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  Quote Von44 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Topic: The get in better shape thread 01/15 to 06/15
    Posted: Mar/27/2015 at 9:55am
Vball season is officially done. Time to start working on my beach vball vertical.
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  Quote Von44 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/13/2015 at 8:55am
Originally posted by fj5

Did over 500 pushups and 350 crunches last night over a couple of hours in between bball runs.  My body's sore today… but dem good aches! Thumbs Up

Oh, also reached my most reps in one set, 70 pushups!

I think it's time you enter a pushup competition fj!
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damn fj5, impressive.  
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  Quote fj5 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/12/2015 at 9:02am
Did over 500 pushups and 350 crunches last night over a couple of hours in between bball runs.  My body's sore today… but dem good aches! Thumbs Up

Oh, also reached my most reps in one set, 70 pushups!
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  Quote Von44 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/04/2015 at 7:11am
Got another friendly exhibition against a rival college team. Know a few guys who I'd like to get some redemption against. 
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  Quote Von44 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/18/2015 at 11:14am
Originally posted by SnowDiesel

I have to walk/bike 2 miles to my Gym one way. Sometimes I count that as a work-out.
Cmon that should be a warmup for you! I used to do that to get my body going then hit the weights. Saved a ton of time from having to use the treadmills and ellipticals.
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  Quote humblerooster Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/17/2015 at 9:24am
I try to do some push ups and pull ups every morning before going to work. It's a good workout to get my body jump-started.
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  Quote SnowDiesel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/16/2015 at 2:47pm
I have to walk/bike 2 miles to my Gym one way. Sometimes I count that as a work-out.
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^ Barnyard, I hear ya man. Been working 60 hour weeks and taking two classes in college. I have a hard time finding time to work out.
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  Quote Von44 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/16/2015 at 1:01am
Originally posted by 2zz

I'm thinking about trying acupuncture. Have you tried chiropractic adjustment before, if so, how do they compare in terms of how you feel and how long it last?

I've tried chiro in the past and at first it helped. But by the 5th or 6th session, I stopped seeing any improvements. Also read that chiro produces micro fractures from all the cracking and causes much more serious problems long term.

Gf recommended acupuncture as another option 4 years ago and now it's the only therapy I get done. Depending on the severity of the injury, it could go away after a session or two. Haven't had any reoccurring problems since making the switch. Give it a try.
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I need to stop working and start working out.

Another 18 hour day today.  
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I've been playing some mad ping-pong. Really works up a sweat when playing my dad. He was Semi-pro level in Ukraine.
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I need to start going back to the gym, I really miss going every day!
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  Quote 2zz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/05/2015 at 6:11pm
Mang, my back is not getting better. Feels stronger though since I've doing some light core exercises.

^Von44

I'm thinking about trying acupuncture. Have you tried chiropractic adjustment before, if so, how do they compare in terms of how you feel and how long it last? 

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Good work. All those sweats and shakes finally paid off. I don't have that kind of muscle mass but hope to at least tone up and strengthen my core. Keep it up. 
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  Quote Von44 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/05/2015 at 4:47pm
So much for this weekends tourney. Tweaked my lower back earlier this week from shovelling the 20 inches of snow. Accupuncture session tmw should fix me right up.
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  Quote Von44 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/29/2015 at 8:28pm
Got 3 vball tourneys over the next 3 weeks... basically one each weekend. Heading out for one tmw night. Hope my vertical has improved just enough to make a difference and that I don't get packed in the face. Wish me luck.
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  Quote fj5 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/26/2015 at 4:35am

This will be my last fitness post. 2014 was quite a year for me and the physical transformation was just the beginning. Complacency is a dangerous thing but you can overcome it. Working out regularly and maintaining a healthier diet helped me to lose over 20 lbs since last year! I've never felt (and looked) better. Thank you to all those who supported me throughout this journey. It doesn't end here!


Originally posted by fj5


 
Just a minor update:  http://instagram.com/p/wfUhCkutUZ/

And here's another comparison photo:  http://instagram.com/p/wiIKarutT3/

So it's been 52 days since my last fitness post and with so much work to finish I haven't been able to do much since coming back from Punta Cana. Having said that, I find maintenance isn't that difficult and I've lost a bit more weight too. 5 more days till my eurotrip!


Originally posted by fj5

It's been about 4 months now since I started my push-up challenge and this is my 2nd progress photo.  Here's the first one: http://instagram.com/p/r-ejD9utWq.  I try to take one every 2 months.  It was a definite change in lifestyle and diet. 
It all started with push-ups: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYutNdsfEO1If9hEtep9ERt-XyzKKwOwQ

After that, I just continued to push myself harder. I try to work out at least 3 times a week. A lot of push-ups, various sit-ups and crunches, pull-ups, dips, much of the exercises using my own weight or some free weights. I do a lot of reps though, generally try to max out every set. I try to hit all muscle groups every time I work out. If I feel soreness and aches the next day, then I know I did a good job.

