[Progress Update] One year at Dangerously Hardcore/Athlete.io/body.io

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  • #220622

    Gnomer
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    Good job, it looks you train pretty hard.  That's a big difference in a year.  Did you used to lift before?

    i don't really have any decent pics from back then..

    I probably do 🙂

    #220623

    Lesli Bortz
    Participant

    Wow what a big difference!!

    #220624

    Gnomer
    Participant

    Wow what a big difference!!

    thanks:) if I wasn't so damn white i'd show some definition a bit more but meh.. never been big on tanning

    #220625

    Gl;itch.e
    Member

    Wow what a big difference!!

    thanks:) if I wasn't so damn white i'd show some definition a bit more but meh.. never been big on tanning

    do it! its good for you

    #220626

    Gnomer
    Participant

    Wow what a big difference!!

    thanks:) if I wasn't so damn white i'd show some definition a bit more but meh.. never been big on tanning

    do it! its good for you

    yea.. i'm not much of an outdoor person and i don't normally tan anyway I just burn unless I'm wearing spf 50+ sunscreen.. and i'm not going to pay to get a tan somewhere...

    #220627

    Gl;itch.e
    Member

    Wow what a big difference!!

    thanks:) if I wasn't so damn white i'd show some definition a bit more but meh.. never been big on tanning

    do it! its good for you

    yea.. i'm not much of an outdoor person and i don't normally tan anyway I just burn unless I'm wearing spf 50+ sunscreen.. and i'm not going to pay to get a tan somewhere...

    Do you supplement vitamin D? If your vitamin D status is sufficient you should be able to tan easier. But its a bit more than that. Red light (especially from the sun) is therapeutic for a lot of things.

    #220628

    Penny Danner
    Participant

    Wow what a big difference!!

    thanks:) if I wasn't so damn white i'd show some definition a bit more but meh.. never been big on tanning

    do it! its good for you

    yea.. i'm not much of an outdoor person and i don't normally tan anyway I just burn unless I'm wearing spf 50+ sunscreen.. and i'm not going to pay to get a tan somewhere...

    Do you supplement vitamin D? If your vitamin D status is sufficient you should be able to tan easier. But its a bit more than that. Red light (especially from the sun) is therapeutic for a lot of things.

    YES!  I started supplementing with Vitamin D esp in the winter 2 years ago and I've tanned the best I EVERY have the past 2 summers!  My teenager is so jealous but he won't listen to me about taking it. LOL

    #220629

    Gnomer
    Participant

    Wow what a big difference!!

    thanks:) if I wasn't so damn white i'd show some definition a bit more but meh.. never been big on tanning

    do it! its good for you

    yea.. i'm not much of an outdoor person and i don't normally tan anyway I just burn unless I'm wearing spf 50+ sunscreen.. and i'm not going to pay to get a tan somewhere...

    Do you supplement vitamin D? If your vitamin D status is sufficient you should be able to tan easier. But its a bit more than that. Red light (especially from the sun) is therapeutic for a lot of things.

    yea i take vitamin D daily hasn't made a difference for me i still just burn..

    #220630

    Gl;itch.e
    Member

    Wow what a big difference!!

    thanks:) if I wasn't so damn white i'd show some definition a bit more but meh.. never been big on tanning

    do it! its good for you

    yea.. i'm not much of an outdoor person and i don't normally tan anyway I just burn unless I'm wearing spf 50+ sunscreen.. and i'm not going to pay to get a tan somewhere...

    Do you supplement vitamin D? If your vitamin D status is sufficient you should be able to tan easier. But its a bit more than that. Red light (especially from the sun) is therapeutic for a lot of things.

    yea i take vitamin D daily hasn't made a difference for me i still just burn..

    how much, how long, of what type of vitamin D?

    #220631

    Gnomer
    Participant

    Wow what a big difference!!

    thanks:) if I wasn't so damn white i'd show some definition a bit more but meh.. never been big on tanning

    do it! its good for you

    yea.. i'm not much of an outdoor person and i don't normally tan anyway I just burn unless I'm wearing spf 50+ sunscreen.. and i'm not going to pay to get a tan somewhere...

    Do you supplement vitamin D? If your vitamin D status is sufficient you should be able to tan easier. But its a bit more than that. Red light (especially from the sun) is therapeutic for a lot of things.

    yea i take vitamin D daily hasn't made a difference for me i still just burn..

    how much, how long, of what type of vitamin D?

    Cholecalciferol.. right now 5000ui

    #220632

    Penny Danner
    Participant

    Wow what a big difference!!

    thanks:) if I wasn't so damn white i'd show some definition a bit more but meh.. never been big on tanning

    do it! its good for you

    yea.. i'm not much of an outdoor person and i don't normally tan anyway I just burn unless I'm wearing spf 50+ sunscreen.. and i'm not going to pay to get a tan somewhere...

    Do you supplement vitamin D? If your vitamin D status is sufficient you should be able to tan easier. But its a bit more than that. Red light (especially from the sun) is therapeutic for a lot of things.

    yea i take vitamin D daily hasn't made a difference for me i still just burn..

    how much, how long, of what type of vitamin D?

    I use Carlson's 4000IU.  I started taking 2 drops per day for a couple weeks, then went down to 1 drop after that.

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