Train Intentionally, Not Habitually.
Activity 2017-08-25T22:58:32+00:00


  • kevin niro became a registered member 2 weeks, 6 days ago

  • Hello FP community!

    I have a question for you guys, it may seem a little weird but here it goes!

    My roommate (and myself) have been fans of functional patterns for a couple years. We are both BJJ (Brazilian Jiu Jitsu) practitioners. I’ve personally found that doing MFR and “mobility” is an amazing complement to my BJJ practice, since, believe it…[Read more]

  • Felix became a registered member 3 weeks, 1 day ago

  • Hello,

    Why people eat junk food has little to do with my point, the issue here is that you’re replacing a regular food with good nutritional value with a junk food. Replacing non-vegan junk food with vegan junk food wouldn’t have the same issue, in both cases the nutritional value is poor.
    Dairy is an important component in the western diet, its…[Read more]

  • Kevin crowe started the topic Brain Nutrition in the forum Nutrition 3 weeks, 2 days ago


    How can brain nutrition impact academic performance? Just like athletes need good nutrition to compete at their best, the wrong kinds of foods can have an adverse effect on energy and brain performance. For example, have you ever stuffed yourself full of fast food at lunch and then had a hard time staying focused or even awake in the…[Read more]

  • Hello,

    Not sure if that’s a silly question or not, but just wondering if someone did weights and circuit training, they are obviously going to create muscle, not entirely sure on the science bit, but I know it affects your creatinine, so if creatinine is a factor in calculating your eGFR and your eGFR drops as a result, how do they guage what is…[Read more]

  • Hello,

    So, I was wondering if anyone here had any recommendations for home exercise equipment that has a small footprint? My house isn’t huge, but with the family we don’t have a lot of free space to put more stuff. The only room where there is superfluous space is our basement where the ceiling is only ~6’6″ (maybe, and I am 6’2″) so vertical…[Read more]

  • Marvinwrown became a registered member 1 month, 1 week ago

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  • Kevin crowe started the topic Cricket problem in the forum Sports 1 month, 4 weeks ago


    I have a friend who carries heres on her Bra. It gets small brown rust like spots on it which scratch off with a thumbnail. She uses a Marine Tuff cloth as a barrier but still the spots appear.Under close inspection I could only find one crater that I could say may have been caused by the spots. Has anybody else encountered this? Is there…[Read more]

  • Hello,

    What is the definition of what a sport is? You’ve got football, baseball etc, all considered sports and games. What about chess and monopoly, not sports but games right? So is it all sports are games, but not all games are sports or the other way around – or is it muddied? What about racing cars, fishing, shooting and other such…[Read more]

  • Hello,

    Years ago, I was diagnosed with several digestive problems that keep me from getting all the nutrients from the food I eat. The solution to this was simple: drink Boost/Ensure. Since the nutrients in liquids are absorbed easier. I’ve since stopped doing this several years ago because… well, it’s freaking expensive. Even the generic stuff…[Read more]

  • Hello,

    I’m fairly new to cycling (3 weeks) I’ve slowly built up to a 25 mile ride. However when I first did a 20 mile ride I found my energy levels just switched off after 15 miles. I’ve been using gels since and haven’t had any problems. However I’ve been looking at the options available and I’ve got a question. If I was to get an energy drink,…[Read more]

  • yhzeli became a registered member 2 months ago

  • Hi,

    A gym workout usually will focus on either aerobic exercise or weightlifting, although it is also possible to perform a workout routine that blends both. Aerobic workouts are common for those athletes trying to burn calories or tone the body or who are training for endurance sports. Aerobic workouts generally make use of a gym’s treadmills,…[Read more]

  • HI,

    I’m brand new to rowing and Concept 2 and we just got a Concept 2 Model 3 with PM4 at my employers wellness center. Did my first rowing workout on Friday.
    I’m wondering what is the best way, or is there an easy way to record my workout electronically on a somewhat public Concept 2? It it not connected to a computer, just the standalone…[Read more]

  • HI,

    this is long but I’m guessing some of you will find it of interest because of its No S implications. . . I was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes last week; I have quite regular check-ups and my glucose tests have never indicated I was even borderline diabetic except for 20 years ago when I had gestational diabetes which went right back to normal…[Read more]

  • spadekevin started the topic Nutrition in the forum Nutrition 2 months ago


    I have just joined this forum. My father has LBD and lives with me and my husband. We just came back from a 4 day hospital stay for Dad due to gallbladder that had to be removed. I have him home and he has only had intake of a maybe 10 sips of liquid and about four bites of soft food. Any suggestions?

    Please help.

    I did not find the right…[Read more]

  • spadekevin became a registered member 2 months ago

  • Kevin crowe became a registered member 2 months, 1 week ago

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