Arnold worked out six days a week back in the day because he could still make or maintain gains. Obviously when this was said “Train no more than 4 days per week.” it was targeted at “individuals who have a hard time gaining weight”. You don’t workout as much if you can’t gain weight. You need to burn less calories or eat more to gain weight while working out. Obviously you cannot workout 6 days a week and gain weight if you’re burning too many calories or not eating enough. Therefor, workout less days to gain weight because you’re not as awesome as Arnold.
Neil Boyd, a criminology professor at Simon Fraser University, concludes in a new study financed by Sensible BC that the annual police- and court-related costs of enforcing marijuana possession in . alone is “reasonably and conservatively” estimated at $ million per year. has the highest police-reported rate of cannabis offences of any province, and rising: 19,400 in 2011. Of those, almost 16,600 were for possession, leading to almost 3,800 charges, double the number in 2005. As arrests increase, Boyd estimates costs will hit $ million within five years. Added to that will be the cost of jailing people under new mandatory minimum sentences included in the Safe Streets and Communities Act.
You’re out for a meal and you kindly ask that your companion pass you the water/a napkin/the olives on the table, etc. They hand it to you and you outstretch your arm, but it’s bent because your elbow is now so swollen that you can no longer straighten your arm. So there you sit, with your bent arm, looking like a princess who simply refuses to stretch far enough to accept the item being passed to you. Your companion looks at you as if you’re being lazy and unappreciative, and you have to quickly come up with a reason for not reaching far enough. Not wanting to explain your personal health situation, especially if this is a business meal, you not-so-quickly try and rise from your seat to leverage your entire body over the table in order to reach for the water, and you do so with both hands because your wrists hurt so much that there’s no way you can simply hold the item.