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nigel

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About nigel

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  • Birthday 08/16/1985

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    Nigel Helmer
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    canada
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    guns, tattoos, music, electronics. All the best things in life.
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    2016 dodge caravan, 2016 dodge journey

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  1. nigel

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Saw a ton of police cruisers on the freeway while driving yesterday. On expected heavy traffic days, they throw every extra officer onto road detail. Saw a couple people getting personal happy holidays notes from the 5-0.
  2. nigel

    SSA's Daily fitness iHop

    Saturday did some pilates ball hip thrusters and cable face pulls. Was at my parents so didn't get much time around visiting. Sunday was climbing trees with the kiddos at my in-laws. Back at a good chest workout today. Incline bench barbell 15,15,10,9,8 with a drop then 6 more, 4 Flat bench dumbell 12, 10,10,10 Cable incline flys 4 x 12 Decline barbell 15, 10, 10, 10, 15 Pec deck flys 15, 12, 8, 8
  3. nigel

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Happy easter to all. Hope everyone is able to spend some quality time with loved ones today.
  4. nigel

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    There really must have been nothing to do where you grew up, to want to go to Winnipeg.
  5. nigel

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Take that quebecer talk elsewhere. In Canada it's Hockey.
  6. nigel

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Only a coward uses his hockey stick in a fight. Real men drop the gloves and square off toe to toe.
  7. nigel

    2015 Hyundai Sonata Sport/Limited

    Getting closer. Keep up the work.
  8. nigel

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Shot a 144/150 (96%) on my requalification today on our c8 carbine (colt canada canadian version of the us m4/ar15 style platform) Have done better in the past, but overall, satisfied with the score. Still maintained my marksman ranking within the service.
  9. nigel

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Takes time to heal. Emotional damage takes it's toll. Keep working through it and the diet/excercise will come back in due time. Right now focus on the healing, then build back the strength. You'll get there.
  10. nigel

    SSA's Daily fitness iHop

    Today was back day. Did more of a classic style back workout. 13 min warmup on the treadclimber. Followed by theraband scapular engagement/stability work. Back workout: Seated parallel grip cable row 6 x 15 reps Cable rope lat pullover 6 x 15 reps Hammer strength front pull down 6 x 15 reps Hammer strength row 6 x 15 reps Standing cable rear delt fly 4 x 15 reps
  11. Have thought about maybe looking at some ported options for them?
  12. The savard website recommends ported or bandpass. I would go with ported over bandpass myself. They're site suggests 5 cubic feet ported tuned to 34 hz for 4 of those tens. Says if you purchased through an authorized dealer they come with enclosure design assistance through the vendor... https://www.savardspeakersystems.com/rap-10
  13. nigel

    SSA's Daily fitness iHop

    As you get older, it gets harder to continue with lifting heavy. The wear and tear on the joints just isn't good. Backing off of the heavy weight, and focusing on form and longevity from a health standpoint becomes the more needed focus. Maintaining a healthy cardio regimen is a must at any age. Focusing on using lower impact excercises is much better long term as well. In this swimming and cycling have huge health benefits without the joint damage assoicating with avtivities like running. I have switched a lot of my focus as well, not aiming for max lifts, or worrying so much about the number on the weight.
  14. nigel

    SSA's Daily fitness iHop

    I go into my workouts with a general plan based on what muscle group I'm going to train. But once i start the workout, exactly which excercises i choose as well as total sets, heavy or light etc... is all based on how i feel. I have a basic weekly outline that i follow that is a 6 day/week routine with sunday being my rest day (however i will still do some cardio/ab training on a sunday occasionally)
  15. nigel

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Definitely back to herself this morning. Came when called, right to me meowing and wanting a pet. So happy right now.
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