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The_Lone_WolfIcon...15-11-2016 @ 14:48 
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How do you feel about Cumberland rings?
JackRevansIcon77.1kg bodyweight, lightest so far15-11-2016 @ 14:49 
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warm up:
-hip aeroplane
-bulgarian split squat


Box squat

bar
50
80
100

110kg x 5
120kg x 5
130kg x 5
120kg x 5,5



Then I did some bulgarian split squats, a weird kettle bell ab exercise that I made up, hip marching exercise and lots of stretching.
JackRevansIcon...15-11-2016 @ 14:53 
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'There was also a sausage in my mouth.'
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The_Lone_Wolf said:How do you feel about Cumberland rings?


Sausage rings? is that just a circular sausage? Sounds pretty dam good to me! Cumberland sausages are amazing.
The_Lone_WolfIcon...15-11-2016 @ 14:55 
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JackRevans said:
Sausage rings? is that just a circular sausage? Sounds pretty dam good to me! Cumberland sausages are amazing.


They are amazing.

I recently felt that a sausage configured in a ring format, is a superior eating experience than a standard straight sausage.
JackRevansIcon...15-11-2016 @ 15:02 
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The_Lone_Wolf said:
They are amazing.
I recently felt that a sausage configured in a ring format, is a superior eating experience than a standard straight sausage.


Where do I get them? You know what is really really good? Proper sausages with mash and loads of that gravy that is basically 90% caramelised onion. So much of that gravy in fact that the meal needs to be served in some type of bowl or something rather than a flat plate. Maybe put some extra onion chutney on it or something.
RicoIcon...15-11-2016 @ 16:18 
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Post Edited: 15.11.2016 @ 16:18 PM by Rico
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The_Lone_WolfIcon...15-11-2016 @ 17:46 
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JackRevans said:
Where do I get them? You know what is really really good? Proper sausages with mash and loads of that gravy that is basically 90% caramelised onion. So much of that gravy in fact that the meal needs to be served in some type of bowl or something rather than a flat plate. Maybe put some extra onion chutney on it or something.


I concur 100%

I'm going to buy some from my butcher this month, and I shall feedback to you the official Cumberland ring verdict. (OCRV for short)
scruffmcbuffIcon...15-11-2016 @ 18:46 
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i regularly buy them from the tesco hot food bit.

Id rate it a solid 6
Wayne_CowdreyIcon...15-11-2016 @ 18:47 
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The_Lone_Wolf said:
I'm going to buy some from my butcher this month


I bet this transaction won't involve a new 5 note.
The_Lone_WolfIcon...16-11-2016 @ 09:41 
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Wayne_Cowdrey said:
I bet this transaction won't involve a new 5 note.


Your prediction is 100% correct.
JackRevansIcon...16-11-2016 @ 14:59 
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warm up:
-hip aeroplanes
-rotator cuff stretching and what have you


strict press

bar
40

50kg x 5
57.5kg x 5
52.5kg x 5,5
50kg x 7

very good!



Then I did 3 to 5 sets of 8 to 15 reps on the following:

-chinups
-upside down kettlebell press
-db shoulder press
-machine rows
-side raises
-rear delt flies
-curls
-tricep pushdowns
-lat pulldowns

I did most of these sets between sets of each other, so I was resting very little.

I then did about 4 minutes of cardio and went home.
CAJIcon...16-11-2016 @ 15:24 
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Do you ever use any banded distraction techniques when stretching like the ones Kelly Tourette does?

I've been doing quite a bit lately and they are really helping my hip mobility. Not so much from a muscular aspect but more to do with opening up the hip capsule which is always tight sue to the amount of sitting down I do at work etc
scruffmcbuffIcon...16-11-2016 @ 16:37 
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CAJ said:Do you ever use any banded distraction techniques when stretching like the ones Kelly Tourette does?

I've been doing quite a bit lately and they are really helping my hip mobility. Not so much from a muscular aspect but more to do with opening up the hip capsule which is always tight sue to the amount of Pussy I plough through daily, nightly and ever so rightly.


Thanks for the honest CJ
WiegieboardIcon...16-11-2016 @ 23:00 
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Upside down kettlebell press sounds good.
Also the 4 minutes of cardio. The heart will get gainsed from that.
JackRevansIcon...17-11-2016 @ 07:08 
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Wiegieboard said:Upside down kettlebell press sounds good.
Also the 4 minutes of cardio. The heart will get gainsed from that.


Upside down kettlebell press is great. Its a Chris Duffin thing. I may add that the kettlebell is the thing thats upside down. It makes the shoulder work hard for stability.

With regards to the short cardio session, I was absolutely wrecked after my lifting session and just couldnt handle any cardio. I'v been suffering from low blood sugar a lot recently, after a gym session or even at work nearing the end of my shift I will get so tired and energyless that I can barely support my own bodyweight anymore. One time this caused me to pass out in a lecture.

Carl, I am not entirely sure what youre referring to but it sounds intriguing. Could you perhaps provide a link to something or other?

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