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Hail

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About Hail

  • Rank
    Standard Member
  • Birthday 09/06/1984

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    nickh84@hotmail.com

General Info

  • Location
    Australia NSW
  • Gender
    Male
  • Car Type
    European Car
  • Car Model
    MY10 Volkswagen Golf GTI
  • Occupation
    Builder
  1. NSW Spotted Thread

    Spotted PO5H at North Strathfield on Friday night.
  2. Money & Work

    Mate I'm in commercial construction, done a degree... worked up the ranks. Still working 7am-7pm everyday. Money don't come easy, as someone posted... work hard and you'll succeed. But still the points I raised are quite important. Some ppl have a degree, have the experience... and earn nothing! They dont know what they are worth, and assume the boss will just say NO.... Thats where resource, and standing up for yourself come into play.
  3. Calling all Tradies!

    Carpentry is good. Gives you an all round appreciation. You can further this with a building course and become a foreman, site manager down the track.
  4. Money & Work

    Some quick pointers for employees: 1. Know what your worth. This is important, do your homework. Find how much ppl are getting paid, regardless of age. Always arm yourself with the information. That way when it comes to discussing this with your employer you will know what is reasonable 2. REALLY Know your worth. People that put in the extra work (not 'yes' people), but ppl that dig down and get the work done when required... are worth more. Your ppl that take on the employers business as your own, and work smart to make the highest gains. 3. Dont be afraid. Dont be afraid to ask for a raise. If you have done this, and your still not happy... money is not the issue you need a change. Secondly dont be afraid to leave the comfort of your current job, for a opportunity / challenge it may just be what you needed to motivate you. Some examples for you: I am currently 24, and earn well in excess of $100k, 6 months ago I was on $70k... 8 months prior to this time $55k..... 6 months prior to that $35k. Set yourself a goal, and don't be deterred. Additionally make the money you own work harder for you!!! Invest, make every dollar one of your employees... this means you want some return out of your 'working' dollar.
  5. Photos De La HT.net meetup NSW

    Nice lil meet up... Geez havent been on here for a longgg time!
  6. RIP Chris Benoit + Family

    Of course every one deserves to rest in peace. He will be judged appropriately, not for us to judge him.
  7. Insurance on a 180sx

    $34,500 agreed value, $1978/yr Suncorp
  8. I got done same thing... parked for 5mins to take a wizz @ north bondi and man come back drive away... 3 weeks later in the mail I get a damn fine! Was parked after 10pm
  9. The Program Thread

    Program: Custom Developed over few years by a mate thats been training for 15 yrs. Written by: Few mates - gym freaks Goals: Building and defining Comments: I find this program is excellant, I have plenty of energy and I can see the gains in 3 week periods. i have photograph myself every 3 months to ensure development. I find the sessions dont last forever (no longer than 45mins). Also doing it this way ensures adequate breaks for your muscles but makes sure on those days you give them hell, allow them the week to rebuild and then hit them again. Progressively I am increasing between 7-10% more weights each week. Monday Chest Chest Press 10 reps x 1 set 50% of max weight (that you can do) 8 reps x 2 sets MAX 8 reps x 1 set 75% of max weight Hyper set DB Press & Butterflies 8 reps x 3 sets with 45 - 60 sec break Super set Elevated Push-ups and Push-ups with fingers pointing away from body 20 reps x 2 sets 45-60 sec break with small squirt of water Triceps Hyper Set: Dips, Skull Crushers & Modified Skull Crusher 8 reps x 3 sets - typical break Tri kicks 8 reps x 3 sets - typical break Tri curls (gotta smash these - big weights and kill it) 6 reps x 3 sets - typical break **Some light ab work for 5 mins non stop** Tuesday Back Pull-downs 10 reps x 1 set 50% of max weight 8 reps x 3 sets MAX Hyper Set: One arm row; Bent over row 8 reps x 3 sets - typical break Hyper Set: Close and Wide Grip chin ups 10 reps x 2 sets Back crunch 8 reps x 3 sets Biceps Super set: Vertical lift twists; horizontal lift twists; Dumb bell curl 8 reps x 3 sets Bicep Curls (SMASH THEM) 6 reps x 3 sets Hyper set: Wrist extensions and wrist curls 8 reps x 3 sets Wednesday Break Thursday Shoulders Hyper Set: Lateral raises; front raises and rear deltoids 8 reps x 3 sets Shrugs 8 reps x 3 sets Shoulder press 8 reps x 3 sets Arnie Press (hands over as if boxing and then swing ur thumbs in towards your face and as ur doing this extend upwards until the dumb bells touch and then on the way down swing them back out again... keeping it all close) 8 reps x 3 sets **Light ab work again** Friday Rest Saturday Legs 10mins cross trainer on interval 50sec bursts and 50secs off going with difficult setting level 13. Back Squats 8 reps x 2 sets Leg curls 15 reps x 3 sets Dead lifts 10 reps x 2 sets Calf raises 10 reps x 2 sets Side Steps 10 reps x 2 sets **Light ab work** Sunday Rest ***I just started taking Tribulus, only in the first week, I'll report back and let ya know if there are any major changes. People google it, might be what you need to take things to the next level - (NOTE not a growth hormone)
  10. my s15 conversion

    Haha aero fronts are nice and neat... I like hence it being on my car lol more expensive than m sports, vertex etc etc. But if u go fbr copy with the aero its all the same...
  11. DRC DYNO NIGHT 12TH MAY 2007

    Might come to da dyno day.... rod ill jump in with u, cbf taking my car dont want it to be keyed lol
  12. easter Double D

    Your right! Its + 1 point to every other offense on Double D periods, hope this helps lol!!! Trust me i have lost my license 4 times lol
  13. Nice work, neat looking car
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