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I miss the Samsung Innov8 and Samsung Omnia HD:
https://www.gsmarena.com/counterclockwise_samsung_preandroid_smartphones_were_multimedia_beasts-news-33805.php
 
The Innov8 was probably Keks's cup of tea. Really looked like a professional point-and-shoot at the back too.
 
The Omnia HD is arguably better-looking than any Galaxy phone pre-S8. If I'm not mistaken, it's Samsung's first AMOLED screen on a phone and it was the most freakin' beautiful display out there same as Nokia N8's AMOLED screen. If all you wanted in a phone was screen quality, you'd pick one of those two and forget that time's current iPhone (Funny note: only with last year's iPhone X did Apple finally give in to using AMOLED displays and those displays are made by Samsung). Up to today, if you see one personally, it's a damn gorgeous screen!
 
I'm not sure if the Omnia HD was the first phone that could record at least 1280x720 video but it was at least Samsung's first phone that could.

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>>12558
seems to be working fine...

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>the anti-trump hotel* *

 
hilarious piece about a "progressive hotel" in DC
 
 
I really like this guy...
 

>...are you paying them more?

>"I-I'll have to look into that"

>we looked into it, and...* *

 
kekekekekek, btfo

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I miss the Samsung Innov8 and Samsung Omnia HD:
https://www.gsmarena.com/counterclockwise_samsung_preandroid_smartphones_were_multimedia_beasts-news-33805.php
 
The Innov8 was probably Keks's cup of tea. Really looked like a professional point-and-shoot at the back too.
 
The Omnia HD is arguably better-looking than any Galaxy phone pre-S8. If I'm not mistaken, it's Samsung's first AMOLED screen on a phone and it was the most freakin' beautiful display out there same as Nokia N8's AMOLED screen. If all you wanted in a phone was screen quality, you'd pick one of those two and forget that time's current iPhone (Funny note: only with last year's iPhone X did Apple finally give in to using AMOLED displays and those displays are made by Samsung). Up to today, if you see one personally, it's a damn gorgeous screen!
 
I'm not sure if the Omnia HD was the first phone that could record at least 1280x720 video but it was at least Samsung's first phone that could.
 
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I KNOW! I was just starting out college when the Omnia HD came out!

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>>12609
>>12611
cruiseyfeeeeeeerrrrrrrrrrrrrrr! 
 
no worries at all, my man, just post whenever can/want, I've been pretty busy myself as well 
 
hey, not sure if you saw this >>11666 
 
 
there's a couple albums I wanted to show you, I'll try to post them tomorrow 
 
xoxo :3

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>>8646
now, regarding rep-ranges and resting periods:
 
personally, I think progressing through reps is way more beneficial than just adding weight to the bar, for a number of reasons
 
based on this, it would be nice for you to start around the 5-6 rep-range, then just trying to add more reps each week until you can hit 8 or 9, and only then we can finally increase the weight, and go back down to 5-6 reps again with the now heavier weight
 
once you're comfortable with this approach, when can then try to add a bit more complexity to your training regarding rep-ranges
 
 
also, save failure only for the last set, meaning, you need to find the appropriate weight for you do all 3 sets within the same rep-range, so 3 sets of 5 reps each, for example, the first one will feel relatively easy (RPE 6-7), the next one will be harder (RPE 8), then the last one close to failure (RPE 9-10)
 
 
if you're not familiar with the concept of RPEs, please read this
 
https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/articles/17450-rated-perceived-exertion-rpe-scale
 
 
as for the resting periods, personally I'm a fan of longer ones, 4 or 5 minutes, specially when doing these "heavy" compound movements, now if you want to go down to let's say 3 min, that's ok, but I wouldn't go any lower than that
 
and that's about it for now, any questions?
 
 
otherwise, let's just stick with this for a solid month, report back, let me know how are you progressing, any aches or pains, and once you have reached the top of the rep-ranges we're aiming for (8-9 reps), then we can start tweaking things a bit more

how does that sound? :^)


>>8647
I would prescribe angelina long daily workouts of mostly tummy-rubs, and axilla-tickling :3
 
 

>Oh Ive been stretching too, hopefully it helps with getting old/joints. Do You?

 
hmmm not really, just a little bit, mostly the core...
 
you could also look into some mobility work if you want, here's a pretty decent article 
 
https://breakingmuscle.com/fitness/mobility-work-youre-doing-it-wrong-and-too-long 
 
 
btw, I'm assuming you've been using active-warmups, right?
 
 

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