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30 Minutes of No Impact Exercise

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by BassTrackerBoats, Mar 8, 2015.

  1. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I'm a pretty big believer in getting some physical exercise on a regular basis... you can get 30 minutes of exercise in without much issue just about every day if you just decide to do it (.05 Royalty to Nike).

    I used to do the Insanity workout by Beachbody but it was just too much on my knees and would cause them to swell up some so I do a low impact bike ride on a regular basis. I get the cardio I need, work some muscles pretty good and burn a bunch of calories in the process PLUS it helps clear my head.

    If you are not doing something at least a few times a week exercise wise, you could be making a mistake.

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    I use an App called MapMyRide which is free which gives me all the data I care to have for what I do.

    What are you doing to take care of yourself?
     
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    nothing much as an exercise but walk around 3 kms everyday :)
     
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  3. rabbitking

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    I have 6 packs on my fingers from typing if that counts. :p

    My Main Routine:

    1. Pouring heavy pots of water into a coffee maker.
    2. Clicking and scrolling my mouse vigorously.

    Hell I even reach way up and adjust my PC screen sometimes to stretch my shoulders.
     
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  4. manolo12399

    manolo12399 Senior Member

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    I like to eat pretty healty, wake up early bike ride, during the day I do Push up, do biceps , bar and sit ups, all in the office, while I work, in the evening I do another bik ride, all this pretty everyday,
     
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    You sound just like me, damn.
     
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    I try to workout 5 times a week in evenings for about 60-90 mins. Helps me clear mind and take break from IM :)
    Diet is very essential if you are looking to gain some muscle.
     
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    jogging is good for health, bro
     
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    Hmmm, I seem to be the polar opposite. I can't stand no impact stuff... I usually train about 2,5-3 hours a week in total, focusing on strength training (8-12 reps, 3 sets) and high intensity workouts.

    My favorite... and my worst enemy at the same time :D



    If you can do that workout in full, you'll have absolutely ridiculous cardio.
     
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    today:
    normal push up 20x
    diamond push up 20x
    skipping 200x
    different style of dumbell work out 100x

    tomorrow:
    rest

    another tomorrow:
    normal push up 20x
    diamond push up 20x
    skipping 200x
    different style of six-pax work out total 100x

    next day
    rest

    repeat and repeat..
     
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    I would highly recommend you take up weight training. After the age of 30 you lose 10%/of your muscle mass/decade.
     
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  11. cro-mag

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    I`m also doing Insanity, BassTrackerBoats, every single morning I woke up at 3:30 AM to make my exercises
     
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  12. BreaknBrix

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    I've always been more of a runner as I feel like it's more efficient and you can get a lot more done in a lot less time.

    I can get my heart up much faster and sweat my balls off during a good run. Plus I like the fact I can run virtually anywhere when outside. I can run up the dunes, on the beach, by the river or the bay. There are so many beautiful, but rugged landscapes around here where you just can't take a bike. And what I really don't like about biking it's just hella distracting. I'm looking over my back every minute for cars, watching the curb, looking out for potholes and stones.

    TBO, I think my real issue with bikes was a somewhat traumatic experience I had when I was 16. I was on my bike riding one day, blinded by a bush and slammed by a car going 35mph. I could have died that day the way I was launched through the air and ever since then I've had an aversion to bikes. It's not that I can't ride them. It's that when I do, I'm hyper alert to EVERYTHING. Every car that passes I can't keep my eyes off them till they pass. Sometimes I'm staring so hard I actually lean and steer towards the cars lol.

    With running, it's the total opposite. I can put my head down, get in the zone and not be distracted by anything.

    Then at the gym after I finish weights it's usually 6 sets of abs, 20 mins on the elliptical and 20 on the stair climber. AFAIC, nothing's as brutal as stairs. Cause I can recall very few times where I've vomited while running / doing sprints but stairs always make my head spin like a top. :)
     
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