Ah, I just missed the module and started searching.
Thanks for the hint how to install it 👍
Any New Year resolutions you want to share with the class?
This year we promise to launch v1.0.0.
To pay off 1/3 of my student loans, buy a new laptop, and play more video games.
Hmmm, mine will be to find a proper job, get rid of all personal nonsense I'm having and to find my own place
Make money, get a framed picture of julian.
Happy new year everyone!
@AOKP Send me a copy will you
My goal for this year is to hatch and raise 100 ducks
HNY everyone! Here's to a fantastic 2016!
This year I plan on downloading and using NodeBB v.1
@BDHarrington7 Oh thats just showing off for free reputation :|. Well, cant argue with that regardless
Alles gute für 2016.
Happy happy 2016
My goal is to earn more money, still living on nudels
Happy happy 2016
My goal is to earn more money
Join the queue, you're only behind several billion other people.
I don't do New Years resolutions, but I've agreed to help the girlfriend with hers of going to the gym more. So I've signed up as well.
Apart from that. Same as last year.
Yeah, still waiting in the queue
I've agreed to help the girlfriend with hers of going to the gym more
Nice! I suggest doing StrongLifts 5x5... started last February, and really happy with the results
Looks pretty interesting, although this bit could be my downfall.
If you can Squat 140kg/300lb, with your hips going lower than your knees on each rep (parallel), you’re too strong for StrongLifts 5×5.
I used to weightlift with a bodybuilder when I was younger, although I may start off with this to see just how strong I'm not anymore.
I used to do 3x10, so I can see where he comes from, but I wouldn't agree that you lose form on higher reps. If you feel your form going before 10 reps, the weights too heavy. And the whole sore muscles thing is pretty normal. Eventually the soreness stops and you miss it, feels like you didn't train hard enough.
Eventually the soreness stops and you miss it, feels like you didn't train hard enough.
I hear that. Though I'm not quite at the 300lb mark yet Hit a plateau at 205/210, but going below parallel.
Then again, if you've taken a break, I hear that SL is a great way to get back in the game vs. continuing on with your existing program. Once you hit that first plateau again, you go back into your old program.