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Old 09-14-2021, 10:36 AM   #57
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This is me also, my pelvis is misaligned, and If I don't workout regularly, according to my chiro, I'm going to have a really bad time as I get older.
May want to sort out that pelvic misalignment first. Depending on what's causing it, could cause problems for deadlifts or squats (or other things).
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pelvic misalignment probably due to driving manual
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May want to sort out that pelvic misalignment first. Depending on what's causing it, could cause problems for deadlifts or squats (or other things).
It's been sorted, he snapped that thing back in place. He said that working out can help my mobility and I have felt better the more I workout. I don't go crazy on back workouts for the same reason, but I make sure I at least dont let my back muscles to weaken. I was really having a hard time earlier this year before I started going to the chiropractor. It has done wonders for me as far as workout endurance and next day sensations
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Worth it.



That plus working on boat construction/ setting up 15m antennas.
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It's been sorted, he snapped that thing back in place. He said that working out can help my mobility and I have felt better the more I workout. I don't go crazy on back workouts for the same reason, but I make sure I at least dont let my back muscles to weaken. I was really having a hard time earlier this year before I started going to the chiropractor. It has done wonders for me as far as workout endurance and next day sensations
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That plus working on boat construction/ setting up 15m antennas.
Do sumo deadlifts to work on pelvic stability. It's great for hip flexors and glutes.
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pelvic misalignment probably due to driving manual
Or heel/toeing. Elitist bastards deserve it.
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When it comes to fitness I've found a bicycle to be man's best friend. A 35 mile ride will work the legs and burn calories like nobody's business
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May want to sort out that pelvic misalignment first. Depending on what's causing it, could cause problems for deadlifts or squats (or other things).
Conversely, well-executed squats and deadlifts can improve/correct pelvic alignment issues.

On that note, just about everybody should be working with a movement coach of some sort, regardless of your discipline. We all think we're doing it right, but it's no substitute for an expert eye on you while you move.

And yes, every day is leg day. We're bipeds, after all.
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When it comes to fitness I've found a bicycle to be man's best friend. A 35 mile ride will work the legs and burn calories like nobody's business
I have gone to cycling and bought an exercise bike. I have too many old injuries to run on the regular. I got to the point I was running 3 miles a day before covid but after a while I started going backwards due to joint issues.

Stretching and yoga have helped me a lot. I found a lot of my back pain I used to have was from just being tight.


Edit: I should probably stop watching cooking shows that show how to make smoked cream cheese mixed with brisket stuffed jalapeno's wrapped in bacon.
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When it comes to fitness I've found a bicycle to be man's best friend. A 35 mile ride will work the legs and burn calories like nobody's business
Tremendous for knees, ankles, and if you do it right, quads, hams and abs.

Most of my riding is on a custom fit road bike (perfect ergos make a huge difference, even 1-2 mm off can cause problems) mounted on an indoor fluid trainer with a power meter and big floor fan pointed at my face.

If you want to double your continuous power (triple your sprint power) in six months and fly up the hills or train for anything you like, try this app even if the highest point in your state is a freeway overpass.

https://www.trainerroad.com/
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Let there be noted that brown rice is disgusting.
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Let there be noted that brown rice is disgusting.
Just do califlower rice like all the hippies lol
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Just do califlower rice like all the hippies lol
That's wrong, in so many ways. Doesn't matter what you do to it, it still tastes like cauliflower.
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I rather keep eating brown rice. Is just so tough and doesn't absorb much flavor.
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Gonna jump into this thread

Ballooned up to 258 during covid. Started weighing myself daily and having more reasonable portions. Less stress eating, less grazing, and lower calorie snacks (pickles and popcorn have been a staple). Not doing any crazy restrictive dieting.

Currently sitting at 246 a month later.

For working out I've been very focused on muay thai the past year but my lifts are still fairly solid. Recently hit a 405 backsquat (was at 455 a year ago, had back injury in January) and 335 bench pretty easily. I've just been doing an upper and lower body day 2-3 days per week with 2-3 days of training muay thai/conditioning.

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The key with cauliflower rice is to cut regular white rice with it so I do like half and half or 2/3 white rice 1/3 cauliflower. I grew up eating rice every day so eating it solo is not a suitable substitute. Cutting your regular rice with it works pretty well.
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