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    I have to walk outside a lot.

    Or maybe I should call it "trekking."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    I have to walk outside a lot.

    Or maybe I should call it "trekking."
    Well, that's good, but you have to find a way to do *more* than you do already.

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    I kind of think the fact that half of my route is covered in uneven packed snow and the other half is covered in even, slippery packed snow is kind of forcing the issue.
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    This thread is for discussing exercise you do, not excuses for why you didn't exercise. Focus on discovering solutions, not problems. Focus on what you've done, not what you haven't done.

    Just sayin'.
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    Then why is Qippolth yelling at me to do cardio, if it's about focusing on what I've done rather on what I haven't done?

    Fuck.

    You say one thing and then you do another.

    This is why I hate myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Then why is Qippolth yelling at me to do cardio, if it's about focusing on what I've done rather on what I haven't done?
    So you can post here! And you did your situps.. keep it coming. I think Random was just responding to your initial post.

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    I can't answer for him but to clarify, I meant saying "I did 25 curls" is more productive than "I suck because I didn't want to do cardio because the ground is snowy so I didn't do it". I wasn't referring to others offering suggestions for improving. That's a major point of this thread, actually. There are spaces elsewhere for venting.

    Cardio is absolutely necessary for good fitness and health, of course. And it certainly is important for losing weight (although diet is perhaps more important).
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    Oh, that was a misunderstanding then. Haph was indicating that his route to walk is extra hard this time of year.. thus an increase in cardio.

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    I don't know, I just think that slipping, as I am prone to do, and breaking my ankle on ice, is rather counterproductive.

    Feel free to disagree with me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    I don't know, I just think that slipping, as I am prone to do, and breaking my ankle on ice, is rather counterproductive.

    Feel free to disagree with me.

    Jog in place, 7 minutes. No posting here till you do.
    (I can't enforce this suggestion, but I strongly suggest you follow it.)

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