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    any of us members here into physical ftiness and working out? i'm starting slowly on a weights regime and fitness programme to coincide with my spinal rehab.

    so, do you guys that do workout have any tips or relevant info?


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    USA/DXB August.

  • #2
    I need to gain weight. A few days ago I brought a weight bench, I havenít used it yet I'm like "where the hell do I start?"

    I'm not sure weather I should use the internet to organise a personal programme or if I should see a professional. Once I get stuck into it i'm sure I'll be fine, the first step is the biggest that's all.

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    • #3
      start pumping! i've been doing some bench presses and curls along with my back exercises. i had a good workout today, so pumped that i coulda been king of the mountain! ;0


      next trips
      USA/DXB August.

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      • #4
        Oh yeah. Bench press and chest is what I like ...Every 3r or 4th day of the week. (Wed and thurs) I do this on this days because its more adequate to work out on mid week days. ! But I workout ofcourse if I have more time and feel like it !

        @ Smith
        How long will your rehab physical workout going to be ?
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        • #5
          got another 10 weeks of physio rehab, i'm doing the curls, bench press and other weights at home and the rehab at the hospital.


          next trips
          USA/DXB August.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Longreach747
            got another 10 weeks of physio rehab, i'm doing the curls, bench press and other weights at home and the rehab at the hospital.
            Well good luck with the rehab Mr. Smith !
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            • #7
              Well, I have got a benchpress and a butterfly, and I should be using them to lose weight, but when you have to work from 9am to 6pm, and have phone duty until 8pm, you aren't really motivated to do any more weight training.

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              • #8
                Last year in my school I took a weight training class. All we did was go to the football weightroom and work out for a whole semester. Once in a while we would go do suicides on the football field (always fun...)

                The teacher (football coach) would post the workout for the various teams each day up on the huge white erase board.

                I wouldn't reccomend working out the same muscles two days in a row. It tears them down worse than when you started. Work the upper body one day, then the next day work the lower body.

                That's what I learned anyways...
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                • #9
                  I do sit ups every night...if that counts.
                  Last edited by Crazy764; 2005-10-08, 16:37.
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                  • #10
                    You kinda HAVE to work out for football, i stay afterschool every week Mon., Wed. and Fri. To work out.
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                    • #11
                      I try to do alot of push ups but I always get bored. I started using a punching bag but I got taken down. I need to go put it back up. Sometimes I hurt my hands on it pretty good.

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                      • #12
                        Well, I ran the mile in 6:16 which is a huge improvement for me. I'd been doing alot of hiking lately (like five six miles a day), but now that a new semester has started, I don't really have time. I think that helped me improve. I'm aiming for the 5's now. I can do about 29 push-ups to a cadence (like to improve that). Used to be able to do about fifty sit ups in a minute, but let's just say that I've been eating a little too much lately and leave it at that.

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                        • #13
                          6:16 is a good pace man.. well done

                          I run 12-15 miles a week and go to the gym 2-3 times a week for an hour each time. I need to max out on the bench.. i'll probably break my old PR from highschool easy now.

                          -Adam

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                          • #14
                            I swim 2-3 miles a day. Not weights, but it works. Great for the heart.
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                            • #15
                              Well I have 4+ hours of football practice every weekday, I run 3 miles every weekend, and I also work out. And when football season ends, I play basketball for at least 3 hours a day to get ready for the season. And right after basketball season, I run on the track team. I stay active all year and I'm in pretty good shape now.
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