Nie szkodzą... NIGDY o ile są używane z głową, nie przekraczasz zalecanych dawek i przestrzegasz zaleceń producenta. a odżywki białkowe, gainery, bulki, carbo itp. to już za c***j nie mają jak szkodzić
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Zamieszczam wywiad z zespołem Biohazard. Osobiście nie należę do specjalnych wielbicieli tej kapeli, ale słychać w tej muzyce wpływy tego co lubię czyli hard core punk.. Wywiad ten a także moje poprzednie posty dowodzą, że MMA jest bardzo popularne wśród nowosorskich zespołów HC. Pozrowienia! I was excited to go to the Sanctuary Records' offices to talk with the guys from Biohazard. I had met Billy and Evan while training jiu-jitsu and knew that they shared the same obsessions I had with music and with jiu-jitsu. Many of you faithful Metal Update readers will find that this interview is a departure from our usual format. Nonetheless, I think you will find it a fun read. Just as jiu-jitsu has influenced so many fighters and fighting styles over the last decade, so too has Biohazard influenced many of today's new metal bands that mix rap, metal and hardcore. The band's interest in the fighting style made for lively conversation and gives us the opportunity to view the band from a different angle. METAL UPDATE: Tell me about when you started jiu-jitsu? DANNY SCHULLER: I started training with Craig Kukuk when he first came here back in 1993 down at a judo school. Then when Renzo came here we were training at the academy at 27th street. I used to train there all the time. Then we moved to LA and started training with Rickson . I love jiu-jitsu, but I haven't trained in about a year and a half. I had an elbow dislocated pretty bad in an accident at the academy. It kind of took the wind out of my sails for a while. MU: You've gotta get back there. DS: No doubt. I got fight club by my house - these wrestlers and shit. We all train together and stuff. MU: You have mats and stuff over there? DS: Yeah, I got mats at my house. I recognized the shirt right away. MU: I wore my Gracie Barra shirt because I knew I was gonna see you guys. DS: I trained at Gracie Barra when I was down there. MU: With Carlinhos? DS: Yeah, Carlos Gracie, Jr. was there. Who else? Who is running it down there? MU: Marcio Feitosa? DS: Yeah, Feitosa and Nino was there. You know Ricardo and Flavio . MU: Vinnie? DS: Vinnie was the guy who was up here then left? I don't know him too well. MU: I know Matt Serra and Rodrigo . DS: You know Matt is fighting in the UFC again in September? That last fight he had, I thought he was great. After the fight, I'm sitting in my house all depressed. How did he lose? I was expecting him to come in and just kill. Like that kid B.J. Penn. I see them at the same level. I don't think anyone can beat him at 170 pounds. No way. MU: Certainly no one is going to tap him out. DS: Exactly. He's gonna fight Pat Milletich. What's gonna happen? He's gonna destroy that guy. The guy's a bum. So, I'm watching Matt and I see him get hit with that elbow. Oh ****! I knew he was out from that first shot. For the rest of the fight he wasn't even being careful and I couldn't understand why. What the **** is he doing? Then he got knocked out. Then I read an interview with him and he said the first shot he didn't even remember getting. He didn't know. ****. That's what happens when you get knocked out. It's a testament to how tough that kid is. I remember when he was a ****ing blue belt. He probably doesn't remember me, but I used to train there all the time. MU: I saw Billy like a year and a half ago when the academy was on 25th street. I remember talking to him about the band and stuff because it was right when the Metal Judgment website was getting started. Since then, I haven't seen him at all. DS: We've been so busy. Every time I see Renzo, he's says, "Man, you got to come and train. You guys are getting fat." I wish I had more time. I live in Staten Island and have two kids. MU: We have a strong Staten Island crew. Joe Capizzi from The Dying Light, he trains there. DS: I used to train with Renzo and Ricardo at the Gold's Gym in Middletown, NJ on Sundays because that was the only class I could ever make. It's like twenty minutes from my house. I was telling Renzo there are all these wrestlers by my house that want to learn jiu-jitsu. He should send a representative out there. MU: There are some Staten Island guys that want to open a school out there, so maybe it will happen soon. DS: I trained at the Gracie Barra academy. I thought I was going to die. We got the hotel we'd been up all night on the plane. Man, we've got to call Royler. We've got to call Barra. We've got to