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#8 - right, the only way to gain a true perspective is to look at a…  [+] (1 new reply) 7 hours ago on Politics are sharp +1
#9 - dudulli (7 hours ago) [-]
Absolutely agreeing with you there.
#9 - Find a place that has one and inquire on prices. They are out… 7 hours ago on 3D Printed Pipe Pistol 0
#6 - Well if they go in for an interview, ask a question, and follo…  [+] (3 new replies) 7 hours ago on Politics are sharp 0
#7 - dudulli (7 hours ago) [-]
Ok, I think I get now what you were saying (was it referring to the video and how the narrator judges what has been said?).

Also, there is nothing to disagree with. A good news source - at least in our opinion - should be unbiased and neutral and report on a wide spectrum of news.
However we both know the reality looks different and basically every news source is leaning towards left/right/whatever and pushes its message accordingly. BBC, INFOWARS, those shitty blogs, Tumblr wanna be journalists - doesn't matter.
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#8 - lean (7 hours ago) [-]
right, the only way to gain a true perspective is to look at articles from both sides of bias and use your best judgement. The problem is when certain sources begin to make up their own facts to support their narrative.
#9 - dudulli (7 hours ago) [-]
Absolutely agreeing with you there.
#3 - Infowars is alex jones' conservative anti government conspirac…  [+] (6 new replies) 8 hours ago on Politics are sharp +1
#5 - dudulli (8 hours ago) [-]
Alternatively I could have said Breitbart or fox news or other news outlets - you get the idea.
Most news outlets are either biased or specific journalists belonging to them are biased.
It's silly to go to Fox News and say "where are all the articles/videos proving creationism is wrong?"
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#6 - lean (7 hours ago) [-]
Well if they go in for an interview, ask a question, and follow it up with, "your retarded and wrong so your opinion is garbage" it's not really fair. What people say should speak for itself. All journalism can't help but contain the bias of its writer to some extant, but a true journalist should report on the facts and let them speak for themselves rather than insulting the source of the facts.

Yeah, it's hard to find articles against what a right wing news outlet supports. Almost as hard as it is to find actual facts and citations on a left wing news site.
#7 - dudulli (7 hours ago) [-]
Ok, I think I get now what you were saying (was it referring to the video and how the narrator judges what has been said?).

Also, there is nothing to disagree with. A good news source - at least in our opinion - should be unbiased and neutral and report on a wide spectrum of news.
However we both know the reality looks different and basically every news source is leaning towards left/right/whatever and pushes its message accordingly. BBC, INFOWARS, those shitty blogs, Tumblr wanna be journalists - doesn't matter.
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#8 - lean (7 hours ago) [-]
right, the only way to gain a true perspective is to look at articles from both sides of bias and use your best judgement. The problem is when certain sources begin to make up their own facts to support their narrative.
#9 - dudulli (7 hours ago) [-]
Absolutely agreeing with you there.
#4 - dudulli (8 hours ago) [-]
You seem to know a lot about these sites.
When did the youtube news video source say their are unbiased and neutral.
Or
Where does every infowars writer or video marker (like that youtube guy with the sexy accent and blue eyes) clarify that they are biased?

I'm sorry, but I don't understand the second part of your comment. What or who are you referring to?
#3 - Scrappy, duh. I can teach you to art if interest… 8 hours ago on map +4
#4 - You mean china? China is going to tell KJU to shut hi… 8 hours ago on North Korea Declares War +1
#116 - Do you have like a muscle condition or something? Start wi…  [+] (1 new reply) 9 hours ago on The Food Pyramid 0
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#117 - pyjamadog (8 hours ago) [-]
I don't know what's wrong with my body.
Doctors don't say it's serious enough to be treated or they advice taking morphine like what the hell. It could be lack of testosterone.

Swimming sounds fun. Just gotta find a pool not filled with ISIS. Hahaha, just kidding. I'm from europe. I used to get threatened alot in the pool by morrocaines .__.

aye, have a good one, now.
thanks for the help so far.
#114 - Gaining raw lean muscle is the most difficult part of any phys…  [+] (3 new replies) 9 hours ago on The Food Pyramid 0
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#115 - pyjamadog (9 hours ago) [-]
I'm willing to commit so heavy lifting and schedules is not the issue i guess.
I'm eating pretty well, too. since age 19, metabolism seriously slowed down and kilos just kept on coming. Which was a goal for a long time. ( 1.69m 55kgs now).
For a long time my muscles would eat themselves away and every two sets the muscles would go weak and useless and body gets cold and smells sweet for some reason.

I'd love to do deadlifts and other back excercises but msot of 'em put so much stress on my knees which are already beyond repair thanks to 5 years of bad avice.
Planking and yoga would probably help balancing out the weird shifts in my spine and extreme muscle assymetry. after that, deadlifts might be an idea.

