Queensland live cattle exports halve

Confirming what many in the game had already guessed, live cattle exports from Queensland dropped by almost half last year.

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Legs

Australia

#62 Feb 28, 2011
judgejudy wrote:
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Yes meat eating has been a natural occurrence for us but many people find it hard to let go of the past. Our appendix is useless,it's a hangover from our evolutionary past. We have evolved to be able live with out meat.
Actually you have your evolution messed up, we are omnivores, not herbivores.
SKG

Perth, Australia

#63 Feb 28, 2011
Legs wrote:
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You recon he's a supplement man. I remember seeing mates eye balls popping out taking that stuff, from all the extra water being squeezed into the muscle tissue.
Have you ever taken protein powders in shake form. When you get over 100kg's its really damaging to the body. You know about it when you go to the toilet.

If you can eat it in clean meat form you will do so much better.

Believe me I have tried the powder way it doesn't work. The body simply gets rid of it as it trys to digest it as quick as possible.

Meats work better, carbs are good for you, don't underestemate cla in the diet and fats are essential. If you want to pack on muscle.

I'm actually being paid to right a book on my progress atm it goes into detail about diet. Unfortunately,I have been told not to comment on my views against protein supplements

after all they are the major sponsers.

I wouldn't be looking at athletes for healthy diets in the first place. We are eating for a purpose not for health. Most diets would kill the average person
Legs

Australia

#64 Feb 28, 2011
SKG wrote:
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Have you ever taken protein powders in shake form. When you get over 100kg's its really damaging to the body. You know about it when you go to the toilet.
If you can eat it in clean meat form you will do so much better.
Believe me I have tried the powder way it doesn't work. The body simply gets rid of it as it trys to digest it as quick as possible.
Meats work better, carbs are good for you, don't underestemate cla in the diet and fats are essential. If you want to pack on muscle.
I'm actually being paid to right a book on my progress atm it goes into detail about diet. Unfortunately,I have been told not to comment on my views against protein supplements
after all they are the major sponsers.
I wouldn't be looking at athletes for healthy diets in the first place. We are eating for a purpose not for health. Most diets would kill the average person
No, I never tried it myself I was happy eating lots of good food and working on strength and stamina, rather than body building. My mates that did use it would not confess any problems, other than their eyes feeling tight.

Though I could under stand constipation, farting, from undigested protein and absorption of more water through the large intestine and dehydration could up set things. Lots of complications for being lazy and not having a normal diet of foods.

Our bodies are made to eat what we evolved with.
SKG

Perth, Australia

#65 Feb 28, 2011
Legs wrote:
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No, I never tried it myself I was happy eating lots of good food and working on strength and stamina, rather than body building. My mates that did use it would not confess any problems, other than their eyes feeling tight.
Though I could under stand constipation, farting, from undigested protein and absorption of more water through the large intestine and dehydration could up set things. Lots of complications for being lazy and not having a normal diet of foods.
Our bodies are made to eat what we evolved with.
Good to hear you are working on strength. I must admit my stamina is not there anymore but we all have different goals.

Are you tranning for a sport or just general fitness
Legs

Australia

#66 Feb 28, 2011
SKG wrote:
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Good to hear you are working on strength. I must admit my stamina is not there anymore but we all have different goals.
Are you tranning for a sport or just general fitness
Fitness. I know of the different work outs to obtain different body outcomes to. I always found body building negated stamina, that's just the out come of body building. As you stated we are all after different outcomes. I always preferred strength, stamina and speed/agility, over body building.

In rugby I mainly played on the wing or center when players were tiring.
SKG

Perth, Australia

#67 Feb 28, 2011
Legs wrote:
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Fitness. I know of the different work outs to obtain different body outcomes to. I always found body building negated stamina, that's just the out come of body building. As you stated we are all after different outcomes. I always preferred strength, stamina and speed/agility, over body building.
In rugby I mainly played on the wing or center when players were tiring.
So offseason and on season trainning. Cleans, deadlifts, Military presses, squats, fartlec trainning, plyometrics.

I found it difficult to focus on one sport growing up but it's so much easier when you do!

Bodybuilding in the strictest sense suffers if you include stamina exercises. My strength levels are freaky I barbell row 220kg for 6 reps etc but rarely go for 1 rep max any more.

I have muscular endurance as it's bodybuilding and we often do 3 exercises per body part and 6 sets each.

