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Postby RonRazz » Fri Dec 17, 2010 10:58 am

Discwrangler wrote:tabatta wasnt bad...but it took 20 minutes to get warm and loose from walking lunges.

the 21-15-9 was real tough. closest ive been to throwing up.

last night 100 air squats...can believe how much better i am at them then just a week ago. did them in 4.5 minutes.

2 weeks in and ive lost an inch on each love handle. unreal how little time this actually takes for the reults im seeing. metabolic conditioning is good.


It is always great to see the results. I wish I would have tracked my physical progression. All I have a few pairs of jeans that don't fit anymore are proof to my improvements

Are you doing strict pull ups? If so you need to search youtube for kipping pull ups or butterfly pull ups. I'd give you a link but I'm at work. It helps train your body for muscle ups, and it keeps your hands from looking like hamburger on the high rep count days.

Metabolic conditioning huh? Try this WOD we did in september-ish. It gets your heart going...

Run 1 mile
Row 1600 meters ( 1 mile)
Run 1 mile
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Postby Like_Water » Fri Dec 17, 2010 11:30 am

I know about the kipping, but I'm using a door pull up bar...didn't wanna Chuck up my house. :lol:
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Postby RonRazz » Fri Dec 17, 2010 11:37 am

Discwrangler wrote:I know about the kipping, but I'm using a door pull up bar...didn't wanna Chuck up my house. :lol:


Oh yeah definitely not.
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Postby discgolfduval » Fri Dec 17, 2010 11:49 am

irban wrote:Sponsored by Fleshlight. 8)


This.
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Postby RonRazz » Fri Dec 17, 2010 12:39 pm

discgolfduval wrote:
irban wrote:Sponsored by Fleshlight. 8)


This.


Well I wouldn't recommend it. But I guess we all have our own methods of exercise. I'm sure you can offer your own personnel review to go with your stamp of sponsership approval?

To me that product is probably like a treadmill. Fat people use them both. I prefer the more natural options in the case of my treadmill example, outdoor running. In the case of your "exercising" product I opt to use the real thing it’s just more natural.
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Postby Buzzzed85 » Tue Dec 21, 2010 4:07 pm

This is the first year that i'm actually trying to get my @$$ in shape for disc next year. Did the typical thing where i thought i could eat and do what i wanted until i realized that i'm getting older (yes even at 25 my metabolism has slowed tremendously. Not to poke fun at you really old guys :lol: ) Started "Insanity" last week. Serioulsy, kicking my butt.
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Postby RonRazz » Tue Dec 21, 2010 10:20 pm

So whats you doing and how do you like things so far?
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Postby anubis080 » Tue Dec 21, 2010 10:59 pm

I don't get into all of these routines, I'm just an old fashioned lifter:

cardio- jump rope, treadmill, biking, lots of ab work

Basic workout routine:

Monday- chest and triceps

Tuesday- legs

Thursday- back and biceps

Friday- shoulders

This way it gives your muscles time to repair. Overtraining is the #1 mistake
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Postby RonRazz » Wed Dec 22, 2010 8:57 am

anubis080 wrote:This way it gives your muscles time to repair. Overtraining is the #1 mistake


Time is only part of the equation. the rest is:

How fast your body recovers (recuperation)
How hard you exercise (intensity)
How often you exercise per week (frequency)
How often, much, what, and when you eat (nutrition)
How long you exercise (duration)
How much stress you have (stress).

Recuperation, intensity, frequency, nutrition, duration, and stress are all components in muscle repair.

Overtraining is sometimes used to get past plateau's or sticking points. Athletes use overtraining as a systematic system if gains have come to a grinding halt. They will purposely go into an over-trained state and take a week or two off.
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Postby medicinal funk » Wed Dec 22, 2010 8:58 am

gotta say guys, my winter training regiment of smoking cigarettes, eating pizza, and playing PC games is really starting to yield results. this is a program i recommend to anyone of any age or previous fitness level
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Postby Like_Water » Wed Dec 22, 2010 9:10 am

Well, today is the day.

100 walking lunges, 50 airsquats, 25 pushups, 50 airsquats, 100 walking lunges.

If I can make it back up the stairs from the basement, I'll be amazed. More thank likely I'll have to crawl.
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Postby anubis080 » Wed Dec 22, 2010 10:41 am

RonRazz wrote:
anubis080 wrote:This way it gives your muscles time to repair. Overtraining is the #1 mistake


Time is only part of the equation. the rest is:

How fast your body recovers (recuperation)
How hard you exercise (intensity)
How often you exercise per week (frequency)
How often, much, what, and when you eat (nutrition)
How long you exercise (duration)
How much stress you have (stress).

Recuperation, intensity, frequency, nutrition, duration, and stress are all components in muscle repair.

Overtraining is sometimes used to get past plateau's or sticking points. Athletes use overtraining as a systematic system if gains have come to a grinding halt. They will purposely go into an over-trained state and take a week or two off.


Well, you can go Point of Failure on them every other week or so. When I hit a plateau, it's usually due to calorie intake. Gotta eat to get bigger :P
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Postby RonRazz » Wed Dec 22, 2010 11:14 am

Discwrangler wrote:Well, today is the day.

100 walking lunges, 50 airsquats, 25 pushups, 50 airsquats, 100 walking lunges.

If I can make it back up the stairs from the basement, I'll be amazed. More thank likely I'll have to crawl.


Thoses last 50 lunges on the second set are going to burn a lot looks nice want to trade for:

Find Max Height Box Jump (12min) Probably gonna be around 46"

then

AMRAP 4 min X 4

10 Box Jumps 28/21

10 1 Arm KB Swings (5 per arm) 55/35

10 sit ups (qccf standard)

rest 1 min

record total reps per set. I'm hoping to average out to 90-100 reps per set.
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Postby puppetmaster » Wed Dec 22, 2010 11:23 am

medicinal funk wrote:gotta say guys, my winter training regiment of smoking cigarettes, eating pizza, and playing PC games is really starting to yield results. this is a program i recommend to anyone of any age or previous fitness level


Yep, that my program too, slacking on the pc games but will get into it more once zelda comes out.
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Postby Like_Water » Wed Dec 22, 2010 11:38 am

Nope I'm good Ron!

I do think the best leg excersizes for DG have to be squats, lunges and jumping rope. big multi muscle moves that involve alot of core.

My bro in law bought a rowing machine last week, I'm anxious to get on that thing.
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