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    Posted: Apr/15/2014 at 7:48pm
Subbed in for a friend's volleyball team. Went out of my way to show up only to find that the other team was a no-show and forfeited. Oh well, 2 hours of free vball for me.
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  Quote Von44 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/14/2014 at 9:00pm
Originally posted by Angry Midget Yo

Originally posted by yanwongrx

i have pain radiating around my collarbone to back.  but there seems to be a more pronounced pain like a bruise on my collarbone.  i hope i don't have a fracture.

Well, did you take a nasty fall or something?  

Might i suggest an X-ray?
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  Quote Angry Midget Yo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/14/2014 at 12:10pm
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i have pain radiating around my collarbone to back.  but there seems to be a more pronounced pain like a bruise on my collarbone.  i hope i don't have a fracture.

Well, did you take a nasty fall or something?  
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  Quote yanwongrx Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/13/2014 at 4:16pm
i have pain radiating around my collarbone to back.  but there seems to be a more pronounced pain like a bruise on my collarbone.  i hope i don't have a fracture.
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  Quote Angry Midget Yo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/10/2014 at 12:03pm
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You should tell all runners that. Especially the competitive ones that do it for prize money.

I'm talking about the marathon ones for like charity or fun.  LOL
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  Quote Von44 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/09/2014 at 11:06pm
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I don't think the time matters, it's as long as you make it to the finish line.  Clap

You should tell all runners that. Especially the competitive ones that do it for prize money.
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I don't think the time matters, it's as long as you make it to the finish line.  Clap
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  Quote Von44 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/08/2014 at 8:51am
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Originally posted by Von44


Originally posted by keljai

wow that is impressive von. Im not sure if my treadmill is accurate as i got it used. run 15min say i ran 0.2 km 


Ha thanks man! But those numbers look like you're walking it at a really slow pace dude. I think the machine isn't reading properly. 5k should take roughly 30 mins. So its def off.


30 mins if you're taking it moderately slow. I try and stay under 25 mins.

Well that varies with each person. But 30 mins is just an avg.
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dislocated my shoulder. Any shoulder rehab techniques that you guys use?
Staying away from shoulder presses, if you must go with light weights.. and I mean light..3...5 lbs..
Work on your rotator cuffs
try not to sleep on it either if you can...
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  Quote humblerooster Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/07/2014 at 2:48pm
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Originally posted by keljai

wow that is impressive von. Im not sure if my treadmill is accurate as i got it used. run 15min say i ran 0.2 km 


Ha thanks man! But those numbers look like you're walking it at a really slow pace dude. I think the machine isn't reading properly. 5k should take roughly 30 mins. So its def off.


30 mins if you're taking it moderately slow. I try and stay under 25 mins.
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  Quote Von44 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/07/2014 at 1:35pm
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wow that is impressive von. Im not sure if my treadmill is accurate as i got it used. run 15min say i ran 0.2 km 

Ha thanks man! But those numbers look like you're walking it at a really slow pace dude. I think the machine isn't reading properly. 5k should take roughly 30 mins. So its def off.
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wow that is impressive von. Im not sure if my treadmill is accurate as i got it used. run 15min say i ran 0.2 km 
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Just ran 12k with the gf in an hour 10. Legs are shot but its all to help her get ready for her Hawaii half marathon this wkd. I'm pretty happy.
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Originally posted by )(nfinit)(

Originally posted by anna.chan18

If you lived in southern california summer never left!

but isn't that kind of the point in socal?

That is pretty true, the weather never really changes.  LOL  We're just spoiled rotten by it.  LOL  2 more weeks then I can start getting back into my daily workouts.  
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If you lived in southern california summer never left!

but isn't that kind of the point in socal?
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Summers coming up. Need to get in shape for June, need to get back on my meal plan.
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Re: subway...
FYI their 9 grain isn't whole wheat, even tho the workers there say it is.. read the ingredients list.  Now I think off it I don't know if they even have a whole wheat option. "poor mans bread"

Look through that article and apparently that rubbery stuff is in most the bread you buy, even at the grocery stores on shelf.
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eating right is the best way to get in shape. abs start in the kitchen.


I need to start eating healthier. I mostly rely on high metabolism and being highly active to stay in shape.
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  Quote Von44 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/14/2014 at 7:50pm
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Originally posted by sideways99


Originally posted by humblerooster

Getting into yoga to stretch my body out. I sit at a computer at work and I need to loosen up a bit.

You can always use bread from Subway as your yoga mat since it contains azodicarbonamide (ADA)<span style="line-height: 1.4;">, which is a material used in yoga mats.  Subway isn't the only offender - Jimmy Dean, Kroger, Little Debbie, Pillsbury, White Castle and Wonder Bread are among the 130 brands that use it.  ADA is used to bleach flour and help make dough stronger and more rubbery.</span>
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<span style="line-height: 1.4;">For the complete list go to:  </span>


That is Crazy. Thanks for the info. I'll read up on it. Kinda really gross the way companies try to cut costs.
Ugh that is gross. I'd like to stop going to Subway after reading this but I said the same thing about McDonald's.
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  Quote humblerooster Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/04/2014 at 4:57pm
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Originally posted by humblerooster

Getting into yoga to stretch my body out. I sit at a computer at work and I need to loosen up a bit.

You can always use bread from Subway as your yoga mat since it contains azodicarbonamide (ADA)<span style="line-height: 1.4;">, which is a material used in yoga mats.  Subway isn't the only offender - Jimmy Dean, Kroger, Little Debbie, Pillsbury, White Castle and Wonder Bread are among the 130 brands that use it.  ADA is used to bleach flour and help make dough stronger and more rubbery.</span>
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That is Crazy. Thanks for the info. I'll read up on it. Kinda really gross the way companies try to cut costs.
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Originally posted by humblerooster

Getting into yoga to stretch my body out. I sit at a computer at work and I need to loosen up a bit.

