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#31 Postby V VII Hero » Tue Aug 30, 2005 12:34 pm

most my relatives died from strokes and stuff and the cause was high blood pressure which was too much salt.

Im figuring its stress. i stayed up all last night worrying about a family member.

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#32 Postby V VII Hero » Tue Aug 30, 2005 8:15 pm

so i started adding more foods back into my diet:
on top of the fruit and millet
I had a package of soydogs, and package of vegan patties.

my appetite is coming back slowly. but not for protein powders

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#33 Postby kollision » Tue Aug 30, 2005 9:07 pm

I don't take any protein powders at all, or supplements for that matter. You can do it with regular food mate, dunno if its gonna be more costly for ya though.

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#34 Postby V VII Hero » Tue Aug 30, 2005 9:27 pm

yeh I was doing it with regular food. the problem is I have basically zero dollars, so i thought protein powders might be the way to go. as i can always somehow manage to get enough calories for the day but not enough protein. unless I want to spend the $$$

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#35 Postby kollision » Tue Aug 30, 2005 9:28 pm

V VII Hero wrote:yeh I was doing it with regular food. the problem is I have basically zero dollars, so i thought protein powders might be the way to go. as i can always somehow manage to get enough calories for the day but not enough protein. unless I want to spend the $$$


Were you overdosing on that protein? I know its a lot cheaper to go that way, unless you want to live on nuts and all the other stuff.

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#36 Postby V VII Hero » Tue Aug 30, 2005 9:30 pm

i dont think i was overdosing it.

I eat quite a lot of nuts right now as it is but theyre expensive too.


all i know is I am feeling better and eventually hope to have some money once i start school. so I will figure a daily diet plan out then.

thanks

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#37 Postby kollision » Tue Aug 30, 2005 9:30 pm

V VII Hero wrote:i dont think i was overdosing it.

I eat quite a lot of nuts right now as it is but theyre expensive too.


all i know is I am feeling better and eventually hope to have some money once i start school. so I will figure a daily diet plan out then.

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Dang pbrother, glad you are feeling better. BTW, when does class start?

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#38 Postby V VII Hero » Tue Aug 30, 2005 9:33 pm

class starts october 10th. i move october 5th. and i hope I qualify for a loan. cause if not, i have no idea how im gonna pay for tuition :roll:

I am really looking foward to learning and training. cant wait to be certified. im then thinking bout becoming duel certified, so I therefore my salary will be upped a lil, which in turn I will be able to afford to eat right.

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#39 Postby kollision » Tue Aug 30, 2005 9:39 pm

V VII Hero wrote:class starts october 10th. i move october 5th. and i hope I qualify for a loan. cause if not, i have no idea how im gonna pay for tuition :roll:

I am really looking foward to learning and training. cant wait to be certified. im then thinking bout becoming duel certified, so I therefore my salary will be upped a lil, which in turn I will be able to afford to eat right.


Dual? Whats dual? As in two certifications?

BTW mate, this isnt a national thing. There are over 200 different certifications, done in 200 different ways. I don't know if I mentioned it here, but Dr Sal Arria, from ISSA, is trying to make a national board for PT's to take the test to be Nationally Certified (like doctors). Look here:

http://www.nbfe.org/


Also, how long until you need to recertify again?>

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#40 Postby V VII Hero » Wed Aug 31, 2005 1:51 pm

yeh 2 certifications.

the gym Im gonna work at recognizes 4 certifications and the school's state diploma. if I go and get one of the 4 they recognize, on top of my state diploma, my pay goes up.

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#41 Postby kollision » Wed Aug 31, 2005 10:53 pm

V VII Hero wrote:yeh 2 certifications.

the gym Im gonna work at recognizes 4 certifications and the school's state diploma. if I go and get one of the 4 they recognize, on top of my state diploma, my pay goes up.


Ya thats generally how it works, as well as experience. I have this Fiscal book for finance and how to market yourself from ISSA, and it tells you about how the pay goes up according to hours, educations, etc. Gives you the price ranges too.


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