Random health and exercise thoughts - Page 2869
Decent workout yesterday. Hit legs.
-Lunges in place 3x10 per leg
-Leg curl machine for hamstrings and quads 3x10
-Step ups using body weight reallll slow.
-Some shoulder work.
-Kneeling crunches using a pulley
I was out in less than an hour.
Hoping to keep my workouts at around the hour mark and move up to 4 workouts a week consistently. Need to start doing some dedicated arm work.
I'm a about 10 lbs heavier than I'd like to be given my current strength, etc. I'm not planning on doing a cut obviously, but I'm hoping to do a bit of a recomp. I'll probably add more muscle soon as I'm starting to do some leg work as well as some dedicated arm work.
i've found actually agree with our social justicey friends' ideas and beliefs a lot more when i don't have to deal with with their obnoxiously self-righteous web postings. e.g. the co-ed frat thing--once I started hiding everyone's self-important rants I began to think 'sure, forcing co-education on the frats isn't a terrible idea and is in line with the school's ideas."
But as soon as one of our dickhead acquaintances posts a self-important rant on the subject--or any subject really--I want them to get off their goddamn high horse more than I want for an abstract notion of equality or justice or whatever. Who gives an everloving fuck if you don't like macklemore seriously.
Edited by GraphicNovelty - 4/30/14 at 1:47pm
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What would even happen if I did opt out? Would they just try to find a way to fire me within a week?
Same fat girl just posted "eat clean, train mean, get lean". I hate when people are really publicly into working out, they're always in shit shape too, no one cares you did the tough mudder.
Ok, it was exactly the same situation with me. I didn't pay it, and I don't know if it hit my credit score. This would have been in 2007 so if it did hit, I can't see it now. I think he know it won't hold up since you can't roll over into a new contract without signing up for it. But I'll bet it works a lot for him to still be pulling it.
Running sucks. Probably a good sign that I need to bang away at it so I dont die of heart/lung issues at an early age.