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Hi I have the blesser to start:
I do apply this concept " eat your break fast as a king, eat your lunch as a prim minister ,and eat your dinner as
A poor person." I don't eat lots of junk food maybe once twice month and I do some yoga class in my home I do walk, and drink lots of fresh juices...that's for me

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My gym routine is: AVOID LIKE THE PLAGUE. I have never regularly used one. I don't "look down" on people that do, it's just not for me.

Historically, I prefer to do activities that require one to move around a lot in more non-repetetive motions. Basketball, softball, hiking, volleyball. I did some cycling, running and roller-blading when I was younger. And I had a background in track and field when I was in college (I was a decathlete).

Now that I'm older (almost 50) I usually have coffee for breakfast during the week, brown-bag a sandwich, some veggies and granola bars for lunch, and protein only (like grilled chicken or steak) for dinner. I'm not a dieter-type, so I'm not above an occasional candy bar or soda...or glass of wine or beer. Keeps me pretty trim (6'2", 210).

Now, if only I could take care of that darned bald spot...

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Gym routines?? This is programming forum :) I wish I could eat a lot of junkfood but my mom makes "healthy" food I really hate. And I am planning to start weight-lifting this summer to get in the high-school team. But the whole year, only physical activities I had was in school's wellness class.

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I always workout and play basketball. Right now, my goal is to get my body fat percentage under 10%. I need the extra edge for basketball. But I recently started eating salad and chicken for dinner, to avoid carbs as much as I can at night time.

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Deadlift, squat, try to make it towards maxing out the machines(the ones you find 'to easy'), get some light weights and do some endurance blocks.

Just finished a soccer class this semester. Included a mandatory 2+ mile run before every game. That class messed my shins up.

Final day for the semester is tomorrow and I plan on trying to reach my max deadlift(never have enough time to reach it).


As for eating habits.... flippin' just eat!

Edited by MosaicFuneral: n/a

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Taking care of bald spot is easy, shave the rest of your hair off and it vanishes. Sorted.

Gym? What's that? I exercise at home (weights, spot of running) and until recently did some boxing (but at 47 it was probably a mistake, as my dentist will confirm next week as he repairs the damage from a tooth being punched out) to help keep in shape.

For me, though, diet is king. I used to be veggie, lapsed, and then returned to the fold recently. I avoid dairy and follow a low fat diet regime. Have lost three stones (42lbs) in a year, and 5" from my waist.

Oh, and lots of sex helps keep you fit and happy...

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Nice replies.

Mondays = skipping, calf work, thighs kicking heavy bag
Tuesday = sometimes swimming
Wednesday = Leg work again + speed bag
Thursday = JKD boxing
Friday = Arms bicep curls, dips bench press + chest.

Weekends rest.

Eating habits = Try to eat as much as possible as trying to build body mass. Like to cook my own fresh meat (Pork and chicken + salad)

Don't drink, very rarely and quit smoking. Hope never to start again.

Try to meditate everyday in the morning. Very hard to get used to.

Edited by iamthwee: n/a

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Did some basketball when I was young.
Now I only practice "bedsports" and "weightlifting" = lift a glass of beer to the height of your mouth.;)

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I eat whatever i like in whatever quantity. My daily routine is to run 1-2 miles and make some swimming. That's it. 1.73 m and 65 Kg. It's ok for me.

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I eat whatever i like in whatever quantity. My daily routine is to run 1-2 miles and make some swimming. That's it. 1.73 m and 65 Kg. It's ok for me.

I find it weird when people who use metric, also use miles to measure distance.

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Mosaic i'm from South-Eastern Europe, here we use metric measurements and not royal.
Anyway is just a reflex, don't worry.

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I find it weird when people who use metric, also use miles to measure distance.

Yea I know, I always tend to use pixels as a measure. Like I ran approximately 100-200 billion pixel length.

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Chinups
pushups
squats
lunges
kettlebell swings (16kg)

I go through the list, 3x, to failure each set.

how many pixels do you chinup?

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