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    I have been taking nanovapor for a pre workout, I like it, no crash like the other pre workouts I have taken.
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    If you're new to working out, I'd really recommend hiring a personal trainer for a few weeks or a month, so you can learn proper form for weight lifting. You can really mess yourself up by lifting wrong.

    It's also NOT being a pussy by doing floor exercises ....or core exercises... they are very important. If you go to the gym and see a bunch of broads on mats doing aerobic stuff, you should be doing that stuff too. Core training, ...it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Otterbatcat View Post
    If you're new to working out, I'd really recommend hiring a personal trainer for a few weeks or a month, so you can learn proper form for weight lifting. You can really mess yourself up by lifting wrong.

    It's also NOT being a pussy by doing floor exercises ....or core exercises... they are very important. If you go to the gym and see a bunch of broads on mats doing aerobic stuff, you should be doing that stuff too. Core training, ...it works.
    ..and it is inspiring. Nothing like a good lookin' woman who is all sweaty from a tough workout.

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    Here's my work out for tomorrow:

    Warm up with 25 burpees.


    Main Set:


    Run 1/2 mile
    20 burpees
    50 lunges (each leg)
    3 min. plank


    Run 1/2 mile
    40-40 jumping jacks (total of 80)
    40-40 push ups (total of 80)
    80 air squats
    1 min. side plank (each side)


    Beginners – 1 or 2 times through.
    Intermediate - 2 – 4 times through
    Beast Mode – 5 x


    Cool down is a 1/2 mile jog, 100 sit-ups

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    Quote Originally Posted by roberth View Post
    ..and it is inspiring. Nothing like a good lookin' woman who is all sweaty from a tough workout.
    Yes, there is also an added benefit from watching hot chicks working out.

    I'll call it............Motivation.


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    That's solid, Belly.

    Cool man.

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    Belly, I'd accept your burpee challenge of 100, if I had two good arms right now...lol

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    The best shape I've been in, in my life, was when I was following the FBI physical test. I've never really been into weight lifting, so I likely won't clog up this thread. Personally, I've found that just running a lot won't really get me to lose weight anymore. Not at the pace I run anyway. I think that minimum weight lifting (even if it's my own body weight) would be enough to get me over the bump. Final comment, I've been running for a few years, but now that I taught my daughter how to ride a bike, and dragged my wife out for a bike ride, everyone finally realized how much fun it is to go as a family. I can't tell you how excited I finally am to be the slowest one.

    EDIT: Belly, I really like that workout you posted. May have to try it. Anyone ever tried incorporating a pull-up into a burpee? Really burns you up I bet.
    Last edited by Irving; 08-22-2013 at 19:21.
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    It might take my "out of shape" ass a while to complete it, but mental fortitude is a big deal in personal improvement.

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    Nice workout Belly - that'll get 'er done.

    I've got some work to do.
    Last edited by roberth; 08-22-2013 at 19:24.

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