I started seeing accelerated results when I added more cardio (soccer and basketball). 

BUT, the biggest change that I think has made the biggest difference is my diet. I eat about 1/3 of what I used to eat.  Proper portions has been key, though I have been trying to make smarter choices too.  I cut out juice, milk, pop, coffee, etc. (except on social occasions), and have stuck to water. I generally avoid fast food. I have reduced carbs a lot. I no longer eat till I'm uncomfortably full.

Seeing muscle growth after just two weeks really motivated me to go further. Now, I try to workout Monday morning, then soccer Monday night. On Wednesdays I have ball for a couple hours, and in between games I do push-ups and side touch ab swivels with elevated feet (I'm reaching about 400 reps each exercise at the end of the night). If I don't feel that soreness the next day, I know I didn't do enough.  Then I try to fit in a 3rd workout day on Fri or Sat. 

I'm pretty proud of my progress and hope to push even further!  Still working on that 6-pack. Tongue  Hopefully this can help inspire others to live a healthier lifestyle as well.

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Has anyone ever gone to those UFC gyms? I am starting to notice them more and more.
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Working 55 hours a week has really cut into my workout times. Weekends are I have left. and having a desk job doesn't help me keep my weight off.
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Run and Chug?  Reminds me of the beer mile.
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I also go to run and chug! Its in the city so we get like 50+ people to show up.
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  Quote barnyard Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/18/2015 at 8:05am
I need to start working out.  This thread confirms it.
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  Quote SnowDiesel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2015 at 10:25pm
To get back in shaped I started running twice a week and going the the gym again. I used to lift 5 days a week. Its hard to do both.
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  Quote Nickaledoe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/14/2015 at 5:29pm
I started getting back into shape. I am having problems keeping a regular workout schedule. I sure hope I can keep it up. Wish me luck!
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  Quote EpicFAIL Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/25/2014 at 7:41pm
Trying to get back into the swing of things. Signed myself up for a 10k on Mother's Day and my kids need to get some stamina to make it through disneyworld in June. Both will be a challenge, but something we will be working towards.

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  Quote shop_59985 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/24/2014 at 12:08pm
hey guys great thread just in time for the holidays! Do a lot of squats, and try cycling classes....those will help you get your ski and board legs back.  It really counts during the last runs of the day, whipping back and forth through those trees and bumps... you won't feel that jelly and will be carving those turns out like they were the first few runs of the day! happy shredding and skiing!
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  Quote EpicFAIL Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/23/2014 at 11:12am
I signed up for a 10k race in May. I have been off the wagon for a while and need to get back into it big time.

I had a pretty awesome 2013, workout wise and I think I burned out with everything I did. I did a mountain bike event, duathlon, back to back road centuries, a half marathon, hiked a mountain. It took a lot of training to get all that done too. Although, I'm not much for New Years resolutions, I am going to be putting a list together to accomplish a 2015 bucket list. If I don't start now, I'll be a year older when I do.

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I tried paddleboarding and it didn't give me the work out I was expecting but that was because I was doing it with bad form.  I watched some youtube videos to pick up proper boarding so I'm ready to give it another try.  LOL
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Just a minor update:  http://instagram.com/p/wfUhCkutUZ/

And here's another comparison photo:  http://instagram.com/p/wiIKarutT3/


Originally posted by fj5

It's been about 4 months now since I started my push-up challenge and this is my 2nd progress photo.  Here's the first one: http://instagram.com/p/r-ejD9utWq.  I try to take one every 2 months.  It was a definite change in lifestyle and diet. 
It all started with push-ups: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYutNdsfEO1If9hEtep9ERt-XyzKKwOwQ

After that, I just continued to push myself harder. I try to work out at least 3 times a week. A lot of push-ups, various sit-ups and crunches, pull-ups, dips, much of the exercises using my own weight or some free weights. I do a lot of reps though, generally try to max out every set. I try to hit all muscle groups every time I work out. If I feel soreness and aches the next day, then I know I did a good job.

I started seeing accelerated results when I added more cardio (soccer and basketball). 

BUT, the biggest change that I think has made the biggest difference is my diet. I eat about 1/3 of what I used to eat.  Proper portions has been key, though I have been trying to make smarter choices too.  I cut out juice, milk, pop, coffee, etc. (except on social occasions), and have stuck to water. I generally avoid fast food. I have reduced carbs a lot. I no longer eat till I'm uncomfortably full.

Seeing muscle growth after just two weeks really motivated me to go further. Now, I try to workout Monday morning, then soccer Monday night. On Wednesdays I have ball for a couple hours, and in between games I do push-ups and side touch ab swivels with elevated feet (I'm reaching about 400 reps each exercise at the end of the night). If I don't feel that soreness the next day, I know I didn't do enough.  Then I try to fit in a 3rd workout day on Fri or Sat. 

I'm pretty proud of my progress and hope to push even further!  Still working on that 6-pack. Tongue  Hopefully this can help inspire others to live a healthier lifestyle as well.

