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What exercise routine do you do?
DonB04 
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Posted 5/3/14
P90X3

30 minutes a day and very intense.
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Hayagriva wrote:


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Hayagriva wrote:

My resting heart rate is currently 58, below the average. An olympic athlete has a heart rate of 50 and lower.


Olympic (and any level of competition) resting heart rates are highly dependent upon sport. Most of the rowers I coach are below 50 for RHR whereas most of the throwers and lifters I coach are above 65 on avg. My resting heart rate was 42 when I rowed/cycled, and it's slowly edged upwards into the mid 60's as I've moved away from competition in those sports.


Oh really? That's pretty informative. I was training at 98% of my maximum heart rate for over a year, 3-4 times a week. It's dropped down to 74% now though when it's twice as intense and three times as long as when I started. Unlike most people though, adaptation doesn't horrify me, my training is specific and I have no reason to deviate from it. Just keep pushin'.


I suppose adaptation doesn't horrify most people I associate with as most of them are athletes and any athlete wants to be better than they previously were. My training is definitely specific, sadly I just don't have the time to maintain the level of training I was when I was competing at international levels.
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the early morning is always best time to workout!!! i do everyday jog for hour and some exercises to tone body and sometime do a little bit of weights. if i dun have dance class later on in the day and am bored, usually jog again in afternoon!
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I run about 12 to 15 miles a week... REALLY slowly...
I hurt myself with a groin-pull so I had a tough time getting back on track.

I find if I eat a little later and small amounts I can loose weight. I haven't been very good at keeping my diet for a while... been hovering around 230 to 240... I was at 283...

Got a lot of work to do.
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Well I lift weights for 8 hours a day..(I work in a warehouse lifting stuff all day) so really that keeps me in decent shape especially for my recent eating habits... <.< not all that great.

But I want to gain like 20lbs or so of good weight so I'm gonna dust off the p90x. Just built a new pull up bar so super stoked to start it.

Current stats are 5'10 152lbs. Want to be like 170 and solid.
Posted 5/3/14
Lift heavy weight and do cardio avoid machines free weights will do it and if u r a dick and think u no better look at my pics lmao
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The routine where I get all my yoga gear ready to go, clothes, mat, water..you name it.

Stretching. Ah ok. Feeling good.

wait I don't feel like doing it now? What? Don't you dare procrastina.......wait...

You are saying I just got some exercise by simply preparing for the workout?
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Well...

Good enough for me!

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Well I lift weights for 8 hours a day..(I work in a warehouse lifting stuff all day) so really that keeps me in decent shape especially for my recent eating habits... <.< not all that great.

But I want to gain like 20lbs or so of good weight so I'm gonna dust off the p90x. Just built a new pull up bar so super stoked to start it.

Current stats are 5'10 152lbs. Want to be like 170 and solid.


Eat more, and lift. Forget P90x.
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SasukeUchiha25100 wrote:

Lift heavy weight and do cardio avoid machines free weights will do it and if u r a dick and think u no better look at my pics lmao


Do you think your pictures somehow make you knowledgeable? I doubt anyone would have bothered responding to your advice of "lift heavy weight and do cardio" in a negative way.
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Fuddbender wrote:

Well I lift weights for 8 hours a day..(I work in a warehouse lifting stuff all day) so really that keeps me in decent shape especially for my recent eating habits... <.< not all that great.

But I want to gain like 20lbs or so of good weight so I'm gonna dust off the p90x. Just built a new pull up bar so super stoked to start it.

Current stats are 5'10 152lbs. Want to be like 170 and solid.


Eat more, and lift. Forget P90x.


Yeah I hear that from a lot of people. But I'm fine. I've had the dvds for years already and I don't really want to pay for the extra gas for driving to a gym/gym membership. It's all extra stuff I don't really want to try to fit in right now. :s I would like to be able but it's just not gonna work for me right now.

But I will eat more. Taking in like 2000-2500 calories right now. Being like 70g fat a day or so. Maybe lower the fat add more carbs keep protein at about 120-150g. Pluss I'm a firm believe in fruit. Some people go nuts over the natural sugars. But I'm gonna be sweating my butt off all summer so that works for me, plus it's delicious! ^.^
Posted 5/4/14
I walk home from school, which takes about an hour. And I'm also taking a dance class. I attempt to do most of the exercises there. Which includes basic cardio exercises (jumping jacks, crunches && running) and stretching.
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I do my class work (after much procrastination), play some ArmA III, then watch some Anime. The results are freaking fantastic!
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I used to have badminton practices every couple of days, practice fencing couple times a week and go running mostly every day, but I got injured so I've had to change my schedule a bit. Now I only walk and coach badminton, so that's not much. I prefer my old exercise schedule by a lot
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Currently go martial arts twice a week, train at home at least twice a week and extra practice whenever i can

Healthy diet and yeah..

I do alright
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Fuddbender wrote:

Yeah I hear that from a lot of people. But I'm fine. I've had the dvds for years already and I don't really want to pay for the extra gas for driving to a gym/gym membership. It's all extra stuff I don't really want to try to fit in right now. :s I would like to be able but it's just not gonna work for me right now.

But I will eat more. Taking in like 2000-2500 calories right now. Being like 70g fat a day or so. Maybe lower the fat add more carbs keep protein at about 120-150g. Pluss I'm a firm believe in fruit. Some people go nuts over the natural sugars. But I'm gonna be sweating my butt off all summer so that works for me, plus it's delicious! ^.^


If you've had the dvds for years already and haven't used them, then you're obviously not excited about doing it and in reality probably won't change anything. Set yourself up for success. If you think you're busy now and that you don't have time, I can guarantee you it won't get any easier the older you get. You'll work more, have more things demanding your attention. Get into the habit of training otherwise you'll come to a point where you truly won't have time for it and will want to make the sacrifice in time even less. If you start now, and get hooked up in it then when that time comes you'll find yourself making that a priority which will do a lot of things for keeping you healthy in your later years. Plus chicks dig strong guys and you simply won't ever get strong with P90X
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