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Yep, glad this thread is back alive. My daughter just turned 6 months and looking forward to many many more...
Running backwards has always helped my shin splints.
I guess I'll add my two cents. I've lost 22 lbs in the past 4 weeks.
My diet consists of eating completely clean as someone mentioned above. Don't remember him saying it but I take it a little further. Everything has to be organic/grass fed/free range. No pork since it causes inflammation. I've found some really good websites for recipes and have made some really good things with coconut flour and almond flour and sugar alternatives(stevia, xylitol, etc).
My workouts consist of HIIT. I work out for about 15 minutes and make sure I can't move a muscle in whichever pair of muscle groups I'm working out that night. I play basketball 1 to 2 nights per week.
I feel better than I have in a long time. I have a ton of energy. I'm in a similar boat where I work about 50-60 hours a week and have a 6 month old so my time is precious. I can spend 15 minutes a day to kill myself and I've already had comments about how much people can tell a change, not only from the weight loss but from the definition.
I've lost 20, but would like to cut another 30.
Donnie went to the same high school as I did and I remember watching him his senior year, my eighth grade year and just remember he could run against just about anybody. London was our big rival at the time, and it was an away game and they just couldn't stop him. At least that's how I remember it.
I was always excited to watch him play for the bucks, but yes, I don't know if he ever made that big play. I know they were taught to knock the ball down for the national championship game, but it would have looked much better had he intercepted the ball. I'm going to have to go back and rewatch the 2000 Michigan game. I don't remember the pass that was thrown to him.
All in all, he's still the best athlete to come out of Plain City, so at least there's that!
OP: Thanks for having a hand in hiring RichRod. It's made things great at Ohio State.
My only issue with these is that when we are celebrating in our end zone or sacking them in their end zone, there is a much greater chance that some of the sun and blue will rub off onto the jerseys...
I'm sorry...I'm not normally a superstitious person, but the first half may have been on me and my new daughter. She was born August 17, two weeks before the first game. I've taken a picture with her each week and posted it on facebook saying that it's a good day to be X-0 depending on the week. Well, my daughter was uncooperative before the game and did not want her picture taken. She fell asleep and at half time I woke her up, made her cry, but we put a picture on facebook!
It won't happen again!
Vrabel : You looked like Brady Hoke when he just saw a fresh box of doughnuts!
"And that's why you decided to be a Buckeye!"
I picked this above...just in case you want to try again...
If you win with your new guess, you should invite me though :)
Ohio State XX
I win...I'm the first one to follow the guidelines correctly!
Ohio State 38
Only thing I would add is Easy Living Deli for lunches. The atmosphere is pretty sweet and for just deli sandwiches, it's pretty darn good.
Ha, this has to be at the Ohio State fair. I was there today, but must have missed this incident. MoC was there signing and selling his new book.
Hope for Hyde yet. Granted, it's not confirmed yet, but at least it's a start.
Ha, I was just looking at my one and only blog post from before the season and the good news is that it worked! :)
Glad it was shared with the players...
I'll have to DVR it...I'm in class to teach the NRA pistol safety class. Wife works on Sunday though, so plenty of time to watch it.
Why did we not shoot two free throws on the offensive foul? Thought it was any foul?
Ha, just saw him in Giant Eagle yesterday. My wife was standing right next to him and had no clue who he was until I nudged her and told her.
Tom Crean and Indiana have decided to still cut down the nets after this game...
His eyes makes me think he's running away from Simon and Hankins during practice...
Yeah, not real thrilled I died! BS! lol.
Don't think it was meant like that. I would take it to mean that it's just hard to see someone who is a Buckeye leave the program.
Not a bad thing to want to see all the kids succeed.
There is no experience better than being at the Shoe. Being with 105,000 people who, for the most part, are about as crazy as I am for the games.
With that said, however, the majority of the games are watched from my couch. This year, I made it to more than in the past and was able to go to Miami(OH), Nebraska and Illinios.
I've unfortunately never made it to a TTUN game, but is one of my goals. In my younger days, I did some traveling to watch the team because when the cost of fuel was split with 3 friends, the cost was much cheaper than trying to buy tickets to Shoe and drive 15 miles.
If I had the choice, I would attend every game in person because no matter how loud the surround sound goes, it just doesn't do the Shoe justice.