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Random health and exercise thoughts

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Eason, Dec 20, 2009.

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  1. mrchariybrown

    mrchariybrown Well-Known Member

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    Squat one day, bench the next day, deadlift a couple days later, bench variant the next day, then wait a few days and do it all over again. Then after the main movements, hammer everything til you can't walk properly after your're done. Takes about 2 hours each time.
     
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    *insert gay joke*
     
  3. tesseract

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    I know there is a website where you can basically buy m2m jeans. I forget the site, my friend swears by it and he's a pretty big dude.
     
  4. knucks

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    Wait a god damn fucking minute. You dont do high volume, drop sets, IIFYM, IF, clen, tren, test, cocaine?>??
     
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  5. mrchariybrown

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    Dude, I do high volume intensity IIFYMFS organic clentrestolone paleo crossfit
     
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  6. Cool The Kid

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    I wish I had gone into DBA in college. Theres a guy at my company here doing "big data" stuff. I'm trying to make that transition too. I am the data guy in my dept but my DBA skills are basura
     
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    Nice dude, I just started IIFYMTEITFYWBBSITB. I also don't eat anything that does not have an expiration date
     
  8. mrchariybrown

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    I mean as long as it's grass fed and that grass needs to be gluten free or else you'll get aids.
     
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  9. conceptionist

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    FYI, there are quite a lot of online courses on computer science and statistics. When I browse various online course websites/ MOOCs, that usually the subjects that has most courses.

    I'm basically gonna cram in a load of stats and MIS/comp science in one or two years now after my business degree. Seems like a field that is growing, especially for the big consulting firms.
     
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  10. knucks

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    Yeah, I hear you. Gotta suck a dick once a while too, I hear that's how you get knowledge.
     
  11. Khayembii Communique

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    Yeah but this is SF I want some APC's with a huge ass not some random ass jeans.

    One reason I want to make a lot of money is so I can afford bespoke pants.
     
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    Depending on what you go into, you might need R/SAS, SQL, or MATLAB. (Depends on company, and specific area)
     
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    Yeah, the classes I'm applying for cover those, aside from matlab. But that's mostly for finance right? Not really my target area.
     
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    I use it for finance, but some of my friends from college used to use it for applied math (not sure what in particular).
     
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    I was under the impression that APC doesn't make the Rescue anymore?
     
  16. Eason

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    Who even wears jeans anymore anyway? The only ones I wear are my white uniqlo jeggings which don't really qualify
     
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  17. conceptionist

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    I haven't studied much finance and the only math I'm gonna take will be some basic algebra or whatever that is used in statistics, not at all on the level of what you get in applied math.

    Thanks for the info.
     
  18. GraphicNovelty

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    I did my best charly fit impression last night for a "workout clothes" contest on MFA

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    I actually think it's pretty cool (AA/Nike/Knockoff)
     
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  19. Eason

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    but who was thick chest?
     
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    dem correlations

    too bad usually need some kind of good set-up for causal effects to think about publishing.

    money to be made though
     

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