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  1. #1
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    Cool Exercise Options for the Working Host

    I went kayaking with a group yesterday for the morning. Today I'm sore everywhere, even places I wouldn't expect like the abdomen. Too bad I have to drive an hour to get to the beach.

    What does everyone here do to stay in shape? Or are some of you fat blobs sitting in front of a screen?
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    Lets see? I'm 6' 1" .... weigh in @ 215 lbs

    I wouldnt consider myself a blob....

    But I have a gym membership thur work, and try to get there regularily
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    -5'12"/185#
    -ride my bike 7 miles/day, work out with dumbells regularly
    -also udda tingz like situps/pushups/pullups n' stuff
    -If I ever get sick o'sittin' in front o'my comp sometimes (yea, it can happen) I use my weider cable system
    -abdomen soreness is awesome
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    I'm not very physical...

    BTW: I'm 5'10" and 180lbs

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    I dont do any exercises really and i not to fat dunno.

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    umm im a computer dork...i spend more time on the comp then i do sleeping+spending time with family/gf+school put togethor. im nto near fat at all....i do race (motocross) though...
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    Originally posted by interactive
    umm im a computer dork...i spend more time on the comp then i do sleeping+spending time with family/gf+school put togethor. im nto near fat at all....i do race (motocross) though...
    sweet i like racing car and i used to race 4 wheelers also.

    wanted to start racing moto cross but just never got around to do it on a regular basis.

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    I am 5'11" and weighing 220 lbs. Somebody interested in wrestling?

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    Im 6'2 and 205. Not built by any aspects, nor am I what people say "cut". I am as I like to call it "Healthy", im in decent shape. And do workout on a Weider Total Body Works machine, twice a week for fifteen minutes. Its actually a fun peice of equipment to use, you slide up and down pulling ropes, keeps me healthy, and I couldnt ask for anymore.
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    I used to go kite flying everyday but just now i am having transport trouble so i'm doing nothing these days.
    I take my dog out for walks.
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    I eat, I sleep, I support, I sleep ---> cycle goes on and on....what's exercise?
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    I lift weights for an hour 6 days a week (3 day split) and do cardio on the elliptical machine for 30-40 minutes 4 days a week. I swear that machine was invented by satan. Sometimes I punch bag for 20-30 minutes if I need to de-stress. I'm not "built" by any means, but at 6'6" and 225lbs I'm in decent shape.

    Interesting thread btw

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    Exercise. ha! You mean walking from my bed to the computer in the other room isn't exercise?????

    I am 5' 6" and am not in decent shape, but actually I am trying to walk in the evenings now. It really helps to clear my head and I sleep better at night.




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    Re: Exercise Options for the Working Host

    Originally posted by mind21_98
    What does everyone here do to stay in shape? Or are some of you fat blobs sitting in front of a screen?
    type, lift coffee, walk to toilet, start over...

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    Re: Re: Exercise Options for the Working Host

    Originally posted by Haze
    type, lift coffee, walk to toilet, start over...
    LOL. What's your one rep max? I once managed two double lattes and a white chocolate mocha

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    I do a couple of rounds on my punch bag every morning, and play quite a bit of golf which involves lots of walking. I do lots of hiking and other sports which keep me fit but I do love my food and am 5'11'' and weigh 17.5 stone.

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    Re: Re: Re: Exercise Options for the Working Host

    Originally posted by AQHost
    What's your one rep max?
    Hrm? Come again?

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    I do a couple of rounds on my punch bag every morning...
    Hehe...that's the best exercise. Thanks you hit the punch bag only.

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    Re: Re: Re: Re: Exercise Options for the Working Host

    Originally posted by Haze


    Hrm? Come again?

    One rep max refers to weight lefting...

    And whats the maximum weight you did, out of a series of reps...

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