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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/12 23:47:32 (permalink)
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A most is a awesome idea will need a draw bridge for cars though but it will be raised when I see the flaming torches of the lynch mob coming LOL.
 
You know these JCB drivers make it look so bloody easy but getting to grips with the YOB is well hard.Today the b@stard wouldn't start and battery was flat as a wire off the alternator had come off I spent hours trying to source a booster pack round the shops then managed to find some heavy duty jump leads came back and thought I would give it a try before attaching the jumps the fcukin thing turned over and fired up as if nothing was wrong.......I have a P1ss taking digger.
 
Mam went home her flight was bloody early so stayed up all night pointless going to bed I spent the day absolutely fcuked so training is moved a day back.Mam just rang to let me know she's back safely flight was delayed so she told me the stewardess's took her to their departure lounge where she saw the captain he looked as if to say who are you? she said to him "I am waiting for my uniform to arrive I am your new co pilot"
He laughed and by all accounts sat down for a chat 
 
Last time she flew here she was with the stewardess's on the plane drinking coffee and eating cake
 
My mams one of these people who people just warm to........if only they knew the real her they'd run a mile LMAO

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/13 22:15:52 (permalink)
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Been feeling off the last few days dropped my Valium from half to quarter and basically feel awful nausea,feverish the works I know its the withdrawal but can't be on with this crap, going back onto half and will come off at later date 
 
Anyway felt like cr@p but got a shoulder session in
 
Sa cable press 10 x 8, 12 x 8, 14 x 8, 16 x 8 
Front raises 10 x 12, 12 x 12, 14 x 12
Uprows 24 x 8, 26 x 8, 28 x 8, 30 x 8 
Cable fly's 2 x12, 3 x 12, 4 x 12
 
Decent enough although by the time I hit fly's I was pretty much done in,felt like training with a fever but at least it made me sweat for once😷

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/13 22:32:32 (permalink)
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Been a while since you've mentioned much of a down turn, the positive is that they seem to be less frequent nowadays

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/13 22:48:54 (permalink)
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If I hadn't messed with my Valium dosages I would have been OK tbh mate 
 
Typical me feel great so go and fcuk it up LOL

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/14 05:14:59 (permalink)
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Might be a dumb question but can you get liquid valium? Or get it in a suspension? That way your could step down in smaller increments?
 
Training going well though mate and YOB sounds like shedloads of fun! Could of done with one of those when I was renovating the garden!

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/14 22:16:31 (permalink)
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Brett yeah you can get liquid Valium so that would be a better option when I finally decide to come off ,think its probably better to stay on for a bit as its helping me recover and the stress of withdrawal wouldn't be the best option at the minute.
 
Training is heading the right way so very pleased with it.
 
The YOB is awesome been using it today to dig out for pipework and using the front bucket to skim and level the road way the power it has is unreal it just ploughs through stuff like its not there.Front bucket is very easy to use but the back bucket now that's a different story Louis is coming back over next weekend for further lessons on this I fcukin need em LOL.

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/15 00:38:57 (permalink)
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Sent off for test testing kit free test and total ,to see where my numbers are,cheaper than running the bloods and just as accurate so we will see where I am at ,feeling better libido is certainly up and energy,mental side is lagging a bit that's either down to not giving it enough time or I need more 
 
Anyway let's see what the results come back with first

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/15 11:34:59 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby RAD#1 2019/04/15 22:38:52
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Digging a moat would be brilliant! I can imagine filling it with water, and keeping it full where you are may be tricky; unless you've got a river or lake close by.

Give the test more time, pal. At least another month. It wont make u bulletproof to stress and it'll prob exaggerate any withdrawal symptoms from coming off any other meds.

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/15 18:11:22 (permalink)
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My house backs onto a brook which winds its way down to the estuary and there’s a bridal way/ footpath on the other side. I call it my moat. One of my many plans for the future is to build a draw bridge which will lower across the brook so I can access the bridal way without having to walk all the way round. But I’d need to be able to raise it when I leave and lower it when I return, so I need like a winch on a remote control .. and for ceremonial occasions (dinner parties, Christmas, Easter etc) I want to hire a dwarf to stand guard in full regalia and lower the bridge for me.. I assume a dwarf would be cheaper then a full grown man, the suit of armour def would be cheaper as less metal!. Wow that went off on a tangent ..
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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/15 22:45:23 (permalink)
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Give the test more time, pal. At least another month. It wont make u bulletproof to stress and it'll prob exaggerate any withdrawal symptoms from coming off any other meds.

