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» TV SHOW IN AMERICA NEXT WEEK (Go to post)22-05-2024 @ 10:24 
Boar said:
I'm tellin ya mate , reserves always get a chance !! you are gonna have a blast !

f**king Smalls killed Sugden!!!!

Poor Charice Grin
» random disclosure thread (Go to post)10-01-2024 @ 15:35 
matthewvc said:British Winter is the most depressing season worldwide.
It's never cold enough to be snowy and picturesque like Finland
It's definitely not hot like Thailand (35C in Saraburi today)
It's just 4 months of storm after storm, wind, rain, flooding and
days so gloomy your car lights are on even at solar noon.

You're just not going to the right parts of Britain. I've just come back from a weekend in Scotland. Had to wear crampons for large periods of time and use an ice axe to get up to some of the summits we were climbing. Winter in the highlands isn't that different from large parts of Scandinavia, it just happens for a shorter period and you have to go a bit higher than sea level. Happy
» British 'summer' 2023 (Go to post)04-08-2023 @ 10:19 
Boar said:I cycle to work and like to go out running, this weather is f**king pissing me right off.

I spend a lot of time out hiking and the weather in the mountains is generally even worse than lower down so not only has it been rainy as f**k, the winds have been pretty dangerous at times.

I have managed a couple of good days in Wales though which seems to have faired slightly better than the Lakes.
» British 'summer' 2023 (Go to post)04-08-2023 @ 10:11 
According to my climbing partner it's been the wettest Lanacashire on record, which doesn't surprise me as it's been utter s**te since the first day of 'summer' pretty much, which is a bit ironic.

I considered putting my heating on a couple of nights ago.
» Diabeetus Question (Go to post)28-03-2023 @ 15:22 
I can't comment on being pre-diabetic BUT I can comment on being diabetic, Type 1, so insulin dependent specifically.

You don't want to need insulin, trust me. It's a pain in the ass. If I have a pizza for tea I need to set an alarm for the middle of the night to inject more insulin. A little bit too much insulin or too much activity for the insulin I've had and it's like I'm drunk, to the point where I've literally "had a fall" when being out hiking because my legs are no longer my own.

I go through more sweets now as a T1 than I ever did before because I need the sugar to boost my blood sugar if I take marginally too much insulin, which is easily done if you're active.

I'd defo do what's been suggested and cut the carbs and calories right down. You're health is far more important that being strong.
» TRT THREAD (Go to post)16-01-2023 @ 14:35 
The_Lone_Wolf said:
Haha I remember being on a high dose Trib, Bulbine and DAA stack and I produced what can only be described as a nuclear jizz missile. I have never recreated that bolt since, but I remember having my woman at the time doggy style, pulling out and this scud missile firing over her body and hitting the wall. Glory days.
Stans stuff is good because it is all easy to follow and relatable. His stuff is applicable to natural and enhanced lifters too, so it is nice.
I'm 40 in the next few weeks, and I've only just started lifting and exercising again after a few years off. I'm hoping it will perk me up just being active again, but I can certainly feel all the classic symptons of low test.
I will go down the TRT route at some point, but may give the natural supplements and lifestyle habits chance a few more chances before I finally do.

AMH_Power said:
Thanks mate! I had tests years ago and remember them being higher than average but not silly high; I know now they are similar to a 21 year old according to my doctor.
I think I took DAA when it was the rage but didn't get anything from it; with the above there's objective measurements; not just the blood work, but my balls are notably larger and I could spray the Mrs up the wall... so I'm absolutely convinced at least one of the above is a game changer. Which? who knows haha.
Will check out Stans stuff, seen stuff from him before about blood pressure and salt, was interesting!

Well I'm sold on it!
Grin Grin Grin
» Impressive social media lifts (Go to post)20-09-2022 @ 12:06 
unit94 said:
Is that Shane Jerman posting on Sugden... Is it 2012 again?!

No, hed be about 83kg if it was.