As for diet, we eat mostly pandan rice, eggs all sorts of veggies but mostly dark green ones, uhmmm lots of meat but with less fat and ofcourse in between meals i'll eat protein cornflakes.




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#116 - lean (9 hours ago) [-]
Do you have like a muscle condition or something?
Start with lower weight or even body weight.
Also swimming would be perfect for you combined with the lifts that you can do.
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#117 - pyjamadog (8 hours ago) [-]
I don't know what's wrong with my body.
Doctors don't say it's serious enough to be treated or they advice taking morphine like what the hell. It could be lack of testosterone.

Swimming sounds fun. Just gotta find a pool not filled with ISIS. Hahaha, just kidding. I'm from europe. I used to get threatened alot in the pool by morrocaines .__.

aye, have a good one, now.
thanks for the help so far.
#111 - So you are looking for low impact intensity/ cardio training. …  [+] (5 new replies) 9 hours ago on The Food Pyramid 0
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#113 - pyjamadog (9 hours ago) [-]
Rowing and conoeing sounds like something my old folks should be capable of!

Doctors adviced 'em not to do any any excercise actually, beside just walking around. Although i think yoga should definitely help. Or basic stretching few times a day.

Aye, mate i've heard about everything now as regards to scoliosis. I used to go to some bodybuilding website and they gave me wrong advice for 5 years this ended up giving me permanent damage to my knees and back :/
Too sceptical on that part however, i do strongly believe walking sitting or pose differently helps alot.

If just for me, what kind of advice would you give for back training? My body is fine in terms of weight i guess but it couldn't hurt to gain about 10 pounds of raw muscle fibres. Problem is metabolism. Since a while i'm using these protein flakes which seems like the first thing that helps me since 5 years hahaha. Now just different excercises.
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#114 - lean (9 hours ago) [-]
Gaining raw lean muscle is the most difficult part of any physical fitness. You have to eat high protein diet, 1g per lb daily is commonly recommended by physical trainers, and avoid excess carbs like mad. The good fats are helpful as well, eggs and dairy are in. Also bacon is excellent a couple times a week. Only drink water. A protein shake to get the extra boost is helpful, but you can take in all the protein you need from solid foods.

The thing is that unless you are a pubescent child you are not going to put on muscle without hitting weights reasonably hard. The process in a nutshell is essentially stressing muscle fibres to stretch and microtear repeatedly because your body's natural healing process grows extra muscle fibers to compensate for the strained ones.

There are tons of back exercises, and you are constantly using your back for nearly every move your body makes- so essentially move more. Dead lifts are a good place to start for isolating lower back (use proper form or you look like a mongoloid impersonating a gorilla), and everything from pull ups to standing curls work the upper back. military press and standing barbell row gets delts and traps for that extra thick neck look.

If the weight scheme isn't for you because of injury or whatever, you can always start super light weight resistance. Learning yoga and holding poses is great for strengthening and conditioning, but you are not going to put on muscle weight doing it. The best you get is making your existing muscles more efficient.

Stretch stretch stretch, and don't lift out of your comfort zone without a spotter. Start small until you get comfortable.
studbeefpile you got anything to add? mentioning you because when you discuss these threads I get mentioned quite often
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#115 - pyjamadog (9 hours ago) [-]
I'm willing to commit so heavy lifting and schedules is not the issue i guess.
I'm eating pretty well, too. since age 19, metabolism seriously slowed down and kilos just kept on coming. Which was a goal for a long time. ( 1.69m 55kgs now).
For a long time my muscles would eat themselves away and every two sets the muscles would go weak and useless and body gets cold and smells sweet for some reason.

I'd love to do deadlifts and other back excercises but msot of 'em put so much stress on my knees which are already beyond repair thanks to 5 years of bad avice.
Planking and yoga would probably help balancing out the weird shifts in my spine and extreme muscle assymetry. after that, deadlifts might be an idea.

As for diet, we eat mostly pandan rice, eggs all sorts of veggies but mostly dark green ones, uhmmm lots of meat but with less fat and ofcourse in between meals i'll eat protein cornflakes.




User avatar
#116 - lean (9 hours ago) [-]
Do you have like a muscle condition or something?
Start with lower weight or even body weight.
Also swimming would be perfect for you combined with the lifts that you can do.
User avatar
#117 - pyjamadog (8 hours ago) [-]
I don't know what's wrong with my body.
Doctors don't say it's serious enough to be treated or they advice taking morphine like what the hell. It could be lack of testosterone.

