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Re: The New Msp Fitness thread

Posted: Thu Mar 02, 2017 9:28 am
by Capeditiea
:O i had to read that while hungry late at night. XD i screenshooted them for future reference. :3 which i wanna try the sweet potato one. this sounds simple enough. :3 i mean what possibky could go wrong?

Re: The New Msp Fitness thread

Posted: Thu Mar 02, 2017 9:54 pm
by mspowerplant
Capeditiea wrote::O i had to read that while hungry late at night. XD i screenshooted them for future reference. :3 which i wanna try the sweet potato one. this sounds simple enough. :3 i mean what possibky could go wrong?
Not much can go wrong with that one! You can even trade the tuna for mince and top with salsa and cheese.
Mmmm yummy :lol:

Re: The New Msp Fitness thread

Posted: Sat Mar 04, 2017 5:42 pm
by Tomcat
rijackson741 wrote:
mspowerplant wrote:handful coriander leaves
For those that don't know, depending on locale, coriander = cilantro.
Or sometimes, coriander for the seeds and cilantro for the leaf.

Re: The New Msp Fitness thread

Posted: Sun Mar 05, 2017 2:29 am
by rijackson741
In the UK coriander is used for the seeds and the leaves. I had never heard of cilantro until I moved to the US, where, confusingly, the seeds are still called coriander, but the leaves are called cilantro :roll: (at least, in the states where I have lived). In other English speaking countries, I have no idea how it works.

Re: The New Msp Fitness thread

Posted: Tue Mar 07, 2017 4:37 pm
by Schmmiiirc
I'd love to help out here, but this Bacon sandwich won't eat itself. :mrgreen:

Oh, look at that; now the butter is all running down my chin! :lol:

Re: The New Msp Fitness thread

Posted: Tue Mar 07, 2017 11:42 pm
by rijackson741
I hope you fried the bread properly first ;)

Re: The New Msp Fitness thread

Posted: Wed Mar 08, 2017 9:03 am
by Schmmiiirc
rijackson741 wrote:I hope you fried the bread properly first ;)
I do love a bit of fried bread, but I'll usually have that with fried tomatoes on top, with lots of salt! :shock:

For a Bacon sarnie I like to put two slices of bread in the same slot of the toaster: the toasted side is for inside the sarnie which ends up being crunchy in the middle and just like very fresh bread on the outside.

I'm neither grossly overweight nor particularly unfit btw, I've just learned to ignore any advice about food from experts, they'll change their minds in a couple of years time. Whilst everyone who listens to them is out there virtually flagellating themselves over every chocolate croissant I'm eating what I enjoy.

Re: The New Msp Fitness thread

Posted: Mon Mar 13, 2017 5:16 am
by Pyrizzle
mspowerplant wrote:
Capeditiea wrote::O i had to read that while hungry late at night. XD i screenshooted them for future reference. :3 which i wanna try the sweet potato one. this sounds simple enough. :3 i mean what possibky could go wrong?
Not much can go wrong with that one! You can even trade the tuna for mince and top with salsa and cheese.
Mmmm yummy :lol:
MsP i need you to come whip me into shape! :lol:

Round is a shape but not what i want. lol

Any advice for someone who is looking to start working out again but is super outta shape (unless you count round!)?

Re: The New Msp Fitness thread

Posted: Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:26 pm
by mspowerplant
Schmmiiirc wrote:
rijackson741 wrote:I hope you fried the bread properly first ;)
I do love a bit of fried bread, but I'll usually have that with fried tomatoes on top, with lots of salt! :shock:

For a Bacon sarnie I like to put two slices of bread in the same slot of the toaster: the toasted side is for inside the sarnie which ends up being crunchy in the middle and just like very fresh bread on the outside.

I'm neither grossly overweight nor particularly unfit btw, I've just learned to ignore any advice about food from experts, they'll change their minds in a couple of years time. Whilst everyone who listens to them is out there virtually flagellating themselves over every chocolate croissant I'm eating what I enjoy.
I have never claimed to be a expert on nutrition I claim to expertly tailor nutrition to each person in conjunction with fitness programs :lol:
As with anything in life you never stop learning.
I'm still educating myself every day.
What I do have going for me is my ability to break down macronutrients. To obtain everything someone needs.

Re: The New Msp Fitness thread

Posted: Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:30 pm
by mspowerplant
Pyrizzle wrote: MsP i need you to come whip me into shape! :lol:

Round is a shape but not what i want. lol

Any advice for someone who is looking to start working out again but is super outta shape (unless you count round!)?
Oh hun I've got plenty of time to give you advice!
Round aye? :lol: I'm sure its not really that bad.

Start with some at home body weight exercises build up some strength grab a 24hour gym membership and the world is yours :D