There are exceptions to the rule Kevin Leverone is a fine example but people don't realise that he trainned in track and gymnastics prior to Bodybuilding

&fe ature=related

I was coaching a kid at the gym and explainning that if he was serious he would need to cut cardio right down and focus on giving his offseason a real go. The guy was doing intense running for 30 min and had hit a major plateau.
Legs

Australia

#68 Feb 28, 2011
SKG wrote:
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So offseason and on season trainning. Cleans, deadlifts, Military presses, squats, fartlec trainning, plyometrics.
I found it difficult to focus on one sport growing up but it's so much easier when you do!
Bodybuilding in the strictest sense suffers if you include stamina exercises. My strength levels are freaky I barbell row 220kg for 6 reps etc but rarely go for 1 rep max any more.
I have muscular endurance as it's bodybuilding and we often do 3 exercises per body part and 6 sets each.
There are exceptions to the rule Kevin Leverone is a fine example but people don't realise that he trainned in track and gymnastics prior to Bodybuilding
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =Z1-ygiI6_3MXX&feature=rel ated
I was coaching a kid at the gym and explainning that if he was serious he would need to cut cardio right down and focus on giving his offseason a real go. The guy was doing intense running for 30 min and had hit a major plateau.
Wow, your really into it. Strength and stamina training as you know is totally different to body building. The weights from your maximum, sets and reps are totally different with a lot more cardio involved. I use to peak at about 90 to 95kgs.

I use to run the 2.4km in 7 mins, and I'm 6'2" so I'm a different body type to you probably. This is when I use to keep track of my performance though.
SKG

Perth, Australia

#69 Feb 28, 2011
Legs wrote:
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Wow, your really into it. Strength and stamina training as you know is totally different to body building. The weights from your maximum, sets and reps are totally different with a lot more cardio involved. I use to peak at about 90 to 95kgs.
I use to run the 2.4km in 7 mins, and I'm 6'2" so I'm a different body type to you probably. This is when I use to keep track of my performance though.
Yeah you have to be if you competing. Its always good to talk to people who understand what you are talking about. Its a breath of fresh air. WA has a strong strength athlete community. We all know each other from PL, WL And BB contests.

I was very fortunate to start weight trainning with the guidence from the Pellegi family and later on with Kevins BB association here.

Im nursing a forearm injury from doing 35kg 1 hand dumbell preacher curls. I debating on working out legs tonight but worry if I grip the handles to hard in leg extentions and leg pressess.

So will Ice,then warm Ice then warm until tonight.
Legs

Australia

#70 Feb 28, 2011
SKG wrote:
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Yeah you have to be if you competing. Its always good to talk to people who understand what you are talking about. Its a breath of fresh air. WA has a strong strength athlete community. We all know each other from PL, WL And BB contests.
I was very fortunate to start weight trainning with the guidence from the Pellegi family and later on with Kevins BB association here.
Im nursing a forearm injury from doing 35kg 1 hand dumbell preacher curls. I debating on working out legs tonight but worry if I grip the handles to hard in leg extentions and leg pressess.
So will Ice,then warm Ice then warm until tonight.
You could always squat instead. Injuries come with the sport unfortunately, is it a muscle tear, ligament or tendon? All require a bit of rest to recuperate.

One of my school mates is plastered all over the gyms of Armadale and Kelmscott. I use to work out with him when we were teenagers. Australia is a small world really.
SKG

Perth, Australia

#71 Feb 28, 2011
Legs wrote:
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You could always squat instead. Injuries come with the sport unfortunately, is it a muscle tear, ligament or tendon? All require a bit of rest to recuperate.
One of my school mates is plastered all over the gyms of Armadale and Kelmscott. I use to work out with him when we were teenagers. Australia is a small world really.
Yeah theres a few excellent BB'rs around I start with squat. Never use the pad on the bar cause it doesn't fit on my shoulders properly.

If its a ligament or tendon I wouldn't beable to move it. I'm sure its muscular more likely a pull. I might have to wrap my hand to the dumbell next time to avoid putting to much load on the forearms.

I want to live the dream be paid. Unfotunately I agree with my "team" that to crack into the US market you have to be a lot better than the competition. Luke wood should of been ranked a lot higher than what he is but it's difficult to get into the American market.

If you ever get the chance when he does his seminars talk to him he is the nicest guy you will ever meet.

I have a nutritionist and a committed trainer now. They are investing in me and I would be nothing without the support.

If you see a BBer with a dragon tattoo on his left arm get on the media for cracking the top 3. You know its me.

The goal is to get the offseason weight to 150kg and bring it down to 135 or 125kg cut. With out holding water.Size is the game atm and I agree with Kevin a lot of guys try and come in to conditioned early in their careers. Nobody is going to invest in a 100kg shredded Aussie BB.

