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Furry-Muscle Cast - 41 - XMasEats


  1. Introductions

·         Maximus Ursis – Carding With Friends. (Away)

·         Tiptoe – Post-Con Model Building.

·         Beastly Bahamut – Quite, Blue and Ripping Clothing.

·         Syn – A Post-Con Roller Coaster Rat.

·         Jazz Wolf – Hates Cold, Like Sunny Florida.

·         Snowheart –  Working, Working, Working.

·         Tiberious – On Call (Away)

·         Schredded Wolf – If It Don’t Got Veins On Muscles, Leave!

·         Zak – Winter Rest.


  1. Programing Note:


January – 9th

July – 10th

February – 13th

August – 14th

March – 13th

September – 11th

April – 10th

October – 9th

May – 8th

November – 13th

June – 12th

December – 11th


  1. Topics
  1. MidWest Furfest
  • Talk about how MWFF 2014 went for Cast members whom went.
  • News: At Hyatt-Regency, Rosemont: Glass Jar with White Substance, Strong Chlorine Smell Causes Firefighter, EMS Hazmat Response, Evacuation


  1. Holiday Fitness Tips
  • Prioritize Your Time - During the holiday rush many people forget to give themselves “you” time. If one can’t get a normal workout in it best to at least do 30 minutes of activity first thing in the morning.
  • Pick Your Indulgences Wisely - Indulge wisely and in moderation. Is the goodie in question one you can eat year-round, or is it a seasonal special? There's no point blowing your diet on a cookie that comes from a box purchased from the supermarket. You can throw those in your cart at any time.
  • Buddy Up - Find someone with similar goals, and work together to accomplish them, this can help with staying on track during the holiday eats.
  • Schedule Training Wisely - Plan ahead a little before diving in to workout. Putting the turkey and stuffing to go use. Time your meals so you can use them as fuel or to replenish nutrients.
  • Other Tips On Link’s Website
  • Links: http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/8-holiday-fitness-tips.html


  1. Volume Training
  • What is Volume Training? - To train a muscle group many times over above 15 sets (many times one does that exercise).
  • Risk: Obvious risk of overtraining,
  • Do 18–26 sets for large body parts, like back and quads. Do 15–20 sets for smaller body parts, like triceps and calves
  • Work out six days weekly, and train all body parts, other than abs and calves, only once a week. This will allow you to keep your intensity up throughout the entire routine.
  • Keep all workouts to 90 minutes or less.
  • In order to maintain your intensity, increase your overall workout volume gradually. Don’t add more than two sets per week.
  • Link: http://www.flexonline.com/training/training-style-volume-training


  1. Protein
  • What is the best time to eat protein?
  • Most people get their protein intake at breakfast and dinner times.
  • Is there an advantage to spreading protein intake throughout your day? *Pause* Hell, yes.
  • Researchers studied 24-hour muscle-protein synthesis in a group of healthy men and women.
  • Protein synthesis was 25% higher when subjects consumed protein evenly at each meal. The researchers concluded that it’s better to have protein with breakfast, lunch, and dinner than having a big, high protein meal at night.


  1. Emails
  1. From: SexyWolf @Tiptoe & Syn

Question: If you and Syn had totally bold heads could I rub them both after a fresh shaving like a gypsy hag rolling her hands a crystal ball?





  1. From: WhoDaOwl @JazzWolf

Question: How do you find inspiration to draw when you’re always busy looking at deadly code of Javascript and not want to rip it off the screen and throw out the window.


  1. From: BlueDoggie @Beastly Bahamut

Question: Working for a logging company may be a lot of heavy lifting sometimes. I never hear you complain about your leg even after your motorcycle accident from a while back. Does it still cause you problems, currently and if it does. Does it cause problems with your driving at your job?


  1. From: MuscleBoundWolf @Schredded Wolf

Question: I see you love veins, why? I know it seems crazy question but I can’t wrap my head around what so “cool” about it. I mean no disrespect in anyway, I just wanted to understand what so neat about it. I do think veins popping out is pretty neat.


  1. From: FloridaWolf @Jazzwolf

Question: What tools do you use to do art and do you find doing digital drawings all the time impact your traditional art drawing skills?


  1. Closing Out:
  •  We can’t do the show without you, the listeners!
  • Please take the time to 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: January – 9th.

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Show Notes: FMC - 41- Show Notes.pdf

Show Download: FMC Episode - 41.mp3

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