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How fit/strong are you?
#16
Lol I remember that episode of Spongebob
The lone wolf dies, while the pack survives...
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#17
I can play soccer for two hours easily, so I suppose I'm fit, but I'm also very injury prone. Sad  Knee ligaments, ankles, hamstring, groin muscles. There isn't anything below the waist I haven't injured yet.
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#18
(08-23-2018, 08:39 AM)Maxilla Wrote: I was born with glass bones and paper skin. Every morning I break my legs, and every afternoon I break my arms. At night, I lie awake in agony until my heart attacks put me to sleep.

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#19
Does anybody here have Strava? It's a lot of fun, and can be very useful:

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It's much better with a fitness wear, but can be used without one too and still provide decent data.
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#20
My last endurance challenge; jogging/power-walking for 2.5 hours (10.5 KM):

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Burned me over 1.5 Kcal.
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#21
/\ I don't know anything about such challenges, but that sounds good....
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#22
really dont know how you do that. i would get bored sh!itless after the first 30 minutes.

hate long distance stuff. prefer sprints.
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#23
I love a good job with my dog, but that's pretty much as far active as I am....I used to be able to run 5 miles a day every week before supper but I've gotten pretty chubby since then.
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(09-09-2018, 02:53 PM)K9Boy Wrote: really dont know how you do that. i would get bored sh!itless after the first 30 minutes.

hate long distance stuff. prefer sprints.

That happened to me the first few times, I'll admit long distance jogging is an acquired taste. The thing is, once you've put a couple weeks of hard work and discipline under the belt, quitting feels like throwing away everything you've invested so far, so you keep going.

Anyway, for about a month, I've been trying to lose weight while maintaining protein and muscle mass. My smart scale arrived in the mail today and I was anxious to try it. It turns out that the combination of running, weight training, and supplementation I've planned has helped me develop some serious bone density and cut down a good portion of body fat:

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I'm gonna work on building my musculoskeletal system further, hopefully replacing the fat I've lost.
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#25
I can run long distances for awhile without getting tired, so that's a good thing for me I suppose.
(09-09-2018, 02:53 PM)K9Boy Wrote: hate long distance stuff. prefer sprints.
Then we might be opposites.

Oh, also not sure if this counts, but I'm an amateur at Bo Staff handling and its going good so far. Stances, spins, strikes, you name it. I still hit myself sometimes though!
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#26
I am more of a stamina type of guy myself. Once ran 5km, but that is basically the only time I have tried the limit of my stamina.
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#27
Quote:However, because I'll be commuting this year, I'll have less time to hit that gym and work out my muscles. I gotta think of something to make up for this.
I'm considering just staying some time after my last class on Tuesdays and Thursdays and working out my muscles then. I think that's reasonable.
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#28
^My advice, try to combine gym with running out jogging outdoors, builds bone and gives you way more flexibility as compared to just working out alone.
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#29
A good diet is also something you should consider. Have a mixed diet of carbohydrates, fats and proteins.
Make your life a masterpiece; imagine no limitations on what you can be, have or do.
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#30
Mine's medium carbs, high protein, and low fat. Works great for me
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