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    I think that 5lb increments are useful for...

    I think that 5lb increments are useful for lighter weight increments. Perhaps get pairs of 5lb and 15lb dumbbells in addition to what you already have planned.

    Platemates are a good idea too,...
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    That looks like a good idea. I'll keep it in...

    That looks like a good idea. I'll keep it in mind for future projects.

    I'm wondering if it works well with polyurethane and, if so, what's the procedure when using multiple coats? Is it used in...
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    I like my truck, but I think a trailer makes a...

    I like my truck, but I think a trailer makes a lot of sense for your situation.
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    I hung a Rogue Ring Hanger a while back. I used...

    I hung a Rogue Ring Hanger a while back. I used a decent stud finder to locate the ceiling joists. Once that was done, I used a blunted finishing nail to probe for the edges of the joist, so that I...
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    I had to google "HIDS". If it's the Host-based...

    I had to google "HIDS". If it's the Host-based Intrusion Detection System, then that's pretty cool. On the other hand, if it's the auto inflammatory disease (Hyper IgD Syndrome), that sounds really...
  • For both movements, I think the amount of stress...

    For both movements, I think the amount of stress on the knees will depend upon foot placement and form while doing the movement. I don't think that one is inherently better (or worse) than the other....
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    I'll keep those in mind for other shoes. I...

    I'll keep those in mind for other shoes.

    I doubt that they would work well with climbing shoes. If you're climbing really hard stuff, you want climbing shoes to be tight. You want as little as...
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    Below are some photos of Jeep Arch. I hiked to it...

    Below are some photos of Jeep Arch. I hiked to it (and through it) for the first time earlier this week.

    http://buettner.to/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/20150609-_DSC7693-Edit-medium.jpg
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    Have you considered stall mats? That's what many...

    Have you considered stall mats? That's what many of us use in our home gyms.

    They're 3/4" thick, with the other dimensions being 4 feet by 6 feet. Each mat weighs around 100lbs. They can often...
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    I have no idea if it'll help with your particular...

    I have no idea if it'll help with your particular problem, but I've found trigger point therapy and SMR techniques to help a lot with various joint pain (including wrist pain) that I've experienced.
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    Hadn't thought of that. I used to wear my...

    Hadn't thought of that.

    I used to wear my climbing shoes sockless as it supposedly provides better performance. But they got stinky really fast and, for some of them, there seemed to be little...
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    I can recall seeing four or five bobcats while...

    I can recall seeing four or five bobcats while hiking or mountain biking - which really isn't that many when you take into account the amount of time I spend doing those activities. I'm surprised...
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    I might have seen a mountain lion one time, but...

    I might have seen a mountain lion one time, but am not certain. It was fairly far away and I didn't get a good look at it. It moved like a cat and seemed too large to be a bobcat.
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    Here's a photo from early June. This is at Bryce...

    Here's a photo from early June. This is at Bryce Canyon during a controlled burn of a nearby forest.

    http://buettner.to/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/20150604-_DSC5954-Edit-medium.jpg
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    They're not that dirty (yet). (Posting this at...

    They're not that dirty (yet).

    (Posting this at 5:15 my time - about to go for a morning hike.)
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    I hadn't considered the hooks. If you try it,...

    I hadn't considered the hooks. If you try it, please let us know how it works for you.
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    I think it should work okay. Try doing an...

    I think it should work okay. Try doing an ordinary curl using the lower pulley. So long as everything is stable, there shouldn't be any problem with what you have in mind.
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    They go into that stuff in more detail in the...

    They go into that stuff in more detail in the "making of" video. I found it interesting too. I also found the logistics of performing that stunt to be interesting. (E.g. where does one procure a mile...
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    Did you add up the weights of all of the plates, the handles, and the collars?

    If you forgot any of those things, you may be lifting more weight than you thought you were.
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    Which model? I think there may only be one or...

    Which model?

    I think there may only be one or two models now with minimal cushioning.
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