About SereneProdigy

Welcome to my domain!

Whatever brought you here, I hope that my profile will help you to know me a little better. Don't mind the mess and enjoy your visit...

I'm a heterosexual male aged 33, proud and sexy. I have a reflective personality and I'm often perceived as calm and reserved, and many think it contradicts my pleasant appearance. I'm also solitary by nature, and let sexual encounters happen rather than pursue them fiercely. Hence my profile name, SereneProdigy. I am a romantic at heart, both in my relationships and in my outlook on life. I like to observe, analyze and contemplate the world, committing my thoughts to passion. Don't let your first impressions fool you however, I've also been known to be quite eccentric and dissident.

I have an intense sexual drive, yet my fantasies and preferences are rather standard. I love passionate sensual sex, but also like to add kinky deviances here and there for a sensation of surprise and naughtiness. One of my fetishes is cum, which I developed because I can spurt large amounts of it. I thoroughly enjoy the sight of a beautiful lady covered in cum.

I'm here primarily to share experiences and opinions on the forums, as I love to learn about new ways to pleasure my partners and how others enjoy their sexuality. I might also give a try to story writing if I find both time and inspiration. I don't mind making friends here, especially females, but I'm in a committed relationship and won't be sharing any sexual desires with you.

One thing I can't tolerate is dishonesty, which implies anything related to faking your gender, age or profile pictures. I'm a keen person and will see through it quite easily, so don't waste your time. Everything presented on my profile is 100% accurate, and I expect the same from you.

"And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music."

- Friedrich Nietzsche

Email: SereneProdigyLush@gmail.com

Relationship Status:
In a Relationship
Among others:
- Sex
- Fitness
- Nutrition
- Science
- Psychology
- Philosophy
- Music
- Guitar
- Chess
- Cars
- Video Games
- Digital Editing
Favorite Books:
Anything factual or encyclopedic
Favorite Authors:
Among others:
- Friedrich Nietzsche
- Albert Camus
- Alexandre Dumas
- J.R.R. Tolkien
Favorite Movies:
Among others:
- The Big Lebowski
- No Country for Old Men
- Mary and Max
- Watchmen
- Unthinkable
- Traitor
- Se7en
- The Usual Suspects
- L.A. Confidential
- Ronin
- American Psycho
- Get the Gringo
- Limitless
- Citizen Kane
- Full Metal Jacket
- Midnight Cowboy
- Being Flynn
- That's What I Am
- 500 Days of Summer
- Life of Pi
Favorite Music:
Among others:
- Bad Religion
- Fugazi
- The Pixies
- Sebadoh
- Fu Manchu
- Kyuss
- Pink Floyd
- The Beatles
- Jimi Hendrix
- Led Zeppelin
- Deep Purple
- The Doors
- Cream
- King Crimson
- Jethro Tull
- Neil Young
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Topic: Posting on 8/30, recorded as 8/1?
Posted: 30 Aug 2015 20:30

Yes, I noticed the same thing exactly: every post created in the early evening seems to present the exact same problem.

I really don't know what caused this, but I'm almost certain that it has something to do with the recent outage too.

Luckily, everything seems to be working fine now. If you want to bring a specific thread back to page 1, you could simply post a new reply in it.

(PS: Sorry for taking a month to reply, haha.)

Topic: Bodybuilding (Tips, Tricks & Info)
Posted: 30 Aug 2015 19:44

A recent article I read was interesting regarding when you should drink your protein. When is the best time to drink protein

There are other articles out there that will tell you to drink after a workout, others say you should drink 30 g within 30 min of waking up, so .... You be the judge.

A lot of those myths regarding 'nutrient timing' have been debunked in the last couple of years. Many myths such as:

- The human body can only process 30g of proteins every 3 hours
- You should ingest a considerable amount of proteins in the morning to switch from a catabolic state to an anabolic one
- You imperatively should ingest proteins post-workout to feed your muscles
- Eating before bedtime will inevitably provoke fat gains

I used to follow some of those myths myself in the past, but recent studies have repeatedly proven that 'nutrient timing' mostly is a superstitious notion.

You can read a few articles written by Alan Aragon if you're interested in the topic. That guy has degrees in nutrition, trained many pro-athletes and is a very respected figure in the world of bodybuidling.

