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I'm passionate about coding and researching the history of technology as well as exploring where technology is leading.

I used to work in flight simulation doing both hardware implementation (electrical design, wiring), web development (design, development, webmaster), as well as software development (desktop development in C#).

I'm a big fan of both using and contributing to Open source projects.

I am the creator of the pypreprocessor library that can be found on PYPI as well as Google code.


Aug
13
revised Why do sprinters have muscular arms?
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Aug
13
answered What is causing a bad/strange reaction about 1 to 3 minutes after finishing my runs
Aug
13
answered Why do sprinters have muscular arms?
Aug
2
awarded  Nice Answer
May
29
comment What is the best pre-workout supplement for long distance running?
+1 to 'I would look to actual food for a pre-workout supplement'. You need lots of stored energy to sustain prolonged activity. Otherwise, you'll hit 'the wall'. Personally, I suggest spaghetti the night before so the energy will be readily available when you wake up.
May
29
comment Am I taking too many vitamins and supplements?
-1 Your body only gets rid of the extra if the vitamin is water soluble. Fat soluble vitamins OTOH are accumulated in your body's tissue and don't get flushed if you take too much the same way that water soluble vitamins do. Google 'hypervitaminosis'.
May
29
comment Is it normal when starting squats to not have flexible enough ankles?
You could be flatfooted, or may have a slight muscle imbalance caused by the shoes you wear.
May
29
answered What is the most natural form of Vitamin D supplementation?
Apr
2
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
17
awarded  Yearling
Feb
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
24
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
10
comment Is “Why We Get Fat: And What to Do About It” thesis correct?
@Joe lol... Actually, no. I was just responding directly to the passage the OP quoted. Maybe I'll check it out to see if I could learn something new.
Sep
1
comment Strengthening neck and shoulders to hold weight on my head
+1 for headstands. Wearing a helmet makes it more comfortable to do for longer periods of time. Kinda like what BBoys use while practicing headspins. While on your head you can also do cor strengthening exercises using your legs.
Aug
12
comment How to maximize mitochondrial biogenesis?
+1 Great answer. I wonder how an increase in mitochondria mass relates to the increase in anaerobic threshold you get from high intensity anaerobic workouts. I know that blood lactate saturation is an indicator that whatever byproducts of work that cause fatigue are building up faster than they can be processed. Could mitochondrial mass be used as a deciding factor to determine fatigue resistance while doing anaerobic work? Or, is it just one small piece to the greater physiological puzzle.
Aug
10
comment Tips to lose fat without running, jogging etc (have bad knee)
@Berin I only mentioned thermodynamics to try to bring the comments back on topic (since that's what this answer is really addressing). I think you're confusing BMR with caloric expenditure. BMR is energy used when you're in a resting state (lying down doing absolutely nothing). To say your calorie deficit increased even when you were doing absolutely nothing active just because you had more muscle mass is a pretty controversial statement. I'm not saying it isn't plausible, I'd just like to see factual proof (not anecdotal).
Jul
28
comment How magical is Grapefruit Juice?
@JoJo Ouch!!!!!
Jul
22
comment Why is it important to recuperate between workouts?
The importance of recovery has already been largely addressed in this question fitness.stackexchange.com/q/96/501.
Jul
21
comment Constantly feeling tired despite sufficient sleep and regular exercises.
+1 Insufficient recover (overtraining) after exercise could definitely be the cause. Be sure to check out fitness.stackexchange.com/q/96/501 for a more detailed synopsis on recovery.