Who's Online - 0 members and 170 guests
You are here: HomeForumSALFORDSPARTAN → View All Posts



» Underactive Thyroid (Go to post)22-01-2010 @ 14:12 
Cuddles said:I would have thought the best person for advice for him would be the Dr or if necessary a specialist.

Hope he gets any help that he needs.

yeah the doctor has arranged a specailist for him but it will take a few weeks apparently...oh well atleast it isnt life threatning
» Underactive Thyroid (Go to post)22-01-2010 @ 13:13 
Hello friends,

My brother who is an avid weightlifter has just been told he has an underactive thyroid by the doctor?Anyone got any advice regarding this?I know he is really upset about this as he has been a fitness freak for years and doesnt normally have anything wrong with him on general check ups.
» Resting Heart Rate (Go to post)17-01-2010 @ 21:52 
thosebananas said:About mid 60s when resting. I'm usually mid 190's when I do cardio for the entire 20/30mins. Have touched 200 at times. Either all the machines in my gym are wrong or the 220 - your age thing is wrong imo

Thats good considering your weight,i am in the 60s normally and i am 112kg a good few kilo lighter
» Resting Heart Rate (Go to post)17-01-2010 @ 21:51 
Boar said:if you can keep goin for 20 ins with a 190 heart rate putting my house on you winning the unit20 comp !!

some solid resting heart rates , what is the 'normal man' average about 70 ?

wonder what the highest recorded heart rate is (not some medical freak who has a condition) just during exersise

I bet theres been some people 120+ in america there has to be,massive obese people.
» Resting Heart Rate (Go to post)17-01-2010 @ 10:03 
luke00 said:Not adding salt to anything at the mo, or eating crisps but when you go out to eat you don't know how much is in the food. Cheers for that thou dude.

what meat do you eat?Whats yuor diet at the moment?
» Resting Heart Rate (Go to post)16-01-2010 @ 22:17 
moz said:btw your max is 220 minus your age as a guide

I think i would have to actually do very intense cardio for that,interval training is what i use for 30secs burst,may need to extend the time i do cardio to 40mins instead of 30
» Resting Heart Rate (Go to post)16-01-2010 @ 22:16 
Boar said:i dont claim to be anything special - my RHR is in the 40's and my max the other day was 175bpm (of a supposed absolute max of 182bpm)

Sounds Awesome
» Resting Heart Rate (Go to post)16-01-2010 @ 22:15 
fatter_tomorrow said:mines about 120 resting. i should probably be dead.

more cake anyone?

Honestly mate?or is it a joke?

lol i have had enough cake 2day
» Resting Heart Rate (Go to post)16-01-2010 @ 22:10 
Hi Guys,

Just wondering that your resting heart rates are?Also when doing exercise what do you tend to go upto?

I tested mine yesterday and my resting is 69 and during exercise i got up to 120bpm?

My friends was 90 Confused it seemed really high for a resting heart rate just wondering how strongmen/powerliftings/weightlifters compare?Lol if anyones 100bpm resting i would be surprised
» Creatine and diet overall (Go to post)12-01-2010 @ 13:27 
FAT_SAM said:Bulk powders sell Creapure cheap. It's good stuff. 5-10g a day, works a treat.

As for fat loss advice, i'm probably the world's worst person to ask lol.Tongue

I got some creatine thanks for the advice also set up a diet plan,gonna pop along to salford uni in the next week or so for some training advice if i can.
» Creatine and diet overall (Go to post)12-01-2010 @ 00:18 
brynevans said:There's a powerlifting coaching session on Weds afternoon there, Jim Blanchflower who runs it. Jim has been multiple British champion and International competitor he lectures nutrition amongst other things too.

Sounds good maybe i could pop along sometime.I dont go to university i live pretty close about 20mins drive
» Creatine and diet overall (Go to post)11-01-2010 @ 23:48 
brynevans said:Are you training at Salford Uni on a weds?

No?Why is there a good gym down there?
» Creatine and diet overall (Go to post)11-01-2010 @ 18:23 
Post Edited: 11.01.2010 @ 23:49 PM by SALFORDSPARTAN
Hello friends,

Any good generic Diet plans for fat loss out there?Also any good creatine going cheap?
» Metal Squat Boots VS Safe usa Contenders (Go to post)10-01-2010 @ 14:33 
Doc_D said:
How wide is your squat stance, roughly, and for what purposes are you squatting?

I dont squat wide just slightly wider than shoulder width apart,i squat for powerlifting purpose.
» Metal Squat Boots VS Safe usa Contenders (Go to post)10-01-2010 @ 08:38 
brynevans said:The Metal ones have a flat sole and the Safe ones have a raised heel so between tose two it's apples and oranges. Most people with a normal stance seem to use a heel, as this is your second post about shoes I take it you're struggling to decide? Unless there's any special reason you need a flat sole I'd suggest that any of common types (Adidas, Doo-win, Polish or Safe) will be ok for you.
yeah I am really confused about what to buy,so many people have said so many differant things.I think what you said makes a lot of sense therefore will just go with the oly shoes


You are here: HomeForumSALFORDSPARTAN → View All Posts
© Sugden Barbell 2024 - Mobile Version - Privacy - Terms & Conditions