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    A universal gym. Or as I call her, "the GF". Once every 1.38 days is enough to keep the spare tire at bay...:P

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    Monday- Chest, triceps, stomach/core, jump rope (cardio).

    Tuesday- Biceps, shoulders, back, kettlebell tabata (cardio).

    Wednesday- Legs, stomach/core, stairs (cardio).

    Thursday- Chest, triceps, jump rope

    Friday- Biceps, shoulders, back, stomach/core, kettlebell tabata.

    Saturday- pushups, maybe some light cardio.

    Diet for me has been key as well. I'm currently 6'2", 225 and rocking size 36 pants. That's senior year of HS for me (25 years ago).

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    [QUOTE=Jetworks;4380066]Monday- Chest, triceps, stomach/core, jump rope (cardio).

    Tuesday- Biceps, shoulders, back, kettlebell tabata (cardio).

    Wednesday- Legs, stomach/core, stairs (cardio).

    Thursday- Chest, triceps, jump rope

    Friday- Biceps, shoulders, back, stomach/core, kettlebell tabata.

    Saturday- pushups, maybe some light cardio.

    Diet for me has been key as well. I'm currently 6'2", 225 and rocking size 36 pants. That's senior year of HS for me (25 years ago).[/QUOTE]

    You sound dreamy.

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    [QUOTE=FF2;4380072]You sound dreamy.[/QUOTE]

    You do realize... that your posting history suggests that you absolutely mean this.


    Just sayin.


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    [QUOTE=32green;4380078]You do realize... that your posting history suggests that you absolutely mean this.


    Just sayin.


    :eek:

    -[/QUOTE]

    6'2", 225 and rocking size 36 pants...tell me you didn't get a teensy bit excited?

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    [QUOTE=Jetworks;4380066]I'm currently 6'2", 225 and rocking size 36 pants. That's senior year of HS for me (25 years ago).[/QUOTE]

    I'm at 6'1", 190 and in size 32's.

    Lots of crunches :yes:

    And copious amounts of liquid refreshment in lieu of food. :D

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4380120]I'm at 6'1", 190 and in size 32's.

    Lots of crunches :yes:

    And copious amounts of liquid refreshment in lieu of food. :D[/QUOTE]

    Skinny jeans time! Yo go girl! RIPPED!!!!!!!!:D

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    [QUOTE=FF2;4380080]6'2", 225 and rocking size 36 pants...tell me you didn't get a teensy bit excited?[/QUOTE]


    Your comment is gayer than this guy.


    [IMG]http://p3wclan.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/gay_pride_parade.jpg[/IMG]

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    Running, that's it.

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    T: 8-10 miles
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    [QUOTE=32green;4380078]You do realize... that your posting history suggests that you absolutely mean this.


    Just sayin.


    :eek:

    -[/QUOTE]

    [QUOTE=FF2;4380080]6'2", 225 and rocking size 36 pants...tell me you didn't get a teensy bit excited?[/QUOTE]

    [IMG]http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z444/wetworks73/JI/omgwtf_eyes.gif[/IMG]

    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4380120]I'm at 6'1", 190 and in size 32's.

    Lots of crunches :yes:

    And copious amounts of liquid refreshment in lieu of food. :D[/QUOTE]

    I hear that. I don't think I can even pull a 4-pack without dropping another 15 pounds. Not something I am looking to do as I am happy with a flat stomach and the weight I am at now.

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    Spartacus 2x per week.... Lift "Heavier" 1 times a week., cardio 3x per week.

    Then reverse it.... Spartacus 1X per week..Heavier lifting 2X per week.

    Variations on this, work for me.


    [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=np4dA2ip2Pw[/url]

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    [QUOTE=Jetworks;4380066]Monday- Chest, triceps, stomach/core, jump rope (cardio).

    Tuesday- Biceps, shoulders, back, kettlebell tabata (cardio).

    Wednesday- Legs, stomach/core, stairs (cardio).

