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  1. Stiff 2G

    Misc News Thread

    It's time.
  2. Big Mick

    Cult? Religion? Ideology? Diet?

    What is veganism?? Cult? Religion? Ideology? Diet? or something else all together?
  3. S

    Lunch on the run..........on the walk

    I work and office job, I workout before work and sit all day. I was thinking of heading out for a walk on my lunch breaks and looking for ideas to eat on the walk. Currently for lunch I eat baked chicken and steamed veggies (birdseyes ones) and eat at my desk. I need the microwave and bowls and...
  4. trenhard

    Chasing rules and regs

    Don’t want to step on peoples feet or say the wrong thing. Is there a link to Ausbb rules and regs? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. S

    Tax dodgers and fudgers cost Federal Government $8.7 billion in a year

    Key points: Tax Office calculates that $8.7 billion in government revenue was lost from income tax alone Accountants believe it's a "wake-up call" and is down to hidden income, false deductions and errors ATO pledges to increase audits targeting those who deliberately fudge their returns...
  6. A

    Gold Coast bodybuilder Luke McNally’s $18 million fall from grace

    TWO years ago, Gold Coast bodybuilder Luke McNally was living the high life. His Mass Nutrition supplement company was worth $18 million and he had a body many would envy. Fast forward to today, the former supplement-store retail king now shares a house with his mum and dad in Melbourne and had...
  7. S

    Australia Peptide Websites

    Hey All, I've recently purchased some peptides off a seemingly credible website. I used my Medicare and filled in a questionnaire and they were shipped to my house from a Sydney lab (legit with website and 1300 number) However I've been told my a doctor that online peptides are nothing by 70%...
  8. Australia

    [TV] Portlandia - The Post Office

  9. B

    March 2016 Newsletter - our latest updates

    Hey there Bulk Fans… and welcome to March! This month we've got an amazing Product of the Month for you… the most researched and validated supplement on the market: 500g of Creatine Monohydrate. A staple of everyone that trains in the Bulk office, Creatine Monohydrate helps us gain strength...
  10. A

    Use The RPE Scale To Rate How Hard You Should Work Out

    The RPE scale challenges you to gauge how hard you think you’re pushing yourself, based on a numeric scale. The American College of Sports Medicine defines RPE as “feelings of effort, strain, discomfort, and/or fatigue experienced during both aerobic and resistance training“, but uses a scale of...
  11. Ringstinger

    G'day Everyone

    G'day everyone, stumbled upon the forum whilst looking at information about getting back into the weights. A little bit of background on me. I was in the Army from 2003 - 2008 and was really into fitness but without all the intricate side of things like macros and one rep maxes etc. At my...
  12. WoodyAllen

    We iz all gonna die

    Bacon, sausages, red meat. Everything gives you cancer. That's why vegetarians never get cancer and are immortal. http://www.theage.com.au/world/processed-meats-cause-cancer-and-red-meat-probably-does-too-world-health-organisation-20151026-gkj2pf.html
  13. Jungnaut

    Sarah Wilson is at it again. Now she's into eating scraps :/

    Turning food scraps in to your favourite dish Maybe her last book didn't do so well?? :D Check this piece of gem out: "Every day, Wilson looks to her surroundings for ingredients. From the office garbage bin, to the fish carcass left on a friend’s plate after dinner — if it’s food, and it’s...
  14. O

    Evolve Anabolic Injection

    Hey everyone Feel like I'm in a bit of a rut with my body and at the gym atm so revamping my workouts, reassessing my diet and have resumed taking supplements which I have always done until recently. However, I just purchased Anabolic Injection and now I'm worried I bought the wrong thing...
  15. A

    Mum’s naked Twister sex party

    A MUM has been arrested for throwing a naked Twister party for her teenage daughter and friends before having sex with one of them. Rachel Lehnardt, according to Colombia County Sheriff’s Office, said her 16-year-old daughter texted her and asked if she could bring some friends to her home to...
  16. Headley

    'Food babe' outed

    http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/diet-and-fitness/food-babe-blogger-called-out-for-pseudoscience-20150408-1mggil.html Another day, another "health" blogger exposed. American health blogger Vani Hari (aka "The Food Babe") has been called out for making pseudoscientific claims in an article...
  17. S

    Rupert Murdoch's US empire siphons $4.5 billion from Australia virtually tax free

    "Rupert Murdoch's media empire in the US has siphoned off $4.5 billion of cash and shares from his Australian media businesses in the past two years, virtually tax free. According to calculations by University of NSW accounting academic, Jeffrey Knapp, over the past 10 years, Mr Murdoch's...
  18. B

    Energy Expenditure of Caveman V Office Worker

    Survival of the fattest as office worker and hunter-gatherers searching for food with spear use same energy | thetelegraph.com.au Why do I find that hard to believe?
  19. kaz

    Do you think this woman is fat?

    STANDING a modest 163cm tall, model Melanie tips the scales at 70kg. Her body mass index makes her borderline overweight but she is the average Australian woman. Yet when photos of her were shown to members of the public, most thought she was fat. The typical Australian woman now weighs...
  20. L

    Office Arse: Is there a Cure?

    'Evening All, As some of you know by now, I am built like an absolute bean pole, and I almost disappear when I stand in profile. One thing that doesn't disappear, and as embarrassing a confession as this is to make, is my arse. To say it is "big" is an understatement. If I was a female, it...