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» old timers occasional log (Go to post)18-08-2019 @ 08:55 
top benching JT and nice work from the mighty BISH !
» One last question before sugden closes for ever (Go to post)09-08-2019 @ 17:22 
I think we both know you are far from s**t Bod !! and getting better and better !

sometimes I wish i could stick with something long enough to get quite good at it , but it just doesn't seem to be the way I am made .....
» One last question before sugden closes for ever (Go to post)07-08-2019 @ 20:35 
dannyboy73 said:How weird.
Rinos in Graves end by chance?
I was about then?
Training with Marvin, Cuddles...If it was the powerlifting comp with Dave Manereing? I won that one, were you there???


have a look in the photos . there are a few sets from back then .... I went to mabie 4 or 5 comps at rhinos , as 2006-2008 were when i was fully into powerlifting and videoing with my company , boarvision
» JohnGym - Powerlifting (Go to post)07-08-2019 @ 19:10 
does that make you a fat t**t john or a fairly lean john ?

BEEFY
» One last question before sugden closes for ever (Go to post)07-08-2019 @ 19:06 
https://i.ibb.co/3mpLmSc/36er-plus-emma.jpg
» Flash is Europe's Strongest Man U80 (Go to post)05-08-2019 @ 18:30 
well done the flash !!

please tell me he wasnt the only competitor
» One last question before sugden closes for ever (Go to post)05-08-2019 @ 17:18 
LOL ! well , Im not overly interested in just doing the lifting like i used to , but I have become more aware of the benefits of it n s**t , but I am looking forward to joining a gym again and 'going training'

I think the first time i saw you was at a comp at rhinos martin , you were probably in your late 40's ? very stud-like i recall.

top advice JT , with us still having young children , it will pay off in the long run

unicycling uphill isnt too hard (as the fixed wheel provides a decent ratio ,but going downhill is very tough on the thighs and knees) however , i am getting fairly good at it

and once you know how to unicycle, its no more dangerous than 'double wheel' cycling , or whatever its called
» One last question before sugden closes for ever (Go to post)05-08-2019 @ 12:19 
very true Will , although if i never see another yoke in my life , i wont complain.

yes jack ! I bought a 20" off ebay and taught myself to ride , then got a 26" , i can pretty much go as far as i want but still learning - I wanna be able to hope onto one and just ride it like im riding a 2 wheeled bike , they are f**king tremendous !
» One last question before sugden closes for ever (Go to post)04-08-2019 @ 21:10 
Wayne_Cowdrey said:I feel pretty healthy, fit and strong, but my back is quite fragile


This is kinda where I am at , but I intend to make my back super solid (if all goes well) , strongman is a wonderful thing and the gym I am gonna join does it .....I wont be doing much , unless the creatine I have has been very heavily tainted
Grin
I am getting a touring unicycle (36" wheel) and it is a thing of beauty !! (i will be commuting on it)
» One last question before sugden closes for ever (Go to post)04-08-2019 @ 20:48 
oh, and the main THRUST of this thread is - what is the best way to live to give your body its best life !?

im thinking - yoga , weight training , walking , swimming ??
» One last question before sugden closes for ever (Go to post)04-08-2019 @ 20:45 
it could be Piriformis syndrome as its similar area and symptoms

A while ago I donwloaded and watched Mcgills DVD , very good !!

I think I am at the less severe end of the scale , having read the mcKenzie method book , but still , annoying.


Jason , It cant be the rower can it ? I row with nice form

as for the unicycle, furthest I have gone is 10km
» One last question before sugden closes for ever (Go to post)04-08-2019 @ 19:23 
I consider myself fairly fit (having just done the London marathon)

however , for seemingly NO REASON I got a tweak in my lower back (right side) the type of injury that constantly hurts and goes into spasm numerous times a day if you make a wrong move.

(could be bulge ? herniated disc ? facet joint ? muscular ?)

so now i am doing rehab and I am slightly mad at myself.

it seems i have neglected strength training

so , what is the best training to keep the body in good shape ?


I have decided to join a gym (grandad training) and continue to ride my unicycles
» Sugden information hub? (Go to post)26-07-2019 @ 16:35 
Post Edited: 26.07.2019 @ 16:36 PM by Boar
just visited !! so there is no 'foruming' at muscletalk anymore ? Well thats slightly sad,

this place will keep plodding as im sure it looks after itself with minimal fiddling from roberto
» Belly Buster (Go to post)12-07-2019 @ 21:55 
what the f**k have i just read ??????????!!
» Wayne Cowdrey kicks off over bagels (Go to post)12-07-2019 @ 20:54 
poor old wayne , first the other thing , then this thing .....

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