Feb 4, 2015
Furry-Muscle Cast - 41 - XMasEats
· Maximus Ursis – Carding With Friends. (Away)
· Tiptoe – Post-Con Model Building.
· Beastly Bahamut – Quite, Blue and Ripping Clothing.
· Syn – A Post-Con Roller Coaster Rat.
· Jazz Wolf – Hates Cold, Like Sunny Florida.
· Snowheart – Working, Working, Working.
· Tiberious – On Call (Away)
· Schredded Wolf – If It Don’t Got Veins On Muscles, Leave!
· Zak – Winter Rest.
2. Programing Note:
January – 9th
July – 10th
February – 13th
August – 14th
March – 13th
September – 11th
April – 10th
October – 9th
May – 8th
November – 13th
June – 12th
December – 11th
A. MidWest Furfest
- Talk about how MWFF 2014 went for Cast members whom went.
- News: At Hyatt-Regency, Rosemont: Glass Jar with White Substance, Strong Chlorine Smell Causes Firefighter, EMS Hazmat Response, Evacuation
B. Holiday Fitness Tips
- Prioritize Your Time - During the holiday rush many people forget to give themselves “you” time. If one can’t get a normal workout in it best to at least do 30 minutes of activity first thing in the morning.
- Pick Your Indulgences Wisely - Indulge wisely and in moderation. Is the goodie in question one you can eat year-round, or is it a seasonal special? There's no point blowing your diet on a cookie that comes from a box purchased from the supermarket. You can throw those in your cart at any time.
- Buddy Up - Find someone with similar goals, and work together to accomplish them, this can help with staying on track during the holiday eats.
- Schedule Training Wisely - Plan ahead a little before diving in to workout. Putting the turkey and stuffing to go use. Time your meals so you can use them as fuel or to replenish nutrients.
- Other Tips On Link’s Website
C. Volume Training
- What is Volume Training? - To train a muscle group many times over above 15 sets (many times one does that exercise).
- Risk: Obvious risk of overtraining,
- Do 18–26 sets for large body parts, like back and quads. Do 15–20 sets for smaller body parts, like triceps and calves
- Work out six days weekly, and train all body parts, other than abs and calves, only once a week. This will allow you to keep your intensity up throughout the entire routine.
- Keep all workouts to 90 minutes or less.
- In order to maintain your intensity, increase your overall workout volume gradually. Don’t add more than two sets per week.
- What is the best time to eat protein?
- Most people get their protein intake at breakfast and dinner times.
- Is there an advantage to spreading protein intake throughout your day? *Pause* Hell, yes.
- Researchers studied 24-hour muscle-protein synthesis in a group of healthy men and women.
- Protein synthesis was 25% higher when subjects consumed protein evenly at each meal. The researchers concluded that it’s better to have protein with breakfast, lunch, and dinner than having a big, high protein meal at night.
A. From: SexyWolf @Tiptoe & Syn
Question: If you and Syn had totally bold heads could I rub them both after a fresh shaving like a gypsy hag rolling her hands a crystal ball?
B. From: WhoDaOwl @JazzWolf
C. From: BlueDoggie @Beastly Bahamut
Question: Working for a logging company may be a lot of heavy lifting sometimes. I never hear you complain about your leg even after your motorcycle accident from a while back. Does it still cause you problems, currently and if it does. Does it cause problems with your driving at your job?
D. From: MuscleBoundWolf @Schredded Wolf
Question: I see you love veins, why? I know it seems crazy question but I can’t wrap my head around what so “cool” about it. I mean no disrespect in anyway, I just wanted to understand what so neat about it. I do think veins popping out is pretty neat.
E. From: FloridaWolf @Jazzwolf
Question: What tools do you use to do art and do you find doing digital drawings all the time impact your traditional art drawing skills?
5. Closing Out:
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