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I've taken up Arnold's blueprint workout...barely on second week and I'm wondering if i'll survive this 6 day a week workout lol
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Unbelievable, my vball coach is requesting mandatory practices this week during exam week and throughout the christmas holidays. I'll be hitting the gym during the break so I don't feel bad for bailing at all on his ridiculous request.
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Originally posted by Von44

Originally posted by Angry Midget Yo

It's the inflatable one so it's even easier to transport.  I hear it works your core a lot and I guess if you can paddle fast or a shark is tailing you then it'll get your heart racing.  LOL
Nice! Gf bought one this summer too. An 11.5 Riviera sup i think. Hope you enjoy your new investment.

Nice, I bought the 10 ft Isle SUP although I was thinking of the Tower Adventurer for the same price but a lack of D rings turned me off.  LOL  
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Originally posted by Angry Midget Yo

It's the inflatable one so it's even easier to transport.  I hear it works your core a lot and I guess if you can paddle fast or a shark is tailing you then it'll get your heart racing.  LOL
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It's the inflatable one so it's even easier to transport.  I hear it works your core a lot and I guess if you can paddle fast or a shark is tailing you then it'll get your heart racing.  LOL
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Enjoy paddleboarding, it's a lot easier to transport than a kayak or canoe and you don't have to sit. You really have to paddle hard to get your heart rate going though.
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I just bought a paddleboard so I guess when I'm not boarding then I'm paddleboarding even though I've never done it before in my life.  LOL  
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Started using the bodyspace app and freaking loving it. Its given me so much more focus and drive in the gym. Been mucking around with weights on and off for 10 or so years, and its helped... ive got a foundation of strength somewhere. But this is the first time ive started training one body part/week, hitting the supplements and eating a little cleaner. Its making a huge difference.

Currently doing the twelve week Kris Gethin course. Missed almost all of week 2 because i was in japan on a visa run. Other than that though, been sticking to the training side of things religiously (also trying to squeeze in the week 2 workouts i missed on the double rest days). I was also really inspired watching the accompanying clips he has up. Seeing him hit failure just makes you push out that little bit extra. Kinda hyped at the moment. Not really going for a full transform or anything ...Or rather WAS going for that, but by week three the number cruncher in me broke free and now its all about those PRs and pushing for strength rather than aesthetics. Guess im gonna bulk a bit, but dont care. Love the programme and mad loving the gym right now. :)


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Rolled my ankle tonight during a league playoff game. Not too bad after icing it. But gonna have to take some time off from practice and the gym.
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Hitting the gym tonight with a lot of carbs to get me going. Gonna work legs hard to get that burn and ready for some cold powder soon.
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Gonna have to start Shaka's plyo training since the next tourney won't be until late January. Only time is in between practices. It's gonna be a tough couple months.
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Well, I always figured volleyball was a tall man's sport anyways so it's no surprise to find tall players.  LOL
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So the tournament didn't go as we had hoped. Played 2 senior mens club teams and got smoked then followed it up by a playoff loss to an 18U club team. Not much can be done when each teams shortest player was 6-3. Back to the drawing board.
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  Quote Von44 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/07/2014 at 9:38pm
Ok so tonight was just a light practice with a pre-pre-game meeting before the big day. Thumbs are at about 90%. Gonna need a big tape job from the trainer to protect my money makers. LOL
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  Quote Shakazulu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/06/2014 at 3:51pm
I forget what my injury is called exactly.  Socraiatic?  Sochiac or something like that.  Good news is my right leg is finally back to being the same length as my left one and I can be much more active again and start rebuilding strength.  Also don't have shooting pain in my lower back anymore.
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  Quote 2zz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/06/2014 at 1:46pm
^shaka

Wish you a speedy recovery. I feel your pain. I have spinal herniation at L5 and T5-T7 (depends how my back acts). My chiropractic adjustments have reduced the herniation to subluxation. Just the last visit that my doc told me my T5-7 is finally holding the adjustment, but I'll always have to get my L5 adjusted due to my slender shape and my golfing habits. Hopefully my lumber will soon be strong enough to hold the adjustment as well. 
My chiropractor uses the Gonstead method which works great with me. I've been to others, but they were more of a short term relief compare to my current doc which focuses more on long term recovery.
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  Quote Shakazulu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/06/2014 at 11:24am
Back is finally up to around 80%.  Starting up with heavier squats and overhead lifts again.  Chiro appointment in an hour should tell me a bit more.
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Last practice before the tourney. Thumbs feel a bit better now. Hope my hands don't get wrecked.
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Those injuries takes weeks to recover, you should know that.  LOL  This just seems like it's going to be a rough beginning for your team so good luck!
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  Quote Von44 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/03/2014 at 3:10pm
Second last practice tonight before the debut tournament on Saturday. I have a feeling my coach is gonna kick our asses for this practice. And my damn thumbs still haven't recovered from being sprained. Ouch
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