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Politics, News, & SHeeT! / Re: Fuck The State
« on: May 30, 2020, 07:43:25 am »
I don't know if this is right, but is this the case of creating opportunities for evil to take place then complaining when it does.

When injustice takes place you are giving an excuse to evil who are waiting for an opportunity to use to support their evil agenda to commit crimes or developing the anger against people of the same group. Happens everywhere and the media is there to encite that flame to make it happen.
i. e injustice against black leading to an injust act taking place to a white,  killing of civilians in one country causing retaliation on an innocent civilian of that group's (soldiers, rebels) country, one religion fighting another religion and so on.

Its a back and forth struggle which bystanders or innocent people have to suffer, like the result of war when civilians are affected. The aim to restore balance that cannot be balanced when you have leaders or people of power who are swayed to one side. Therefore justic is unbalanced.

Solution? Correct use of unbiased media to aid in justice rather than trying to increase viewing numbers and spicey stories. Does this mean we also play a part in the process of justice, maybe if our voices are valued rather than silenced.

End of Rant. Too much conflict for fight for power, even in religious societies and organizational politics rears its ugly head in, who has more power, etc.

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why not do the couch stretch instead? That one is pretty relaxed for me

I would also have to concentrate to keep it loose as involuntary contraction can set off the cramp.

But as Adarq experienced if I was to to bring my heel to my butt without my hands and try squeeze my heel to butt as much as I can. I can feel the cramp coming up.

It has had an effect on the politeus as I do get that area become a lightly rigid but not painful so rotate and try loose and stretch it.

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Introduce Yourself / Re: Aspiring 5'9 Dunker
« on: May 26, 2020, 05:43:50 am »
welcome man, nice to have you on board.

what's your current or planned workout routine

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Have you guys ever had that hamstring pain when you stretch your quads bringing your heels to butt but when the angle reaches 45 degrees hamstring contracts and stiffs and cramps and you dare not straight your legs as muscle is stiff and will cause more pain then iris until you slowly bend and straight till it goes. Gives me understanding of hamstring tear when sprinting.

So I quickly bring heel so my hams don't have to contract when going slow as hamstring has to stabilise legs when being raised slowly.

It is very tight and painful if I let my legs be bent any opening of the knees and hell breaks loose.

yup i've experienced that many times. for me, it seemed to happen when i had greater quad flexibility or forced the stretch too much, either way resulting in hamstrings/gastrocs coming in "too much" contact. almost like it just "cramps up" being in that position. the after effects could linger for a few days, or even a week or more.

i think for me, when that happened, it would tweak the "popliteus" muscle. Could be what's happening for you.. not good to tweak that muscle.. it can cause all kinds of issues and knee instability.

some weird chain of events could be happening, ie similar to what FDL said .. something contracting in that position and causing a problem.

pretty sure we're talking about the same thing.



i've been back on the no-stretching boat for the last 6 months, feel really good. plan to stay here.

be careful with it!

pc!

hmm.interesting. I stretch my hamstring a lot now before stretching the quads to avoid this problem.
If I am stretching my quads by standing and bringing my heels to butts, the semitendonous muscle cramps up before my heels reaches the butt and is hard to straighten it as that muscle has become short and stiff to straight, so I have to slowly straighten it once the cramps calms down 10 degree angle at a time.

It's like the hamstring wanting to contract when it's not supposed as I am using my hand but would without my hand and my quad straightening and stretching. If i can relax my hammies when stretching this make it loose then good.

but imagine that cramping occurring when running and you straight your legs, you're asking for a tear.

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This guy is crazy and he does single leg ones for sets and reps :o

wtf? impressive.


I used to be able to do these with strict form and with weight slow or quick but now I can descend slowly but not all the way down but then collapse after. Don't know why, maybe because I haven't done the in long time or increase in mass I did this when I was 8.5 stones.

damn. don't recall you doing them like that, nuts.

i never could get any good w/ them. only thing it gave me was hamstring tendonitis.. a few times. will absolutely never do them again. lmao. i love how it felt too (until the subsequent days).

have a poor man's glute ham from sorinex.. :<

I looked through my journal and I couldn't fine the post I did that in my garden, it was around the same time I did the squats with tyres. I would place weight on chair and then just hold a tyre with heel propped under and do ghr comfortably easy.

But I did do them later, which I found in my journal around June 2014-September 2014.
http://www.adarq.org/progress-journals-experimental-routines/my-journey-to-hypertrophy/msg100936/#msg100936

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I used to be able to do these with strict form and with weight slow or quick but now I can descend slowly but not all the way down but then collapse after. Don't know why, maybe because I haven't done the in long time or increase in mass I did this when I was 8.5 stones.