He actually participates in the Bodybuilding.com forums on occasion (I even interacted with him myself a few times). Here's a thread that he created in the Nutrition section, which was stickied:

Alan Aragon ] Hierarchy of Importance

When speaking of nutrition for improving body composition or training performance, it's crucial to realize there's an underlying hierarchy of importance. At the top of the hierarchy is total amount of the macronutrients by the end of the day. Distantly below that is the precise timing of those nutrients. With very few exceptions, athletes and active individuals eat multiple times per day. Thus, the majority of their day is spent in the postprandial (fed) rather than a post-absorptive (fasted) state. The vast majority of nutrient timing studies have been done on overnight-fasted subjects put through glycogen depletion protocols, which obviously limits the applicability of the outcomes. Pre-exercise (and/or during-exercise) nutrient intake often has a lingering carry-over effect into the post-exercise period. Throughout the day, there's a constant overlap of meal digestion & nutrient absorption. For this reason, the effectiveness of nutrient timing does not require a high degree of precision.

The Primary Laws of Nutrient Timing

The First Law of Nutrient Timing is: hitting your daily macronutrient targets is FAR more important than nutrient timing.
The Second Law of Nutrient Timing is: hitting your daily macronutrient targets is FAR more important than nutrient timing.

NOTE: Please do not misinterpret the above to mean that timing is irrelevant. On the contrary, it's very relevant. Timing just happens to have MUCH LESS impact on results than hitting your macro totals for the day. This doesn't diminish the fact that people need to individualize their meal timing so that it maximizes their training performance (& does not hinder it). The latter manipulations vary widely, because people have different training protocols, goals, and tolerances. For example, some people experience their best training performance in an immediately fed state, while others do best in a semi-fasted or fasted state. Endurance athletes who neglect carbohydrate timing will not optimize their training capacity. Strength/power athletes with minimal endurance demands have much less of a concern for this. There's no way to 'universalize' a nutrient timing prescription that applies to everyone & all types of athletes. But to reiterate, macro totals for the day overshadow timing in terms of importance, especially for bodybuilding. If macro totals for the day are not hit, the most precisely neurotic timing of meals is all for sh!t.

You could also read this comprehensive scientific review that he wrote: http://www.jissn.com/content/10/1/5

I read it all myself a few years ago. I honestly don't remember much of it (and I didn't reread it recently), but I do remember that his arguments were pretty convincing. It might be worth checking out if you're still doubtful about his propositions presented above.

Personally, I monitor my daily macronutrients very closely (proteins, carbs, fat), but I really don't bother about nutrient timing (ie. the moment of the day when I eat my meals). I do repartition my proteins throughout the day to some extent, but that's mostly for the sake of convenience: I simply prefer eating small quantities of proteins here and there than having to eat an enormous piece of steak at 8pm in the evening.

Topic: Which "attainable" skills would you like to have?
Posted: 30 Aug 2015 18:58

Making my girlfriend squirt with only my fingers (and yes, this is a serious answer).

I could achieve that with a few other girls in the past, but my current girlfriend seemingly has a rather arduous g-spot.

Topic: Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted: 30 Aug 2015 18:24

Later that day, our valiant dark knight proves once again that Superman is no match against his own outstanding qualities...


Topic: What's Your Current Mood.
Posted: 30 Aug 2015 18:10

Surprisingly happy.

Topic: Bodybuilding (Tips, Tricks & Info)
Posted: 27 Aug 2015 18:32

I do quite a few of these dangerous exercises. But like, what's so dangerous about leg presses? Or using a smith machine for the squats, deadlifts and bench presses.

And to be honest kettlebell swings can be fucking dangerous. People let go of that shit, you can smack someone in the brain if you're not paying attention, you can tweak your lower back if you get one that's too heavy and you can smash your fucking nards too.

You should read the complete article:

In this article, I'm relying upon the following criteria to determine what I consider to be the safest way to train effectively:

• Practical evidence. What I've learned through twenty years of lifting in commercial gyms and athletic training facilities, things I've learned through the dozens of training partners I've had over the years, and things I've learned as a strength coach and personal trainer.

• Biomechanical rationale. What I've learned during my study of biomechanics, physics, and functional anatomy.

• Evidence in the literature. What I've learned through reading research pertaining to strength training related injuries.

Some lifts involve more risk than others. For example, nearly every seasoned lifter I know has incurred an acute injury from heavy squats, bench presses, and deadlifts. Yet I've never seen anyone injure themselves with inverted rows or sled pushes.

The study of Biomechanics can provide mathematical support for safest training practices. It's possible to use inverse dynamics and modeling to calculate joint moments and forces as well as loading on the individual muscles, tendons, and ligaments.

Though the research is scarce concerning heavy strength training, the calculations in the studies I've seen tend to jive with what experienced lifters already know. For example, the greater the trunk lean in a squat and the greater the lower back rounding in a deadlift, the greater the sheer loading on the spine.

