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Old 06-13-2008, 03:06 PM
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hahaha...i doubt that will happen...i got a few more years till that maybe less if i start pissing funny
Are you supposed to be a certain age before you have those? I thought you were older than me. Maybe my doctor is gay.
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Old 06-13-2008, 03:18 PM
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Old 06-13-2008, 03:21 PM
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that reminds me of a good family guy

usually 40-50...unless you have symptoms...but i suppose it's good to get checked at any age...
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If there is family history of a problem they will start to check about 10years before the age that the person got it ( ie : dad got it at 40 doc's will start checking you at 30 )
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Pity : Are you doing planks everyday ? or only a few times a week ?
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Old 06-14-2008, 08:17 AM
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i do them at least 3 days a week this week it was 4 cuz i did some random core stuff on thursday...
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The bar walkouts are a good all-around stabibilty thing. And getting you used to holding heavy weights.

In that way they are also a good way to get ready to start heavy squatting again...especially since you can hold more weight than you can squat. Forgetting what it feels like to support those heavy weights can actually make you fail when you do go to squat again. The 'shock' of the weight will basically shut your body down sensing injury potential. It's not just the core supporting muscles needing to be kept up it's a psychological thing....the last thing you need to be thinking is how unbelievably heavy a weight feels right before you try to squat it
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The bar walkouts are a good all-around stabibilty thing. And getting you used to holding heavy weights.
oh yeah....i love bar workouts. just taking the weight out of the rack is hard as hell lol..

pity: doing planks is awesome. i can feel my ab muscles becoming bigger
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I tend to do something similiar to walkouts between sets as Im working my way up,i just unrack the bar once or twice and hold it a few seconds, it helps to make the weight not feel so heavy when you gotta squat it.Good stuff goin on here Pity, well except all the prostate stuff, unless your doc or nurse is lookin like the chick from that movie road trip!!!
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Old 06-14-2008, 06:29 PM
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yeah...i'd rather not have the prostate check anytime soon...glad i got no family history of it
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