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oldbutsteady wrote:
The problem with this media is one cannot tell intent.

OBS


You are fine!
I appreciate your input even if we occasionally disagree

Keep working out and do what works for you

U do U
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ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
Average Al wrote:
oldbutsteady wrote:
ATP4,
Aerobic? Anaerobic? Sounds like the kind of science and biology based stuff that you find so objectionable. Do you really need to know that BS to design an effective exercise program?


It is not BS! Only in your vocabulary. Everyone needs knowledge to implement a productive exercise program.


Let's go with some old timer wisdom: if exercise makes your heart beat faster, it must be exercising your heart. It is just common sense, don't need to understand anything about how the body works to draw that conclusion.


HR matters only a little! If raising your HR was all-important, one could be scared into fitness. This is obviously not the case, something more is involved. Common sense!



LOL.... I was being sarcastic. Perhaps too subtle for you?
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oldbutsteady wrote:
Avg.Al,

Your childish outbursts are predictable and pathetic.

Anaerobic and Aerobic are words describing different types of physical activities. The "science" would be how these activities affect the body (I'm beginning to think you have a reading comprehension issues).

Let me educate you for a moment. The "Scientific Method" is principles and procedures for the systematic pursuit of knowledge involving the recognition and formulation of a problem, the collection of data through OBSERVATION and EXPERIMENT, and the formulation and testing of hypotheses (Merriam-Webster definition). For something to be scientifically true it MUST produce the same result when tested regardless of how many times the experiment is repeated. Do you understand? Speculation (just about everything you post) is not SCIENCE.

The "Old Timers" understood this experiment and observe better than any of these "educated" people that have been polluting, something so simple that even you should understand, for their financial gain.

Stop chasing the Golden Goose and parroting whatever your favorite author spews and posting these useless studies you stumble onto that reinforce your opinions. Your OPINIONS don't measure up and are not Scientific.

OBS


Take a good look in the mirror buddy.

You are the one who has taken it upon yourself to become the unofficial board moderator, demanding that other people stop talking about certain subjects, prohibiting other people from speculating or offering opinions.

I appreciate the lecture on science, however, I have a PhD in Chemical Engineering, have published papers in peer review journals, and worked for several decades as a research scientist in an industrial setting. So I kind of have an idea about how it is supposed to work, even if I wasn't the greatest scientist or researcher who ever lived...

You seem to think that I alter my workout routines daily based on the latest paper that I read. Nothing could be further from the truth. I've stuck with the same basic training scheme for quite a long time, and rarely make major changes based on the papers I'm reading. I generally train according to what I like to do, and how it has worked for me in the past. I just happen to like to read scientific papers on exercise and physiology, and then talk about it. If you find that offensive, that isn't my problem.

When I post a link to article that has some interesting content, you take that as me making a definitive statement about how one should exercise. You seem to think that means I've declared that one study to be the definitive word on exercise. None is that is true, and I'm not sure why you are fabricating that sort of narrative.

Do I sometimes speculate about the meaning or implications of a particular study? Of course. What is the point of a discussion board if it doesn't alow for discussion and speculation around interesting ideas? I'm more that willing to entertain ideas that are contrary to my current opinions, and then change my opinion if the evidence is compelling.

In summary, you seem to have created a caricature out of me, based on my posts, and have now taken to attacking that caricature. I'm not sure why you are doing this, though I have my opinions (which I will refrain from stating).

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Average Al wrote:
ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
Average Al wrote:
oldbutsteady wrote:
ATP4,
Aerobic? Anaerobic? Sounds like the kind of science and biology based stuff that you find so objectionable. Do you really need to know that BS to design an effective exercise program?


It is not BS! Only in your vocabulary. Everyone needs knowledge to implement a productive exercise program.


Let's go with some old timer wisdom: if exercise makes your heart beat faster, it must be exercising your heart. It is just common sense, don't need to understand anything about how the body works to draw that conclusion.


HR matters only a little! If raising your HR was all-important, one could be scared into fitness. This is obviously not the case, something more is involved. Common sense!



LOL.... I was being sarcastic. Perhaps too subtle for you?


Yeah u r right!

I appreciate your posts very much!
Please forgive my silly posts at times
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