Type: Posts; User: BabyOilBrah
you ride too?
Training was getting stale, I was losing motivation to lift. I started road cycling and that's been a lot of fun. Was lifting like 2-3x per week but not really getting much done, just maintaining. ...
I haven't bought any supps in well over a year now.
Got it in. My longest ride yet (novice) and averaged 16.9MPH over 20 miles with about 1000 ft elevation.
I'm going out for at least 20 miles when I get home from work if daylight permits. I'm in CT and it looks a lot like that :)
it's legit hard to lose significant of muscle after you've lifted so long and established that base.
I spend so much less time on here now mostly because I'm more busy IRL. Feels better man.
How's the cut going?
f*cking biuriful pics
The sunny days now are near perfect in the northeast.
Yep, depends on starting point. Even discounting genetics, those that are lean and bulking will be able to benefit more with a higher carb approach as insulin sensitivity improves with lower BF.
Rode it. Scooped it right up.
passed on it, condition wasn't good when I went to see it and the guy wouldn't go lower than 400.
Going to checkout a 2016 Giant Defy 5 with <20 miles on it tonight.
no, this concept has never been developed.
Hey bros. looking to add a used road bike with my single speed. Not looking to spend a bunch so I found a trek usps model (looks around a 2000). Offered 400 for it. What do you guys think? Good deal...
The answer is no and even if it was it would be so small it would be outweighed by personal preference to preworkout nutrition.
Looks the same as a real human NBA game, no defense ^^^
Actually agree with OP tho, and I remember menno henslemans stating the same, if it's a rat/mouse study don't put any real stock into it.