Mike with his game face on before FGB III.
100 push ups
100 sit ups
50 push ups
50 sit ups
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Afterward, Strict Press working up to max single.
1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1
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Research team discovers brain pathway responsible for obesity
. . . The research stems from recent explorations into the problem called metabolic inflammation, a by-product of too much food or energy consumption. Unlike the classical inflammation typically observed in infections, injuries and diseases such as cancer, the metabolic inflammation seen in obesity-related diseases is much milder, doesn’t lead to overt symptoms or cause tissues damage.
“Metabolic inflammation is a chronic, low-grade condition consisting of inflammatory-like responses at the molecular level. It has many downstream consequences,” says Cai. “It causes cellular dysfunction, which can decrease the regulation of several physiological processes, including metabolism.” . . .
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