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totopickpro2

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  • FAST6191 @ FAST6191:
    if a simple pizza or two skews results to uselessness then you are taking the wrong measurements
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    You probably don't get it
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    It's not even me who's taking the measures
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  • FAST6191 @ FAST6191:
    If I am measuring someone's fitness then body fat percentage, various things from blood tests, resting heart rate, recovery rate, standing jump height, grip strength, possibly reaction time and more are factors that mean far more in my assessment of such things than weight and wasteline, though excess in those is by no means good
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  • KenniesNewName @ KenniesNewName:
    I plan on buying a treadmill next year
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    You're not telling me anything new
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    You're being obtuse on purpose
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  • FAST6191 @ FAST6191:
    That is commendable laziness there KenniesNewName
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  • FAST6191 @ FAST6191:
    Most people buy one and neglect to use it, shifting it on during a yard sale/car boot sale/online tat merchant
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  • KenniesNewName @ KenniesNewName:
    Buying a treadmill to run on is lazy compared to paying a membership
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    Consuming 2000 extra kcal near a weigh measure, of course that will skew the results. It takes some time to remove that excess. Also, I want to get a clean measure, as good result as possible
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  • KenniesNewName @ KenniesNewName:
    Mostly everything I buy gets used so I wouldn't drop $300 just to neglect it despite the common stereotype
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    It all depends on your routine and your personality. In the gym there's a lot of machines, and trainers that can draw you an exercise plan and help you. I find it easier to exercise in the gym than at home, because at home I'm just delaying.
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    It's also good to advance before you're ready; that way, when you're ready, you'll find yourself already on the stride and possibly with results
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    "On the stride" or "in the stride"
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  • KenniesNewName @ KenniesNewName:
    I'm more comfortable doing things at home anymore when I was a stocker it was great because I essentially got paid to work out
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  • KenniesNewName @ KenniesNewName:
    The workforce here drained me so much though
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    I prefer bike myself
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    There isn't any reason other than I like it more
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  • KenniesNewName @ KenniesNewName:
    Pls be a real man and get a Harley
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    But a treadmill is also good for versatility; beyond running, you can walk on it and it forces you to walk in a regular stride
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    My uncle just travelled through northern Spain with friends, all on bikes
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    Returning to the previous point, I meant a static bike
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  • KenniesNewName @ KenniesNewName:
    Also for bad weather conditions it's better than nothing
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