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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    It's nice to see Udog in such a playful mood
    Careful, or I will taunt you with public displays of affection. We all know how evil those are.

    I'm quickly realizing if I don't get my workouts in in the morning they just aren't going to happen for me.

    So.. New routine. during school days, work out DVDs. Fridays a run day.
    Also, I'm starting over this push-up program. I can't remember what day I was on, so whatever! I start tomorrow with a good run day (if it's not raining!! If it is..well.. I'll play with the Wii )

    My goal per week: At least 2 out of the 4 work out days during school, and a run sometime during the weekend, and fulfilling the push-up program.
    Good adjustments! School is important enough that you shouldn't feel guilty when it forces you to miss a day. Yet, it's still important to keep up the good work, if nothing else, to maintain your progress.

    Oh, and I agree with you about working out first thing in the morning. I was the most successful during the few weeks where I was waking up at 4:30am (ick, though!) and working out before coming into work. I was sleeping better, in better moods, and simply LOVED the fact that I didn't have to worry about exercising in the afternoons.

    Honestly, I think that's what I need to do to break my slump.

    New Goal: Work out before work on two of the 3 days I don't have physical therapy. If I don't make the goal, I have to use a cheat.

    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    I couldn't resist :P

    Carl on Fitness

    Hahaha! Truer words have never been spoken. However, I do wish to look good for when I meet my untimely demise by kitchen utensils. (If I keep making sexist jokes, it may be sooner rather than later, too.)

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    Hi
    I did my exercises for the week!

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
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    I did my exercises for the week!
    You go Mum.

    I didn't do jack diddly this week. Someone castigate me, I feel my martyr complex coming on.







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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
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    I did my exercises for the week!
    Very nice. Did your shoulder cooperate this week?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    You go Mum.

    I didn't do jack diddly this week. Someone castigate me, I feel my martyr complex coming on.
    DUDE! You are one of the bastions of the forums! No slacking for you!

    Everytime I hear someone workout, they're like, "I just thought about what Biaxident would do, and I forced myself to work harder".

    Perhaps you should ask yourself, "What would Biaxident do?"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    DUDE! You are one of the bastions of the forums! No slacking for you!

    Everytime I hear someone workout, they're like, "I just thought about what Biaxident would do, and I forced myself to work harder".

    Perhaps you should ask yourself, "What would Biaxident do?"

    LOL! What a load of bull.

    Most people don't even pay attention when I make more than a smart-ass comment. Which is fine with me.

    I don't think many know that actually is me in my avatar. And some actively hate my avatar, which I find amusing.

    I do appreciate the sentiment though.



    Hmmm..."What would Biaxident do?" Laugh it off, and keep going.

    Bull-headed stubbornness has its place in life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    LOL! What a load of bull.
    I played it up a bit, but I have honestly heard a couple of people saying that they saw you as a source of inspiration. I'm 100% serious about that. There aren't many buff INFPs running around here, and you show that it can be done.

    Also, yes, bull-headed stubbornness has its perks. Except those damn red capes are always so distracting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    I played it up a bit, but I have honestly heard a couple of people saying that they saw you as a source of inspiration. I'm 100% serious about that. There aren't many buff INFPs running around here, and you show that it can be done.

    Also, yes, bull-headed stubbornness has its perks. Except those damn red capes are always so distracting.

    LOL! Okay, you win.

    When I get bull-headed, it's hard to distract me at all. I have to be bleeding out, or a bomb would have to have gone off. Otherwise I get grumpy.

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    30 minutes on the exercise bike, 30 minute brisk walk, weights and isolation exercises. Being really mad is motivational.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    Being really mad is motivational.
    Yes it is. It can sometimes motivate you to make changes, when nothing else will.

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