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I will do then run a test on the levels I am probably expecting to much to soon things have changed, just mentally I think its going to take time.I will stay with the Valium until things settle down cheers for that mate

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/15 22:54:47 (permalink)
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My house backs onto a brook which winds its way down to the estuary and there’s a bridal way/ footpath on the other side. I call it my moat. One of my many plans for the future is to build a draw bridge which will lower across the brook so I can access the bridal way without having to walk all the way round. But I’d need to be able to raise it when I leave and lower it when I return, so I need like a winch on a remote control .. and for ceremonial occasions (dinner parties, Christmas, Easter etc) I want to hire a dwarf to stand guard in full regalia and lower the bridge for me.. I assume a dwarf would be cheaper then a full grown man, the suit of armour def would be cheaper as less metal!. Wow that went off on a tangent ..



LMAO the dwarf because he would cost less LOL ....like the draw bridge on a remote winch idea especially if it could be linked to play a fanfare when its operating.

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/15 23:27:03 (permalink)
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Bag work
 
1 x 3 minute round
10 second punch out drill
 
1x 3 minute round 
14 second punch out drill
 
1x 3 minute round
16 second punch out drill
 
Well and truly wrecked after this I am just feeling a bit off this week not to sure why, could be a knock on from messing with my Valium just feel really drained,mind I have had my mam here for a month that's enough to exhaust anyone😀
 

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/16 08:31:25 (permalink)
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LOL at the moat guarded by a dwarf!!!! That would be ****in brilliant!

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/16 15:51:41 (permalink)
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A small child would be cheaper than a dwarf, child labour and all that.
 
We need a vid now of you and the YOB is action. When are the mods and paint job happening?

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/16 16:07:24 (permalink)
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Lol @ draw bridge. Don't your councils get in the way of such things?
 
Brother in law had a really good swing in a tree in the front yard of his place. All the kids in the street came to play on it. Council came round and made him take it down... civil liability and all that.

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/16 22:12:43 (permalink)
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DV paint and stuff will be done once I finally get these statics sorted its going to be my retirement project I will get the Mrs to film my awesome driving skills although how the hell I will post it up is another story been trying to post a pic of my mountain bike for Hom3r and it just won't load up for some bizzare reason........FCUKIN TECHNOLOGY !!🙇

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/16 22:29:08 (permalink)
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FFigured out why I am feeling off the Valium thing didn't help but had a homemade stir fry a few days ago and it turns out I used oyster sauce and the bloody stuff has wheat flour in it,should have known as my stomach bloated,eyes went puffy and skin felt like sand plus mood dropped right down.Fcukin gluten really hates me.
 
Today's session was legs right off the bat two squats in my knee felt well off so adjusted the weights and basically did a light session.
 
Cable squats 14 x 8, 16 x 8, 18 x 8, 20 x 8
Ham curls single leg 6 x 12, 8 x 12, 10 x 12
Ext 20 x8, 22 x 8, 24 x 8 , 26 x 8
Calf raises 10 x 12, 10 x 12, 10 x 12
 
Really don't know what to do when it comes to legs even strapped to hell my knee just can't handle much weight at all its a p1sser when the rest of my training is going so well.
 
Might just stick with above with small increases,its not great but at least its something
 

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/17 09:04:54 (permalink)
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Are you Celiac then?  My Sister is and has to really careful.  I'm not but I do have a bit of a sensitivity as in if I pig out I bet problem. 
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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/17 15:54:43 (permalink)
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I imagine avoiding something in your food when all the ingredients are in a foreign a language can be quite tricky

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Re: Radtastic 2019/04/17 16:01:03 (permalink)
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Have you always been sensitive to gluten then or was it something that gradually appeared?
 
As for legs any training is good training. If it's hurting though I'd stop and replace it with something else. Like cycling for example. And I mean cycling not BMXing lol.

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