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Fitness (workouts)

I'm not sure if this is the thread I should be using, but anyway! roll eyes (sarcastic)

After my coma and brain injury I am doing a fitness course. I always worked out in some form or other - rubgy league, boxing, cricket, gym, swimming and occasionally..golf.

I live near the beach and today I'm going for a bike ride - about (3 kms) and then I get to this grassed hill (steep incline). It's near the beach and many people use it (PT -personal trainers).

I try to make it interesting!

10 push ups and then hill climb. On the way back, I tread backwards while ducking and weaving like boxing in a ring.

Then I take my rubber bands out my backpack (3 different grades) shoulders 2 bands....back - 3 bands....biceps - 3 bands and triceps - 2 bands.

I also carry a small wheel for abductors.

It's great because around the corner, my boxing gym is situated there.

I usually do 30 minutes there...about 6 hill runs.

sits ups - obliques - leg raises.

shoulders - bands

biceps - bands

triceps - bands

also - squats and lunges with also bands.

Then I go to the boxing gym

speedball - 2 end bag - heavy bag

I try to mix it up

2-3 minute on the speed ball and then straight to the 2 end bag for footwork - 2-4 mins and then when I put my gloves on - 2-3 minutes.

then 2-3 mins rest and start again. I do that for 35-40 mins and then 2-4 mins of skipping to cool down.

Then ride home.



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In Australia where I live most of the time, it's about 86 F. So, I've been swimming constantly....the beach and rivers (streams). I hear in the US, strong snow in Dallas. That's unusual in Dallas. I'm blessed in Australia. In Winter where I live the maximum is 64 the coldest is about 50 F. Summertime it's mostly about 82 F, but occasionally, 96 F.

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I've been getting back into exersing recently due to my current job. (requires lots of swimming). I was an extremely hardened swimmer throught highschool and participated in weightlifting. What I do now is pretty weaksauce compared to then because I had such a hard burnout during my senior year. But yeah, after a year and a half with no exersize (I lost 10 pounds) i've finally given it another shot. I lifeguard part-time (college and all) and have been selected to take place in statewide lifeguarding competitions. Yes those exist believe it or not and I find that swimming with a diving brick or weights in deep water provide excellent workouts.


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But yeah, after a year and a half with no exersize (I lost 10 pounds) i've finally given it another shot.



It's usually the other way around. - If you're full on weight training, you gain muscle, no fat.

If you're got exercising, 95% of people gain fat and eventually - you gain pounds/kilograms.

That's unusual mate.

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I have a very low BMI and EXTREMELY high metabolism. 5' 11" and 125lbs. When I was swimming/weight training/dryland etc, and did this 5 days a week for 2+ hours. I was at 135+. lol, I know right? When I stopped, thats when the weight loss happened. 10 lbs of muscle.


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So, you've would be a lightweight with a reach....no s**t!

I was a welterweight years ago.....probably 13 years ago. I am 5,10.

In the Army, most trainers their BMI is bad. Because they're short like me and they're about 185lbs. No s**t! cool

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In 2 weeks I do my fitness course again. I did it for 6 months, but, you can only to courses with other instructors. Another 6 months, I can be on my own.

I can punish them myself laughing rolling on floor laughing smokin'

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