Finally, studies have been undertaken to determine injury risk in various joints with experienced lifters. For example, behind the neck presses and upright rows have been shown to be more injurious to the shoulder joint than other shoulder exercises.

With this knowledge in mind, here are the exercises I believe should be avoided as well as the exercises that should be employed by lifters who are prone to injury.

The dangerous/safe exercises weren't selected according to the 'momentary' dangers; the author assumes that they're all performed with perfect form and by someone who controls the weight perfectly.

The list was mostly established according to biomechanics (ie. the forces that are applied on the joints/tendons in many different movements). A specific exercise might seem very safe and it might not hurt at all when you're performing it, but it can still be extremely likely to deteriorate your joints/tendons in the long run.

For example, I performed dips myself for many years (sometimes 2-3 times per week with 40 lbs attached to a belt). It never hurt and I never properly injured myself during a workout, but as I got a bit older (in my 30s) I definitely could feel pain arising in my shoulders, clavicles and sternum. I ditched dips from my workouts and luckily the pain disappeared almost entirely, but it's still very likely that I damaged my joints to a significant extent by performing that exercise so intensely for so many years.

That's the unfortunate thing about bodybuilding (and why you really should choose your exercises carefully): you don't feel any pain until a great deal of damage was done through many years of bad training. And sadly, once the damage is done it's rarely completely reversible either.

Topic: Bodybuilding (Tips, Tricks & Info)
Posted: 27 Aug 2015 18:00

Since about 2 years ago, I suffered from a few injuries and I've been very careful about the exercises I perform.

Here are a few exercises which I used to love but don't perform anymore:

Upright Rows:

Very interesting to develop the deltoids, but it's also considered one of the most dangerous exercises for shoulders.



Just as efficient as bench presses to train the pecs (and also very interesting for triceps), but since most of your weight is supported by the joints of your shoulders, it's also very likely to cause shoulder injuries in the long term.


Chin-ups and Barbell Curls:

These two exercises put your elbows in a very unnatural position, which is very likely to cause Golfer's Elbow (ie. tendonitis at the interior of the elbows).

https://upload.lushstories.com/735565816-chin-ups.png https://upload.lushstories.com/1321729486-Barbell_Curle.png


Topic: Bodybuilding (Tips, Tricks & Info)
Posted: 27 Aug 2015 17:40

Here's a great article I found a few years ago concerning dangerous/safe exercises: https://www.t-nation.com/training/exercises-for-injury-free-mass

Dangerous exercises:


Safe exercises:


Topic: Name a theme song for the avatar above yours.
Posted: 27 Aug 2015 16:47

(Fuck yeah! Kudos for choosing the version from Against the Grain.)


And I Love Her - The Beatles (1964)

I give her all my love
That's all I do
And if you saw my love
You'd love her too

I love her

She gives me everything
And tenderly
The kiss my lover brings
She brings to me

And I love her

A love like ours
Could never die
As long as I
Have you near me

Bright are the stars that shine
Dark is the sky
I know this love of mine
Will never die

And I love her

Bright are the stars that shine
Dark is the sky
I know this love of mine
Will never die

And I love her

Topic: Name a theme song for the avatar above yours.
Posted: 27 Aug 2015 16:19


Dumb - Nirvana (1993)

I'm not like them, but I can pretend
The sun is gone, but I have a light
The day is done, but I'm having fun
I think I'm dumb, or maybe just happy

My heart is broke, but I have some glue
Help me inhale, and mend it with you
We'll float around, and hang out on clouds
Then we'll come down, and have a hangover

Skin the sun, fall asleep
Wish away, the soul is cheap
Lesson learned, wish me luck
Soothe the burn, wake me up

I'm not like them, but I can pretend
The sun is gone, but I have a light
The day is done, but I'm having fun
I think I'm dumb, or maybe just happy

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Back Against the Wall

She knew what it was all about the moment she was pushed against that wall. There was obviously no turning back, neither for her nor the obscure figure that suddenly dissuaded her from any thoughts of escape. She was trapped in this profane alleyway, between a cold wall of glittering bricks and a dark silhouette steaming with burning desires. Snow was falling softly, light flakes melting...

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Desires Remain

Forever, together, we jittered, Under many constellations, obscured. Could my prospects remain always bright? Kings! Must they only vanquish without fight? Your air as pure as my quiet gaze, Or could dusky sight be telling lies? Under strange guise of lullabies, Refrains, impure, echoed my maze. Could you be hiding same corruption? Under thee Queen, vile jester trick? Never shall I...

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