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post #691 of 4931 (permalink) Old 08-18-2009, 11:53 PM
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Well, I am 5'8 or 5'9 and I am currently training for sports such as soccer and hockey.. I want to be more fit then I am because I feel as if I have let myself go just a tiny bit, I think that could be due to I havn't done much to none exercise. But that will change as I get back to my hometown as I will be working out everyday.
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Probably a stupid question...
But should you stay away from working out if you are unwell?

I've had a kind of mild flu the past week or so, and the aches and pains/sore muscles have made me stay away from the exercise equipment in my home.
However, I'm going crazy not being able to use it! I feel like I'm gaining weight, just sitting around on my ass. Haha.

Any suggestions for light exercise I could possibly do in the mean time?
Or is that a bad idea?
I don't see why that would be a bad thing. If you're doing cardio, you'll sweat more. If you're weightlifting, your muscles will be tired, which is the best time to train them.

Despite all this, you'll probably have a hard time finishing a complete workout if you're hacking up phlegm and coughing up a storm. And please, stay out of the gym. That's just cruel.
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Well, I am 5'8 or 5'9 and I am currently training for sports such as soccer and hockey.. I want to be more fit then I am because I feel as if I have let myself go just a tiny bit, I think that could be due to I havn't done much to none exercise. But that will change as I get back to my hometown as I will be working out everyday.
@ 5'8 you should definitely see a six pack and all the definition that goes along with it. You don't have a strong base and foundation. Really work on the abs to gain more muscle in that core area. Hanging leg raises, decline crunches, roman v ups, squats, deadlifts, etc,.

Basically, you don't have enough muscle if the six pack isn't showing. You're virtually 5% body fat so you need to work hard on the exercising part of it then.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

This may seem like a stupid question but does lots of sweating mean you're unfit. As an amateur boxer I train 5 - 6 times a week. I thought I was fairly fit as I can go 3 rounds fine, but I sweat loads, is this a problem?
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Update: down 40 pounds (down to about 250 - my college football playing weight) since the beginning of the year. Fuck yeah.


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This may seem like a stupid question but does lots of sweating mean you're unfit. As an amateur boxer I train 5 - 6 times a week. I thought I was fairly fit as I can go 3 rounds fine, but I sweat loads, is this a problem?
Not at all. I sweat bullets as well while training. It doesn't even have to be cardio. Heavy weight with moderate intensity will have me drenched by the end of a workout. I wouldn't put too much thought into it. Sounds like you're over thinking the situation.

Besides, most boxers are in great shape for the most part.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Does tanning reduce sweat? I used to sweat pretty bad, but that was before I started cooking myself on a tanning bed weekly. Now, I don't sweat as much.
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Does tanning reduce sweat? I used to sweat pretty bad, but that was before I started cooking myself on a tanning bed weekly. Now, I don't sweat as much.
Sweating is perfectly normal while you are working out. When you are taxing your muscles, you should sweat, its the body's way of cooling itself off.

If you do a hard workout and don't sweat, you might want to worry.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Thanks for everybody so far with the advice. Yeah, I weigh in about 130 and I have weighed in at 130 for practically ever since the beginning of the year.. I want to get at a weight of 135 when school starts, but I want that extra body weight to be muscle, and I want to lose the fat.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Is it a good idea to work out about 4-5 minutes after eating?

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