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What's your exercise routine?
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23 / M / Singapore
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Posted 4/9/08
just play soccer everday.............
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once a week, every weekend i do a jogging routine (warm up first of course).
then some bench press 200 - 150lbs (not quite sure about the weight since the
barbell im using is made of cement) 10-30 reps then some arm curls with the
same weigh and reps. and of course the really long walk from my house going to school.
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don't have one
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YET!

my mom is making me start excercing once summer starts. ugh!
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Lets see.... when I was really active, I tried to keep a steady routine so I wouldn't hurt my muscles

- 10-15 minutes of stretching first
- 100 jumping jacks (sometimes I hold 5-10 lb weights in my hand)
- I would never go to 300 crunches like you did OP. I usually do about 30-50 crunches
- 30 push-ups
- 30 sit-ups
- 30 squats
- 1 hour-2 hours of counted weight lifting (the hand weights lol)
- If I'm jogging, it'd be for a hour or so

I've gotten great results when I did that regularly I have to do it again once my depression fades.
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Posted 5/16/10
Stretch for ten minutes
Jog/walk/run for Twenty minutes
whatever (weighting lifting, etc) for 45 minutes
Jog again for twenty or more
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F / in your heart
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wii fit
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Posted 5/17/10
2 hours of yoga most of the time, along with some serious cardio with the Xbox game "Yourself Fitness". Wrapping it up with a lot of weight training. On non-work days, I include about as many crunches as possible and two hours of pilates.
Posted 5/17/10
Monday: Tae Kwon Do
Tuesday: Karate
Wednesday: Tae Kwon Do
Thursday: Kendo
Friday: Karate
Saturday: Cycling
Sunday: Kung-Fu session with Dad + family bike ride to the seaside or Tai Chi class with Mum.

and thats how its been for many years

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Posted 5/17/10
mostly soccer now, did some judo but hurt my back
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F / Neverlannd ♥.,
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Posted 5/17/10
I go on nice bike rides everyday for my workout and do some exercises for 20 minutes (:

Also, I do track which really is a workout.
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hmm ichange it up everyday, but i usually do p90x ab ripper x, cardio x plus 10 sets of 10 with dumbells
100-150 push ups
1 mile run or less or more
200 sit ups
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i used to do 50 pull ups (but no more pull up bars -__-)
and some other weight lifting stuff
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Posted 8/7/10

asianboii wrote:

hmm ichange it up everyday, but i usually do p90x ab ripper x, cardio x plus 10 sets of 10 with dumbells
100-150 push ups
1 mile run or less or more
200 sit ups
30 dibs
i used to do 50 pull ups (but no more pull up bars -__-)
and some other weight lifting stuff


how much are your dumbells and you should be able to do one handed pull umps and sit ups from the look of your exercises
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I run about 20 miles a week. I try to include one 5 mile+ and one day of hill repeats or informal speed work.

Then I do mostly bodyweight/light dumbbell workout after for 10-20 min, provided I get up before 05:00 so I can make it to work. About 100 ball crunches (mixed kinds), alternating with sets of either an upper body or a lower body day of a few of the below exercises.

Upper body: curls, shoulder press, benchpress on ball, dumbbell flys on balls, various kinds of pushups (feet on ball, Hindu, dive bomber, etc.), upright rows, bent-over rows, straight punches with dumbbells.

Lower body: ball squats, dumbbell squats, normal lunges, side-to-side lunges, Hindu squats. I can't do calf raises because of an old foot injury.

It's OK but not a really intense workout; when I was younger and running 70 miles a week and lifting an hour every day, I was really ripped in a lean way. I also used to take 形意拳 (xingyiquan) Chinese martial art. I found it terribly difficult, especially given the internal arts emphasis on doing each move just so; I'm hopelessly uncoordinated.

There are a bunch of really hardcore crossfit guys at work who are older than I am and all emaciated-looking but could kill me with their thumb in less than a second. I really don't want to spend that much time or money on equipment and training, though. I work out to live, not live to work out.
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Posted 8/7/10
Run: 35 min.
Walk: 25 min.

usually end up going 4-5 miles, 4 being the absolute minimum
I only take a break once a week

and if my mom lets me, I'll be taking kendo soon too! and soccer!
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Posted 8/7/10

Doji_Star wrote:

I run about 20 miles a week. I try to include one 5 mile+ and one day of hill repeats or informal speed work.

Then I do mostly bodyweight/light dumbbell workout after for 10-20 min, provided I get up before 05:00 so I can make it to work. About 100 ball crunches (mixed kinds), alternating with sets of either an upper body or a lower body day of a few of the below exercises.

Upper body: curls, shoulder press, benchpress on ball, dumbbell flys on balls, various kinds of pushups (feet on ball, Hindu, dive bomber, etc.), upright rows, bent-over rows, straight punches with dumbbells.

Lower body: ball squats, dumbbell squats, normal lunges, side-to-side lunges, Hindu squats. I can't do calf raises because of an old foot injury.

It's OK but not a really intense workout; when I was younger and running 70 miles a week and lifting an hour every day, I was really ripped in a lean way. I also used to take 形意拳 (xingyiquan) Chinese martial art. I found it terribly difficult, especially given the internal arts emphasis on doing each move just so; I'm hopelessly uncoordinated.

There are a bunch of really hardcore crossfit guys at work who are older than I am and all emaciated-looking but could kill me with their thumb in less than a second. I really don't want to spend that much time or money on equipment and training, though. I work out to live, not live to work out.


hey what does this chinese martial art include just asking my step dad recieved 3rd black belt and stashes in several forms and countries when he was seventeen
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