Hiro just okayd Divas threads.
So, no reason to stay in generals any more.
Which incarnation of AJ LEE was best?
Post your favorite outlaws family.
Who are the greatest tag team of all time and why is it the Young Bucks?
get well soon champ
1. John Cena
2. Steve Austin
3. Hulk Hogan
4. The Rock
5. Shawn Michaels
6. Bret Hart
7. Randy Savage
8. CM Punk
9. The Undertaker
10. Triple H
90001. Any pre-Hogan shitters
9000000001. Any outlaw shitters
Sethfags where we at?
he is back with less hair, though...
What does /asp/ think about it?
So are these things just a scam? I'm training for Mma and I'm looking for something that can help improve my cardio routine.
they have not been proven to do anything yet, they are being sold based on a theory of what they are supposed to do
people who train at altitude don't leave altitude in between training sessions, they live there for a few weeks which is what causes their bodies to get acclimated. You might train with that thing on for an hour, and then spend the next 23 walking around saturated in normal oxygen levels.
unless you are a professional athlete there is no reason to be training at altitude anyway. As a hobbyist or amateur in what...
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I had my first judo session yesterday give me tips to pwn everyone ever and become the best.
As a purple belt, is it a better investment in the long term to drive a little farther and pay a little more to train under your professor's professor?
My trainer told everybody at the club that they should put their belt on their resumes, I'm a "Probationary Blackbelt" at WTF TKD (not a mcdojo) and was considering it, I hope to get my First Dan Blackbelt for real in mid next year, should I add either this one or my next belt onto my resume?
Out of curiousity;
for a particular job or in general? Because somehow I doubt putting your beltgrade in taekwondo would have any effect in most jobs, except for maybe bouncing and such.
I would wait for first dan to actually put black belt the resume. "Lying" about a black belt is a huge thing for those who actually care about belts. If it's just about impressing people, "red belt with three black stripes" sounds pretty impressing by itself to someone who don't have a clue about belts.
You should only list hobbies if they are professionally relevant, i.e. you're applying for a job as a bouncer, or something requiring physical fitness.
In my personal opinion, I guess it would be fine to put it for unrelated positions too, but it might give the employer the idea that you are just trying to impress him with irrelevant stuff.
When I applied for a job I included that I had done martial arts during the past year because it was a physically demanding job.
Give me all of your funny/amusing /asp/ related pictures, gifs and webms. Anything goes.
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don't mind the filenames, they're just so I can find the pictures when I need them
maybe I should become a namefag just to piss off people who hate namefags
Hi /k/, I'm wondering if you can recommend some good ASGs that would be adequate for future possesion of real weapon?