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post #1021 of 4933 (permalink) Old 05-28-2010, 12:05 PM Thread Starter
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You haven't missed much. Same thing, I'm out of shape, need a miracle, do it all for me. Blah, blah, blah.....
Yah seems that way. All you got to do is a little research on google and you will find thousands of websites that can get you going in the right direction. People expecting within a few months are crazy.

My situation at the moment is pretty much no gym time. I got a physically demanding job in water and sewer company so I am pretty much doing compound lifts all day long which has actually has brought my strength gains up. Physique wise I lost a little though, not a big deal to me. Been doing cardio every couple of days in 45 minute sessions to stay slim.

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post #1022 of 4933 (permalink) Old 06-03-2010, 02:13 PM
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Best way to loose body fat in general...GO!!?

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post #1023 of 4933 (permalink) Old 06-03-2010, 02:17 PM
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You haven't missed much. Same thing, I'm out of shape, need a miracle, do it all for me. Blah, blah, blah.....
Shit attitude to take, you can take a lot of motivation - especially as a beginner - by getting a personal response on here from someone who knows what they're talking about. Its hard otherwise; you get lost in a sea of posts that you don't understand.

There's a bit of a shit attitude in this thread in general - and on other forums on this topic. There's some genuine posters who are willing to help, others sit back and make the odd comment like yours Rajah. What is the point? Its the 'elite' lot - the ones who have actually got somewhere - who seem to be unwilling to help anyone else.

Sorry for a bit of a rant. Maybe someone could organise a good little FAQ to put on the first post? Saves trawling through so many pages, plus you'll get an informed answer. I've posted questions that have probably been answered before, but it doesn't make my question any less valid. Also then you won't get annoyed at repeated questions, and the discussion can continue with new questions.


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Eat better.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Usually never post in here, but what the hell right? Any runners in this thread? .. Dumb question of course there are, haha Been running a lot lately, gives me a nice little escape and is a way for me to stay active and not be bored.

Quick question: I have very bad posture, it isn't from slouching or anything it's because I have a bit of scoliosis. Which if you didn't know curves the spine. I can do situps and all that but it isn't always a pleasant task, any tips to execute a good sit up without relying too much pressure on the spine? or other exercises that might help out my back a bit? Thanks.

... Not really a quick question, haha. oh well.



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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

My wife has scoliosis so I know all about it.

As for sit ups - DON'T DO THEM! Crunches are the way to go. Putting my "shit attitude" aside, crunches are similar to a situp but nowhere near as much pressure on the back.

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Eat better.
Pretty much. One my favourite ways is to save up your favourite junk foods (chocolate, chips, curry, whatever) and have them occasionally. You don't miss out on what you like best, and you appreciate it a lot more when you have them.



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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

In addition to what Rajah said, doing crunches on a exercise ball can also help in strengthening your core muscles and help reduce the overcompensation of your spinal muscles to keep you balanced.


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My wife has scoliosis so I know all about it.

As for sit ups - DON'T DO THEM! Crunches are the way to go. Putting my "shit attitude" aside, crunches are similar to a situp but nowhere near as much pressure on the back.

Thanks for the advice, I do both so I think ill ditch the Sit-ups. I just did them because I thought they would stretch out my back more, but I guess it's just making it worse. Lol, thanks for the vid.

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In addition to what Rajah said, doing crunches on a exercise ball can also help in strengthening your core muscles and help reduce the overcompensation of your spinal muscles to keep you balanced.
Been meaning to pick one up. In the meantime I just use soft mats or a light pillow. Doing it just on the carpet is a bit annoying. Again thanks for the heads up.



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post #1030 of 4933 (permalink) Old 06-13-2010, 09:52 AM
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Slight shakes when lifting...whats that about? I can lift the weight so I don't think its a question of it being too heavy.
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