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You learn something new every day
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Hi, according to the website charge hr has continous heart rate monitor throughout the day, ever 5 seconds actually.

But your saying that it doesn't work?

Regards, good review
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Ah, I see how that can be confusing. Yes, the tracker does record your heart rate all day long, and you can see the results of that in a nifty little chart on your dashboard. However, I could not have the heart rate appear on the wristband itself continuously. Like, I wanted to be able to see the heart rate displayed on the band throughout my entire workout. It doesn't work that way. However, I can look after my workout at the dashboard chart and see how it changed. Hope that clarifies things a bit better!
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Intel top 5:
Less power consumption
Less heat production
More computing power
More compatible
Built in GPU

AMD:
Cheap
Easy and fast to overclock
Synergy with Radeon GPU
More Durable
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Best video you have done, not only bcs you are moving more (instead of just head videos) but also you are giving the information that will help the most people.

Great job, no homo
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Rebuttal to your two reasons.
Fundamental reason one:
If the employer could not fire who he wanted, or hire who he wanted by regulation from the state, that would mean that we  are threatening that employer with fines and violence. This act is not moral and has nothing to do with a free society.
A free society anyone can start a business, hire who they want, and take any job they want, as long as the employer also wants that person as a worker.
You frame it as this is something bad, but nothing can be further from the truth, because all other instances of this requires the use of violence against people to get them to do what they want, and that is not freedom that is socialist. 

Fundamental reason two:
No there is no exploitation, the worker chose the job, and the employer chooses what he wants to sell HIS products for.
"the worker only compensated enough"
The worker is compensated according to the contract they signed up for when taking the job, if you dont want that low a salary then dont take that low of a salary.. this is what freedom means. 

"Therefor as to keep working"
Just as the employer has, you need to work to earn money to buy food.. how are you going to get around this basic concept..

"Capitalism makes you compete for labor" 
No the state makes you compete for labor due to regulations of starting a company.
If the country was free then you could start your own company and rival any company at any time you want. But because the corporations and state has allied themselves against the people, we dont have capitalism, we have corporatism. Huge change and I cant believe this channel cant grasp such a basic concept. 

End of rebuttal, and a few statements of my own.

What you are describing is a free system called capitalism that has been regulated by the state for the benefit of the few at the expense of the masses.

Capitalism is a system based on the free choice that all people have a born right to have. To limit people, like the state does on a daily basis is unmoral, and they have corrupted all systems in USA to also be unmoral.
The base philosophy of Capitalism could not be more equal, fair, just and free. That is because you have no rules, witch means that all free people can make whatever choice they want, who they want to hire, where they want to work and live aso.
To put restrictions on this is to force people to make certain choices and that is deeply immoral. 

Im mostly sad for this channel, I have been watching this for some time now and I thought that they actually did their research, but this obvious wrong statements from them made me question their research on all other topics they have covered..

Wage slavery.
Wage slavery is where a state forces certain restrictions and certifications on the people, granting who they want to create companies and how you can make money.
You have the dilution of freedom because you can apply to many different jobs and move around, but by this system you are always forced to take a job that the state has approved, meaning you are not really free at all.
It is speculated that slavery was shut down to accommodate this system because workers produced so much more with the illusion of freedom then in chains.
You will see this illusion break down as time goes on because the system is already set up and all the worlds countries depends on this system, so to change it now is impossible.
Only by bypassing it can we be free, bitcoin is a good start, but when the dollar fails, I hope people makes the right choice this time. 
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Since this is true "No mind - no matter how powerful - could ever honestly claim to be free from deception, or unknown unknowns."

I would not do as the others have suggested, to create the world and guide the people by good actions, contrary to fear as current god figures does.

I would create a world where my creations are as powerful as me, giving everyone the same power and knowledge.
Removing the possibility of anyone becoming more powerful than anyone else, as such removing the the problem in its roots.

What happens after is up to each and every individual, and not a leader. 
Freedom above all else. 
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Hmm grymmt, måste få tag på fiber husk bara
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Det hittar du i din vanliga mataffär! Vanligt att det står på hyllan med glutenfria varor. Lycka till! / Texie
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Lyrics: (Im swe, so dont hate me for fucking up)



Oh babe i got to say
I learned the hard way with you
Your words like books had me hooked like summer time
Coocking on my mind all the way thorught
I guess I held on to tight
I broke my fingers on your floor, that aintit
I lost my faith in my own breath
Who kno that love could fel this way

Its not your consern
All I reallly leanred
Is all ur rounds of roundabout
Oh man they burb me out

You say that god knows way
But Im standing in the dark
I soaked you you yupp your own me out here on the line 
Messing with my time in apart

Its not your consern
All I reallly leanred
Is all ur rounds of roundabout
Oh man they burb me out

It dont feel good this goodbye would 
bye and bye will go
aahhh

I wount put it on you
I will waila cause us truble to burn
I wana look back at you in anger no i wount
even if you do the same or if you dont

Its not your consern
All I reallly leanred
Is all ur rounds of roundabout
Oh man they burb me out
They just burn
Burn me out
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that is excellent editing m8
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I could not hear a single word she said.
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So let me get this strait you not only suggest training legs only once a week, but also recommend 8 sets of 8 with 30 sec rest and 5 exercises in this manner?

Quick tip for people watching this that might have figured out by now that this is a huge waste of time.
Training legs once a week is really low, you are missing atleast one more leg day of gains from training this brosplit way. Some train legs every day, some train 2-3 times, but only people who want to postpone their gains with 5 years trains once a week.

8 sets of 8 reps 5 exercises 30 sec rest.
30 sec rest doesnt give you enough rest to push a weight that is going to stimulate growth in a efficient manner. Meaning, if you only rest 30 sec, you are forcing yourself to use a weight that is so low that you are almost only doing cardio.
8 sets of 8 reps on a exercise is an waste of time. Every single study on muscle growth shows that the first set produces 70-80% of growth, set 2 and 3 produce 80-90% and the rest is that last 10%. This means that doing over 3 sets of 8-12 reps is a huge waste of time and energy, energy could be spent on more exercises to target different muscles in the legs, time could be spent doing another leg day that week. This is essential.

5 exercises seem good enough, generally you would aim to start with a overall compound, like a squat or frontsquat, then you specialize on hamstrings with leg curls, quads with leg press, glutes with hip thrusters and calves with seated and/or standing calf press.

Lunges on the other hand is useless after squats, they do the same thing. If you are training for a sport that requires mobility, like football or tennis, then single leg movements are important, for coordination and symmetrical development, but not in bodybuilding.

Listen guys and gals, there are several actual coaches out here on youtube, 3D muscle journey for example, give them a listen and wake up in 1 year laughing at the shit you thought was real today.
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Do this, and you won't be able to walk properly for a week, so doing more than one workout for legs a week becomes very difficult to do. Also, if you are good to do another leg workout in a few more days, then you really didn't go hard for this workout. Regards
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After further analysis Im beginning to think that a wider grip would benefit you a lot.
But you may be benching that narrow due to shoulder issues so keep doing what your doing if that is the case
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