How fit are my fellow DARTers?

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  • Intelligence_06
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    Warning: Nothing below can be considered a major judgement to anyone's quality of debating. Separation of the logics and the exercise.

    You guys can post anything below as long as you are honest. If you tell me that you are a 10'9 strongman that can lift poles like pencils, sorry, NO.

    I will try my best to respect everyone.
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    Fitness is both, physical capability and physiological condition.... Both aspects of fitness are reliant upon each other to a certain degree.

    So a seemingly physically capable person could easily keel over with a heart attack if they were not also physiologically sound.

    And a couch potato who is nonetheless 100% physiologically sound might live for 100 years.

    And then there is genetic predetermination to consider.
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    Here is a video of me doing what you do, but better. I am so fit, oh yes baby.
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    lol
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    hmm I guess i'm pretty fit

    I don't workout that often but I guess I exercise sometimes.

    I only play two sports though
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    I think you are confusing technique with strength. Notepads are like typing, and the fastest Typer is not necessarily strong.
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    I went swimming twice a week before quarantine and could do like a 200 or 300 yard easy, but now that's quarantine's started, I can barely do ten push ups.
  • Dr.Franklin
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    im a beast
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    Notepads are like typing, and the fastest Typer is not necessarily strong.
    Who said fastest alone? Not only are the fingers toned to perfection but the brain! Oh the brain!
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    Wow, that was amazingly good stuff RM.   What did we learn about RM, if that is truly him?

    1} fingers with close cut nails, .........,

    2} talented musically with this machine, i.e. he can keep a beat and do rythym section also?,

    3} he has hair on his wrists,

    4} he is under 30{?},

    5} he wears glasses,

    6} physically fit enough to dance{?} to the funky music...even if he can only dance from the waist higher and mentally.


  • RationalMadman
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    And what did we learn about Ebuc?

    1. He takes jokes literally and unhumorously
    2. He is able to not type in some distorted 'image to text conversion' manner from time to time.
    3. He can make sense
    Great lessons learned here.

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    How fit are you btw?
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    I get it.





    I don't get it.
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    I feel the same with every post you make tbh. Especially your rickrolls.
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    RM said he is like 45 or something on DDO.
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     I have a good physic, that, has allowed me to have been a cattle rancher, truck farmer, oil/gas rig rough neck, logger, contruction, roofing, plumbing electrical and many other jobs not listed.

    Same job last 5.5 years, and while doing regular job, I alos recently bought used { $2000.00 } RV to live in an have had to install a whole set of associated home systems ---ex sewer line, digging trench for water line etc--- and cleaning roof to apply 3 coatings of elasto-meric and flex-seal .

    But the real kicker, is that, since this RV is under a few large trees, and branches of all sizes do fall, I spent $500 in treated lumber to frame a minimal structure with rabbit wire fencing over the roof, to protect the EPDM membrane and the cheapo lightweight decking they use.

    Actually, I had 8 days of vacation coming, and because of covid19, those plans changed, so I spent most of those 8 days building this framed rabbite fence roof protection, by myself. Yes that means a lot of ladder work.

    I have to say, my last blood test said I had low red blood cell count and low platelets and other low related to blood, so iron poor blood --take Geritol, a early 60's commercial--- and I was actually amazed at how little I ate and how much I worked without and hurting myself.  I did have to put on my left knee support the last couple of days.

    Once the job was done, yes, I was burnt out, but next day went back to work. So yes, I would say that I'm  in good shape, for the shape I'm in.  :--))
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    I am a 10'9 strongman that can lift poles like pencils.
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    RM see message #16 for my fitness.  Since I remmber those Geritol commercials from 60's others have and idea of my not being a spring chicken.

    I listed jobs that required most physical effort from me, but there were a few factory jobs that were not easy, and two of them involved lots of heat.

    My finger would get burned a little regularly from hole-punching, glowing hot plow-share blades.

    Another food job was working with large hot tubs of stuff and heavy pans of stuff I would have to flip and cut.  I probably could not do that latter job today because of rotor cuffs going bad.  I can lift arms above head, but very limited in left arm lifting anything beyond 5 pounds above shoulder height without pain kicking in. I would get terrible heat rashes on my chest from that job.

    Ive done a lot of my own car/truck repair ---not all--- and always do my own oil changes.  Took truck to quick lube place once, and they reverse two of my vacumn hoses and truck sputtered.  So they send me down road to their mechanic, and he pulls out his pocket knife and starting poking around wiring.

    I said forget this, and went home and spent an hour tracing the vacum hose diagram to find the two reverse hoses.  Never again will I go to a quick lube place.
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    Oh please.


    ...Another naruto profile? Things are really getting out of hand.
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    Another naruto profile? Things are really getting out of hand.
    I have given in to the fad, there is no more hope for me.
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    KAKASHI

    He's definitely a favorite of mine. For other reasons, but you have to keep watching
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    I bench 200
    I dead-lift about 400-435
    I squat nearly 200

    I'm 6'4" 250lbs. I play a ton of sports, my mile is about 8:23min.

    So I am a relatively bigger person, but I am active. I usually do an hour of working out. I could eat better
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    When you meet the character Kakuzu (much, much later on than where you seem to be in the series) I want you to ignore how 'minor' a character they make him and try to contemplate if the series didn't revolve around the Uzumackis and Uchihas just how amazing a significant villain he could have been. He was the epitome of 'epic villain backstory and persona' in my eyes. He has a lot of similarity to an Al Pacino type Mobster character (but not quite as crazy as Tony Montana).
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    What's a "pole like a pencil"....Any one could lift a "pole like a pencil".......A pencil like a pole might be tougher, though it would depend upon the size of the comparative pole.

    Or do you mean a very large person from Poland.
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    The pole is like a streetlight pole