The goal is to focus on events that are qualifiers because cutting is the hardest thing to get right.
Legs

Australia

#72 Feb 28, 2011
SKG wrote:
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Yeah theres a few excellent BB'rs around I start with squat. Never use the pad on the bar cause it doesn't fit on my shoulders properly.
If its a ligament or tendon I wouldn't beable to move it. I'm sure its muscular more likely a pull. I might have to wrap my hand to the dumbell next time to avoid putting to much load on the forearms.
I want to live the dream be paid. Unfotunately I agree with my "team" that to crack into the US market you have to be a lot better than the competition. Luke wood should of been ranked a lot higher than what he is but it's difficult to get into the American market.
If you ever get the chance when he does his seminars talk to him he is the nicest guy you will ever meet.
I have a nutritionist and a committed trainer now. They are investing in me and I would be nothing without the support.
If you see a BBer with a dragon tattoo on his left arm get on the media for cracking the top 3. You know its me.
The goal is to get the offseason weight to 150kg and bring it down to 135 or 125kg cut. With out holding water.Size is the game atm and I agree with Kevin a lot of guys try and come in to conditioned early in their careers. Nobody is going to invest in a 100kg shredded Aussie BB.
The goal is to focus on events that are qualifiers because cutting is the hardest thing to get right.
Reads like you might break into the US market, good luck to you. Nothing like living on the same rat packs for months on end to get cut LOL.
judgejudy

Melbourne, Australia

#73 Mar 1, 2011
Legs wrote:
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LOL The first one was a body builder who had anger management problems. Seems roids make all the difference eh. LOL
I'd have to say meat eater out number you.
The body builder doesn't look like he is on steroids. To be a vegetarian is a health conscious commitment and steroids aren't healthy.
In Australia they currently do but will decline with meat price increases. It is too expensive to produce and vegetation is a lot cheaper. Times are changing, massive meat consumption will be a thing of the past soon.
judgejudy

Melbourne, Australia

#74 Mar 1, 2011
SKG wrote:
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Ronnie Coleman 8 times mr Olympia (watching a ronnie tape as he eats a few kilos of chicken) > Bill Pearl
You don't have to but it helps to eat meat
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =v25e7Hpm4qQXX&feature=rel ated
Personally I only started putting on solid muscle going from 95kg to 120kg when I began eating shit loads of chicken.
I'm 5'7 btw and want my pro card but its tough. Diet is 80%, Training is 10& and the rest is mental. I started in a weight lifting bakground.
You realise this is like people who argue HIT by Mike Metnzer is superior to heavy volume trainning. The vast majority don't use HIT systems
Supplements are a con! Meat works so much better.
That poor man's meal doesn't look too tasty for him to slather it all with so much sauce. lol

The man is genetically programmed to be huge no matter what.

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#75 Mar 1, 2011
Legs wrote:
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How much vegg and cereal do you need to get your daily Iron intake?
Most vegans end up anemic by the way.
Iron properties can be found in lentils- beans, seeds, nuts, chickpeas- leafy vegetables- tofu, soy products, tempeh- olives- black-eyed peas- potatoes with skin- whole-grain/wheat bread- tomato- seaweed- parsley, garlic- leeks- dried figs, raisins- mushrooms- combined with high vitamin C foods for iron absorption.

A well planned diet does not cause anaemia.
Legs

Australia

#76 Mar 1, 2011
judgejudy wrote:
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The body builder doesn't look like he is on steroids. To be a vegetarian is a health conscious commitment and steroids aren't healthy.
In Australia they currently do but will decline with meat price increases. It is too expensive to produce and vegetation is a lot cheaper. Times are changing, massive meat consumption will be a thing of the past soon.
LOL It costs more to make tofu then Beef. You can't grow crops on grazing land, there is not enough viable water. Your not an agronomist, farmer or food producer who sells to a market, so keep dribbling out ya bum.

There will always be Meat and meat eaters we out number you, make more money than you and will continue to consume meat, whether that be Beef, Chicken, Sheep or fish.
Legs

Australia

#77 Mar 1, 2011
goodvibrations wrote:
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Iron properties can be found in lentils- beans, seeds, nuts, chickpeas- leafy vegetables- tofu, soy products, tempeh- olives- black-eyed peas- potatoes with skin- whole-grain/wheat bread- tomato- seaweed- parsley, garlic- leeks- dried figs, raisins- mushrooms- combined with high vitamin C foods for iron absorption.
A well planned diet does not cause anaemia.
What quantity of that fruit, legumes, veggies, seeds, green leafy vegetables do you need to eat?

I can get my daily Iron Intake from 150g to 250g of red meat.
Opinionated Indian

Hayward, CA

#78 Mar 1, 2011
I hink meat's delicious.

I may be a Hindu, bt a sirloin steak is a guilty pleasure.

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