Type: Posts; User: wetweva
Get the model number off the label on the unit (usually under the seat/pad).
Go to the manufacturer's website.
Look at the assembly manual.
My ortho surgeon told me that my days of pushups and military presses were over after I had the surgery 2 years ago.
I'm trying to get back into respectable bench numbers again, but I can feel that...
I was using CLAlerts.org and the terms:
Olympic weight -bumper
Olympic plate -bumper
with the same search for 'weights' and 'plates' with the additional 's'.
But then I picked up waterfox...
In for 'Hello Kitty' AAR.
It depends on the reason for your low T.
Are you broken, or can you even do a restart?
A lot of people will suggest lifting heavy and doing big squats to stimulate T production, and that's all...
Tested it in August.
Hated it, because it's a touchscreen O/S, and I clearly didn't have a touchscreen laptop.
Reformatted back to Win7, and I think I'm pretty well done upgrading if that's where I...
I had a personal VIC-20 and a TRS-80 back some time in the mid '80's, ('83/'84?). I was using the Mac's and Kaypro's at the office. That Kaypro was a 20 Lb luggable, and handy as hell.
Moved up to...
At 53 the thing that limits me the most is the fear of working a joint or tendon to the point of needing to take time off to heal and/or not being able to push that joint/tendon again like before. I...
I have two lat towers and the standard leg extension additions on two benches, and I keep them all loaded for different specific exercise sets/reps I do.
That said, I keep a supply of cheaper 1"...
My 1st post:
I used to use a couple links of 3/8" or 1/2" chain, one hooked onto the loop on the spring clip on either side of the bar to add weight. I had several pairs of chain 4...