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  • Ladder Parkour

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:49 | Started by Nutta Pete on 01.08.10

    I tried some Pompakour on the weekend...it was AWESOME!!!!

    I had to get up on the roof to fix a small leak...so immediately there was DANGER all around...I could easily have slipped on the corrugated iron at any moment, and fallen 1 story below on to freshly cut grass!!!!!! Talk about adrenaline!!!!

    Not only that, but to add extra excitement, I got my wife to hold the ladder for me as I inched my way up on to the roof, and at one point, she let go with one of her hands to hand me up my hammer. I was halfway up the ladder...at least 3 feet off the ground!!! You can imagine how my heart was pounding when I saw her release her grip with one hand leaving only the four wooden chocks, rope supports and her other arm holding the ladder in place!!! Talk about having a heart attack!!!

    Anway, the parkour was really fun, I'd recommend it to anyone, all you really need is a ladder and a sense of adventure... More about Ladder Parkour

  • [REC] 2

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:49 | Started by Jonathan on 30.06.10

    Ok, I haven't seen the first one, but now I'm thinking about getting it out next time I hit the DVD store late on a Saturday night when I'm feeling like a good freak out... ;)

    "Quarantine" was awesome...and I LOVED 28 Days Later (a classic)...so the REC series should be right up my alley ;) More about [REC] 2

  • Top 10 Tips To Successful Teen Bodybuilding Part 1

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:49 | Started by Steff S on 04.05.10

    When I was a teenager, a couple of decades ago, I could have used this advice...especially the comments about avoiding one body part workouts. From the time I started doing weights until now, which is almost 20 years, I have always trained one or two maximum body parts per workout session. That is what I was taught to do by my friends who had been working out for a few more years than me, and that is the routine I fell into.

    So for the last 20-odd years I have ony really trained each body part once per week. At 17 years old I was 92kgs. Last year I got up to 125.5kgs, and was basically forced to adjust my routine to drop some weight and focus on conditioning rather than size. For the last 8 months I have been doing most body parts each workout session, three times per week as well as cardio work, and I have dropped back down to 116kgs...and still dropping. I have still maintained my muscle mass, but am seeing the layers of fat drop off. I am left wondering why I didn't change my workout style years ago.

    So...I fully back the advice to teenagers and anyone else who is stuck in the routine of one body part workouts to focus on a full body part workout...it really works. More about Top 10 Tips To Successful Teen Bodybuilding Part 1

  • Interview with Vince Vaughn

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:49 | Started by alpha1cowboy on 12.02.10

    Vince Vaughan plays the role of abused/downtrodden husband/boyfriend really well...he seems to be pefectly cast in that type of situation and his angst about things is always believable and hilarious...comedy gold! I loved him in The Break-up with Jennifer Anniston...which has similarities to his role in Couples Retreat. The picture in the article showing the yoga instructor's "moves" says it all...can't wait to see this movie!!!! More about Interview with Vince Vaughn

  • Michael Jackson's This Is It

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:49 | Started by Millie on 03.11.09

    WHAT? Wait a minute...Michael Jackson is dead????? More about Michael Jackson's This Is It

  • Interview with Johnny Depp

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:49 | Started by Jason on 17.11.09

    They should make a movie combining all of his previous roles....it could be called "Pirates with Scissorhands: Return to Sleepy Hollow"... More about Interview with Johnny Depp

  • The Simple, Ridiculously Useful Guide to Earning a Living from Your Passion

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:49 | Started by Moose Mahon on 23.11.09

    I am about to start my own business, and this all makes a lot of sense. I hadn't thought too much about diversifying my "income streams"...but I have now started thinkig about ways to do this within the business..and there seems to be scope for widening the core service to customers that I had first thought about. I won't say what my business idea is right now until it's up and running, but look out for something new and exciting in the residential/home services market in Auckland in the near future... More about The Simple, Ridiculously Useful Guide to Earning a Living from Your Passion

  • GetFrank's Exclusive Interview with Christoph Waltz

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:49 | Started by Topher T on 10.12.09

    During the opening scene of Inglourious Basterds he delivers possibly the best monologue I have ever witnessed in film...no wonder he won the top award at Cannes for Best Interpretation...his speech and mannerisms were so chilling and you knew where it was all leading to, yet so engaging and captivating that you couldn't take your eyes and ears off him. Needless to say I dribbled my icecream all down the front of my shirt as I sat mesmerized in the theatre.... More about GetFrank's Exclusive Interview with Christoph Waltz

  • A million dollar minute

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:49 | Started by New Member on 16.12.09

    I'm thinking of creating a super-connected system of communication where users can connect to eachother via their computers and have access to boundless resources of information, all at the click of a button.

    I haven't come up with a final name for it yet, but I'm thinking of calling it the "Internet".

    I reckon I could make millions. More about A million dollar minute

  • Three Guys at the Edge of the World

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:49 | Started by Marty on 20.09.09

    I know that Kiwis can do anything witha piece of number 8 wire....but I personally find that number 7 wire provides just a little extra flexibility and is also a little cheaper. More about Three Guys at the Edge of the World

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