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What do you do to stay fit?
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Posted 10/16/14
I do yoga 4 times a week and I try to eat Vegan as much as possible. Lots of veggies and fruit with only the occasional cheat food. Yoga is surprisingly good at burning calories, it helps with flexibility, and keeps my back aligned. Plus, it has very little impact on one's joints which your body will thank you for as time goes on.
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Run on tread mill.

sometimes.
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It's not like I do it to stay fit or anything!...
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Posted 10/16/14
I love to play step mania, also I have some weights handy for when Comcast decides I need to wait while my show buffers. Also I eat somewhat healthy.
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I go to the gym 4-5 times a week run 1.5 miles every day (except one day I do 5 miles as it is a cardio day) then each day work out different muscle group
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I do 105 push-ups a day. But I just managed to get all 35 in my last and third set out without stopping, so tomorrow I'm adding another 15. That will be 120 a day! Yay! I started off a few weeks ago with just 30 a day, barely managing ten in a set.

It's like this -

Three sets. Morning, Afternoon, Dinner-ish.

35 push-ups a set is what I'm at, so 105 total. I started off with 10 a set, 30 total. Tomorrow I'll add five more to each set, for 40 a set and 120 total. Hurray for math!
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Posted 10/16/14 , edited 10/16/14
I lift a lot. Like, I mean, a lot.

Lifting up the chicken wings so I can gnaw on them, lifting up a meatball sub to my face, lifting up forkfuls of food (lots of that), lifting up a glass of whole milk to my lips, stuff like that.
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Posted 10/16/14

Dubnoman wrote:

I lift a lot. Like, I mean, a lot.

Lifting up the chicken wings so I can gnaw on them, lifting up a meatball sub to my face, lifting up forkfuls of food (lots of that), lifting up a glass of whole milk to my lips, stuff like that.


Don't forget all the cardio, walking to the fridge and bathroom, then back.
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Shadowboxing
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Posted 10/16/14
I go to the gym 3-4x a week for 1 1/2 to 2 hours. I can lift some pretty heavy shit.
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Posted 10/16/14
A few moths ago I got a new job that involves a lot of physical activities, I also decided to start working out and eating better. I moved from a size 48 to a 34. I still can't get used to my body now lol
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Posted 10/16/14

Phersu wrote:


Dubnoman wrote:

I lift a lot. Like, I mean, a lot.

Lifting up the chicken wings so I can gnaw on them, lifting up a meatball sub to my face, lifting up forkfuls of food (lots of that), lifting up a glass of whole milk to my lips, stuff like that.


Don't forget all the cardio, walking to the fridge and bathroom, then back.




Yup, that too. Also, the occasional stroll down a grocery store aisle.
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Posted 10/16/14
Mostly work which involves something like 8,000 to 10,000 steps a day according to my 3ds. I also give my dog about a half hour walk every day.
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Posted 10/16/14
I have a very high metabolism, but I also generally have the urge to always want to do something. Not really work-out, but just always moving and doing something. Ever since I started my new job in IT, I've taken up on long-distance running. Ran my first official half marathon about a month and a half ago, and I'll be running my first full marathon in January. Mix that with a "reasonably healthy" diet.
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i only exercise when i feel like it. i'm against doing something because it's good for you but i'm for doing something because it looks interesting.
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