Profile of Socrastein
Guestbook: View or sign guestbook (0)
Location: A desolate sea of bollocks
Occupation: Strength Coach
Interests: philosophy, biology, physics, exercise science, nutrition, rock climbing, computers, parkour, martial arts
Biography: Weight lifting atheist philosopher.
Socrastein's Membership Status
Last seen: Oct 6, 2015 - 5:41 AM
Registration Date: Jan 28, 2004
Topics Submitted: 45 topics
Total Posts: 155 (0 per day)
Replies Received: 126
Total Time Online: 8 days, 13 hours and 0 minutes
Most recent topics:
- Bridging the Mindless/Mind Gap
- Do humans need government?
- Splitting Audio Output
- Myths meet their Match
- Honesty vs Hurting Someone - Need Advice
Most recent posts:
- I think that our social interactions at a young age are absolutely integral to us developing self-awareness in any meaningful sense. I think that se...
- What's the specific bioethics topic to be discussed? Depending on the topic I may be interested in participating. As of now it is a mystery having...
- OhayKikkod I'd be willing to debate with you on whether the 2nd amendment ought to remain as is or be changed. Caldwell can you give any mor...
- Finally got a hold of a digital camera, and went wild with it.
- Well I'm swooning for him, but I'm not sure if that counts.
Most recent shouts:
- Socrastein [Dec 16, 2012 - 5:55 AM]: Oh wow. Just checked out that link SIR2U. Hypothesis I think I want to shake your hand but I also feel wrong about that. Hilarious? Yes. Heartless? Yes.
- Socrastein [Mar 3, 2012 - 1:18 AM]: Prox said it best: to be a soldier is to be a tool.
- Socrastein [Feb 19, 2012 - 3:06 PM]: Sapientia is right Yahadreas, 45 is normal if your other fingers are fully flexed and your wrist is neutral. That's why you have to cock your wrist to throw a good finger with fully flexed fingers (save the middle of course).
- Socrastein [Feb 19, 2012 - 2:51 PM]: Indeed, trigger points are defined as permanently contracted fibers in a muscle so that's the most likely issue when someone describes tension that won't seem to release. If your therapist is good, definitely go see them.
- Socrastein [Feb 19, 2012 - 2:45 PM]: Don't be too scared. If you've ever had your hamstring cramp up and had trouble extending your leg, it's no more or less serious than that 90%+ of the time.