    Thursday- Chest, triceps, jump rope

    Friday- Biceps, shoulders, back, stomach/core, kettlebell tabata.

    Saturday- pushups, maybe some light cardio.

    Diet for me has been key as well. I'm currently 6'2", 225 and rocking size 36 pants. That's senior year of HS for me (25 years ago).[/QUOTE]

    You sir...are a BIG BOY!

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    I'm old, fat and broken, but I still manage to work up a lather.

    Monday: incumbent cycle 20min, eliptical for 40min. Life Cycle lifting stations.

    Tues: 5K

    Wed: 1.5mi + free weights

    Thurs: 5K

    Fri: incumbent cycle 20min, eliptical 40min, Life Fitness pully stations.

    Sat+Sun: bar stool

    I too have an aching achilles that has never quite healed from running in a 5K race in New Orleans despite having dinged it in a hoops game earlier that week. The lifting sessions aren't done with much enthusiasm as I negotiate with a bulging disk in my neck from my football days. I've also torn both patella tendons and try to avoid tendonitis. The major limitation I have are heal spurs, actually bone spurs at every corner of my feet including achilles. I had run the Liberty Half Marathon just after 9/11 and noticed some soreness. Figured I just stepped on a rock and continued to train with little break after the race. It got so bad I couldn't run for 3 yrs. I'm not lazy but also not patient. Haven't taken the time to seek a trainer or read much on fitness. I've got some vacation coming up so hopefully I'll be able to make progress at a realistic pace without getting too eager and foolish. Also, it being Lent, I'll be on that barstool alot less. With a little luck there will be no more setbacks and I'll be on my way.
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    [QUOTE=southparkcpa;4380261]You sir...are a BIG BOY![/QUOTE]

    Helps for the line of work I am in.;)

    Do you like the Spartacus type of workout? Does it lend itself to being done only a couple of days a week as a cardio substitute?

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    [QUOTE=Dimitri_0515;4379815]Diet is the key. Since my surgery, I've been eating right and have lost 11 lbs. Just by eating right, I feel so much better. Next step is to get back into shape.[/QUOTE]

    Sorry to hear about your surgery. What's does your diet consist of? That's my biggest struggle

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    [QUOTE=Jetworks;4380066]Monday- Chest, triceps, stomach/core, jump rope (cardio).

    Tuesday- Biceps, shoulders, back, kettlebell tabata (cardio).

    Wednesday- Legs, stomach/core, stairs (cardio).

    Thursday- Chest, triceps, jump rope

    Friday- Biceps, shoulders, back, stomach/core, kettlebell tabata.

    Saturday- pushups, maybe some light cardio.

    Diet for me has been key as well. I'm currently 6'2", 225 and rocking size 36 pants. That's senior year of HS for me (25 years ago).[/QUOTE]
    What's your 40 time? Can you play ILB for the jets?

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    just started on the South Beach Diet last week to lose the Christmas bulge (I luvs me some Danish butter cookies)

    rowing machine 3x/week
    alternate days: lifting for definition

    I'm bit worried about heavy lifting due to my herniated disc, which has been pretty quiet since I started working in Jersey City in October. Maybe its the radiation over here....? :dunno:

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    [QUOTE=southparkcpa;4380260]Spartacus 2x per week.... Lift "Heavier" 1 times a week., cardio 3x per week.

    Then reverse it.... Spartacus 1X per week..Heavier lifting 2X per week.

    Variations on this, work for me.


    [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=np4dA2ip2Pw[/url][/QUOTE]

    I thought the Spartacus workout would be exercises like:

    Throw the dead body off the cliff: 5x
    Lift the heavy wooden post: 10x
    Gladiator fight: once per week
    **** the slave girl: as much as possible

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    Swimming freestyle. 500 yds 5x week. Increasing distance gradually.

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    [QUOTE=dmitexxi;4380516]What's your 40 time? Can you play ILB for the jets?[/QUOTE]

    LOL, I might break 5.5 if I'm lucky.:(

    I think 225 is a little light in the ass to play ILB, heck any LB.:D

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