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Progress Journals & Experimental Routines / Re: New year new me
« on: May 19, 2020, 01:11:26 pm »
18/5 yesterday

Yoga 30m meditation 30m

Cycle commute 10miles

Push up 75  :personal-record: 50 50
Pull up (sup) 13, 8, 5, 5, 5 (less than last week.. Didn't rest much after pushup gah)

Beasting on them push ups.
Nice job.

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Politics, News, & SHeeT! / Re: coronavirus
« on: May 12, 2020, 07:21:59 am »
PM made announcement to start easing the lockdown as the number of death daily figures is falling and that he has prepared a 3 phase plan, but admits there probably will not be a vaccine for corona and therefore expect a new norm after the lockdown has ended.

Man this corona virus has f*ed a lot of things up and has had a major impact mentally how we look at the world now and our surrounding.

Schools will start to reopen around June starting from primary and going upwards. So students doing exams will be given a predicted grade of their performance in class, you can imagine those kids that don't take class seriously who feel I will ace the exam but will be given a poor grade because of their performance in class.

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Politics, News, & SHeeT! / Re: coronavirus
« on: May 09, 2020, 09:32:25 am »
 This is the same in UK as well as in some country. People are given freedom for speech, livelihood but when that right is limited don't expect them to listen.

The hard thing is changing people's mindset.

UK planning to ease Lockdown,  600+ deaths last 24hours and second highest death in the world I think.

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Date: today

Condition: Nice warm day. Ramadan and Lockdown restart workout. Low intensity.

Warm up
   Calf stretches
   Ankle hops for height
   Hamstring stretch
   Quad stretch
   Hamstring leg extension stretches bent and straight
   High knee holds
   Back stretch

Warm up (Back alley)
   A walk x 30m
   A skip x 30m
   B switch skips x 30m
   Alternating high knee drills
   A straight leg runs/bounds
   Low to high dribbles to run
   A runs

Workout
   Sprint start
      - 1 step x 2
      - 2 step x 3
      - 3 step x 2

   25m sprints
      - 2 x banded
      - 1 x unbanded

Cool down
   Stretch

Comment
Runs felt good. Especially with band if only I could have tendon reflexes like bands where it can snap back once stretch quick.

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Date: 28/04/2020
Soreness: none

Condition: Ramadan. Lock down. Only major core lifts.

Warm up
   Ankle mobilty
   Calf stretch
   Sitting hamstring stretch
   Quad stretch
   Straight leg hip extension holds like glue bridge but straight leg. I also found out that doing it slightly bent leg really targets the hamstring.
High knee iso calf stretch
Back stretch

Workout
   Step ups with green Band 2 x 8 each leg

   Nordic Hamstring Curls 2 x 7
      - calf also gets worked out as I hold myself with the toes. Balls of feet.

   Single arm shoulder press with band 2 x 8

   Ab roll out 2 x 8

Cool down
   Stretch

   




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Politics, News, & SHeeT! / Re: coronavirus
« on: April 24, 2020, 05:42:25 pm »

Trump is not a doctor. He’s a self-help quack who plays one on TV.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/04/24/trump-is-not-doctor-hes-self-help-quack-who-plays-one-tv/

Know it all trump! lol at inject yourself with disinfectants and then save yourself with the sarcastic card. Then you have the pathetic reps who try everything to save him from his stupidity.

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Off Topic / Re: any experience with dimentia
« on: April 19, 2020, 07:29:09 am »
my grandfather has dimentia. he is almost 90. he doesn't remember anything of peoples faces but knows you're safe to be around tahts it. He also remember old stuff and will remember stuff if he brings it up but if u bring it up anything particular he wont remember any of it.

it sucks, not sure why. tbh if modern medicine doesn't really help with dimentia, maybe its time to try other things..... thats just my opinion tho

I'm currently trying herbal medicine. Other than that don't know what to try.

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Have you guys ever had that hamstring pain when you stretch your quads bringing your heels to butt but when the angle reaches 45 degrees hamstring contracts and stiffs and cramps and you dare not straight your legs as muscle is stiff and will cause more pain then iris until you slowly bend and straight till it goes. Gives me understanding of hamstring tear when sprinting.

So I quickly bring heel so my hams don't have to contract when going slow as hamstring has to stabilise legs when being raised slowly.

It is very tight and painful if I let my legs be bent any opening of the knees and hell breaks loose.

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Have to cancel upper body work out. I strained my shoulder, bicep and the elbow joint, that area of the arm included. Assisting my dad as I have to help him in certain ways where he is unable to shift his weight sitting, or whatever. So will only do lower body and abs workout without involving my arms.

EDIT: Only left arm is injured, right arm is ok.

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