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Old 5th November 2019, 22:03   #21
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Just got back from training and I was able too lift heavier then I was, I got so wound up about it that I pushed myself a bit more then I did.

My bench press was better.
nearly every lift went up at least 10 killer grams.

Funny way you helped push my limits lol.

But again Please knock it off with the assumed drinking problem please its not my driving force and its not who I am.

I haven't helped myself with the posts where there's beers involved but again that was my way of spicing up the forums so we can all have a laugh and have a banter its all good fun.

But some of you its gone the other way.

Just want too clear the air once and for all.

Time for a pig out time too hunt in the carboards.
Get some carbs Lordy...
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Get some carbs Lordy...
Already got the spaghetti Bolognese on the go and cooking as we speak.
With a added protein shake and eggs
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Already got the spaghetti Bolognese on the go and cooking as we speak.
With a added protein shake and eggs
Good man, gotta keep the intake up
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Good man, gotta keep the intake up
High carb protein life style.

Intensity and Consistency Both combined = RESULTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Good morning Dave, an impressive photo. You are looking formidable thanks for explaining about the drinking. All the very best for a speedy recovery.
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Good morning Dave, an impressive photo. You are looking formidable thanks for explaining about the drinking. All the very best for a speedy recovery.
Morning Phil Cheers still got a long way too go if I keep at it I'll reach my goal.
Goals we set are goals we get

Its no problem at all had too clear the air with working Menzies distribution over a year now, They got me by the beeps and having a social life driving vans and there class 2's is very limited.

One of the easiest jobs I've ever done at the same time doesn't leave me much social time and getting time off is tough, I was lucky too get time off a few weeks back after the incident the manger joe had too pull a few strings too get me the time I needed.

Fair play too him tho for doing that.

So yeah not so much of a party animal anymore.
But when I do have good sesh I have a good one with the lads or just a few at home too enjoy with my old man.
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Cant beat having a few drinks with mates darl along with good food n good banter 😊😊
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Cant beat having a few drinks with mates darl along with good food n good banter 😊😊
Too right just wish it was more often I could spend time with friends.
I tell you what after going home I was still full after all that food.

It was a truly epic.
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Old 6th November 2019, 17:07   #29
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Hi,

I found your post very moving to say the least.
I donít do any social media of any sort except
Talking to ye guys on .
I try to keep it light hearted as much as I can .
The real story of my r75 Connie.
As a 17yo I had a mental breakdown got ECT
And was on medication for a few years.
Truth be told it never goes away , but it can be
maintained (in my case) with the help Good
Friends and family.
Flash forward to may of this year my 16 yo
Daughter was diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma
Stage 4 cancer , my whole world blew up .
To keep my mind full and not allow to much
Darkness in I got the r75connie and have spent
Every bit of free time on it . My daughter has done
Her last batch of chemotherapy last week and is
On the up . I may have never have shared any of
This with ye guys , But after reading your post I
Felt it was appropriate.
As I said I donít do social media and am not savvy
In this regard ,so if this post inappropriate please
Let me know and I will remove it straight away.

Rob
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Hey Dave glad you've got yourself together again mate, It was frightening reaDing your thread. You're looking fit mate & ready to say ......Give me your boots your jacket & your motorcycle.


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