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Pulling Exercise Tutorial Vid


#1

Improve your pulling motions, as well as some barbell bicep curl tips.


#2

100 views, and I hope many of those views resulted in some benefit!


#3

Persuasive writing is my profession. Just a quick tip:

Start with your affirmative case, then work to the negative. In other words, start out showing people how to do something correctly, then move on to possible mistakes.

I did only watch the first 30 secs or so, so I'm not sure how often you did that. I'm going to be honest, I always click on your videos you post for a good laugh. Because I'm not sure whether you're a troll (c.f. your flexing at the beginning of this video, or the really basic recipes you make).

But you do seem to be trying to make helpful things, and kudos for that.


#4

Your pic has 'come at me bro' written all over it.
That's cool, I guess.


#5

Mirin voice. Very aesthetic.


#6

Great size. Look thick. Solid. Tight.

Keep us all posted with your progress and tutorials with more pics and vids. Show us what you got, man. Wanna see how huge, thick, solid and tight you can get.

Thanks for the motivation.


#7

Someone made a comment on my video that I have an Asian accent. I fail to hear it.......you?


#8

Good tips.

I'm not sure why flexing my back at the beginning of a back training video makes it troll-like. I understand that you don't like my videos, but many people do, and many people tell me that they benefit from them. They help more people than they hurt, so it is what it is.

And yes, my recipe videos help people too. I make simple recipes because I like simple recipes, as do others. People might not need to learn how to make my recipes, but the videos help remind them from time to time. They also help to spark new ideas for people who are very inexperienced in food prep. Again, they help more people than they hurt.

Thanks for watching my vids and posting in my threads,

Ryan


#9

Thanks, champ.


#10

Good vid, Ryan.


#11

Actually I do. Are you a Taiwanese expatriate by chance?


#12

"best_comment_do_you_juice?" >>the mods are jelly?

lol jk don't ban me


#13

Nothing of the sort. I'm a lifelong US citizen that has lived in Minnesota for 99% of my life. You must be mistaking the Minnesota accent for something else.

Interesting that you hear an asian accent though.


#14

O rly? I consider myself a bit of a language/accent hobbyist and there's no way that your East Taiwanese accent could come from a lifetime US resident. Why you choose to decieve on such a simple topic is beyond me. Have at it though.


#15

Some peoples' kids........


#16

Not sure what you mean...if you're in the Witness Protection Program or something and needed to create an elaborate identity to conceal yourself, I guess I understand, but as of now I'm totally puzzled as to why you're lying like this. Lifetime US resident? Really? You're not dealing with newbs here.


#17

I may not be dealing with a 'newb,' but I am dealing with a self proclaimed hobbyist, not an accredited specialist.

Lol at witness protection program..........as if I'd plaster my face on the internet if I was trying to hide from people. I'm enjoying these shenanigans btw, very fun discussion. Far from serious, but still worthwhile IMO.


#18

I am deathly serious. I don't understand why you think this is some type of joke. I don't know who you are. I don't know what you want. If you are looking for video views, I can tell you I already watched. What I do have are a very particular set of skills; skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for people like you. If you admit your background as a Taiwanese expat, that'll be the end of it. I will not look for you, I will not pursue you. But if you don't, I will look for you, I will find you, and I will expose you.


#19

Please respond.


#20

He gonna be your first big catch?