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    I am SUPER excited about this challenge. Yay for us!

    Also excited that I kept to my daily goal today - 35 mins of cardio and 15 minutes of upper body weights.

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    I know we haven't officially started but just wanted to say that I already feel motivated...

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    Great, guys! I'm pretty excited about this too. In that sort of subtle, is-he-really-excited-at-all INFP way that we do.

    I already know my lifting days this week will be Tu, Th, and Sa. I'll fit in a cardio day either Fr or Su, depending on how my schedule works out. I'll weigh myself tomorrow morning.

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    I am going to start 9-6. I wanna eat fatty food at the state fair dammit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitseleh View Post
    I am going to start 9-6. I wanna eat fatty food at the state fair dammit.
    What does that have to do with your exercise routine? That's mainly what we are keeping track of in this thread. Eat the fatty food at the State Fair, but continue with the exercise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    What does that have to do with your exercise routine? That's mainly what we are keeping track of in this thread. Eat the fatty food at the State Fair, but continue with the exercise.
    Ok, sorry, it more healthy eating/exercise for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitseleh View Post
    Ok, sorry, it more healthy eating/exercise for me.
    It's alright - considering the deliciousness of deep friend Twinkies, I don't blame you for trying. No need to not exercise just because you wish to enjoy their splendor, though. Glad to see you are still with us.

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    Okay, I have a stupid question.

    What do you guys mean by "cardio?" I mean, I know it's short for cardiovascular, so we're talking stuff to get the heart rate up, but what specifically are y'all doing when you just use "cardio" as a noun like that?
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    ^ Walking, running, biking, swimming, skating, jumping.. These all work for 'cardio'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Okay, I have a stupid question.

    What do you guys mean by "cardio?" I mean, I know it's short for cardiovascular, so we're talking stuff to get the heart rate up, but what specifically are y'all doing when you just use "cardio" as a noun like that?
    It essentially means aerobic exercises. Like Kyuuei said. They keep your heart rate up for extended periods of time, ideally > 20 minutes I believe.

    Compare that to weight training, where the objective is to work in short bursts to improve strength and increase muscle mass.

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