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Furry-Muscle Cast – 35 – Summer Time!


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Furry-Muscle Cast – 35 – Summer Time!

1. Introductions

  • Maximus Ursus – Singing out his heart!
  • Tonkawolf – Great wolf of Florida!
  • Tiptoe – A Fresh Rat on Life!
  • Beastly Bahamut – The dragon whom found 1000 year shit… O_o.
  • Schredded Wolf – Is still seeking the biggest weights.
  • Syn – Hooked his fish?
  • Jazz Wolf – Flying Wolf in California
  • Snowheart – The traveling snow kitty!
  • Tiberious – The bear of bear that is too busy to text back.
  • Zak – Tanning Rhyno!

 

2. Main Topics

A. Ectomorph

  • An ectomorph is a typical skinny guy. Ecto’s have a light build with small joints and lean muscle. Usually ectomorph’s have long thin limbs with stringy muscles. Shoulders tend to be thin with little width.
  • Ectomorphs find it very hard to gain weight. They have a fast metabolism which burns up calories very quickly. Ecto’s need a huge amount of calories in order to gain weight. Workouts should be short and intense focusing on big muscle groups.
  • Small “delicate” frame and bone structure
  • Flat chest
  • Small shoulders
  • Thin
  • Lean muscle mass
  • Finds it hard to gain weight
  • Fast metabolism
  • Source: http://www.muscleandstrength.com/articles/body-types-ectomorph-mesomorph-endomorph.html

 

B. Making Sense of Chemical Stories

  • People are still being misled by chemical myths.
  • The presence of a chemical isn’t a reason for alarm. The effect of a chemical depends on the dose.
  • This guide flags up the more serious misconceptions that exist around chemicals and suggests straightforward ways for people to evaluate them.
  • All the food contain chemicals that are toxic to humans. But are usually present in very small amounts, far below to harmful dose.
  • Apple Seeds – Contain Amygdalin ~0.06g/kg of seeds
  • Potatoes – Contain Solanin ~0.2g/kg (higher in green potatoes)
  • Source: http://www.senseaboutscience.org/pages/making-sense-of-chemical-stories.html

 

 

C. Food Fatigue

  • People getting sick of eating the same food over and over again. It's an issue with serious bodybuilding, and alternatives to the otherwise obvious.
  • “Maybe the key to not getting fatigue is to have no variety at all” Forums
  • The idea is to have a variety in your diet so this does not happen.
  • Variation is the key. Most cultures know this and even if they eat the same food day after day they often have one day when they eat something completely different.

 

3. E-Mails/Phone Calls:

A. From: KittyWolf  @All

Question: What seems to be the main problem with your workout?

 

B. From: TiggerTiger @Snow

Question: What is your cardio workout?

 

C. From: Chinesewolf @All

Question: Hello everybody how is everybody put more muscle on legs, without doing squats that hurt, much.

 

4. Closing Out:

  • We can’t do the show without you, the listeners!
  • Please rate us on iTunes or Thumbs us up at Stitcher Radio.
  • You can email us at FMC@furry-muscle.org
  • Have any questions or comments? Drop us a line at 571-208-BUFF (2833).
  • Follow us on Twitter @FurryMuscleCast
  • You can find show notes, pictures, links and many other materials at our main website http://www.furry-muscle.org
  • Next Furry-Muscle Cast: July 11th – Fireworks!

 

Show Images:

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Show Notes: FMC - 35 Shownotes.pdf

Show Download: FMC Episode - 35.mp3

 

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