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post #44971 of 57265

Dear Rhet,

 

I'm sorry that I'm going to let you down, but I'm giving up le squats, even le frontsies, forevah. :/

 

Leg feels a bit weird today and not in the DOMS way. Lunges/split squats/leg curls, here I come.

 

Have access to a pool, so I'll start doing that a bit as well.


Edited by ridethecliche - 6/13/14 at 4:19pm
post #44972 of 57265
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

Swimming sounds good. There's a pool at the Y. I kind of hate being outdoors during the summer unless it's complete relaxation due to humidity and general oppressiveness of heat. 
I also suck at swimming and haven't done any form of swimming in about 10 years so it will probably a hell of a workout haha. I'll do a few laps tomorrow after I train and see how it goes. Otherwise might just do intervals on the treadmill until I figure something out. Pickup bball sounds good.
Swimming will pick your fitness up quickly and I found its good for getting rid of soreness too, probably the pressure of the water forcing the blood around the body. I tend to go swimming every couple of years for one or two months, get pretty damn fit from it and then the novelty wears off and I give up. I was going to go this week until they tried to charge me £5 for one hour :O
post #44973 of 57265

I know swimming would kick my ass cos I am not a good swimmer. I just don't tell people that cos I'm from Sydney and was raised 5 minutes from some of the worlds best beaches.

post #44974 of 57265
+1 for cycling. I really miss the NYC parks though. Prospect Park, Central Park... literally perfect cycling training loops.
post #44975 of 57265
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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post

+1 for cycling. I really miss the NYC parks though. Prospect Park, Central Park... literally perfect cycling training loops.

 

That's pretty sad :/

post #44976 of 57265
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That's pretty sad :/
Whats sad?
post #44977 of 57265
Goddamnit rangers
post #44978 of 57265
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

When I'm saying "cardio" I'm not saying I want to be a marathon runner, it would be 2, maybe 3, days a week for about 30 minutes max just for general health and for something to do.

Buy a skipping rope
post #44979 of 57265

Bros, my lat pull down went up!!!!!!!!!!! I hit 290, the full stack twice tonight!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I took a video but after I was fatigued so my form was sloppy...Debating whether to post it...Cuz...you...know...

 

post #44980 of 57265
^ Umm, good job, I guess. A 2 rep max on lat pulldown usually isn't something people brag/get excited about.
post #44981 of 57265

People might not get excited about it but that fact I'm able to do it tells me I'm getting stronger! Therefore, I'm excited and pumped!

post #44982 of 57265
I bet you could pull just claiming to be Mats Zuccarello smile.gif
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Goddamnit rangers
post #44983 of 57265
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Goddamnit rangers

I know that feel bro. McDonagh gonna be having nightmares about that post forever.
post #44984 of 57265
Quark is the best cutting food. 15g of protein, 4g carb 0 fat per 100g and its ridiculously filling. Had 500g for breakfast mixed with cinnamon and splenda, which is like 300 cals. Painful as fuck to finish it because its so damn dense, like eating a block of cream cheese.
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Originally Posted by Evolve View Post

^ Umm, good job, I guess. A 2 rep max on lat pulldown usually isn't something people brag/get excited about.

There are some posters on sf who talk endlessly about their pull-ups/muscle-up ability, sooooo
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