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Which is their reason… supposedly by increasing blood flow to either a worked or strained muscle. Little doubt those who are serious athletes think they serve a purpose. Especially for post onset muscle soreness.


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People will wear compression sleeves for extra stablization of points like elbows, wrists, knees.

About 6 months ago, I started from scratch after a 2 year layoff due to resistant hypertension. I have been working out four days per week. I follow a pretty regular routine. I am 5'10" 235lbs and 55 years old.

Sundays- 40 minutes- indoor cycling at 70+ rpm. Flat bench 5-8 sets - pyramid up with middle set being pretty heavy for overload. Lat pull downs 5-8 sets. Leg extension 5 sets. Curls and tricep extensions 5 sets of each. Incline bench for 5 sets. 5 Sets of Kettle Bell(61lbs) lifts to overhead X 30 reps.

Tuesdays- 40 minutes- indoor cycling at 70+ RPM. 5 sets of Rows. 5 sets of rear shoulder rows. 5 sets of deadlifts( pyramid up) 5 sets of dumb bell incline presses.

Wednesday-40 minutes of elliptical- flat bench 5-8 sets. lat pull down 5-8 sets. Leg extension 5 sets. Curls and tricep extensions 5 sets of each. Incline bench for 5 sets. 5 sets of kettlebell lifts.

Thursday- 30 minutes of C2 Rower(sub 2min) pace. 5 sets of lat pulldowns(bicep). 5 sets of squats for hypertrophy-not max lbs. 5 sets of tricep extensions. 5 sets of dumbbell rows.

I am getting stronger. My max bench is up to 420lbs for 1 rep. I generally will go for 315 lbs on incline bench for 4 or 5 reps. I am working to cut belly fat but I feel good and my bp is in normal range. I just work out myself but I have been noticing that the kids here at school are videoing me lifting. I will start carrying a pack with weights as I get done with mock trial and my other school commitments. I have 1 sheep hunt and 1 moose hunt planned for this year.

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Originally Posted by battue
Compression sleeves....

Seems as if they have become standard equipment for the pro athletes and the CrossFit elite....Who has used them along with opinion?

Long ago, and far away...when I was in grad school working in a biomechanics lab, we did a study on compression shirts effects on proprioception. Sorry, I don't remember the outcome of that study but a quick google makes it appear that they can be helpful for proprioception to reduce injury. I didn't read up on it though...

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I am getting stronger. My max bench is up to 420lbs for 1 rep. I generally will go for 315 lbs on incline bench for 4 or 5 reps. I am working to cut belly fat but I feel good and my bp is in normal range. I just work out myself but I have been noticing that the kids here at school are videoing me lifting.



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The people wringing their hands over Trump's rhetoric don't know what time it is in America.
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At my peak I am into the 500lbs. If you know me then you know me. I am not the type of guy that bullshits. You can ask anybody that knows me irl. You are not going to find a lot of people who go where I go and pack out a sheep or goat in a 1 trip affair. Its not that flat land Brooks range either.
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Originally Posted by kaboku68
At my peak I am into the 500lbs. If you know me then you know me. I am not the type of guy that bullshits. You can ask anybody that knows me irl. You are not going to find a lot of people who go where I go and pack out a sheep or goat in a 1 trip affair. Its not that flat land Brooks range either.
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Go ahead and post a video of your 55 year old ass benching 420. That would be cool


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When kaboku68's legs get fatigued, he continues the pack out walking on his hands. Impressive bench numbers!

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Would kabuko68 exaggerate? No way! Anyone in decent shape should be able to tread water for three hours with a moose quarter on their back. That and other tall tales may be found here:
https://www.24hourcampfire.com/ubbt...iserable-night-in-the-woods#Post19130467

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Originally Posted by kaboku68
I am getting stronger. My max bench is up to 420lbs for 1 rep. I generally will go for 315 lbs on incline bench for 4 or 5 reps. I am working to cut belly fat but I feel good and my bp is in normal range. I just work out myself but I have been noticing that the kids here at school are videoing me lifting. I will start carrying a pack with weights as I get done with mock trial and my other school commitments. I have 1 sheep hunt and 1 moose hunt planned for this year.

Quite a long post for answering a question about braces.

