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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/08 23:10:49 (permalink)
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Is it a washer/dryer or just a washer?




LOL Its actually a tumble dryer ,was here when I bought the place we have never used it.Found a mouse has set up home in the extraction tube
 
I have informed it that its going to be moving very soon

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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/08 23:37:29 (permalink)
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Just weighed myself after reading Animals journo lol currently at 94.2 KGS that's another kilo up on last week 
 
Fcukin hell I am approaching 15st and waist is holding at 32/33 heaviest I have ever been was just under 16 st but that was with a 38 inch waist and double chins oh yes I was a little fat fcuker LMAO

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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/09 16:01:04 (permalink)
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Sounds like things have improved physically.... will be expecting various hashtags and transformation flashbacks over social media

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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/09 16:40:53 (permalink)
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OK. What are you doing about rehoming the mouse? I'm serious.

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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/09 23:09:00 (permalink)
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Sounds like things have improved physically.... will be expecting various hashtags and transformation flashbacks over social media




Things are certainly looking better I will be posting some shots of me in my team ox T-shirt but that's as far as it goes 😊
 
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OK. What are you doing about rehoming the mouse? I'm serious.




The mouse will be staying in my shed just moving it to the back area luckily its nest is halfway along the tube so can disconnect it and ditch the dryer.I have a lot of mice in my shed they help keep the bloody insects in check.Had one sitting on the stone that comes out of the floor cleaning itself whilst I trained it didn't give a sh1t I was there.
 
My rule is that if kills insects and spiders it stays in my shed lol

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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/10 23:01:41 (permalink)
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Knee rehab session today neg squats,extensions no lockout or fully back to start,ham curls same as extensions.that is all
 
Knee felt OK during this so that's a plus,still creaks and pops in a morning but it soon wears off and it isn't feeling as painful as it was before so fingers crossed something good is happening.
 
Just ordered some DIM to run with the trt supposed to be a good thing to include by all accounts as it helps with disposing of bad estrogens which is never a bad thing will see how it goes.
 
 
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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/11 16:32:23 (permalink)
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Never heard of DIM?
 
Just watch your dog doesn't go a round with the mouse in your gym lol.
 
I don't think I could go back to training at home again. I like going to the gym. Just need to find a good one.

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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/12 00:13:53 (permalink)
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Never heard of DIM?
 
Just watch your dog doesn't go a round with the mouse in your gym lol.
 
I don't think I could go back to training at home again. I like going to the gym. Just need to find a good one.




Dim is a natural supplement (I know what your thinking but hang on lol) its been shown to lower bad estrogen and increase free t in those running trt and its a safer option than running a AI also its anti cancer and prostrate friendly been looking into it and its got some damn good reviews off docs and people running trt so its definitely worth adding to my protocol.Will see how it does.
 
LOL to bloody right Scoobs is a nightmare with spiders poor sod thinks he's defending me by setting about them,then his face swells up like a football and he looks so pathetic.He's supposed to be a breed that defended the sheep,goats against wolves and bears but he gets fcuked up off a little spider LOL
 
My last dog (SAS) was hard as fook a Portuguese mastiff crossed with a Spanish mastiff she weighed about 87 KGS and took no sh1t unfortunately she died early and broke my heart tbh.And now I have Scooby the complete opposite lol.
 
Don't get me wrong I loved training in a commercial gym,top of the range machines,no fcuking about altering weights and plenty women to perv over but I do love my home gym probably because its more of a get away for me these days and it also looks like a castle dungeon.

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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/12 00:23:37 (permalink)
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This is SAS probably the hardest but most loving dog I have ever owned ....she's a huge miss
 
She loved babies and children they would fascinate her,anyone with biscuits was also a  friend lol and use to keep my other dogs in check nothing vicious just a look was enough she was highly protective over the family and hated cats for some reason.Hugely powerful animal once pulled the Mrs clean out of her slippers when she thought she saw a cat proper cowboy pulled along by a horse stuff LMAO
 
I have had dogs all my life but never had one like this she was more human than animal really thankful for the times we had together.
 
The harness she is wearing is the biggest you can get and its on full settings just gives you idea of the size of her lol
 
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Another shot of her usual position in the house as you can see she's on high alert LOL
 
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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/12 09:16:28 (permalink)
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Love dogs had a few as a kid.

I feel guilty now as we don’t have a dog and I think it’s a part of life that the kids will miss out on. Just couldn’t deal with all the extra work and time is short blah blah it wouldn’t be fair on the dog I feel.

Conflicted on getting a dog as you can see lol.

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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/12 23:25:02 (permalink)
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Dogs are great but do take up a lot of time especially when you get a pup ,Christ Scoobs was a hell of a lot of work I forgot how demanding they are ,he had me bloody shattered lol.
 
Got 4 now 3 belong to the Mrs and I have the stupid giant who tonight was trying to catch a moth and ran into the wall FFS.

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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/13 07:38:52 (permalink)
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87kilos! Christ what a beast. My Bullmastiff is 65kg and when he really pulls, I struggle to hold him. Especially now how’s in his bouncing crazy energy teenage years!

We’ve got a halti collar, which slips over his nose for my mrs to walk him, it’s so good, the slightest tug and he’s back in line.

