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Old 08-15-2006, 10:51 PM
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I was just going back in the training forum admiring all our work in the Sleeper threads. So much info and important links were posted on that to edumicate him. Anyways, I know there's a lot of other great threads such as the DC training overview, "All things GVT", Hypertrophy Specific, EMG studies on muscle groups, ect. Just a TON of great info being burried on page 4 or page 20..

What would everyone think of making another forum with the best or most informative threads on there?

It really doesn't do this forum justice to have all the great debates and studies burried where noone else can benefit. I think this forum has grown enough to where there's way too much great info burried that needs to come out and shine.

The name wouldn't be "best of"..Maybe something else? If everyone things it's a good idea, maybe Uncle Sleazy can make that happen..
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Old 08-15-2006, 11:15 PM
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I'll start as a reference for everyone to judge. I'm NOT saying it needs to be flooded with a hundred threads, just the threads with the MOST useful and correct info....

Death of Modern Bodybuilding

Full Body Workout Debate

DC Training Overview

Hypertrophy-Specific Training

All Things GVT

EMG Studies on Muscle Groups

Or the comedy section:

How Climate Affects Your Workout

I know there's more in the training forum, but I'm too lazy to sift through. I just wrote what I have a personal sticky for. In my opinion, I'd leave out all the stickied material and focus on the hidden gems...From all the forums.

EDIT: Just have to add this -> Olympic Squat Video

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Old 08-16-2006, 05:35 AM
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I like it. Just make sure nobody but you admins can write in it.
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Old 08-16-2006, 11:39 AM
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Sounds like a good idea. But now I'm gonna have to go screw with that EMG thread, don't think I've seen that before .
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I can make a forum where we can include the best thread listings and make them redirect to the original thread location when clicked. That way we don't have duplicates and this would allow the discussion on each topic to continue in its original area.

So it would be a sort of easy to navigate section where you can find the best threads on the site.
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