You can always use bread from Subway as your yoga mat since it contains azodicarbonamide (ADA), which is a material used in yoga mats.  Subway isn't the only offender - Jimmy Dean, Kroger, Little Debbie, Pillsbury, White Castle and Wonder Bread are among the 130 brands that use it.  ADA is used to bleach flour and help make dough stronger and more rubbery.

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Getting into yoga to stretch my body out. I sit at a computer at work and I need to loosen up a bit.
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Anyone know any good pre-workouts? Im starting to get back into shape and could use a little pick me up.

I used musclepharm assault grape flavour. It gave me a good rush without the skin tingly sensation so I liked that. But with all pre's I built a tolerance for it fairly quickly. 
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Anyone know any good pre-workouts? Im starting to get back into shape and could use a little pick me up.


Natural supplements i take green tea extract. but if you want to go the powder route Jack'd, and no bull.
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That's right, Chengman! It was so cheesy I had to say it. Apparently related to him. Our parents are cousins or something like that. Never met him though.


Gonna try out for my schools varsity volleyball team tonight. Hope I make it out alive.

Haha, small world!  

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Dammit I am relaly procrastinating from doing my pushup and situps!!! I need some motivation yarrrrrrrr!!!!
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  Quote Von44 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/26/2014 at 5:59am
Originally posted by Angry Midget Yo

Originally posted by Von44

Originally posted by Nickaledoe

I want to do some pushups but I need some motivation, it is 3am here atm.

Workout with a buddy. I find that helps the most if you're slacking.


Remember, no pecks no sex! lol

That's a good slogan.  LOL  Isn't that the slogan from that one Canadian youtuber?  

That's right, Chengman! It was so cheesy I had to say it. Apparently related to him. Our parents are cousins or something like that. Never met him though.


Gonna try out for my schools varsity volleyball team tonight. Hope I make it out alive.
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Originally posted by Nickaledoe

I want to do some pushups but I need some motivation, it is 3am here atm.

Workout with a buddy. I find that helps the most if you're slacking.


Remember, no pecks no sex! lol

That's a good slogan.  LOL  Isn't that the slogan from that one Canadian youtuber?  
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I want to do some pushups but I need some motivation, it is 3am here atm.

Workout with a buddy. I find that helps the most if you're slacking.


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With no winter, I haven't been working out but then again I've been too busy with work and starting up some new businesses.  I still want to buy a bosu ball so I can work on my balance and other things but too bad they're so expensive.
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I started getting in shape lately. When I fall off rails I can feel my shoulder pop and I want that to be stronger.
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Now that the weather has warmed up a bit I've been running outside and feels great since I don't feel like a hamster at the gym anymore. I just wear some yaktrax that hook up to my shoes for grip on the ice.
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Spinning and swimming have been my go-tos for this season. Spinning is intense, but the pay off is well worth the sweat
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Starting to run again, ankle sleeve a must after the broken ankle but can't wait for Tough Mudder Nor Cal in April.

When did you break your ankle?  I feel like you need a little more time to heal before tackling on Tough Mudder.
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I started to go to the gym again, does someone has a nice scheme to get in shape for boarding? I want to go to the gym for like 2 times a week and run 2 times a week.
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That's not a bad idea. Perhaps I will. I'm also thinking about breaking out a backpack and throwing some canned goods into it to add some extra weight to the workout.

Weight vest is good but I wouldn't do canned goods, try something that wouldn't hurt as much like bags of powder or grains of rice.  

JDiggidy, did you warm up and stretch beforehand?  I think maybe you need to take baby steps before upping your game?
Maybe try some dynamic stretching next time or tone it down.
 
I tried out the backpack with a couple 5 lbs dumbells in it and a towel to keep them stabalized. It worked well enough. I'll use sand when spring decides to roll around.
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Chula, if you live in CV, CA head out to some of the local hiking spots with a heavy pack. Did that before my Grand Canyon hike. Some decent ones with good elevation gain (3k) you can do in half a day.
 
I love to hike. Unfortunately I live in Minnesota and have a couple things working against me. Ok hiking spots for me are 3 hours north and it's polar vortexing outside. Hiking in the mountains is such a great time though. I'm hoping to get out to Colorado again next year with my brother to do some more hiking at Rocky Mountain National.
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I've never gotten sore after playing tennis before so maybe I'm not playing hard enough but then again I am an amateur.  LOL
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The Holidays are over and its about time to lose all the loving that I've gained over that period of time. I went out to play tennis for two days in a row. I kept losing my breathe after really intense rallies. The next day my glutes and legs were pretty sore. I'm going on a job later tonight to get my legs back up to speed.
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Originally posted by Chula Vista


That's not a bad idea. Perhaps I will. I'm also thinking about breaking out a backpack and throwing some canned goods into it to add some extra weight to the workout.

Weight vest is good but I wouldn't do canned goods, try something that wouldn't hurt as much like bags of powder or grains of rice.  

JDiggidy, did you warm up and stretch beforehand?  I think maybe you need to take baby steps before upping your game?
Maybe try some dynamic stretching next time or tone it down.
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That's not a bad idea. Perhaps I will. I'm also thinking about breaking out a backpack and throwing some canned goods into it to add some extra weight to the workout.

Weight vest is good but I wouldn't do canned goods, try something that wouldn't hurt as much like bags of powder or grains of rice.  

JDiggidy, did you warm up and stretch beforehand?  I think maybe you need to take baby steps before upping your game?
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