find somewhere to train. They were like, "Yeah, Biohazard come down and train." So it was ****ing hot. It was December in New York so it was like boiling hot down there. They were killing me. I was dying. At the time, I had been training regularly, so I could hang a little - lot of good guys down there. I've put on thirty pounds since then, so I would be in trouble if I got on the mats. MU: So you want to talk about music? DS: No, let's keep talking about jiu-jitsu! I hope Matt wins at that next fight. He's fighting Yves Edwards right? Matt will kill him. After I saw that last fight and he lost, I said, "That's the last fight that kid will ever lose." That's the kind of thing you learn your lessons from. He's so talented like that. He'll never lose. MU: He just gets better and better. Did you see him at Abu Dhabi? DS: No, but I heard he was a killer. MU: He just smoked everybody there. Jean Jacques Machado. Leo Santos. DS: I trained with all those guys too. Those guys are incredible. Rigan Machado was unstoppable about five years ago. Ricardo choked out Rigan Machado a couple of years ago at Abu Dhabi. I'm waiting for Rickson to fight again. MU: You trained with Rickson? DS: Yes, at his house! We went to house and hung out with him. He has this big garage with all the crazy training shit that he does. All that yoga shit. He just stands you up and looks at you. "So you want me to teach you how to fight? You want me to watch you and tell you what you need to work on? You want me to just show you one thing. Or you want to ask me a question?" I was speechless. "Whatever you think is cool, man." "C'mon. Throw a punch. Try to hit me and we'll talk." He takes you through a whole fight scenario. MU: I did a seminar with him once. He didn't show any moves. He just talked about moving your hips and your center of gravity. It was all body mechanics. Really cool stuff. DS: That's the thing, when we were training there it was basically Billy and me fighting the whole school every day. Everybody was like, "Oh, you guys are in a rock band." When Rickson comes in, he just checks your game. He will come in and tell you to a couple of little tiny things and change your whole game. "I see what you're doing and you make it work, but if you just move your head like this when you do it. . ." Unbelievable! Royler too. I spent one morning with him and it changed the way I look at jiu-jitsu forever. He just showed me a couple of little tiny things and I was just like, "duh!" Wow! He's so small. I have a picture of me on Royler's back with the gi choking him and he signed it, "Danny, this is right before I choked your ass out! - Royler" Royler is so good and so flexible. He will give you his back and just play with you. MU: Same with Rickson. I've seen Rickson, put his hands in his belt, let the guy take his back with both hooks and both hands in the choke and then tell him to start choking, then Rickson would escape like it was nothing. DS: I couldn't believe about his son. All I could think about is how Rickson must have felt. They would do everything as a family together. We would go and hang with them on the weekends. They were so close. I can't imagine what it would feel like to lose your son. MU: I know. I couldn't believe it. I said it can't be for real. Every picture you saw of Rickson, Rockson son would be right there next to him. DS: The week it happened. I was on a plane going to Brazil and Rolker Gracie was sitting behind me. I said, "You look familiar." He says, "You look familiar too. Who are you?" I said, "I'm Danny from Biohazard." He says, "Oh yeah. I'm Rolker Gracie. You trained at our academy." I said, "I heard about Rickson's son. I'm so sorry." This was a week after it happened. He was really sad too. The whole family was effected. Enough about the jiu-jitsu talk. Jiu-jitsu is the greatest. MU: What prompted you guys to move to California. DS: We lived there for a while and made a few records out there. That's when we were training with Rickson. It was winter in New York and the record company said, you can do this record anywhere. You want to stay in five feet of snow in New York or do want to go to LA and train jiu-jitsu and surf in the mornings while you make your record? I love LA. I gotta lot of friends of there. MU: It's funny that a lot of your songs are about New York. DS: It's funny. We write all the songs in New York and get that New York vibe and then go to LA to record them. This record we did it all here. We didn't have a label or a manager or a deal when we recorded this record. We just went into the studio and did it all ourselves. There was no label or producer trying to tell us what to