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Old 05-16-2010, 08:22 PM   #91
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Lately, I have been exercising 6 or 5 times a week. Nothing strenuous, I guess you could call my work-outs moderate. I either jog/walk, do Pilates or ride an exercise bike.

But I am seeing results and it keeps me motivated!
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Old 05-18-2010, 09:35 AM   #92
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Zumba, yoga, walking, biking Swimming more is something I'd like to do, but unfortunately possibilities for that around here are a bit slim, and I can't find anyone at the moment who would like to go with me
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Old 05-18-2010, 10:38 AM   #93
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I've gone off my work-out routine lately. I've been working for the past week straight and am just so tired when I come home from work.
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Have just discovered Elle Cardio Body workouts. The workout is only 34 minutes long but wow it get's my heart rate up there! Believe I am going to throw this into my routine to mix things up.
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The Ultimate Medicine Ball Workout : Men's Health
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Old 06-06-2010, 07:51 PM   #96
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5 Life Lessons I Learned From Push Ups | 1000 Pushups - How To Do A Perfect Push Up
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Old 06-14-2010, 05:41 PM   #97
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After seeing some of my pics from the Anaheim gathering, I definitely need a new game plan. I seem to look almost ogre-like in a good number of them. I hate to flat-out stop what I am doing (weights . . . and that's about it), but maybe I should.
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After seeing some of my pics from the Anaheim gathering, I definitely need a new game plan. I seem to look almost ogre-like in a good number of them. I hate to flat-out stop what I am doing (weights . . . and that's about it), but maybe I should.
Yoga is excellent for building lean muscle.



Or pole.
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Pilates, too!
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Old 06-14-2010, 08:25 PM   #100
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Yoga is excellent for building lean muscle.



Or pole.

LOL, how apt did I look for either of those
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LOL, how apt did I look for either of those
They're for everybody!


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After seeing some of my pics from the Anaheim gathering, I definitely need a new game plan. I seem to look almost ogre-like in a good number of them. I hate to flat-out stop what I am doing (weights . . . and that's about it), but maybe I should.
You know I'm going to say yoga it prevents people from becoming muscle bound by stretching, lengthening the muscles, so you can stay flexible and prevent injuries. You do serious weights and take protein?

Lots of guys would be pretty happy to have those guns
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Pilates, too!


I've been doing Pilates for some time now and I love it!

I do gymnastics regularely, I try to go swimming, if the weather is right, and I do a lot of walking, it's better than running for my joints. I usually do a combination of walking and running a bit. I also love to go hiking and I do a lot of stretching, every morning and evening. All of that has helped me to lose some weight, along with eating less, better and healthier.
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You know I'm going to say yoga it prevents people from becoming muscle bound by stretching, lengthening the muscles, so you can stay flexible and prevent injuries. You do serious weights and take protein?
Yoga seems like such a drastic change of pace. I had a friend who started it recently, and he seems to like it thus far.



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Lots of guys would be pretty happy to have those guns

They weren't enough to stop the fiercesome right hook of BonosLilPal94.
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think I strained my chest muscles the other nite at the gym.. cuz they are tight right now, right in the middle where the muscles meet..
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