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  1. I was just going to make a comment about someone who shall remain unnamed thinking that the Braes were in the North of Falkirk because the were up a hill
  2. Me and my OH have been together just over four years, and he's only just moved in. Going well so far, but I'll get back to you in a week To the OP: I would say, like others, if you're having to ask other people then it's quite clear you don't feel ready. If you were ready it would just feel right. Cliche perhaps, but it's not a good idea to move in together too soon. It doesn't necessarily mean the relationship's not going anywhere, I don't agree with the people who've said that. You maybe just need a while to get to know each other's annoying habits before you're stuck with them every single day. You need to know exactly what to expect from each other, otherwise you're doomed to failure.
  3. I'd say roughly 3/10, and I'm a girl. I wouldn't say it was painless, but it was more of a discomfort than actual pain, especially since mines was near a bone. The vibrations on my hip were the most uncomfortable thing, the rest just felt scratchy. I agree with the addiction thing, if they weren't so bloody expensive I'd probably have a million by now.
  4. Level 10 Shuttle 1 should be about 47 VO2 max (the volume of oxygen you can consume while exercising at your maximum capacity) which is what it's actually measuring in relation to your fitness. Go to http://phoenixmartialarts.tripod.com/id19.html to check the level you want to be at for your age, fitness level, etc. Might give you something to work towards. However, just make sure you're actually running the correct distance measured out or you will be getting inaccurate results. I wouldn't necessarily use the bleep test as part of your programme, it's great for fitness obviously, but it's probably more effective used as an every-so-often measurement of your progress. If you use it too often you might become disengaged and lose your performance. It's hella boring.
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