food looking great again! i really need to put some effort into my cooking, i normally just go for quantity over quality lol is TRX one of those cable sled type machines where you can do all kinds of exercises with your bodyweight?
Thanks man, this was a really simple recipe - basically just beans, bulgur, some curry sauce from Trader Joe's, uh, squash(?), sriracha, dill, and some chutney also from Trader Joe's.
The TRX are the suspension trainer bands that you can hang from a bar, or other kind of support (trees, etc.) that allow bodyweight training. They are actually pretty sweet. However, the brand name TRX bands are kind of expensive ($200) with all the bells and whistles. I found some on Amazon for just over $50, but they don't include all of the extra crap that I probably wouldn't use anyhow. The ones I use are called Freestyle Trainer. I think they were developed for people into gymnastics and ring training. Here's the website: http://www.ringtraining.com/
. These are great if you're looking for some at home training w/o weights, or want to do some full body exercise with b/w resistance. Plus, they are effortless as far as changing positions goes. No need for any accompanying videos, or training guides, as there are a ton of resources online for exercises online (youtube, etc.).
If you're bored with your gear at home, I would highly recommend. They are pretty fun!
I'm still too paranoid to eat quantity-wise. If I gain a pound or two I tend to freak out. I suppose it might be necessary though, given I am trying to trade fat for muscle.