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  3. Just moved into new home with fiance and kids. I have no idea how to even judge what kind of weight and force(from deadlifts) the floor of this loft can handle. I'm planning to have a bench press, a hex bar for squats, many dumbells, 2 or 3 barbells, 6 to 8 45lbs plates, and a cable machine. I'm guessing up to 2 or 3 thousand pounds of equipment? Should I check the integrity of the loft? Whats the best way to do so? Is the carpet a problem? I would like to mount wall mirrors. Should I replace the carpet with something else? Or can I put something over t
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  5. At age 20 I weighed about 128lbs and was 5'9", didn't eat a lot of meat but went vegan and dropped to 118lbs. I lived in the North of England till age 20 then emigrated to Canada, after sometime and eating what Canadians ate my regular weight became 138lbs. I started weight training and gained 10lbs in a month, and 148 was my weight for many years. I did do a bulk diet and gained 24lbs in about 4 months then lost it working construction. I'm now 68 and weigh 148lbs, as I got older the muscle shrunk a little but belly fat started to show. I did drop to 138lbs at one point and was proud of
  6. Robert Cheeke, often referred to as the "Godfather of Vegan Bodybuilding", played a major role in growing the industry from its 2002 infancy to where it is today. A two-time natural bodybuilding champion, Robert is considered one of VegNews magazine's Most Influential Vegan Athletes, is the founder and president of Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness and maintains the popular website, VeganBodybuilding.com. Starting with his early farm roots, Robert shares his story of adding 100 pounds to his frame as a vegan bodybuilder, shifting the industry dialogue, and growing the vegan bodybuilding movemen
  7. Robert Cheeke, often referred to as the "Godfather of Vegan Bodybuilding", played a major role in growing the industry from its 2002 infancy to where it is today. A two-time natural bodybuilding champion, Robert is considered one of VegNews magazine's Most Influential Vegan Athletes, is the founder and president of Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness and maintains the popular website, VeganBodybuilding.com. Starting with his early farm roots, Robert shares his story of adding 100 pounds to his frame as a vegan bodybuilder, shifting the industry dialogue, and growing the vegan bodybuilding movemen
  8. This was episode 78 of the Muscles By Brussels Radio podcast! View full media-link
  9. This was episode 78 of the Muscles By Brussels Radio podcast!
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  11. By the way, what can you tell me about special sports nutrition for weight loss?
  12. Hello, I've been vegan for 35 years (I'm 53 now). I'm not exactly "new" to body building. I first started about 10 years ago, but then discontinued after 6 months. My reason for discontinuing was that I got testicle cancer, and lost a nut. To me, the correlation between the radical change in my diet, and the cancer was very scary. Although I'd been vegan for so many years, when I started body building, I also started eating TONS more peanut butter, tofu, beans, and anything else that was high in protein. I was also drinking several protein shakes throughout the day. I think my body was very un
  13. I worked as a general labourer for a builder and eat a lot, prepared a ton of food. Hot food I used a stew/soup thermos, but you have to prep a lot for the day and I do this the evening before. Fruits, sandwiches like chickpea salad, beans in salads, tea, Indian curries in thermos or you can microwave at work.
  14. Last time I had protein powder it was NOW brand soy protein isolate, chalky but good protein, I find pea protein very thick but no issue with using it.
  15. I drink unflavoured and unsweetened oat m*lk 1 cup= 4g protein. Last time I bought a powder it was NOW brand soy isolate, which is somewhat chalky but what the heck! its plain simple protein powder.
  16. Slight bump, really excited to hear everyones thoughts on the next gen of mycelium products!
  17. Here is the link for the survey! It should take maybe 3-4 minutes and would be immeasurable help as we work towards building the right products for you https://www.questionpro.com/t/ASRHiZlWEK
  18. Hello! I am a food scientist and am working on harnessing the amazing power of mycelium to build some of the tastiest, healthiest vegan protein alternatives for a new set of products. We are looking to build ready-to-eat products for the busy vegans and vegetarians who love Asian cuisine. Mycelium is naturally high in protein and low in fat, as well as having other many nutritional benefits. The company is called Mycovation and we are looking from input from the community into how we can build the best products for all of you. If you are interested in taking a very quick survey and follow
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  20. HI there has anyone had an issue with pea protein isolate? I seem to have some sort of inflammation in my knees plus a few pains in other places, I wasn't sure it was the pea protein, but I didn't have any for a few days then had some again and same issue, I have no problems with peas cooked or raw, I even like the taste of the pea portein, I don't get it, with others like pre-made mixes like vivo life or raw revolution, vega or sun warrior and they all have pea protein in, any ideas? Any advice or questions would be totally welcome. Many thanks
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