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redpillschool

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Age: 28-34 | Location: USA | Brogrammero
redpillschool about a year ago

  I'm going to announce all the new features in a post tomorrow, but if you're here tonight, you'll probably notice there have been some changes. Feel free to explore. Short list of changes:

  • User Podcasts (record your own)
  • Pinning statuses (to profile and follow page)
  • Topic discussion in Podcasts
GayLubeOil 6 days ago

@redpillschool until you read this book you don't know the full picture bone way or another https://trp.red/t/1fa

redpillschool 6 days ago

@LosingMoneyAllDay Personally, I think you should stay the natural route.

RedRum about a week ago

@redpillschool true but as a counter-example we're in the most prime decade of fitness science. We have the science to push our body past our genetic potential with tren, roids, HGH, etc. Even the jacked of the jacked eat ofte. You don't get that way without eating well and lifting heavy. Show me a human hulk who fasts like you described.

redpillschool about a week ago

@RedRum Our ancestors survived off of feast and fasting. You don't stop ketosis when you stop eating. You burn fat.

RedRum about a week ago

@redpillschool There's ketones and then there's not eating. You can be in ketosis and eating well to have energy. I'm not a doctor but I feel stronger when I eat on keto than when I'm fasting. When I fast I just want to take it easy.

redpillschool about a week ago

@GayLubeOil Only when you're not adapted to ketones. It takes about 2-3 weeks to adapt, but if you have adapted, you can function quite well with low blood sugar. The sugar-hounds here are well indoctrinated.

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