I'm unlisting most my videos of my videos for the moment as I feel like this drama is consuming my channel. I just cant be bothered dealing with her anymore. Her level of weirdness is just repeatative and boring. I feel like it would be a good thing if everyone just blocked her and stopped watching. She sadly is feeding off the negative attention and I feel like she needs to explore herself and stop bringing others down.
Okay so 100% sure this is Mira. We all know she knows my fb account. She appears to be hunting through my groups which is screwed. And she found my twitch (link is in my description on my channel but I don't even use it.
This is just because I made a video about whaling in japan (as I am a vegan) and she was mentioned. I've noticed this user seems to watch my videos (as she can quote me) but does not comment on anything unless Mira is mentioned. I am debating dropping a random "kanadajin3" into some of my sentences to see if it summons the great "KMrurouni".
But seriously if this is Mira she has; 1. Admitted to staking through fans/exfans/critiques profiles 2. Admitted to stalking through PULL 3. Admitted to joining private groups that I am part of and hunting out my comments in said group
And so I checked my twitch (omg it was a bit annoying to get into). And sure enough I was subbed (I mean I used to be a fan.)
If this is not Mira they are weirdly obsessed. I have seen Mira in 3 places of the majority. 1. Twitter 2. Youtube 3. Facebook where she sent messages to my partner, myself and others who know me.
But seriously I don't know why I trigger her so much. She's the one that got personal with me. It's just a joke now and she is the plotline. I feel like her trying to keep this drama alive is her trying to hold on to some relevance and keep us talking about her because as youtubers we earn about 10% of what we made before the adpoculapse so I think that is why she keeps popping up.
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I'm a PT. When I worked in a box gym this is what I noticed. Monday & tuesday 6am-7.30 AM slightly busy 7.30-9 am quieten down 9am-2pm dead quiet 2pm-3pm people trickle in 3pm-7pm peak hour 7pm-9pm steady after 9 seems to be one or 2 people at a time. 3am for some reason was busy wednesday and thursday was similar but slightly less busy Friday was dead by 12. Weekends were patchy but busy in a nice manner (more sat then sun)
With clothing, It's gonna get worn down anyway. I lift 3 times a week and wear k mart (australia) leggings and they do just fine. They cost me $20. My Lorna Jane leggings cost $106, seem to use a similar pattern and legit are the same material. My Lorna Janes broke first, The kmart ones have lasted longer. I recommend tight clothing or well fitted as the machines can catch on the baggier stuff. I literally wear mens polo shirts as they breath, don't reveal too much and are comfy. I also reccomend getting some mens worker or sports socks. May sound weird, but they tend to absorb sweat more, give ankle support (when lifting) and I just find they tend to be better quality then the womens ones.
so for best results carbs within half an hour before start of the workout and protein within half an hour after the workout (due to catabolic and anabolic state). But technically it makes only 5% (if that) difference. That's the basis that they teach in PT school. As long as you get the correct protien for your body weight you will gain muscle (unless you are on a calorie deficit) and as long as you are on a calorie deficit you will lose weight. I also personally find strait black coffee to be effective as a pre workout.
If you want to put on 10kg, have a glass of full milk. It's packed with protein which helps build lean mass. We knew a guy who had a fast metabolism. He drank a litre of milk a day and he bulked up. I also suggest eating properly. You could meal prep. Spend 1 day off making food and freeze some of it for later on in the week.