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Tim replied to Greg S's discussion Brett McKay's pull-up routine in the group Exercise
"I've been doing pull ups consistently for a year and a half now. I started with doing barely 5-6, now I can do about 20 or so (body weight). For me, doing weighted pull ups (using a barbell plate fixed to a weight belt secured around my waist)…"
Aug 29
Tim replied to Chris J.'s discussion Running Shirtless Outdoors in the group The Shirtless Man
"Nice, man...With the hot dry weather we've been having, I have not bothered to bring a shirt along with me on my runs for the past 2 months or so."
Aug 29
Tim commented on Bruce Uall's group The Shirtless Man
"shirtless right now..temps were in 30 C range the past few days..currently it's 28 and cloudy with high humidity..feels almost like a sauna. "
Jun 28
Tim commented on Bruce Uall's group The Shirtless Man
"lol..Harry, I bet your nips get a lot of attention "
Jun 10
Tim commented on Bruce Uall's group The Shirtless Man
"@ Ray Baker: No, not always. I find that if I'm shirtless indoors or when it's warm, my nipples stay flat (unless it's cold or they are stimulated). I find that my nipples pop out more often if I'm shirtless outdoors and/or…"
Jun 4
Tim commented on Steven C.'s group Exercise
"Matt, I agree with you about chin/pull ups..they are the among the best (and simplest) exercises to build upper body mass & strength. I started out early last year doing barely 6 pull ups..now I can do 15-20 easily. Am working on weighted…"
May 29
Tim replied to Chris J.'s discussion Running Shirtless Outdoors in the group The Shirtless Man
"Was shirtless for most of my run yesterday. It was sunny and 13-14 degree C (55-57 degrees F)..unseasonably warm in my area at this time of year. At this temperature it was a tad chilly at the start of the run, so I started wearing a shirt but once…"
Mar 6
Tim commented on Steven C.'s group Exercise
"Rusty, I think you should start the week with your larger muscle groups first (chest, back, legs) followed by the smaller muscle groups (shoulders, arms). How long have you been lifting? If you're new, I would recommend a simpler general 3 day…"
Jan 28
Tim replied to Scott L Ferrell's discussion I finally did it in the group The Shirtless Man
"Wow! What's with this discussion? To me this sounds like a great male bonding event, nothing gay about this."
Jan 21
Tim left a comment for Galileo
"Hey Galileo..thanks for adding me! I was pretty busy with other stuff last night so I didn't have time to chat. Anyway, the picture in my avatar was taken at Garibaldi Lake, which is about 5000 ft. above sea level and about 1.5-2 hrs drive…"
Jan 14
Tim left a comment for Mike F
"Hey Mike..thanks for adding me!"
Jan 6
Tim replied to Mongoose's discussion De-Moobification in the group Exercise
"Skin fold calipers are probably the best/most practical way to accurately determine body fat % (other than hydrostatic weighing) and measure progress. Not sure whether your gym does this but it can also be something you can do it yourself (or with…"
Dec 23, 2014
Tim replied to Jay D's discussion Running in the dark / minimal shoes
"Although I prefer to run on wooded trails, I stay out of them when it's dark. Not worth the risk  of tripping or even running off the path! In the warmer months there's also the additional risk of running into bears. I've…"
Dec 13, 2014
Tim replied to Matthew J Dorry's discussion What do you call your professor when they're a Ph.D., but they tell you to call them by first name.
"In my experience it depends on the prof's personal preference. Having been a grad student myself, most profs that I know prefer to be called by first name (applies to colleagues, grad students, undergrads). If you are contacting a prof for the…"
Dec 13, 2014
Tim replied to Zachary Warner's discussion Manly Hobbies
"My hobbies include fishing, hiking, science/nature, distance running, weightlifting, and reading."
Dec 13, 2014
Tim replied to Tim's discussion Overcoming Training Plateaus in the group Exercise
"Yusuf- thanks for the great response. You don't sound snobbish at all :-) Yes I am a natural lifter and agree that strength is more important than size. The improvements in strength (compared to size) were the most noticeable over the past…"
Dec 4, 2014

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At 1:00pm on August 4, 2014, Michael J. K. said…

Welcome Tim hope you are doing well and running in the rain would be great I would think

 
 
 

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Rick Shelton replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
"I would agree with you on much of this excepting the fact that by faith the Muslims are supposed to make a Hajj at least once in their lives.  It's one of the five pillars of Islam.  This means that if ISIS controlled the three holy…"
14 minutes ago
Rick Shelton replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
"That doesn't mean much.  I've seen 'reporters' ask every day Americans how many natural satellites the earth has and they couldn't answer the question correctly."
19 minutes ago
Shane replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
">national igloo I see what you did there."
21 minutes ago
Carl Monster replied to Alex L's discussion Learn how to cook
"After I was booted from the college dining hall upon gradution *sob* I discovered these: These were about 2 dollars a serving and guaranteed you a balanced meal. It also offered a reprive from the burden of shopping to stock a kitchen, cooking, and…"
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John Muir replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
"Iran is fighting ISIS. In fact, in a bizarre turn of events, they are sharing bases with US advisors. Sunni Saudi Arabia hates and fears ISIS because ISIS has declared themselves to be a caliphate, so that means they must ultimately desire to…"
33 minutes ago
Jack Bauer replied to Mongoose's discussion As Said, Society Needs to Figure This Out in the group The Great Debate
"Completely new context for the 'tuck rule'. JB"
48 minutes ago
Jack Bauer replied to Mongoose's discussion As Said, Society Needs to Figure This Out in the group The Great Debate
"I like that plan.  Good distance practice ... with the added benefit of probably re-single-sexing the unisex bathrooms. JB"
1 hour ago
Nick H replied to Mongoose's discussion As Said, Society Needs to Figure This Out in the group The Great Debate
"Or the seat"
1 hour ago

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