IMO dogs are only hard work for the first 6 months.. if you train them right, and they amalgamate in to your family, there’s a point you reach when you couldn’t imagine life without them.
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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/13 23:07:49 (permalink)
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87kilos! Christ what a beast. My Bullmastiff is 65kg and when he really pulls, I struggle to hold him. Especially now how’s in his bouncing crazy energy teenage years!

We’ve got a halti collar, which slips over his nose for my mrs to walk him, it’s so good, the slightest tug and he’s back in line.

IMO dogs are only hard work for the first 6 months.. if you train them right, and they amalgamate in to your family, there’s a point you reach when you couldn’t imagine life without them.



She was massive mate we used to take her out in the car she would fill the backseat and the rear suspension would drop,that settee she's sleeping on had to have re in forced lats  as one day it just collapsed lol.
 
Mastiffs are stupidly strong if he's in the same mindset of Scoobs it must be like wrestling a alligator,we actually have a halti for him as well although at the minute he's OK and doesn't drag in just his collar but that's at the moment.
 
I kept the harness I had for SAS but it just hangs off him on the lowest settings I think she stretched the hell out of it.Dogs like you say can be hard work at first but then become a huge member of the family.
 
The Mrs and me have decided that once we get this place up and running we are going to go the local pound and give the older dogs who unfortunately have no chance of being re homed a home with us.
 
As over here dogs are viewed as a tool to protect livestock,property etc and mostly live outside on chains and once they are of no use they are pretty much dumped in the pound (fcuks me off but its how it is here).So just to give them a chance to see the other side of being part of a family in their latter years.
 
You would think they would be vicious, unsociable etc  but its not the case every time we visit the pound they just love attention the poor sods just want to be treated nice.
 
We know its going to be hard as loosing a dog is never easy and these guys might not have much time left but its something we both really want to do.
 
 

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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/13 23:30:35 (permalink)
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Todays session was chest and tris its been another sickly warm day today so cranked up the fan and went into this with low expectations
 
WG Bench press 82 x 8, 84 x 8, 86 x 8, 88 x 8 ( up 4kgs on last) plate weight only
Fly's 12 x 12 ,12 x 12, 12 x 12 ( kept the same)
WG Incline 74 x 8, 76 x 8, 78 x 8, 80 x 8 ( up 4kgs on last time) plate weight only
Db Pullovers 20 x 12, 20 x 12, 20 x 12 .( kept the same weight for all)
 
Pushdown 34 x 8, 36 x 8, 38 x 8, 40 x 8 (up 4kgs on last time)
Rev grip 18 x  12, 20 x 12, 22 x 12 (up 2 kgs on last)
Overhead rope pulls 20 x 8,  20 x 8, 22 x 8, 22 x 8 ( down 2 on last just knackered lol)
 
New bench is a different world just felt solid and no creaking or uprights waving about which certainly helps lol.Press is getting stronger and incline is flying along although last set I felt my energy just drop so a bit graft in getting the reps.
 
Tricep work started strong until I hit rope pulls I was basically knackered by then so dropped the weight down and focused on hitting the reps 
 
The heat was draining today but very happy with the session overall the new bench felt great and the butterfly attachments took a bit getting used to but once I got the hang of them they were really good.
 
Got a strange feeling in my left tricep for a few days its not painful or anything but every now and then I get a twinge that feels like someone pulling thread through my skin if that makes sense no idea what that's about.
 

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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/14 05:47:55 (permalink)
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Might be just a slight nerve twitch or something. I get one occasionally in my right tricep that feels like someone’s playing drumsticks on it lol.

Nice session mate progressing still.

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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/14 15:33:41 (permalink)
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Hmm, yeah, triceps sounds like a nerve. Flossing that is easy tho. Training on point however, buddy. New bench doing it's job nicely

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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/14 22:17:17 (permalink)
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Might be just a slight nerve twitch or something. I get one occasionally in my right tricep that feels like someone’s playing drumsticks on it lol.

Nice session mate progressing still.



It does feel like nerve its just unusual the thread like feeling never had that before lol.
 
Cheers yeah still moving forward although the pace is starting to slow now and things are starting to feel a bit heavy 
 
 
 
 

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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/14 22:23:41 (permalink)
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Hmm, yeah, triceps sounds like a nerve. Flossing that is easy tho. Training on point however, buddy. New bench doing it's job nicely




Its certainly a new on me I thought I had loose thread on my t - shirt but nope its a internal thingy lol
 
New bench is great dude,just feels like a solid piece of kit really shows how dangerous my other bench actually was 😨 
 
Training is coming together especially since getting over the mental hurdle of not pushing things to far in case I had a relapse.....its bloody hard work now lol

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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/16 00:14:27 (permalink)
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The heat has been horrible lately so dropped bag work as I am just to exhausted spent all day sweating like hell off loads of screwing...........putting in decking in the sun is bloody awful.
 
Wrist is killing despite being strapped to hell and before tomorrow's session I have a day of jack hammering solid rock,thankfully the temp is dropping but going to be a hard session no doubt

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Re: Radtastic 2019/05/16 04:43:51 (permalink)
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Wrist is probably due to so much other work outside the gym mate.
 
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