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Posted 4/25/11
Next week, my back is taking the stress from the increased numbers and frequency pretty well, almost back to where I was before my back got wonky, 5-10 pounds more... I'm starting to get excited again. Not too excited trying to getting way under my OG Judo weight class I don't think I was at 170 since middle school.... I am looking forward to getting there because the journey is going/is sucking bad...
Posted 4/25/11

Han_Solo wrote:


Lauriet wrote:


Han_Solo wrote:


Lauriet wrote:


Han_Solo wrote:

I look foward to:
A) Summer Holiday
B)Starting my fitness regime


High-intensity cardio, or low intensity cardio?


I'll certainly be doing low intensity cardio, thats for sure.


If you are overweight, low intensity won't be effective. High-intensity cardio workout burns fat (75% calorie, 25% stored) the longer you do it. If you build an endurance, you can burn up to 400 - 500 calories a day, and that isn't including any bodybuilding or weightlifting program. I also suggest you to invest in adjustable weights, that way if you're bored you can do dumbbell curls and dips.


I'm not too overweight just put on a couple of stone (I'm tall so it's actually not that bad) and I've just become unfit overall and I need to lose the flab and just build muscle. I got some weights and a lot of other equipment such as bench press and a lat pulldown. I imagine low intensity if good for body building? I'm a novice at these things I'm afraid. Could you point me to the right direction please since it sounds like you have sound knowledge of fitness and exercising.


If you want to build muscle then all you have to do is give them fuel, eat a small healthy snack 15 - 30 minutes before workout. Focus on maintaining intensity, but not so much that you may hurt yourself. (If you rip a muscle, chances are you won't heal for awhile. Worse still, building muscle even after it's healed will be difficult)

If you want to get buffed, then add an extra meal or make your lunch heavier. Something with protein in it to help prevent muscle waste and help build muscles. Also through this, build muscle resistance if you are planning on lifting heavier weights. Example:

20lb in each hand > 10 curls
25lbs in one hand > 15, rotate to other
15lbs in each hand > 25, give a minute break and repeat.

Also, you mustn't pick the heaviest weights up first. You'llf atigue the muscles quicker, wake them up and get the muscle flowing with lighter weights first, and then work from there upwards.

Low intensity has the same effects as high intensity, it's just easier to build the heart muscle and even easier to screw the fitness of it up, the negative side-effect of doing too much or too little will result in heightened recovery time-- which is bad, you shouldn't take more then a minute to recuperate between exercises.

If you want to get rid of a muffin top or just general flab, do exercises that focus on the lower abdomen. A healthy diet will also help. (Nothing below 500, nothing beyond 1450)

I also have to tell you this: Creatine will help you, if you can get a dietary supplement, you'll be able to get muscle just a little faster. I use ForceFactor though, which has nitric oxide (which helps endurance and basic strength.) Dietary supplements are completely healthy, all you have to do is be careful of the intake. (No more then the label says.)

If you want to get skinny quicker, drop soft drinks and pick up purified, distilled water instead.
Posted 4/25/11

Lauriet

If you want to build muscle then all you have to do is give them fuel, eat a small healthy snack 15 - 30 minutes before workout. Focus on maintaining intensity, but not so much that you may hurt yourself. (If you rip a muscle, chances are you won't heal for awhile. Worse still, building muscle even after it's healed will be difficult)

If you want to get buffed, then add an extra meal or make your lunch heavier. Something with protein in it to help prevent muscle waste and help build muscles. Also through this, build muscle resistance if you are planning on lifting heavier weights. Example:

20lb in each hand > 10 curls
25lbs in one hand > 15, rotate to other
15lbs in each hand > 25, give a minute break and repeat.

Also, you mustn't pick the heaviest weights up first. You'llf atigue the muscles quicker, wake them up and get the muscle flowing with lighter weights first, and then work from there upwards.

Low intensity has the same effects as high intensity, it's just easier to build the heart muscle and even easier to screw the fitness of it up, the negative side-effect of doing too much or too little will result in heightened recovery time-- which is bad, you shouldn't take more then a minute to recuperate between exercises.

If you want to get rid of a muffin top or just general flab, do exercises that focus on the lower abdomen. A healthy diet will also help. (Nothing below 500, nothing beyond 1450)

I also have to tell you this: Creatine will help you, if you can get a dietary supplement, you'll be able to get muscle just a little faster. I use ForceFactor though, which has nitric oxide (which helps endurance and basic strength.) Dietary supplements are completely healthy, all you have to do is be careful of the intake. (No more then the label says.)

If you want to get skinny quicker, drop soft drinks and pick up purified, distilled water instead.


This is very clear, thanks alot for this
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Posted 4/25/11
summer. im gettting training.
lol i joke i plan to do NOTHING . (cept catching up with anime )
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I look forward to graduating form the hell hole called junior high, i need to experience a new environment .
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I look forward to seeing this thread get locked.
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I look forward to seeing this thread get locked.
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i love forward to his look forward
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makimaki_sataandagi wrote:

I look forward to seeing this thread get locked.
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i love forward to his look forward


You're not making any sense.
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makimaki_sataandagi wrote:


Bashment wrote:


makimaki_sataandagi wrote:

I look forward to seeing this thread get locked.
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i love forward to his look forward


You're not making any sense.


I look forward to youre not making any sense

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Posted 5/20/11

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Chained_Angel wrote:

Woah now, there is already a thread like this, I know because I made it. I'll just go dig it out right now....


Already found it slowpoke.

http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-689921/what-are-you-looking-forward-to?pg=0


Though mines cooler. I hope the mods keep it open based on that.


You wish

Why did no one report this thread? @_@

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