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Old 22nd May 2016, 20:34
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That diet plan by the way isn't really suitable for everyone. It's kind of hard at first to maintain.
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Old 22nd May 2016, 20:58
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Well done mate.

I worked out religiously for a couple of years when I was younger, lifting weights, but shit got in the way in the end.

It was the best I'd ever felt but it's hard for me to do exercise like that anymore.

It has to be fun for me to do it now.

Just been on the news that Just Eat could be in real trouble. Now I know why.

You can put Fosters and Bud out of business next.
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Old 22nd May 2016, 21:01
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Oh don't worry, I don't think I'll ever give up Just Eat, Fosters and Budweiser They are the fuel of life.

I'll just have to start having 9 pints instead of 10 from now on
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Old 22nd May 2016, 21:08
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lol

I think your goal should be to have a few on friday and saturday night and a Just Eat on those nights too.

The people that can manage that and look after themselves on week days have got it sorted.

I managed to do it for a few months but went back to drinking and eating like a pig every single day again.

Need to go back to just eating what I wan't on weekends now I've eliminated booze from my diet.
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Old 3rd June 2016, 18:05
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I am intending to become a Royal Marine so I do their training programme with muscle work on top. I have always loved exercise and it one of my only interests.
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Old 30th June 2016, 23:28
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I bought "Charles Bronson's Solitary Fitness" book from the charity shop yesterday. I kind of only did for a laugh really not expecting too much from it. However, 2 days in I'm thoroughly enjoying it! I love the no nonsense way he motivates you to get moving and I'm enjoying the exercises as well. It also appeals to me that he designed this as a direct result of being in prison, particularly solitary confinement, and that's pretty much my reality atm as well! He has 32 days planned out so I intend to follow them all and see what shape I can finish up in.
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Old 1st July 2016, 21:56
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Did 2 mins cross-trainer today and 10 mins rower, should have done muscles but so tired i gave up and will do them tomoz. Did some press-ups and pull-ups tho.
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Old 1st July 2016, 22:03
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I bought "Charles Bronson's Solitary Fitness" book from the charity shop yesterday. I kind of only did for a laugh really not expecting too much from it. However, 2 days in I'm thoroughly enjoying it! I love the no nonsense way he motivates you to get moving and I'm enjoying the exercises as well. It also appeals to me that he designed this as a direct result of being in prison, particularly solitary confinement, and that's pretty much my reality atm as well! He has 32 days planned out so I intend to follow them all and see what shape I can finish up in.
I bought that about half a year ago. It's a great book. It's effective because it incorporates isometrics into the mix as well.

You can ignore the chapter on penis enlargement though
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Old 1st July 2016, 22:21
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I bought that about half a year ago. It's a great book. It's effective because it incorporates isometrics into the mix as well.

You can ignore the chapter on penis enlargement though
I haven't got to that chapter yet. I'm happy with my clitoris size so I'll skip any excerises aimed at the downstairs region.

I read the first page of the solitary cow punch chapter and was sold on that alone. I have to say other than his penchance for violence and throwing people over his head, I'm strangely drawn to him. I like his mindset and he says exactly the right things that motivate me best and in a hilarious way to boot.
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Old 13th July 2016, 19:48
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i'm doing pretty good with the cut i'm on at the moment, maintaining strength while losing fat. no real dip in performance which I put down to the work I put into planning my diet. regularly walk 10-15 miles ontop of weight training, been at this since around easter.

started using a gym that includes access to some boxing equipment. does anyone here incorporate heavy bag into their exercises/training? looking for recommendations on decent gloves.
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Old 22nd April 2017, 17:15
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Pressups is my current thing, i can't be arsed with free weights and the like right now. Also, pullups but i'm not finding any consistency with those.

I've found four methods with the pressups: wide, incline, diamond/close hand and fists. I can manage 40-45 to start with, then either two following sets of 30 OR 25-20-15 with short rests between. I don't mix the methods up, it's always around 100 on one stance before i go on to the next.

Yeah, i don't know why i'm posting this - maybe someone may advise me on a better way to do things - i also want to document my progress, i might post monthy.
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Old 28th May 2017, 02:46
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Diarrhea is a good way to lose weight. I follow this program.
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Old 28th May 2017, 03:02
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I had a long hard walk at cheddar gorge today. But god there was a lot of people on the trail today. Made it very uncomfortable. As if the walk itself wasn't hard enough. People should seriously have more consideration. They should have totally just stayed home so I could've had the whole of cheddar gorge to myself and not worry. Me me me

I also slipped and got my jeans covered in mud. But I slipped on purpose. I wanted to complete the look. My jeans are already torn so i figured muddy would complete them.
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Old 23rd July 2017, 18:11
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Doing weighted calisthenics, high frequency, along with PLP. Recently switched up my training, and this new one I'm doing is so freekin good, and I'm feeling good and strong.
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Old 30th July 2017, 12:57
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I'm looking for some form of fitness which has a social element to it. I've thought of gym classes and yoga but it seems like people just go to the class then leave straight after with little socialising involved (fair enough). Dance classes are too intense, I went to one and absolutely hated it. Any suggestions?
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Old 4th August 2017, 21:07
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^ I find gym classes the most sociable. I rarely attend the gym now. If you make an effort to talk to people they will generally respond.

I love classes. I could go to 7 a week if I had the time. My favourites are body pump, aerobics, and boxing classes.
Since moving I'm going to change my gym to one more locally.

In the past Ive been a bit of a council gym snob.
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Old 18th August 2017, 10:42
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I go to PureGym and the classes are included in the monthly subscription. I mainly go to circuts and find it more enjoyable than a normal gym visit mainly because it is more motivating and there is a good range of cardio and various resistance exercises.

I wouldn't mind trying Yoga because I have found from the basic stretching exercises (where you have to stand on one leg etc) that my balance is pretty poor.
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