do. For that reason, it's a more pure Biohazard record. My friends did not start loving the record until they had it for a week or two, then it started growing on them. MU: I found it was very raw. It wasn't over-produced or very polished. It's in your face so it takes a little while to adjust to the rawness. What other bands do you listen to? What kind of crowd do you guys run with? Do you go out to check out bands? DS: Tonight I'm going to see Slipknot. I love Slipknot. Evan is the guy in the band that goes to every single show. Last week Clutch played and I couldn't go. MU: I was there. It was an awesome show. DS: I'll see them next weekend at another show. MU: I saw Evan at L'Amours a couple of times and he was talking about the new Biohazard album coming out. DS: Who do you think is going to win Tito or Vitor ? MU: I don't know. It's going to be a tough fight. I want Belfort to win, but I could see it going either way. DS: If it goes quick, it will be Vitor all the way. If it goes over five minutes, then it might go to Ortiz. I think Tito's got a suspect chin. Remember when he fought Vanderlai , he got rocked. MU: Vanderlai is no joke. DS: Vanderlai is no joke, but he got rocked. When he fought Yuki Kondo and got caught with that knee. Tito was out for a second. Just from seeing that, I think if you hit that kid square, then he's going down. If Dan Henderson was twenty or thirty pounds heavier, I could see him beating Tito. (At this point Evan walks in with copies of the new album 'Uncivilization' fresh from the manufacturer. Evan shows me a tattoo inspired by Rickson.) EVAN SEINFELD: The tattoo was inspired by Rickson sitting down and showing us how to choke somebody properly. I was saying I can choke better than you because I'm pretty big and strong. So Rickson brings his son over who at the time was about ten years old. He says let him choke you. I says that little kid can't choke me, my dick is bigger than his arm. (Evan then makes an agonizing face and mimics how he was tapping for Rockson to let go.) After that Rickson showed me the right way to choke somebody. I'll never forget it. (At this point, someone notices a problem with the artwork on the new CD and the band starts screaming, half-jokingly, about firing somebody.) BILLY GRAZIADEI: Did you know Renzo and Ricardo were on our record? MU: I remember they were going down to visit you guys in the studio a while ago. BG: Just Renzo ended up on the Record. Ricardo got cut, but Ricardo did a rap that was better than Renzo's. It's real good. Renzo says, "Do what you gotta. Comer porrada!" It means eat the fist, like taking a beating. ES: Who do you write for? MU: Metaljudgment.com and Metalupdate.com. ES: What are you saying, you're judging us? (laughs) MU: Yes, kinda. BG: How long have you been training? MU: About four years. ES: So you still a blue belt? MU: Yes. A blue belt forever. Renzo's been giving out a lot of belts lately. There are a lot of good guys at the academy. I'm one of the older blue belts now. You guys should definitely come back and train. ES: What happened to Rodrigo and Matt ? MU: Rodrigo, Matt and Nick have their own academy in Long Island. Ricardo teaches in New Jersey still and sometimes in New York. Matt, Rodrigo and Ricardo just cleaned up at Abu Dhabi. Gene Dunn has been teaching the day classes. Shawn Williams and John Danaher teach the beginner's classes. ES: I just saw Fabiano Iha on Battledome. He came out and jumped over some six foot eight inch guy. He got worked though. They beat the shit out of him. Choć życie nasze splunięcia nie warte - Eviva l'arte
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Miałem podobnie z tymi chorobami, przede wszystkim porą jesienną/zimową. Lekarz mi przypisał lek na odporność o nazwie BRONCHO-VAXOM. Do tego zacząłem brać witaminę C 3g dziennie. Teraz nie można powiedzieć, że nie choruję, ale różnica pomiędzy tamtym okresem a bieżącym, to niebo a ziemia.
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Sam tylko dobijasz się tymi antybiotykami, które mimo że rzekomo pomagają - w końcowym rezultacie ryją ciebie jeszcze bardziej. Osobiście zaliczyłbym na twoim miejscu wizytę u alergologa i wykonał testy pod kątem alergii wziewnych. Po tym ewentualnie wykluczasz pokarmy, które mogą krzyżować z danym pyłkiem. Ponadto obowiązkowo dorzuciłbym codzienną suplementację witaminą C rzędu 3-5 g oraz witaminą D3 (ok. 250 ugI) + K2. Probiotyki byłyby bardzo fajną sprawą, jednak tutaj już niestety wkraczają spore koszta. Do tego maksymalizacja zdrowego trybu życia, unikanie stresu i zadbanie o własne jelita. Antybiotyki tylko w naprawdę krytycznych sytuacjach, unikaj ich jak ognia.
