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    The Memes Justify the End EcK's Avatar
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    Oh yeah, so udog was wise to give me a reput point asking if i could share what the hell i meant by 'why not'.

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    1 hour or more of medium intensity cardio 6 times a week for the next month. (i've been doing it at least 4 times a week grand minimum for the last wait, i didn't count, 4 months maybe?)
    Not forget to do stretchings before, as I tend to overlook it out of pure laziness (which is paradoxical as i then happily spend 2 hours jogging).
    I'm in fact going to do some cardio like, right now.

    I used to jog alot so it's not much of a physical issue, my metabolism is naturally uber slow and it doesn't fit my personality at all to be all low energy, so I kind of need to keep active to stay sharp.

    'll post later
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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    Oh yeah, so udog was wise to give me a reput point asking if i could share what the hell i meant by 'why not'.

    MMMhhh
    1 hour or more of medium intensity cardio 6 times a week for the next month. (i've been doing it at least 4 times a week grand minimum for the last wait, i didn't count, 4 months maybe?)
    Not forget to do stretchings before, as I tend to overlook it out of pure laziness (which is paradoxical as i then happily spend 2 hours jogging).
    I'm in fact going to do some cardio like, right now.

    I used to jog alot so it's not much of a physical issue, my metabolism is naturally uber slow and it doesn't fit my personality at all to be all low energy, so I kind of need to keep active to stay sharp.

    'll post later
    I find stretching to be a pain as well. When I decide to exercise, I'm ready to be active, not sit still for 30 second intervals as I run through the muscle groups.

    6 times a week seems like a bit much for a minimum goal, especially since we are talking 6 months here. Might I suggest making 5 the minimum and go 6x a week when you are so inspired? Just a thought. Either way, I'm glad that you joined!

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    *whew* Today at the gym I biked for ~10 miles (mostly uphill on their simulation game) and walked for 2 and a half.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Daaaamn. Color me impressed, Kitty.

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    Good heavens, Cat. O.o My thighs are screaming just reading that.

    I only got in 15 minutes walking yesterday b/c I felt really bad. Sheer cussedness kept me on my feet.

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    The Memes Justify the End EcK's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    I find stretching to be a pain as well. When I decide to exercise, I'm ready to be active, not sit still for 30 second intervals as I run through the muscle groups.

    6 times a week seems like a bit much for a minimum goal, especially since we are talking 6 months here. Might I suggest making 5 the minimum and go 6x a week when you are so inspired? Just a thought. Either way, I'm glad that you joined!
    Yeah true, 6 a week is not really substainable for months, just, not healthy. 5, Deal!
    I like using my elliptical bike, I used to jog, which's physically harder. But the bike goes easy on knees and feet, which is a real pro when doing at least 7 hours of cardio a week with over 2 hours long sessions coming up quite often.
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    The Memes Justify the End EcK's Avatar
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    also I don't want to do high intensity elliptical biking for the simple reason that I don't want to end up with hugehumongous godzilla legs, so I prefer longer sessions at what to me and compared to what i used to do is medium intensity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I only got in 15 minutes walking yesterday b/c I felt really bad. Sheer cussedness kept me on my feet.

    I WILL HAVE A BIKINI BODY, DARN YOU!! (even if it takes 70 years.... *ahem*)
    That's good! Is it possible that some degree of persistence will help out over time? 15 minutes is a good start.

    As for as bikini body - why would you want your body to be in two pieces? :confused:

    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    Yeah true, 6 a week is not really substainable for months, just, not healthy. 5, Deal!
    I like using my elliptical bike, I used to jog, which's physically harder. But the bike goes easy on knees and feet, which is a real pro when doing at least 7 hours of cardio a week with over 2 hours long sessions coming up quite often.
    I agree - I screwed up my knee jogging. Since it's my favorite form of exercise (I love exploring an area via a jog), I've been struggling with exercise ever since.

    I'd love to get some swimming done if I had access to a pool. Minus that, I am a fan of the elliptical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    also I don't want to do high intensity elliptical biking for the simple reason that I don't want to end up with hugehumongous godzilla legs, so I prefer longer sessions at what to me and compared to what i used to do is medium intensity.
    But how will you effectively subdue Tokyo without them?! You already have the huge humongous Godzilla head and arms! This will make for a total loss of balance!

    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    That's good! Is it possible that some degree of persistence will help out over time? 15 minutes is a good start.
    I have to use my sneak ninja attack skillz. Work my way up. Apply myself for the moments I can, and then back off. Repetition is the key, me thinks.

    As for as bikini body - why would you want your body to be in two pieces? :confused:



    I'd love to get some swimming done if I had access to a pool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I WILL HAVE A BIKINI BODY, DARN YOU!! (even if it takes 70 years.... *ahem*)
    You don't have a bikini body?!

    What the hell am I basing my bikini body on then?!!
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