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  1. Mortal Kombat 9 Banned

    If you go on www.play-asia.com and search for the MK PS3 version a few ppl there have imported it with no dramas
  2. Mortal Kombat 9 Banned

    I reckon eBay is the way to go. At least you can contact the seller and organize your package to be "altered" somewhat
  3. Hey guys, long time reader, seldom poster. Just after peoples opinions on my new proposed workout plan...sort of. Been gyming for a good 5-6 years, do all the fundamentals, squat, deads, chinups, clean press, military etc. Pretty much learnt everything off this site. Stick to a diet mainly consisting of meat and vegetables. Have a change in my lifestyle now, full time uni, work and play soccer as well so thought I will start fresh with a new workout after about 18 months doing the same thing. Was looking at doing a blend of light medium and heavy sessions. Three times are week where I would do one session. Mainly consisting of the lifts previously mentioned just different weights and repetitions. After feedback and opinions on what people think about my new proposal
  4. Brain teaser...

    During a visit to a mental asylum, a visitor asked the Director what the criteria is that defines if a patient should be institutionalized. "Well," said the Director, "we fill up a bathtub. Then we offer a teaspoon, a teacup, and a bucket to the patient and ask the patient to empty the bathtub." Okay, here's your test: 1. Would you use the spoon? 2. Would you use the teacup? 3. Would you use the bucket? "Oh, I understand," said the visitor. "A normal person would choose the bucket, as it is larger than the spoon." The director recommended that the visitor be institutionalized. What would a 'normal' person do?
  5. Shin Splints

    I have had shin splints from too much soccer in the past, played about 4 games in half a week. The obvious remedy is to take time off. Always remember to properly stretch and warm up too before and after games. Dencorub and Voltaren gel also help so invest in some the the muscle creams too.
  6. Compression gear

    I'm about to start outdoor soccer season and I'm looking at some new compression gear for my upper body. My old linebreak shirt has seen better days so I'm looking around for something good value. I have noticed the new 400 series skins aswell as bsc and under armor. Just after any feedback on what people have used and their experiences with it. Much appreciated
  7. Lost remote

    I got a Panasonic CD-VQ7001 dvd player. Had it for awhile in my car. Recently my car was broken into, nothing was taken except the remote for the dvd player. Now im unable to use my dvd player at all as it requires the remote to turn it on. I have tried other panasonic remotes and none of them work I called up my local car audio store and was quotd $165 just for the remote and 4-6week wait for it to come from japan Am I screwed with my dvd player or are there any other possibilities for me to get it to work?
  8. MW2 killed my PS3

    Haha I respect both xbox and PS3 im not here to debate. Its the games that make the console correct? But just to mention all my mates 360's had rrod on them and i have the first ps3 to fail My ps3 was a 40gb model but I put at 160gb hd in it. From the looks of it I will have to buy a new ps3, but on the bright side its almost xmas so there are some good deals out. I live in ACT and there is not place that will look at it (not counting ppl who will look at it in their own garage ) Oh well....sh!t happens
  9. Why does my mic stuff my connection?

    telstra sucks btw, change it ASAP How fast is your connection? Im on Nat Open and have no problems, it still gets abit laggy with american hosts but my mic doesnt affect my connection. Check out this site for port forwarding as it can help strengthen your connection clicky
  10. MW2 killed my PS3

    I was playing a few games of MW2 and for no reason my PS3 froze. Its happened a few times before and I usually just reset my console and load up MW2 again. This time now its not reading any of my PS3 discs. The console loads up fine and has all my demos but there is no option to load the game disc Has anyone had a problem like this before or know of what I can do to get my PS3 working properly again?
  11. Am I on the right track?

    IMO... I would go for heavy weight low reps (5 reps) Squats + Deadlifts + Bench Press + Bent over rows + Dips + Chin ups =A better you You dont need a spot for squats
  12. going to qld

    I was thinking of flying up there and hiring a car, but the flights are too expensive. virgin has return flights from around $450 and even tiger airways is at about $350 return. Thanks for the advice anyways!!
  13. going to qld

    Me and some mates are going to gold coast for new years. We are gonna hire a car and drive up there. According to google maps its a 12 hour drive (it even mentions walking is a 10 day travel). Just want to know if anyone has made the trip or know of friends and what the best way to go is. I have been told of a couple ways, staying inland through all the cities or going along the coast. Looks like we'll do an early drive, around 3-4am and arrive in the afternoon. Of course we are all gonna alternate drivers to be safe aswell. Cheers for any advice
  14. I would like to know this too. And also how often I should do them. As mentioned before I seuperset every session, and alternate which areas are being super-setted. I drop-set once a fortnight and do negatives once every couple months. Is this ok, or overload or maybe not enough...?
  15. 90% of the Bench accidents I see on Youtube are all to do with false grip, so I guess ill pass on that