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Join Date: Mar 2004
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Walked around school.

35 minutes on the eliptical
30 minutes on this weird marchine but it was fun

Would spending 10 minutes in the sauna count as excercise?
I SHOULD be doing crunches right not but we'll see

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well I only walked 3 miles today because well I didn't go to the track I just walked at home so it was hard because we have alot of hills on our road and then the sun came up and was in my eyes ... (much better).. And today was kinda a pig out day.. I ate a slice of homemade apple pie and a small dish of maggie moo's amooreto ice cream.. But that's all the sweets for a while

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I've been on the soccer/cheerleading/homework/projects fast track and have had no time to do my thing. Today, I did. I was so happy!!

In the morning:
45 min High Impact aerobics
45 min Pilates
60 min weights (arms/chest)

Then I did 25 min abs in the afternoon and bounced around the living room to "Jump On It".

Join Date: Oct 2004
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my problem is that I've lost my joy to do sports.It disappeared couple of years ago, I just noticed I was boring all the time doing any kind of a sport.since then, I've tried many times, but I find myself always so bored, and never going again, f.i to gym.I just get so bored, but I would love to find a new, sporty hobby, 'cos I wanna get more muscle and just get more firm.has someone gone through something like this?how can I find my joy for sports again?

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I think you should do sport with friends for much fun! I like martial arts or dance -depends on mood. If you want muscles martial arts are better for you, but dance is also enjoyable. Forget gym!

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Play sports with friends, its the best thing
Try sports that you've never tried before.

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Rockclimbing? Kayaking? Kickboxing? Roller blading? Ice skating?Swimming? Yoga? Bikram (hot yoga)? Soccor? Riding (horses or bikes)? Walking? Jogging? Pilates?

Ummm...I'm running low. How about playing tag?

And of course, bring friends no matter what you choose.

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"Get bored" is a common. So you have to create yourself being lively. I agree with Midori and AhhGucci, you should arrange your sport activities with your friends. I do brisk walk 2 times a week, which is really good for calories burning, cardiovascular, save your legs from varices, and tone your hip too. Once a week I join the jazz american dance. Good for exercise your memory.

Yoga also controls everything.

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Join Date: Apr 2004
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find the reason, the desire, need and you could verge on ability leading to a commitment, to enter back into the gym, its all bollox realy

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30 min intense uphill/downhill interval running (treadmill)
Weights (legs)
30 min elliptical machine
Weights (Arms/chest)

Total: 3 hr

I've finally figured out how to turn my semi-six pack into a really cut one: the body builder approach. I've been using lots of weights and stuff in conjunction with advanced ab exercises and I'm really happy about the results

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Well, before the time change I rode my bike to and from work every day, and I do some crunches and leg lifts and calesthenic crap before I go to bed.

I think I will be taking up dog-walking very soon, however, as it looks like a 6-month old terrier pup may be joining my household soon I'm figuring on a 15-20 minute walk in the morning for pooping and suchlike, and a longer walk in the evening when I get home from work, for digestive necessities and just for the exercise and the fun of it.

I'll probably use my bike inside on the stationary trainer some, just to keep my heart-rate up and keep in shape for next spring's biking season, but there are few things as deadly boring as riding a stationary bike.

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I was on the stationary bike for about 10 minutes when i got fed up of looking at the tv. So I put on a sweater and my winter coat and walk for about 2 hours. It felt good, too bad the cold weather prevents us from getting some fresh air when we need it.

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Spent 2 hours at the gym doing a lot of different things: treadmill, elliptical machine, stationary bike, weights, sit-ups, etc. Plus, tonight, before I go to bed, I'm gonna do at least 200 extra sit-ups.

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45 minutes land aerobics
45 mins weights... legs, bis and lots of tris

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Prep - you workout like CRAZY. You remind me of how I used to workout a lot during college. Probably never that much, but a good amount.

It's been getting colder lately, so I just dance around a lot... do some weights here and there, and plenty of stretching.

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