunday 11:33 pm
4977 Adult braces
Anyone have experience with these?

I'd like to finally correct my rabbity incisors since I'm finding myself increasingly hesitant at smiling in photos. I'd rather this didn't become a discussion over the merits of cosmetic dentistry in general but I can't stop you of course - just be reassured that I'm not idealising that creepy yank/'sleb look of fluourescent-white perfection.

In any case there are a range of options at varying costs. Money isn't a huge factor but I still don't want to waste it if the marginal benefits of one particular approach aren't worthwhile. The typical braces are mostly-invisible and removable plastic casings that gradually reshape your teeth, for faster results you can get permanent braces that are fitted onto the inside of your teeth until they become straight. The BOS has a pretty comprehensive guide here:

https://www.bos.org.uk/Public-Patients/Orthodontics-for-Adults/Treatment-Brace-Types

Any personal or anecdotal input welcome.
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>> No. 4978 Anonymous
12th January 2020
Sunday 11:35 pm
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I too would be interested in one day fixing my goof-mouth.
>> No. 4980 Anonymous
13th January 2020
Monday 5:38 pm
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I honestly find 'odd' teeth to be one of the most attractive, endearing qualities in women. I find such smiles wonderful - they're real, geninune; absolutely sincere. I don't know if this is a similar self-defence mechanism as 'dating a blind girl', but it's a quality i look for.
>> No. 4981 Anonymous
13th January 2020
Monday 8:35 pm
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>>4980
Are you a weeb?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yaeba

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>> No. 4962 Anonymous
5th January 2020
Sunday 3:35 pm
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Does it make any difference, purely healthwise, whether your belly protrudes more above the belly button or below it?
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>> No. 4964 Anonymous
5th January 2020
Sunday 4:08 pm
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>>4963
I get that visceral fat is bad, but presumably that is just a stage along the way to having bellies like those blokes in the OP? Are you saying it's possible to have loads of the jiggly stuff and nothing visceral?
>> No. 4965 Anonymous
5th January 2020
Sunday 4:27 pm
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>>4963
What dictates where it goes?
>> No. 4966 Anonymous
5th January 2020
Sunday 6:44 pm
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>>4965

Your genes.
>> No. 4967 Anonymous
5th January 2020
Sunday 6:53 pm
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>>4966

Only for fat below the belt.
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5th January 2020
Sunday 10:00 pm
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>>4964

People accumulate fat differently depending on their genes. Some people mostly have subcutaneous fat, so they have a relatively low risk of obesity-related disease even if they're quite overweight. Conversely, some people with just "a bit of a gut" are at relatively high risk, because it's all visceral.

A waist size of over 37" means that you're at high risk of diabetes and coronary disease, even if you're not particularly fat elsewhere. The classic beer belly is a serious warning sign, even if you're relatively slim everywhere else.

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>> No. 4883 Anonymous
26th December 2019
Thursday 12:47 pm
4883 Testosterone
Hi people

Asked my GP to test my testosterone, and I have the same level of a depressed 99 years old at 43. Spoke with my GP, he simply ignored me. I tried explaining that all the effects of having low test are making my life miserable, and he suggested me to take happy pills. I understand that a NHS GP is only concerned about bare survival, not quality of life, so I did not press the issue.

Is there any way to increase my testosterone? I am 43 years old, working as a network engineer. Very healthy homemade food, no cigs, no alcohol, no drugs. I used to play sports and lift a lot, but I let myself go in the last two years due to work problems. 1.70, 78 kg.
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>> No. 4957 Anonymous
1st January 2020
Wednesday 5:59 pm
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>>4954

what I'm hearing here is that he has just rediscoved stocism poorly and crudely.
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1st January 2020
Wednesday 6:25 pm
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Part of it is people running youtube channels in this vein just need to keep a constant conveyor belt of guests to interview to keep getting videos out.
I've never really watched any of his videos but I would guess his approach to interviews is intentional. With good guests you can ask tough questions and you get good answers, but when you're interviewing the quacks and basketcases if you don't agree with them they become defensive and will never return for another video.

It was the same with Dave Asprey/Bulletproof. For every podcast with a guest whose work is based on good quality peer reviewed science, there would be two or three interviews with quacks with ideas like "you have to walk barefoot so waste electrons can flow out of you into the ground".
>> No. 4959 Anonymous
1st January 2020
Wednesday 7:37 pm
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> you'll probably love the Goggins episode
?
>> No. 4960 Anonymous
1st January 2020
Wednesday 7:42 pm
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>>4959
Dunno what your picture is supposed to mean but it's JRE #1080 and JRE #1212.
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1st January 2020
Wednesday 8:00 pm
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>>4960
It's Mrs Goggins from Postman Pat.

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>> No. 4879 Anonymous
28th November 2019
Thursday 12:02 am
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First there was the Bullworker.

Now there is the Isokinator. The gym you can put in your wallet.

Gert Kolbel is a legend.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uN6-tlQAlLg
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>> No. 4880 Anonymous
28th November 2019
Thursday 12:04 am
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I'm getting some Nazi vibes around 1:40.

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>> No. 4876 Anonymous
9th November 2019
Saturday 1:01 am
4876 One exercise a day
Mon: Chin up
Tue: Squat
Wed: Dip
Thu: Curl
Fri: Deadlift
Sat: OHP
Sun: Calf raise

5 sets each exercise. Takes about 10 minutes a day.

R8.
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>> No. 4877 Anonymous
9th November 2019
Saturday 4:14 pm
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Rated.
>> No. 4878 Anonymous
10th November 2019
Sunday 10:04 pm
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Make it 10 sets aka GVT per exercise

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>> No. 4873 Anonymous
13th October 2019
Sunday 1:36 am
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>> No. 4874 Anonymous
13th October 2019
Sunday 3:36 am
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That bit where his beard does a dog leg below the ear. Punch it properly and he's KO.
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13th October 2019
Sunday 9:24 am
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>>4874

Again in English, please.

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>> No. 4862 Anonymous
30th September 2019
Monday 11:14 am
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Can't find the fucking thread, but on the subject of balding, the testosterone thing is a myth:


Ray Peat has a lot of interesting stuff, by the way.
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>> No. 4863 Anonymous
2nd October 2019
Wednesday 8:48 am
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Says the low=-test man with the full head of hair.
>> No. 4864 Anonymous
2nd October 2019
Wednesday 9:09 am
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>>4863
This. Blatant Hairy psyops.

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