or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Culture › Health & Body › Random health and exercise thoughts
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Random health and exercise thoughts - Page 3651

post #54751 of 57265
Quote:
Originally Posted by gong View Post

saw a dude in the gym with a dslr tripod etc filming the most trivial weights

couldn't help but laugh

My coach wanted me to get him better footage frown.gif
post #54752 of 57265
Another Tuesday session done means another week until dumbbell split squats. Fffffffffffffff dumbbell split squats.
Quote:
Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

Has it been effective in your cut?

I got a road bike a few months ago and it made losing weight harder, because any ride for any appreciable distance/at any appreciable effort level made me hungry as hell. That's on me though, I suppose its just like anything else once you adapt to it. You can burn crazy calories without (seemingly) as much effort (in my case).

sup btw
post #54753 of 57265
Thread Starter 
just do mma 3x a week u faggots

also getting turned into human lasagna is a great way to shed 50-90% of your body weight.
post #54754 of 57265
we had hand-to-hand CQC stuff in the military and that was by far the most boring shit I've ever done. Too biased to do any fight sports after that.
post #54755 of 57265

CQC?

post #54756 of 57265
Thread Starter 
Close quarters combat. I promise you that mma is far more interesting than weightlifting. Not that it's a substitute for lifting heavy things.
post #54757 of 57265
Recovering from PRK surgery, today was the first time I could exercise in 2 weeks. Wanted to see how many pushups I could do in 1 hour, got 679. It doesn't seem like a lot, but after 500 it's hard to do sets higher than 20.
post #54758 of 57265
Quote:
Originally Posted by Eason View Post

I promise you that mma is far more interesting than weightlifting

You're an english major, so the concept of preferences might seem like a bit hard for you.
post #54759 of 57265
Quote:
Originally Posted by Big Pun View Post

Recovering from PRK surgery, today was the first time I could exercise in 2 weeks. Wanted to see how many pushups I could do in 1 hour, got 679. It doesn't seem like a lot, but after 500 it's hard to do sets higher than 20.

Having eye surgery stops you from exercising? Do they tell you not to exercise? or is it because you cant see

post #54760 of 57265
I was a science major so i definitely understand bias.

Eye thing is probably related to intraocular pressure during workouts.
post #54761 of 57265
I guess. And I couldn't get sweat in my eye.
post #54762 of 57265
Quote:
Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post
 

Having eye surgery stops you from exercising? Do they tell you not to exercise? or is it because you cant see

I think it is because of the pressure when you exercise... it is bad for the eyes after surgery. Ocular hypertension is very important to keep at bay... 

post #54763 of 57265
Quote:
Originally Posted by Big Pun View Post

I guess. And I couldn't get sweat in my eye.
Think this is the main reason. It was certainly why I was told not to exercise after lasik. That and no contact sport for 6 months!
post #54764 of 57265
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chulillo View Post
 

I think it is because of the pressure when you exercise... it is bad for the eyes after surgery. Ocular hypertension is very important to keep at bay... 

ahh interesting

post #54765 of 57265

Current physique at 205 lbs.

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

Thinking of doing a mini cut to get a bit leaner, and from there go on a longer weight gain again. 

Have gained weight continuously for about a year and a half so its feels like time for a break before I go on.

Will not do a harsh cut, just take it slow and maybe lose 10 pounds to 195. If training suffers I'll prob stop.

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Health & Body
Styleforum › Forums › Culture › Health & Body › Random health and exercise thoughts