And still twice and strong as me. *facepalm*

Actually, I'm only 80kg now so I'd take that as a win! Grin
» An old, fat fool starts a log. Hope no-one minds (Go to post)02-08-2022 @ 11:06 
Fatpete said:
6/6 is the key to it, plus a weeping aussie is always fun, I had my doubts about him when he was wearing long sleeves and a hairband he didn't need. Dodgy

The compression top was his fathers who died in 2015. I've followed him for a couple of years now on Instagram, he seems like a nice guy but damnnnnn he talks at a million miles per hour.
» An old, fat fool starts a log. Hope no-one minds (Go to post)20-07-2022 @ 10:47 
Beaten by the system today.
Had 3 green (0 yellows) by the 3rd line and 4 greens by the 4th but used my final 2 attempts guessing the final letter wrongly.

I rarely get long streaks as I forget to play regularly but this is the first time I've ever not gotten the word. It's an odd feelng!
» Purple Aki (Go to post)01-07-2022 @ 12:51 
Pikefingers said:I remember seeing threads about this guy years ago on this forum and others and heard a little from those sources about what he was notorious, but having grown up down south (a safe distance from his stomping grounds), I never really knew much more. I was reminded of him recently as there are loads of vids featuring him on TikTok (I know itís s**t, but itís sort of work-related).

Ive watched some of the videos about him on YouTube and I can understand why people are so terrified and disturbed by him.

I also thought Iíd share this rap that someoneís made about him 😂.

Having met himm on a couple of occasions I wouldn't say he is a scary bloke. In fact, if you don't know himm then he comes across as being friendly and just really interested in bodybuilding.

It's once he starts turning up at various places where you are and knows too much information about you that you start to worry about what a f**king weirdo he is.
» An old, fat fool starts a log. Hope no-one minds (Go to post)16-05-2022 @ 11:34 
Wayne_Cowdrey said:Wordle in 4, but what a struggle! Longest thinking time ever and much bafflement after attempt number 3.

3 for me today! I suspect Pete will struggle with this one. Me, not so much Grin Grin Grin
» For those 'working' from home - do you actually do much work? (Go to post)16-05-2022 @ 11:31 
I've worked from home for the last 8-years. Provided you aren't easily distracted it's great for reducing working time since I used to waste 1.5hrs a day commuting. On the downside it can be a be s**tty with the lack of social interaction. This is one of the reasons I used to post quite a bit on here and some other forums I'm a member of. I used this to replace the people who I'd have spoken to if in the office. Now it's like sitting in an office by myself many days Roll-Eyes Grin

You do need to be discplined though. I've never once turned my tv on in 8years of WFH BUT when I'm quite I do now take some mornings/afternoons off if my diary allows it. It's not unusual for me to sit in front of my laptop even when I've no actual work to do, just because I'm 'supposed' to be working.
» Funny snooker video (Go to post)11-05-2022 @ 11:16 
An old friend of mine has a son who has played since being a toddler. He's got money on him being a world champ before age 21. The link below is to a newspaper article in which he's mentioned (Jackson Pope). He was 8 at the time and won his frame 95-28.

He's 11 now and his best break is something like 80-odd, I seem to recall. Eek
» Impressive social media lifts (Go to post)28-04-2022 @ 10:28 
Post Edited: 28.04.2022 @ 10:28 AM by slimsim
The_Lone_Wolf said:Sugdens own, the machine and savage that is Shane, doing things only he can in true dragon fashion under 90kg.

This is mental! He did say he was about 105kg in the vid and weighs about 102kg in the morning so would comme in around 100kg after a morning piss/dump.

Wonder how much the 10kg bodyweight loss would affect his strength? No doubt he'd be still open level strength on his stronger events!

I love watching Shane's videos. He's just so technical with his outlook whilst also being totally honest with what he does.
» 502.5kg deadlift. Oh well. (Go to post)28-04-2022 @ 10:22 
Unbelievably strong but as mentioned, the fact there's straps and it's sumo means both strongman and powerlifters will discount it. Based on his powerlifting totals I thhink he's a good way from any like this without the straps with ~432 being his biggest in a deadlift only comp.

I wonder if the fed he lifts in classes "raw" as being with knee wraps?

I'm guessing he's not had any major injuries seeing as his strength seems to have consistently increased over the years. Wonder where it will end? Eek

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