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Old 06-29-2008, 06:07 PM #16
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Very cute and healthy baby Thai.
Yeah, comfy looking furniture too ;-)

socal: sounds like a good combo for staying in shape
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Where's T?@\7 at? He's always talking about bong rips in his posts. I thought he would be all over this post by now.
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Today I have had my usual daily right hand and wrist exercise by pushed my mouse around. I'm guessing it's probably traveled close to 150 feet in total. And with nearly 800 left clicks too!
I virtually never work out, but I keep active and fit for what I need to do.
Every morning I stretch arms, legs, back, neck for 15 mins.
I walk the dog 4-5 times each week, 20-30 mins each time.
I play volleyball once a week, weather pending.
3-4 times a week I don 100+ lb of structural firefighting clothing and equipment and attend emergency incidents with times ranging from 15 mins to 4 hours. I also train at the fire department weekly, but this could be classroom stuff or physical stuff. Fire fighting requires a decent amount of strength but also importantly, the brains to correctly apply that strength.
For me the easiest way to stay healthy is to eat sensibly. I probably drink about 1 can of soft drink/soda/pop a month, maybe one alcoholic drink a week, eat lots of fruit, red meat at least once a week and veggies every night. No smoking or drugs of any kind.
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I recently switched from a five day weight training regimen to a 4 day for increased intensity. I do chest and tris day 1, legs day 2, back and bis day 3, and shoulders day 4. Cardio is thrown in on its own 1 day a week and consists of a 3 mile run. I saw good gains after a long plateau after quitting smoking almost a year ago. I just starting using ON's after max but I like to stick to simple protein supps. All the other stuff gives fleeting results for me.
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Old 07-22-2008, 11:56 PM #19
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Here is what I'm doing right now. I will change it up to keep it fresh... I am going to try working each body part 2x/week in the near future. As for weights and reps, that is variable. Sometimes its higher reps with short rest periods to burn calories during the workout. Other times I go real heavy (especially on deads because of the rush!). with longer rest periods to break through a plateau. The key is to keep the body confused, not allowing it to adapt, plus it keeps me more engaged. I'd like to do more power work but I do not have a reliable training partner, which is a necessity when you start stacking on the plates.

Chest
DB Press
Incl Bench
Decl Bench
DB Fly
Tris
Cable overhead tri ext w/rope
Tri press down
1 arm db behind head tri raise

Back
Deadlift
Hammer strength iso low row
Pull Ups
1 arm row
Bi's
Seated incline curl
Concentration curl
Preacher curl-ez bar.. 3 diff grips to get the forearms as well

Shoulders
Military Press
Hammer Shoulder Press
Nautilus Shoulder Lateral mach
Barbel raise
Rear delt cable fly
Traps
Trap bar shrug
behind back upright row

Legs
Squats
Super slow leg press
Leg Curl
Straight leg deadlift
Seated Calf
Standing Calf
(try not to puke)

Abs
nautilus crunch
captain chair crunch
cybex torso
v-situp

[Cardio]
30 min 3x/week
running/stairs/elliptical

3 mile walk w/ the dog @ night

Weekends off from the weights, usually do something fun. I really need more seat time on my stumpjumper! Plenty of hiking around here, but lately, I've been exploring the trails with the truck.

Nutrition
20g protein meal replacement drink mixed w/ milk for 8g extra protein 3x/day Includes 3g creatine, bcaa's and other. Lots of water about 3 quarts/day. Food: wherever and whenever as long as it is eating clean!

Isopure on occasion to lean down

Muscle milk has way too much saturated fat.

Muscle-Tech is ok but their marketing is way overboard. They make some good stuff, but its costly. If you follow their dosage, you end up with expensive urine!
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Garmin Express

Fitness is an important thing for everyone. You can use fitness tools like Garmin to get fit. Along with all the different devices for navigation, outdoor activities, and fitness, the Garmin has also given an application to manage these is called Garmin Express. It can also be used for registration of a new product, store all the fitness data, synchronization of the remote device data and everything else concerned.
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I recently started to engage sports, itís not so simple with nutrition, but it helps me to go to work for about an hour, and last week my husband gave me an electric scooter, now I get much faster, and I still have the strength to train!
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I was addicted to endorphins for a loooong time.
Started with distance running in 4th grade until around 19 years old.
Then martial arts and road racing motorcycles until 26.
Then road racing bicycles until 35.
I'm over the endorphin high. But I'm still in shape (round is a shape). Im not overweight, I'm underheight.

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Crossfit 5-6 days a week here, hike or ride mountain bikes on the weekends. It's allowed me to keep doing what I like to do on the weekends, without having to give up my evenings/nights to do longer workouts.
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