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n/c co do diety polecam lektoore tych postoow - http://www.sfd.pl/topic.asp?topic_id=90347 - http://www.sfd.pl/topic.asp?topic_id=50408 - http://www.sfd.pl/topic.asp?topic_id=39176 artystyczny leniwy' grasik księżniczka-mafia.suple.hardcor.pl ~kopernik sooplementacji~ Bądź silnym i niezłomnym, aby umocnić słabość tych, którzy się chwieją.
Odpowiedzi: 12 Ilość wyświetleń: 3352 Data: 11/3/2003 10:56:53 PM Liczba szacunów: 0
Ja łykam 4 tabl zincasu, 2 filomagu B6, i 1 witamine C. To wszystko codziennie przed snem. To co zaobserwowałem: od tego czasu cera rewelacja, śpię jak zabity, nie da się mnie rano dobudzić, wzmożona aktywność seksualna
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Jak dla mnie, to są dwie przyczyny "strzelania": a)niedokładna rozgrzewka b)za mało tej "maści" w stawach (kto widział kiedyś jakieś połączenie dwóch kości, to wie o co chodzi) c)przeciążone stawy Być może to, co teraz napiszę jest totatlną bzdurą, ale obiło mi się o uszy, że jak się pije dużo mleka, to tak bardzo nie "strzela". I mi nie strzela, tzn. troszeczkę przy przysiadach, ale tak malutko. I dodam, że piję dużo mleka. Ale proszę nie sugerować się moim zdaniem, bo ja to usłyszałem "od kolegi kolegi"
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Z potliwoscia na trenie to fakt sam teraz bije co do pytania - idz do lekarza powiedz ze nie mozesz spac w te upały i powiedz ze chcesz lek o nazwie zolpic bardzo dobry srodek nasenny.sam teraz stosuje bo za c.h.u.j bym nie usnął.
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np. ja jem bardzo malo owocow wiec lykam codziennie 2 tabletki Special Two i mam problem z glowy, do tego jeszcze po treningu ACE ROLA i dodatkowo jakas witaminke C ktorej uwazam ze nigdy nie jest za duzo. Moderator członek-mafia.suple.hardcor.pl MODERATOR TEŻ CZŁOWIEK "Wszystko jest trucizną decyduje tylko dawka." "To co dla mnie jest podłogą, dla innych może być sufitem"
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chasland17 Ale to są linki DO MOICH AUTORSKICH TEMATÓW, A NIE CUDZYCH MĄDRALO... Napisz coś sam, to też będziesz miał DO CZEGO dawać linki... Poza tym z moich linków przynajmniej można się czegoś dowiedzieć, nie to c oz Twich "komentarzy radosnych"
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Cześć. Tak jak już wcześniej zostało napisane podstawą jest dobrze zbilansowana dieta czyli taka która spełnia zapotrzebowanie organizmu na Twoje makro oraz mikroskładniki. Suplementacja moim zdaniem jest niezbędna choćby ze względu na fakt, że jesteś osoba aktywną fizycznie i Twój organizm ma większe zapotrzbowanie na nie. Z podstaw polecam witamine C w dawkach gramowych (nie mg) rozłożonych w ciągu dnia, witaminę D3+K2, magnez oraz dobrej jakości tran. Pozdrawiam
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Bardziej rozsądne wydaje mi się . 1.obranie jakiejś organizacji 2.konkretnych celów 3.dobranie odpowiednich programów . I Ciągły rozwój ....... Uważam , że mógłbyś zacząć od prostego C-F gdzie używasz własnego ciała jako obciążenia i powoli i stopniowo się rozwijać . Jednak też wszystko powinno być w miarę poukładane . "Trenuję Street Workout" Ile razy w tygodniu ? Uważam także , że powinieneś kupić sobie choć stojaki , sztangę i obciążenie - pomogło by ci się to rozwijać .
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