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srrono
03-30-2014, 11:20 AM
http://www.csnhouston.com/texans/video-cushing-looks-strong-during-workout

Malloy
03-30-2014, 11:25 AM
oooh and wow... then by game 7.. SNAP...


Sry, could not resist it ;)

Showtime100
03-30-2014, 11:57 AM
I clicked the site but that was it. So Cushing posts himself working out once a week. I guess the guy needs attention? Strange.

Pollardized
03-30-2014, 12:16 PM
I just went back and watched both of the injury videos and I can say this:

I have never used steroids, I don't work out every day, I have drank a lot of beer in my life, eaten a lot of red meat and fried foods, do not sleep in some weirdass chamber like Cushing does, and if I were hit like he was in either of those videos I would likely never walk right again, much less play football and do the things he does. He gets much respect from me for his dedication to his trade and desire to come back from injuries that I see as totally not his fault in any way.

The Pencil Neck
03-30-2014, 01:27 PM
I clicked the site but that was it. So Cushing posts himself working out once a week. I guess the guy needs attention? Strange.

I've been a regular on a lot of weight-training boards over the years and this is kinda common practice with a lot of guys. Lots of guys post their thoughts after each workout and discuss the thought processes in how they put things together. In some forums, you can get a lot of great feedback and discussion.

kiwitexansfan
03-30-2014, 01:29 PM
He looks much more human sized than he did when he was 'overtraining'.

You do have to respect the work ethic on him though.

IDEXAN
03-30-2014, 02:30 PM
I clicked the site but that was it. So Cushing posts himself working out once a week. I guess the guy needs attention? Strange.
Lot of these guys who work out do need lots of attention, and often from themselves. For example, when I go to 24/7 to work out and I go to grab some weights to do a set, there's often somebody standing right in front of the big mirror where the weights are stored, intently watching themselves while they are doing maybe some curls, so consequently they are blocking access for me and others who just want to grab some weights, do something, and go on to the next stop in the gym. I'm often so tempted to say something like, "why don't you just go home and look at yourself in the bathroom mirror ?", but realize my
question wouldn't be too well received, so I say nothing.

Showtime100
03-30-2014, 02:40 PM
I've been a regular on a lot of weight-training boards over the years and this is kinda common practice with a lot of guys. Lots of guys post their thoughts after each workout and discuss the thought processes in how they put things together. In some forums, you can get a lot of great feedback and discussion.

Very good point, PN. I hadn't thought of that.

Lot of these guys who work out do need lots of attention, and often from themselves. For example, when I go to 24/7 to work out and I go to grab some weights to do a set, there's often somebody standing right in front of the big mirror where the weights are stored, intently watching themselves while they are doing maybe some curls, so consequently they are blocking access for me and others who just want to grab some weights, do something, and go on to the next stop in the gym. I'm often so tempted to say something like, "why don't you just go home and look at yourself in the bathroom mirror ?", but realize my
question wouldn't be too well received, so I say nothing.

Those guys went to my gym too...lol.

corytx8
03-30-2014, 06:13 PM
A lot of times I like to look at my myself if I'm working because I like to see my form, but that is about it. I can live without seeing myself though.

kiwitexansfan
03-30-2014, 06:23 PM
A lot of times I like to look at my myself if I'm working because I like to see my form, but that is about it. I can live without seeing myself though.

This is true.

Watching yourself can help you keep stricter form.

The Pencil Neck
03-30-2014, 06:31 PM
And watching yourself as you're doing certain exercises can help you recruit specific muscles.

BUT.

That's not what IDEXAN was talking about. There are lots of guys (and girls) who get into a narcissitic sort of feedback loop at the gym. Generally bodybuilder types.

In my gyms, I like to have mirrors around me so I can verify things like form and depth. I've never missed a squat in competition because I cut it shallow, I've only ever gone TOO deep and then not been able to get out of the hole. Sometimes you can see yourself favoring one side or the other even though you don't feel like you're doing it. Seeing your form in those situations can help make sure you keep things balanced.

But that's a totally different sort of thing.

TheMatrix31
03-30-2014, 06:38 PM
Yeah let's hope no dirty piece of crap goes low to his knees again for the third straight year.

NastyNate
03-30-2014, 07:21 PM
Yeah let's hope no dirty piece of crap goes low to his knees again for the third straight year.

It was just one of those fluke plays. Is Swearinger a dirty piece of crap for what he did to Keller?

Showtime100
03-30-2014, 07:26 PM
It was just one of those fluke plays. Is Swearinger a dirty piece of crap for what he did to Keller?

You know, I wish I could answer that intelligently. I know the hit you are talking about, but right now I can't conjure up the replay in my head. I do, however, remember getting annoyed when one of the Austin sportscasters showed the clip saying, "Swearinger chose to take his knee out" (they don't like the Texans). Other than that I can't bring it up on my brain's monitor...lol.

infantrycak
03-30-2014, 07:40 PM
It was just one of those fluke plays. Is Swearinger a dirty piece of crap for what he did to Keller?

A lot of people thought he was.

But to answer directly, there are two hits in the discussion on Cushing. One was clearly dirty and was fined by the NFL. The other was unnecessarily low but legal - draw your own conclusion.

kiwitexansfan
03-30-2014, 08:11 PM
Swearinger is a bit nasty, I think he looks to hurt people, but doubt he wants to injure people.

TexanSam
03-30-2014, 10:15 PM
Swearinger is a bit nasty, I think he looks to hurt people, but doubt he wants to injure people.

