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Old Fri, Jun-24-16, 17:41
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Default 50 Year Old Guy Doing 22 Dips on VERY Low Carb

I have not posted here in a long time, but really wanted to share this video of me knocking out 22 parallel bar dips at age 50, and a bodyweight of 212 pounds. (Which is fairly lean for me) And while only eating 30 or less grams of carbs per day.

I've always been greatly annoyed by internet fitness gurus who claim that you can't possibly engage in truly high intensity exercise unless you pound down loads of starch. Nonsense!

Here's a Link to The Video

As they say...whoever "they" is...a video is worth a million words.
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