Maybe you could ask one of those kids who have been videotaping you to forward a copy over here.

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Originally Posted by prairie_goat
Would kabuko68 exaggerate? No way! Anyone in decent shape should be able to tread water for three hours with a moose quarter on their back. That and other tall tales may be found here:
https://www.24hourcampfire.com/ubbt...iserable-night-in-the-woods#Post19130467



LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL


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The people wringing their hands over Trump's rhetoric don't know what time it is in America.
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Originally Posted by rcamuglia
Originally Posted by prairie_goat
Would kabuko68 exaggerate? No way! Anyone in decent shape should be able to tread water for three hours with a moose quarter on their back. That and other tall tales may be found here:
https://www.24hourcampfire.com/ubbt...iserable-night-in-the-woods#Post19130467



LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

That ranks right up there with Formid's spike elk expedition a couple of years ago.


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Originally Posted by JGRaider
Originally Posted by rcamuglia
Originally Posted by prairie_goat
Would kabuko68 exaggerate? No way! Anyone in decent shape should be able to tread water for three hours with a moose quarter on their back. That and other tall tales may be found here:
https://www.24hourcampfire.com/ubbt...iserable-night-in-the-woods#Post19130467



LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

That ranks right up there with Formid's spike elk expedition a couple of years ago.

Says the feller from Midland....known for it's rugged steep terrain...

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Update on compression sleeves. Received a couple pairs of the ankle to knee variety the basketball players wear. Didn’t take long to realize my legs felt better, noticeably better and less fatigued. Have worn them at the gym and during the day. Had to take a six hour car ride, so tried them on that. Legs never felt cramped and no ankle swelling. Which often happens if I sit too long.

Takes a day or so for them to become comfortable, but then you kind of forget you’re wearing them.

Did BP at the gym with them on. Did a one time PB of 180. I suspect as my body adapts to regular compression, 450 is not far away. Gym doesn’t allow any pictures. Fortunately!!!!🤣

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Originally Posted by battue
Update on compression sleeves. Received a couple pairs of the ankle to knee variety the basketball players wear. Didn’t take long to realize my legs felt better, noticeably better and less fatigued. Have worn them at the gym and during the day. Had to take a six hour car ride, so tried them on that. Legs never felt cramped and no ankle swelling. Which often happens if I sit too long.

Takes a day or so for them to become comfortable, but then you kind of forget you’re wearing them.

Did BP at the gym with them on. Did a one time PB of 180. I suspect as my body adapts to regular compression, 450 is not far away. Gym doesn’t allow any pictures. Fortunately!!!!🤣


A young man like you?? 500 should be your goal, minimum.



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Originally Posted by prairie_goat
Would kabuko68 exaggerate? No way! Anyone in decent shape should be able to tread water for three hours with a moose quarter on their back. That and other tall tales may be found here:
https://www.24hourcampfire.com/ubbt...iserable-night-in-the-woods#Post19130467


Prarie_twatt,
In any one given moment myself and at least 2 dozen Alaskans could confirm anything that kobuko68 shares stories of. He's one of the most hardest working, authentic and honest Alaskans I've ever met.

He's a quirky old man but he works hard at everything. For decades, he's always worked 2 jobs or more. The man wakes up at 4 am and puts in 12-18 hours days, 6-7 days a week.

He is a fkn gorilla of a man. And the kindest of men I've ever met.

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He's also full of schit.

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Originally Posted by battue
Update on compression sleeves. Received a couple pairs of the ankle to knee variety the basketball players wear. Didn’t take long to realize my legs felt better, noticeably better and less fatigued. Have worn them at the gym and during the day. Had to take a six hour car ride, so tried them on that. Legs never felt cramped and no ankle swelling. Which often happens if I sit too long.

Takes a day or so for them to become comfortable, but then you kind of forget you’re wearing them.

Did BP at the gym with them on. Did a one time PB of 180. I suspect as my body adapts to regular compression, 450 is not far away. Gym doesn’t allow any pictures. Fortunately!!!!🤣


A young man like you?? 500 should be your goal, minimum.


You know how it is around here….you have to tone it down, or some old fart will either call you out, or up the number. Next there will be those T adds. One of them with their head photoshopped onto Josh Bridges. And finally a great forum will turn into the riflescope forum.


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