Now he just needs to learn to do more than just tackle. Covering the opposing receivers would be first on my list.

JCTexan
03-30-2014, 10:27 PM
It was just one of those fluke plays. Is Swearinger a dirty piece of crap for what he did to Keller?

Perhaps, but Swearinger was taught to go low from multiple penalties in college and the NFL. If you start getting into the guys wallet eventually he's going to start going low. Even if it has dangerous ramifications to the opposing player.

Txn_in_FL
03-30-2014, 10:39 PM
Lot of these guys who work out do need lots of attention, and often from themselves. For example, when I go to 24/7 to work out and I go to grab some weights to do a set, there's often somebody standing right in front of the big mirror where the weights are stored, intently watching themselves while they are doing maybe some curls, so consequently they are blocking access for me and others who just want to grab some weights, do something, and go on to the next stop in the gym. I'm often so tempted to say something like, "why don't you just go home and look at yourself in the bathroom mirror ?", but realize my
question wouldn't be too well received, so I say nothing.

You could just go to a judgement-free zone like Planet Fitness. I don't think you'll have to worry about anyone there taking things too seriously, AND you can get free pizza and bagels.

It works both ways, you have the people that are serious about what they are doing in there, and others on their phones texting or playing Flappy Bird rather than workout. Or curling in the squat... for the love of all that is good on this Earth, don't be a douche and curl in the squat rack.

dc_txtech
03-30-2014, 10:41 PM
A lot of people thought he was.

But to answer directly, there are two hits in the discussion on Cushing. One was clearly dirty and was fined by the NFL. The other was unnecessarily low but legal - draw your own conclusion.

Definitely draw your own conclusion on the most recent injury but I don't fault Charles for going low. He was giving up a lot of weight and Cushing had a couple of extra steps to accelerate. If Charles goes too high he risks getting blown up himself and a hit on his QB.

The Pencil Neck
03-30-2014, 10:54 PM
Or curling in the squat... for the love of all that is good on this Earth, don't be a douche and curl in the squat rack.

do not EVEN go there.

:kubepalm:

:wadepalm:

:toropalm:

dc_txtech
03-30-2014, 10:56 PM
Or curling in the squat... for the love of all that is good on this Earth, don't be a douche and curl in the squat rack.

You're not the boss of me!

TheMatrix31
03-31-2014, 01:21 AM
It was just one of those fluke plays. Is Swearinger a dirty piece of crap for what he did to Keller?

It was actually two of those fluke plays. In consecutive seasons.

The Pencil Neck
03-31-2014, 02:07 AM
It was actually two of those fluke plays. In consecutive seasons.

I didn't see the first one as a fluke play. I saw that as a calculated attempt to put an end to someone's season.

HOU-TEX
03-31-2014, 09:55 AM
You could just go to a judgement-free zone like Planet Fitness. I don't think you'll have to worry about anyone there taking things too seriously, AND you can get free pizza and bagels.

It works both ways, you have the people that are serious about what they are doing in there, and others on their phones texting or playing Flappy Bird rather than workout. Or curling in the squat... for the love of all that is good on this Earth, don't be a douche and curl in the squat rack.

Or do bench/incline press on the Smith Machine.

The Pencil Neck
03-31-2014, 12:38 PM
Or do bench/incline press on the Smith Machine.

Or use a Smith Machine.

ObsiWan
03-31-2014, 01:17 PM
Or use a Smith Machine.
what have I told you folks about always including supporting graphics?

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-RBoG5tiHfcc/UFY4-sv5TVI/AAAAAAAACvo/gBJaULnlDLo/s400/19912189.jpg

HOU-TEX
03-31-2014, 02:52 PM
Or use a Smith Machine.

Ha, true. I used it for squats and 1 leg presses because I'm uncoordinated.

silvrhand
03-31-2014, 04:14 PM
I'm tired of see'ing workout videos with Cushing.. I want to see on the field performance.. not a gym rat..

Nitrofish
04-01-2014, 04:57 AM
I clicked the site but that was it. So Cushing posts himself working out once a week. I guess the guy needs attention? Strange.

Someone else already said it, but yea support, not narcissism.

Even the workout apps on my phone that keep track of steps, or reps, etc, post your accomplishments to FB if you let it, or to a group that owns the same app so you can challenge others to beat it, or encourage them to do more. I turned that off though, I dislike it when people post every waking second of their lives on FB more than I dislike Cushing work out videos.
:jogger: :cjeremy635:

I'm tired of see'ing workout videos with Cushing.. I want to see on the field performance.. not a gym rat..

Seems like forever before we even get to the draft let alone OTA's, and camp. I just hope Cushing starts out better than he did last season. It took him what seemed like an hour to get into the end zone after that spectacular INT of Rivers. He was really just rounding into shape when he was injured again.

Let's hope he's ready to go, and that these injuries do not shorten his career too much.

Playoffs
04-16-2014, 08:46 PM
Dave Zangaro ‏@DZangaro
Brian Cushing tweets he's been medically cleared: http://www.csnhouston.com/football-houston-texans/talk/cushing-tweets-hes-been-medically-cleared #Texans

Txn_in_FL
04-16-2014, 09:52 PM
Dave Zangaro ‏@DZangaro

YES!!!!!! More workout vids!!!

TEXANRED
04-20-2014, 12:16 PM
Cushing's got a bright future peddling late night infomercial workout videos. Now how about making it through a season helping the Texans win a Superbowl?