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Old 02-20-2009, 03:16 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Default Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Currently, I am 130 and planning on hitting the gym once Spring comes around. Right now, I am trying to gain weight by eating a lot of fatty foods and downing Protein shakes right before I go to sleep. It was going good, I gained five pounds doing that, but money is tight and I can't get my prime source of energy and weight gain (The Protein shakes).

My legs are really strong from all the Tae Kwon Do I do. I usually wear weights on my legs (2.5 each)and walk whenever i can. Working in a retail store is a good work out with these weights, I am glad for buying them.

They also have this 20 pound sandbag vest at my job. I want it, but I'm not sure if I would use it as much as I can.

The Tae Kwon Do is a good work out. It builds endurance and amazing leg strength. Only problem is that it's 85% kicking, leaving my upper body weak.

I am thinking of taking vitemans, but I don't know where I should start and what exactly I need.

Also getting weights for home. But, there's a mini gym right down the street and no one really goes there. Lazy old people.

So, can I get any help?
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