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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris McCarthy View Post
    I think he was down to lift in the Raw Nationals this year but had to withdraw through injury - or maybe it was visceral hate!

    Would have been interesting to see what he could have done (if anything) against Ray Williams.
    Hard to imagine anyone doing anything against big RW right now. Except watching in awe.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Arnold View Post
    i hear ya man. Rest up. Hope you're back at it soon
    Thanks Brosephus.
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    While the worst symptoms of the cold were Thurs/Fri/Sat and it lessened by Sunday, my improvement since then has been very slow. This thing is lingering, with symptoms still definitely present and improving only very slowly. Have essentially not left home since it started. Went back to work today and attempted to lift beforehand. Did not go well. The only real silver linings are:
    1. I'm not dead
    2. My elbows didn't hurt
    3. The Axis powers didn't win WW2

    High Bar Squat
    95x5, 135x5, 175x5, 205x5, 225x5
    Notes: Felt like crap, everything hurt.

    Press
    65x5, 85x5, 105x5, 125x5, 135x5, 145x5
    Notes: Felt like crap, everything hurt.

    Sumo Deadlift
    145x5, 225x5, 275x5
    Notes: Felt like crap, everything hurt.

    Chin-ups
    3,3
    Notes: Felt like crap, everything hurt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Wolf View Post
    While the worst symptoms of the cold were Thurs/Fri/Sat and it lessened by Sunday, my improvement since then has been very slow. This thing is lingering, with symptoms still definitely present and improving only very slowly. Have essentially not left home since it started. Went back to work today and attempted to lift beforehand. Did not go well. The only real silver linings are:
    1. I'm not dead
    2. My elbows didn't hurt
    3. The Axis powers didn't win WW2

    High Bar Squat
    95x5, 135x5, 175x5, 205x5, 225x5
    Notes: Felt like crap, everything hurt.

    Press
    65x5, 85x5, 105x5, 125x5, 135x5, 145x5
    Notes: Felt like crap, everything hurt.

    Sumo Deadlift
    145x5, 225x5, 275x5
    Notes: Felt like crap, everything hurt.

    Chin-ups
    3,3
    Notes: Felt like crap, everything hurt.
    You know Wolf isn't healthy if Sumo Deadlifts sneak in there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Arnold View Post
    You know Wolf isn't healthy if Sumo Deadlifts sneak in there
    Stay tuned tomorrow for actual video proof. Same Wolf time. Same Wolf channel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Wolf View Post
    2. My elbows didn't hurt
    Don't you love/hate how systemic inflammation tends to alleviate local inflammation? I've been dealing with some really annoying proximal biceps tendonitis and nothing was helping. I got a stunningly awful cold/sinus infection about a month ago and the one good thing to come out of it was, "hey, my arm doesn't hurt anymore."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Wolf View Post
    3. The Axis powers didn't win WW2
    Watch The Man in the High Castle on Amazon Prime if you got it, its a world were the Nazi's won, trippy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satch12879 View Post
    Don't you love/hate how systemic inflammation tends to alleviate local inflammation? I've been dealing with some really annoying proximal biceps tendonitis and nothing was helping. I got a stunningly awful cold/sinus infection about a month ago and the one good thing to come out of it was, "hey, my arm doesn't hurt anymore."
    I'm not sure if it's the systemic inflammation or just the rest, or both, but a small good is better than no good, for sure.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lex_Anderson View Post
    Watch The Man in the High Castle on Amazon Prime if you got it, its a world were the Nazi's won, trippy.
    I think I heard of that. Worth watching, you say?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex_Anderson View Post
    Watch The Man in the High Castle on Amazon Prime if you got it, its a world were the Nazi's won, trippy.
    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Wolf View Post
    I think I heard of that. Worth watching, you say?
    I haven't watched the show yet, but it was a weird book. Unless they really bastardized it, it sounds interesting at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Wolf View Post
    I think I heard of that. Worth watching, you say?
    I believe so, I think it's a decent show so far. It's worth a watch in my humble opinion.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Herbison View Post
    I haven't watched the show yet, but it was a weird book. Unless they really bastardized it, it sounds interesting at least.
    Haven't read the book, but if you have then you know about the films and that's what I am still trying to figure out because I am only 5 episodes in to the series so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex_Anderson View Post
    Haven't read the book, but if you have then you know about the films and that's what I am still trying to figure out because I am only 5 episodes in to the series so far.
    I had to look up what you meant. I thought you were saying they'd made movie adaptations already. In the book, it's a novel, not a film.

    Either way, the whole thing is very strange. If they follow the book, I'm not really sure how they'll manage the ending. There are some very twisted complications that I never really understood.

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