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Stupid questions

Stupid questions

What steroids did Sylvester use in Rambo 2?   5% (2)
My dog is really strong, if i eat his food wil i be strong to?   42% (15)
Should i put a fancy exhaust on a 1ltr car or save up for a proper car   5% (2)
Braap marklar?   0% (0)
Don't carbs make you fat?   20% (7)
Shouldnt i go on a special K diet?   11% (4)
Mc Donalds is good food right?   14% (5)

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2007/06/13 15:30:18 (permalink)

Stupid questions

What is the stupidest question on this list?

Fell free to add any stupid questiosn you have heard or asked..
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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 15:31:49 (permalink)
    what about those protein shake sterod thignies, are they any good. FPMSL
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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 15:44:13 (permalink)
    Got to be the dog one

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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 15:46:36 (permalink)
    Can creatine kill you? or The steroid protein shake one!

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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 17:48:25 (permalink)
    lol
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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 17:49:29 (permalink)
    The third question is not stupid, it's common sense...

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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 18:23:53 (permalink)
    I got a "but aren't carbs the ones that make you fat" just yesterday.
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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 18:25:31 (permalink)
    Wont doing 1000 crunches aday get you a six pack?
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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 18:34:27 (permalink)
    Ye often hear the carb and fat one lol, definately Shane the fat spotting question make me vomit and i used to ask them lol
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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 18:36:41 (permalink)
    I think i might have found 1 which tops them all!

    What gear does superman use, if you know?

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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 18:40:26 (permalink)
    Spot reduction of fat, that's a good one. I still hear the odd " professional " trainer talking about it.
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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 18:44:13 (permalink)
    Yeah lol, when i look back at some of the 'trainers' i have met...the things i have been told !

    Eat a mars bar PWO !!!

    Spot reduce ab fat by sit ups?!

    Do Isolation if you want to look ' Toned'!!!!>??!!?!

    with this kind of mis information how is a newbie to progress O_o

    haha
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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 18:44:56 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: doc_mattyboy

    Can creatine kill you? or The steroid protein shake one!


    that was my intial thought, but then I thught I'd give them credit for seeing the link between nutrtion and strength as opposed to training routine or roids.
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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 18:46:53 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Furious D


    ORIGINAL: doc_mattyboy

    Can creatine kill you? or The steroid protein shake one!


    that was my intial thought, but then I thught I'd give them credit for seeing the link between nutrtion and strength as opposed to training routine or roids.



    Don't know if i am having a stupid moment but i don't follow,please explain
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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 19:10:03 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: bertie

    Spot reduction of fat, that's a good one. I still hear the odd " professional " trainer talking about it.


    A major study published in a 2006 issue of the American Journal of Physiology uncovered some interesting results, effectively turning the world of exercise science on its ear. In the study, conducted at the University of Copenhagen (Denmark), scientists had male subjects perform single-leg extensions with light weight for 30 minutes straight. The researchers then measured the amount of blood flow to the subjects' subcutaneous fat cells (those under the skin) in both the exercising and resting thighs, as well as the amount of lipolysis (release of fat) from those fat cells. The scientists discovered that the exercising leg experienced a significant increase in blood flow to and lipolysis from the subcutaneous fat cells, compared to the resting leg. In other words, during exercise, the fat cells surrounding the trained muscle released more fat into the blood, meaning a greater quantity of fat is fed to the exercising muscles to be used as fuel.

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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 19:12:46 (permalink)
    A major study published in a 2006 issue of the American Journal of Physiology uncovered some interesting results, effectively turning the world of exercise science on its ear. In the study, conducted at the University of Copenhagen (Denmark), scientists had male subjects perform single-leg extensions with light weight for 30 minutes straight. The researchers then measured the amount of blood flow to the subjects' subcutaneous fat cells (those under the skin) in both the exercising and resting thighs, as well as the amount of lipolysis (release of fat) from those fat cells. The scientists discovered that the exercising leg experienced a significant increase in blood flow to and lipolysis from the subcutaneous fat cells, compared to the resting leg. In other words, during exercise, the fat cells surrounding the trained muscle released more fat into the blood, meaning a greater quantity of fat is fed to the exercising muscles to be used as fuel.


    I know it can be done in the right circumstances .. but its about diet not ttraining......... an certainly a ridiculous idea for a newbie to attempt... Steve come on this thread needs you!
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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 19:19:44 (permalink)
    Any chance of posting a link to the study?
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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 19:21:28 (permalink)
    ahhh didnt want this to become a serious post
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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 20:30:21 (permalink)
    anything that is asked more than twice without any progression
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    RE: Stupid questions 2007/06/13 20:40:03 (permalink)
    I walked into my wife's shop this morning wearing my bike jacket and carrying my lid. . . .

    . . . . one of her employees goes "oh, did you ride your motorbike here?".
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