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  1. Zodd
    12-20-2013 02:17 PM
    Zodd
    Yeah, I was working on that owl shortly after I was reading your blog and I don't really like keeping these things myself for some reason but thought it would be a cool thing to receive from "someone from the internet". Think I'm gonna make more stuff like that owl, but different animals or something and send them to people from INTJf. Next up is a Moray Eel head, I think.

  2. Zodd
    12-20-2013 02:04 PM
    Zodd commented on Thoughts of the loony owl
    Already have pics of it. Last week I found out that the clay that gives it its color wears off, though. So in a month it will look totally white.
  3. Artio
    12-20-2013 11:28 AM
    Artio commented on who would you date on INTJF?
    awwuh
  4. Zodd
    11-03-2013 06:40 AM
    Zodd
    Also, cat/camel exercise is good for viscosity (it's not a stretch exercise).http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hipHP1qd_tA
    And "flossing" the nerves around the spine can help also if you experience pain (pain that just comes from the nerves or something, I forgot).
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzF9FAJ1LdA
  5. Zodd
    11-03-2013 06:25 AM
    Zodd
    * Squatting isn't always the best way to go. Just in general. But when you want to pick a pen from the floor it is much better to use a golfswing. http://www.integrativepersonaltraini...ft-golfers.jpg

    *Range Of Motion (flexibility) is a very bad indicator of spine health and back pain. Pretty much the only reason to train it (by flexing) is if it is needed for your job or if you're an athlete.

    *Muscle endurance, not strength, is a better indicator of spine health. So it's better to train for endurance than for strength.

    *During sleep your spine fills up with fluids (for nutrition/recovery stuff). This actually causes the spine to be more vulnerable after standing up from bed. So they recommend no bending the spine (like tying your shoes with a round back) 1-2 hours after standing up in the morning. I myself leave my shoes untied and just push my feet in my shoes. But you could also just be really carefull, I guess. And also being extra wary of other bending of the spine movements in the morning.

    *Best muscle endurance exercises, that help the most people are these and some variations on them. http://foundation-chiro.blogspot.nl/...big-three.html

    *Sit-ups are bad.

    *Good posture in a chair is admirable yes. But what is even more important is that you don't constantly sit in the same way and cause stress on the same tissue for the whole period you sit. It's best if you sit in multiple positions and adjust your chair every now and then. Like every 10 mins switch something up. Also every 20 mins, or atleast every hour, you should stand up and reach your arms to the sky and like... uhmm you know, like when you wake up and yawn. Being smart about this helps, cuz it's annoying when you need to do that all the time, so smart would be if you're on the phone to do that standing, or just when you're thinking about how to paint a card. Cuz you don't need to have your hands on your desk/computer for that while.

    *Common knowledge about the spine is mostly misinterpretation about the first edition of this book that I'm talking about. Professionals also often are still quite wrong and do retarded things. A lot because of the way that spine health often is more aproached for lawsuits, insurances, welfare, big companies, instead of an aproach for health or scientific knowledge. But also too much is crossed over from athletes to normal people. If your doctor doesn't know what is wrong with your back then they probably just don't have enough knowledge/money/tools/skill to treat you but you probably can be treated.

    *This is all generally ofcourse and I dunno what is wrong with your back.

    *Oh, and the book is Low Back Disorders from Stuart McGill. http://www.amazon.com/Low-Back-Disor.../dp/0736066926
  6. Zodd
    11-03-2013 04:19 AM
    Zodd
    k. I just read a book about spine health. Want to hear some general tips that most people don't know?
  7. Zodd
    11-03-2013 03:44 AM
    Zodd commented on Thoughts of the loony owl
    What's wrong with your back?
  8. INTJane
  9. plotthickens
    09-04-2013 09:55 PM
    plotthickens
    You are a marvelous resource. Thank you!
  10. Artio
    09-02-2013 10:23 AM
    Artio commented on Thoughts of the loony owl
    Added.
  11. JackCY
  12. bobabrowncoat
    06-28-2013 10:58 AM
    bobabrowncoat commented on Hide thy claws within thy mittens, vol. 2
    Before you start photoshopping scanned images, you should probably calibrate your monitor. Calibrize.com is a free program that will do it for you.
  13. JackCY
    04-09-2013 07:57 PM
    JackCY commented on Hide thy claws within thy mittens, vol. 2
    thanks
  14. yoginimama
    03-20-2013 04:22 PM
    yoginimama commented on Cooper's Mind (or what's left) II
    "din din" is a pet name/baby-talk name for "dinner."
  15. WoodsWoman
    03-19-2013 08:04 PM
    WoodsWoman commented on Cooper's Mind (or what's left) II
    Dinner.
  16. Artio
    03-12-2013 05:06 PM
    Artio commented on Hide thy claws within thy mittens, vol. 2
    Yes, we are.
  17. Cooper
    03-03-2013 09:45 AM
    Cooper
    I am starting to question my sanity, however.
  18. Looksupordown
    12-31-2012 12:26 AM
    Looksupordown commented on Best Compliments Ever...
    That's a great one!
  19. Artio
    12-22-2012 01:55 PM
    Artio
    Click the image to open in full size.
  20. The Frozen One
    The Vivacious One (Artio) Referring to "lively". I pretty much dubbed her that when I first came to INTJF because of her playful demeanor.

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