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Postby HealthnWealth » Sun, 06 Apr 2008 10:28 am

sundaymorningstaple wrote:It would appear that our friend is an MLM'r and I'm just waiting.......


Is there anything wrong with MLM? Is helping people wrong?

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Sun, 06 Apr 2008 11:29 am

HealthnWealth wrote:
sundaymorningstaple wrote:It would appear that our friend is an MLM'r and I'm just waiting.......


Is there anything wrong with MLM? Is helping people wrong?


Yes there is a lot wrong with MLM including the fact that we do not allow solicitation for business of any kind in this forum. We have the Classified section for advertising and solicitation. Use it. But be advised that should you do so, you CANNOT refer to it in your posts here in the forum. The same thing applies to putting a single link in your signature, but you are not allowed to refer to it in the post message. If we feel you are just trying to push the envelope? We will lock you account.

No, helping people is not wrong, but selling MLM products here is. You are not here to help people, you are here to hard sell YOUR product to people. Big Difference. Als0, it is against this Forum's policy. Full Stop.

Now, this is the end of the discussion. You have as much as admitted that you are an mlm'r so, at the first perceived sign of solicitation your account WILL be locked.......

Capisce?

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Re: Gaining weight=The fast,healthier way

Postby bluexob » Sun, 06 Apr 2008 4:49 pm

maneo wrote:
bluexob wrote:Do exercise with heavier weights as suggested.

ksl wrote:. . . do more exercise on the weights, so the protien can build you some nice little muscles.

maneo wrote:You don't need to do a body builder's regimen (which would be ~30 hours a week with very heavy weights).
Just a couple hours 2-3 times a week will keep you fit and toned without too much bulk.
Continue with your walking and running.
Carrying heavier weights while walking ("Power walking"- 2 to 5 kg per limb) may also be a good way to exercise.

Overall this will help increase your appetite to help add some muscle weight.



Yeah i take note for all these advises..
But carrying more heavier weights??
Come on, i'm only a :girl: who is turning 21 soon..
I dont want my veins around my hand,arm looking like a man's
It just aint woman..
hehe :wink:

Being a girl or being almost 21 are not good reasons for not trying to make yourself look better.
Besides, there's no need to worry.
You will not end up looking like a man (it's a myth).

Sculpted bulges take way more work than a few walks with weights in the evening or going to the gym a mere 2-3 times a week.
It takes many, many hours in the gym with very heavy weights and with someone (a workout buddy or coach) pushing you.

As for the veins, they only pop when you are actually lifting.
This is where the term "pumping iron" came from.
To get the right look in bodybuilding competitions, body builders have to lift weights just before going on stage.
Rest too long and it all goes away.

Weightlifting could be good for muscle tone and confidence.
In fact, you might even be able to add curves, which would be more feminine.

However, as with any exercise regimen, it might be best to check with your doctor first (have you done this yet?).


Yeah u're right...
Its just a myth..(how silly of me)
I have not seen my doc yet but will soon after i have run out of my daily vitamin c supplement...
Thanks for all these kind advise,i guess seeking helps for this issue from guys view are much better..
Maybe they know best..
And yeah guys a very huge thank you!!!
Keep fit always 8-)

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Postby HealthnWealth » Sun, 06 Apr 2008 5:05 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:
HealthnWealth wrote:
sundaymorningstaple wrote:It would appear that our friend is an MLM'r and I'm just waiting.......


Is there anything wrong with MLM? Is helping people wrong?


Yes there is a lot wrong with MLM including the fact that we do not allow solicitation for business of any kind in this forum. We have the Classified section for advertising and solicitation. Use it. But be advised that should you do so, you CANNOT refer to it in your posts here in the forum. The same thing applies to putting a single link in your signature, but you are not allowed to refer to it in the post message. If we feel you are just trying to push the envelope? We will lock you account.

No, helping people is not wrong, but selling MLM products here is. You are not here to help people, you are here to hard sell YOUR product to people. Big Difference. Als0, it is against this Forum's policy. Full Stop.

Now, this is the end of the discussion. You have as much as admitted that you are an mlm'r so, at the first perceived sign of solicitation your account WILL be locked.......

Capisce?

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Hello Mederator.

Noted. Thanks for your insight. Will not bother anymore.....


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