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Old 10-02-2009, 12:11 AM   #61 (permalink)
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Im gonna go down at 7pm after the news. I just ate dinner and will work that off, that should work. Since tonight is the first night I am going to start out light. I should be up to the full workout this time next week.

15 miles on a bike
200 reps on the body by jake
15 minutes on the ab roller
10 minutes on the punching bag (suspended 25lb)
12 of each bench press, knee bends and curles @ 50lbs
by knee bends do you mean hamstring curls? if you do, do some box jumps or squats instead. It'll be a ton better for you. Also, don't bother with the ab roller. Instead balance on a swiss ball with your feet on the wall and knees at 90*. Do 15 straight up, 15 towards each knee, and then slowly lift each foot and replace it 15 times each
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Old 10-02-2009, 12:15 AM   #62 (permalink)
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HAHAHAHA I'm probably totally wrong but that is what a JuiceHead acquaintence of mine told me. If it is misinformation I do apologize!!! Thanks for willing to put me in my place though LMAO
I know it is misinformation because it's basically what I'm taking in school (Kinesiology) and in my training class the lecture today was all about stretching. I'll go over the class and the slides and let you guys know what's good for what prior to working out and post-workout. Not sure when I'll get around to it, but within the next week probably. Until then, dynamic stretching pre-training, and light static stretching post-training
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Old 10-02-2009, 08:25 AM   #63 (permalink)
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That is why you gotta start at 5:00am...before your brain knows better! By the time I realize what the hell I am about to do I am already pulling in to the gym and it's too late to turn back.
haha. true. i'm usually up at 5 am and in the gym by 6. not today though. tore 2 calluses off of my left hand climbing last night. no gym for a couple of days.
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Old 10-02-2009, 01:14 PM   #64 (permalink)
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don't get me wrong, it'll work, but, for the same effort you put in, if you do exercises that challenge stability at the same time, you'll get double the benefit
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Old 10-02-2009, 03:27 PM   #65 (permalink)
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Maybe not as intense as some other workouts here, but i typically just walk(fast) either 2 miles or 3.6 miles depending on how energetic i feel nearly every night at like 11pm when its nice and cool and quiet outside...i try to run atleast 1/4th of it or as long as i can before i get winded...i figure it'll get easier as i keep doing it. Just put on a radio podcast or an audio book and 30 mins to an hour later find myself back at home not even really realizing ive been out excersising Never have been a fan of "working out"...
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Old 10-02-2009, 03:36 PM   #66 (permalink)
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Usually I don't do much in the summer because I'm fairly active. But come time to get ready for the winter I do a split routine. 1-2 days of Lower Body conditioning, 1-2 days of Upper Body training( one week i'll do 2 days of upper and 1 day of lower, then the next week i'll do 1 day of upper and 2 days of lower), and in between I'll do 3 days of Cardio. 7th day is Sunday. That day is for sitting on the couch, eatting like shit, and having some drinks. That day is important too so I don't over do it and just quit
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Old 10-02-2009, 09:48 PM   #67 (permalink)
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I also fence, but I do that year round. Its a great work out, keeps my feet quick, and my flexibility improves tremendously.
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Old 11-11-2009, 10:35 PM   #68 (permalink)
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Maybe not as intense as some other workouts here, but i typically just walk(fast) either 2 miles or 3.6 miles depending on how energetic i feel nearly every night at like 11pm when its nice and cool and quiet outside...i try to run atleast 1/4th of it or as long as i can before i get winded...i figure it'll get easier as i keep doing it. Just put on a radio podcast or an audio book and 30 mins to an hour later find myself back at home not even really realizing ive been out excersising Never have been a fan of "working out"...
so, basically your'e doing interval training. Try to have a 1:1 work/rest ratio. Meaning, to start out, run hard for 1 minute, then walk for one minute. As this gets easier, move up to running 2 minutes, walking 2 minutes. Eventually work up to 5 minutes each, and then once you've mastered that, go to a 2:1 work/rest ratio (2 minutes run, 1 minute walk) and you should see big improvements fairly quickly by pretty much doing what you already do, just with a little modification
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also, i haven't forgotten about that stretching explaination, i just haven't had time to sit down and work it all out for you guys between assignments and exams for the last month or so
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