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Old 04-08-2010, 10:22 AM   #931 (permalink)
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guys I really need help, Im fat and wanna loose weight. I started brisk walking but my stamina really sucks ass and I wana start jogging, Ive heard stamina builds but mine is SOOO bad. I get really de-motivated....How do I build my stamina up man it fucking sucks cause I feel really nice after a nice brisk walk and wana start jogging but when I do I get tired in a fucking few seconds like bad, I really need some tips or any motivational shit to get me going man.Any tips?
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Old 04-08-2010, 10:44 AM   #932 (permalink)
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how long do you 'brisk walk' for? Don't get too far ahead of yourself, you're not going to transform overnight. Weight loss is a gradual process and you've got to be prepared for that. For a very basic principle remember Frequency, Intensity, Time and Type. Basically frequency refers to how often you train, intensity is how hard you work, time is the duration of each workout and Type refers to what exercise you're doing.

Now not knowing what you're doing now these figures are just estimates but try and walk twice a week for 30 mins at a reasonably high intensity for your level (so in your case brisk walk). You'll notice (or hopefully notice) that as time goes on you're able to do the walk more easily than you did at the start. This is when you have to up either frequency, time or the intensity. Only modify one of these variables at a time.

Now some people find it hard to find time to put aside for exercising so if time is a problem for you then there's various ways to increase your energy expenditure during the day. Instead of using the elevator use the stairs, if you drive to work, park a little further away and walk, if you catch public transport get off the bus a stop earlier than you normally would.

Personally if i'm having trouble getting motivated i'll use music to give me a bit of a perk up. Some people try and envisage their goals and what they want to progress to as a way of motivating themselves. Really depends on what works for you. Try and set some goals for yourself that you can use as a form of checkpoint. Say your long term goal is to be able to jog for 30 mins, set some short term goals that are attainable and work to make each of those. A lot of people start exercising and if you ask them why, a general response is to lose 10, 15, 20 kg/pounds etc but they don't have specific goals to work for. So they see a bit of weight come off but as its nowhere near what they're eventually trying to achieve they become disheartened and demotivated.

so basically, set some short term and some long term goals to aim for, stick to the FITT principle and be prepared to work over a period of time to reach your goal.
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Old 04-08-2010, 12:56 PM   #933 (permalink)
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hitting the gym is the best way to keep you in shape,burn your calories!
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Old 04-08-2010, 01:03 PM   #934 (permalink)
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^^ gym environments can be intimidating for some people, its easier said than done.
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Old 04-08-2010, 01:12 PM   #935 (permalink)
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Thanks for the suggestion man.
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Old 04-08-2010, 02:06 PM   #936 (permalink)
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^^ gym environments can be intimidating for some people, its easier said than done.
I agree with this, it was for me for a long time, but it all comes down to "do you want to get in shape or not" Sure, there will be some assholes that stare at you and try to make fun of something you are doing... this happens at most gyms, then you have some guys that are willing to help you. Doesn't matter, if you are serious, go, do some basic lifts, push yourself, and get stronger and better. All the while, start learning how to workout by researching online. I learned alot just by going to websites and learning.

For me, going to the gym is half of the battle... for a long time I would sit there and fight with myself... go to the gym, don't go to the gym, then I'd finally go and kill it every time..

If you aren't going to be able to join a gym, do your basic push ups, sit ups, dips, pull ups if you can. Get some dumbells and go some stuff with them... and walk. For me, if I walk and there's not a TV in front of me, I have to have an IPod. Without music, I'm getting bored in 5 minutes or less. Push yourself every time, that makes you better... if you go and walk for 30 minutes at 3mph, and aren't that tired after, you didn't do yourself any good with respect of increasing stamina.

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Old 04-25-2010, 06:19 AM   #937 (permalink)
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hey guys just wondering since all of you on here are wrestling fans, how many of you are bodybuilders yourselves?

ill start it off, been building for about 2 and a half years entering comps next year
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I'm nowhere near the level most you guys are at with regards to competitions etc... But I love weight training, I was in decent shape when I started in January this year and since then I've lost nearly 10kg, very recently I've been taking creatinine and glutamine to go with my whey
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when I work out, I do about 41 sit ups, 17 crunches, 5 jogs around the block where I live, I can bunch press 300 lbs and I eat some healthy foods to keep my athletic figure.
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when I work out, I do about 41 sit ups, 17 crunches, 5 jogs around the block where I live, I can bunch press 300 lbs and I eat some healthy foods to keep my athletic figure.
Wow I figured that workout would consist of a hell of alot more for someone who apparantly has a near record level bench press for a woman!
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