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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    Almost forgot. I did my A lifting workout today, but am not in the mood to type it all out like I did with my B workout the other day. Perhaps on Wed.

    I also walked 60 minutes, and then ate way too much vegetarian pizza. That'll be my evil meal for the week - no dietary cheats tomorrow.
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    Worked out last night by jumping around onstage for 3+ hours. Am totally sore today.

    I'm enjoying the challenge, but the P in me is annoyed that I have to say I cheated if I don't have time to squeeze in 2 more workouts by tomorrow. I've been eating extremely well, and walking more and taking more stairs when I can.
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    Tallulah brings up an interesting point. If we do an alternate activity like swimming or playing basketball some day that is not our stated contest-approved workout activity, should that count for something? I'd hate to think that I might swim for an hour and have to use a cheat if I don't also do my official workout that day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    Worked out last night by jumping around onstage for 3+ hours. Am totally sore today.

    I'm enjoying the challenge, but the P in me is annoyed that I have to say I cheated if I don't have time to squeeze in 2 more workouts by tomorrow. I've been eating extremely well, and walking more and taking more stairs when I can.
    Well, I certainly don't want people to feel punished when they are seeing positive results, as that's not very motivating.

    Since your lifestyle isn't the same as it was when this contest first began, would you want to update your health goals to more accurately reflect that? Say, 2 exercises a week, and put 1 cheat up for stake on the idea of walking and taking more steps when you can. I trust your judgment on if you hold true to the spirit of the goal come the end of the week.

    Or if you have other ideas, I'm listening.

    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    Tallulah brings up an interesting point. If we do an alternate activity like swimming or playing basketball some day that is not our stated contest-approved workout activity, should that count for something?
    I have been counting alternative types of exercise when people tell me about them. When it comes to cheats, I've only been keeping track of frequency. (I.E. they do something 3x or 4x a week.) I do keep track of the specific exercises for stalkerish informational reasons.

    I sort of consider the idea of alternates being okay covered by #7 of the OP.

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    Ack! Come on people. Calling things cheats are like saying it's always a bad thing. Which isn't necessarily true.

    Call it alternative activity.

    Just like the occasional piece of chocolate when you are on a diet(another word with negative connotations) isn't a bad thing when the cravings hit. What's bad is when you lose control and eat the whole bar, or box, in one sitting.

    Something that makes your blood pump, but isn't necessarily traditional exercise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    Something that makes your blood pump, but isn't necessarily traditional exercise.
    This. Bodies adapt to the same exercise routine, so it's good to mix it up a bit!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    Something that makes your blood pump, but isn't necessarily traditional exercise.
    Anything that makes your blood pump is exercise. Sex is exercise.

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