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planbskater  posted on Mar 26, 2013 4:10:59 AM - Report post

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I really need to start again..I weigh 205 right now, I want to get back to like 180-85
 
saintpaul1  posted on Mar 31, 2013 2:22:38 PM - Report post

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My only exercise is using my keyboard and mouse...
 
kingkob  posted on Mar 31, 2013 4:51:24 PM - Report post

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My only exercise is using my keyboard and mouse...

ditto, i'm so freakin lazy

 
madatcheats  posted on Mar 31, 2013 5:00:57 PM - Report post

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Pushups and weights etc. for 15 minutes before I go to work and sometimes in the evening. Used to play xbox while on the treadmill until the stupid thing broke (fortunately... the treadmill).
 
Xientie  posted on Mar 31, 2013 7:40:08 PM - Report post

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My standing desk has a treadmill underneath it, so if I ever get bored of standing around playing computer games, I'll go for a jog while playing computer games. Maybe even throw in a little split screen television series action in their to mix things up.

[Edited by Xientie, 3/31/2013 7:40:25 PM]

 
Blondy  posted on Mar 31, 2013 8:15:50 PM - Report post

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Nike + kinect trainning keeping the heart pumping between 120 - 150 bpm with a few weight's and the normal push up, pull up, sit up deal

Anyone ever do Tough Mudder?

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Riingo  posted on Mar 31, 2013 10:06:08 PM - Report post

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I used to work out. I've been to flooded with work to do anything lately. But I used to do a whole lot of stuff.

My main routine I crafted was just a lot of ab stuff and then I did Rippetoe SS (modified because Rippetoe is ****). Lately I'm busy and I'd love to lose more weight.

 
Darkish  posted on Apr 04, 2013 3:56:34 PM - Report post

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originally posted by Rami

I have actually started going to the gym after highschool, I was in a bad shape and I really needed it, first time in a gym is REALLY hard and awkward, but I've gone a long way since then.
I love working out, love that aching feeling you get when you're done from a hard exercise, however I seriously can't commit to keep going as I should go, as a medicine student it's impossible to do both at once, especially when I have exams, so I always end up going 3 weeks then stop going for another 2, then go back again.

The problem here is that when I go back, I can't continue from the place I left on, I have to go a few steps back, so it makes improving really hard.

Sometimes I think that I'm not eating as well as I should, and some people around me tell me that I should take protein shakes, other are telling me not to. I personally don't like taking these stuff, but I might change my mind soon.

Sounds like you are taking too much time off from the gym. Two or three days rest won't kill you and will actually help because your body needs recovery time to heal and keep going. But anything more than that like you are doing and yes, you will not be able to do what you did last time, two weeks ago.

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