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    I'm so used to making small adjustments with a...

    I'm so used to making small adjustments with a strobe tuner that going back to doing it at the headstock would feel like a step back now. A blocked Floyd is a lot like a headless and for me the...
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    Makes sense with acoustic where you've usually...

    Makes sense with acoustic where you've usually got a higher action and wider neck. You have to find that sweet spot with string gauge where you still enjoy playing the thing.

    11-49 feels right to...
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    I used to really hate it until I blocked mine....

    I used to really hate it until I blocked mine. Now I like having the fine tuners. It's still a bit more effort restringing and you need a special tool to hold the saddle while adjusting the...
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    re: heavier gauge something like this. I used to...

    re: heavier gauge something like this. I used to think these expensive strings were a gimmick but they definitely last longer.

    https://i.imgur.com/cpq9kTE.jpg
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    Had no idea they made a 7 string in that shape....

    Had no idea they made a 7 string in that shape. Reminds me of the old double cutaway Carvins. I like it.

    Having a spare guitar to tune down a step with a dropped C also appeals to me. String gauge...
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    Appreciate you going into detail. Normally I'd...

    Appreciate you going into detail. Normally I'd stick to discussing what I feel qualified to comment on however these mandates don't afford the average person the luxury of time to properly research...
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    Never heard of it before so had to look it up....

    Never heard of it before so had to look it up. Train long enough and you eventually figure out what works for you and what doesn't.
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    No thanks. Makes a lot of sense. It's an...

    No thanks.

    Makes a lot of sense. It's an effective technique with the right exercise but for me lends itself more to isolation and machines than compound exercises. I train those compound lifts to...
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    I think there's a big difference between a...

    I think there's a big difference between a drivers license and a vaccine passport. No one is being forced in a literal sense — not strapped down and jabbed against their will but the coercion is...
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    JLC, what are your thoughts on this? ...

    JLC, what are your thoughts on this?

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    1:20 He's talking about a double stranded break of the DNA where it interferes with how BRCA1 protein is used in DNA repair.

    "If you mutate...
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    The difference is you usually get to choose...

    The difference is you usually get to choose whether to take that medication or not. That's not the case with this.

    For many people it's either take it or don't bother coming into work along with...
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    No matter how you spin it what I can say with...

    No matter how you spin it what I can say with absolute certainty is you and all the experts for that matter have absolutely no idea how a given person will react to it. You cannot guarantee its...
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    I can't speak for Aaron Rodgers but I think it's...

    I can't speak for Aaron Rodgers but I think it's okay to have reservations about something that hasn't been approved for use in humans before just like some people don't want to be early adopters for...
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    I usually decide on what exercises I'll do on the...

    I usually decide on what exercises I'll do on the drive to the gym or when I get there. I use the warmup sets to gauge overall strength and energy levels. If they feel light then I might go heavier....
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    While I can see the argument that a lot of people...

    While I can see the argument that a lot of people are lazy when it comes to training so "overtraining" shouldn't enter their mindset because they're a long way from the limit there is also no...
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    My experience has been the same. 3-4 days exactly...

    My experience has been the same. 3-4 days exactly like you outlined has worked best.

    Look at this comment from someone at the elite level who's pulled 1104lbs (501kg). "Rest is underrated." While...
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    Yes. I'm probably 70-80lbs heavier so I see no...

    Yes. I'm probably 70-80lbs heavier so I see no point comparing. Strictly from a bodybuilding perspective his training hasn't yielded as much size but then that's probably not his goal. I don't know a...
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    Let me put it another way. Which side would you...

    Let me put it another way. Which side would you rather err on. Leaving a bit of progress in the tank but remaining motivated, you're sleeping well, your immune system isn't spluttering, strength...
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    Unless you're an elite athlete following a...

    Unless you're an elite athlete following a periodizied training program designed to peak for certain times of the year I think it makes sense to train instinctively. Log your workouts so you can...
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