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  1. A good (simplified) teaching point I used to use with clients when planking was to get into position and then try to curl your hip up towards your chest, really contracting your abs to get there and moving forward on your toes. Should help alleviate some lower back pains while planking. I have this now! I tried to play it on level 23 from the outset and found it more torture than fun, so will be lowering it and continuing, otherwise there'll be very limited fun had for me right now.
  2. I'm totally jealous of everyone who has this right now. That's all I have to say really.
  3. I played Archero for a short while back when I had an iPhone 6. It started stuttering too often and I had to get rid. Since picking up a new iPhone, I've been playing it semi-regularly - enough to save up gems not spent elsewhere to get Meowgik and most of the kit I want to use long term to Epic. So still early days! I had a look at build recommendations a while back and figured that everything I was using was going to end up shit for anything past Chapter 9 (I'm only on 7 right now) so I've just spent my occasional game time playing some of the dailies and auto-farming Chapter 6 while watching TV, all to level up the ridiculously lucky Brightspear Epic drop I got out of a free Obsidian chest a while back, and doing the same with the Phantom Cloak and so on. I'm about at the point where my best equipment isn't much better than the other stuff I'm levelling up, so hopefully will allow me to move up past Chapter 7 soon enough. Basically, the game is good enough to be fun just playing the same stuff regularly while using different builds and getting some decent kit levelled up. Oh, and not spent anything but all those Brightspears in the BattlePass sure did look tempting this month.
  4. Stuff it bought it. Gonna be worth it.
  5. Is it still worth picking this up or should I just wait for MMO to come out? I played the first and enjoyed that for a bit but it was too simple for me for serious longevity. I imagine I'll get £4 worth of entertainment out of this easily, just wouldn't mind waiting for the next version either.
  6. Not even close. Check the video going through all the different versions. I've not got it yet but the Switch version looks to be a nice upgrade over the original.
  7. Pretty sure this is the perfect venue for a proper rllmuk meetup.
  8. The poster thought they'd broken a forum rule after reading your post. I have let the poster know and will unhide the post if he/she so desires. Edit: unhid now
  9. It's possibly the best episode so far, so I'd go back to watch it.
  10. Shame but England should've finished it in the 1st half and from about the 65th minute Croatia were just the better side. Allez les bleus!
  11. Something like 254k second go around. I am rusty but it's a real nostalgia nuzzle in all the right places. Mainly in my ears.
  12. I bought it last night and, being exhausted, obviously thought it was a good idea to have just one go to see what it was like. 211k later and I had to stop. Started off rusty but I seem to remember most of how I used to play. Started the saved state game today and I forgot what was going on and tried using the analogue stick fruitlessly as my first blocks fell on a fast stage and just fucked it completely so quit. Time to play a proper game. Once my Switch has charged up a bit. I can imagine hitting level 100 is quite challenging.
  13. I really was. I'll pick it up at some point soon. Might take a while to slip back into that old rhythm.
  14. Oooooh tempting to play this all again. Played it to death on PSP and bought it on iOS many years later but never enjoyed the controls so gave up after a few minutes. This on Switch would be a thing. Score attacks can do one. Endless mode forever.
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