Swimming sounds fun. Just gotta find a pool not filled with ISIS. Hahaha, just kidding. I'm from europe. I used to get threatened alot in the pool by morrocaines .__.

aye, have a good one, now.
thanks for the help so far.
#108 - Swim.  [+] (8 new replies) 9 hours ago on The Food Pyramid 0
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#110 - pyjamadog (9 hours ago) [-]
Any alternatives tho?
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#111 - lean (9 hours ago) [-]
So you are looking for low impact intensity/ cardio training. Bicycle if your knees can handle it, elliptical if your hips can handle it. Rowing/ canoeing is an option if your legs are shot. You can always get a wheelchair and wheel yourself for 1/2 hr to 1 hr every day. Anything that increases your heart rate for the duration of the activity is burning extra calories including panic, fear, sex, and excitement.

The hernia either requires surgery or can potentially resolve itself with increased muscle stimulation (excercise). Stretching and yoga are also good options if any sort of intensity workout.

Scoliosis is typically degenerative or hereditary. Strengthening the back muscles and proper stretching helps with complications, but spinal fusion surgery is the only thing that really fixes it. Depending on how bad it becomes it shouldn't be detrimental to your health though.
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#113 - pyjamadog (9 hours ago) [-]
Rowing and conoeing sounds like something my old folks should be capable of!

Doctors adviced 'em not to do any any excercise actually, beside just walking around. Although i think yoga should definitely help. Or basic stretching few times a day.

Aye, mate i've heard about everything now as regards to scoliosis. I used to go to some bodybuilding website and they gave me wrong advice for 5 years this ended up giving me permanent damage to my knees and back :/
Too sceptical on that part however, i do strongly believe walking sitting or pose differently helps alot.

If just for me, what kind of advice would you give for back training? My body is fine in terms of weight i guess but it couldn't hurt to gain about 10 pounds of raw muscle fibres. Problem is metabolism. Since a while i'm using these protein flakes which seems like the first thing that helps me since 5 years hahaha. Now just different excercises.
User avatar
#114 - lean (9 hours ago) [-]
Gaining raw lean muscle is the most difficult part of any physical fitness. You have to eat high protein diet, 1g per lb daily is commonly recommended by physical trainers, and avoid excess carbs like mad. The good fats are helpful as well, eggs and dairy are in. Also bacon is excellent a couple times a week. Only drink water. A protein shake to get the extra boost is helpful, but you can take in all the protein you need from solid foods.

The thing is that unless you are a pubescent child you are not going to put on muscle without hitting weights reasonably hard. The process in a nutshell is essentially stressing muscle fibres to stretch and microtear repeatedly because your body's natural healing process grows extra muscle fibers to compensate for the strained ones.

There are tons of back exercises, and you are constantly using your back for nearly every move your body makes- so essentially move more. Dead lifts are a good place to start for isolating lower back (use proper form or you look like a mongoloid impersonating a gorilla), and everything from pull ups to standing curls work the upper back. military press and standing barbell row gets delts and traps for that extra thick neck look.

If the weight scheme isn't for you because of injury or whatever, you can always start super light weight resistance. Learning yoga and holding poses is great for strengthening and conditioning, but you are not going to put on muscle weight doing it. The best you get is making your existing muscles more efficient.

Stretch stretch stretch, and don't lift out of your comfort zone without a spotter. Start small until you get comfortable.
studbeefpile you got anything to add? mentioning you because when you discuss these threads I get mentioned quite often
User avatar
#115 - pyjamadog (9 hours ago) [-]
I'm willing to commit so heavy lifting and schedules is not the issue i guess.
I'm eating pretty well, too. since age 19, metabolism seriously slowed down and kilos just kept on coming. Which was a goal for a long time. ( 1.69m 55kgs now).
For a long time my muscles would eat themselves away and every two sets the muscles would go weak and useless and body gets cold and smells sweet for some reason.

I'd love to do deadlifts and other back excercises but msot of 'em put so much stress on my knees which are already beyond repair thanks to 5 years of bad avice.
Planking and yoga would probably help balancing out the weird shifts in my spine and extreme muscle assymetry. after that, deadlifts might be an idea.

As for diet, we eat mostly pandan rice, eggs all sorts of veggies but mostly dark green ones, uhmmm lots of meat but with less fat and ofcourse in between meals i'll eat protein cornflakes.




User avatar
#116 - lean (9 hours ago) [-]
Do you have like a muscle condition or something?
Start with lower weight or even body weight.
Also swimming would be perfect for you combined with the lifts that you can do.
User avatar
#117 - pyjamadog (8 hours ago) [-]
I don't know what's wrong with my body.
Doctors don't say it's serious enough to be treated or they advice taking morphine like what the hell. It could be lack of testosterone.

Swimming sounds fun. Just gotta find a pool not filled with ISIS. Hahaha, just kidding. I'm from europe. I used to get threatened alot in the pool by morrocaines .__.

aye, have a good one, now.
thanks for the help so far.
User avatar
#109 - pyjamadog (9 hours ago) [-]
Good one