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    Senior Member Moiety's Avatar
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    Routine? Routine, you say??

    I managed to run 4 times a week for like, 5 weeks and I consider that a personal victory. I'm now in desperate need of some hardcore exercise so be sure to make yourself heard when you start publishing your blog. I'd be very interested to know what is the best way to deal with the boredom that is working out...

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    I primarily practice martial arts, I do some cardio, a lot of stretching, and some running. I swim when I can, and I trek on holidays.

    I enjoy exercise a lot. Simply put, my reasons for exercising are just that it makes me feel good. I feel fitter, get less tired, and am able to enjoy Nature's bounty on long treks. I find that a good exercise session either calms me down and generally makes me feel pleasant, or it boosts me up like anything so that I actually behave like I'm on drugs. (I'm being serious - really) I think I'm addicted to it - I find myself craving the 'rush' and get cranky if I don't get any for a few days.

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    25 minutes on the treadmill - lots of inclines
    10 minutes on the rowing machine
    10 minutes on the eliptical

    because it makes me feel good and I want a nice bum.

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    8:00 PM - put down book; vaguely realize that my family owns a treadmill
    8:05 PM - contemplate as to why I never use it
    8:15 PM - go in search of something that slightly resembles exercise clothing
    8:30 PM - choose random settings and start
    8:40 PM - stop treadmill, suddenly remembering why I hate the thing to begin with
    8:45 PM - shower
    9:00 PM - go back to reading, somewhat frustrated that I just lost an hour

    Otherwise, I do tae kwon-do.
    [insert funny quote/saying/etc.]

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    In truth, so I can eat dessert. Because I married a phy ed teacher. Because it clears my head and I get my best thoughts while running. Because it's beautiful in the nature reserve by our house.

    I run 3x a week if my knee isn't bugging me, walk most other days. Try for weights at least twice a week but hate them--excuses abound. Winter, we just got a great elliptical and I use it a lot--can read or watch movies with it.
    edcoaching

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    Thanks for the replies, it's helping out
    "Honest differences are often a healthy sign of progress. "

    "You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty."

    "An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind."

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