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        11-27-2012, 12:02 AM
      #131
    Green Broke
    Nice job Tigo!!

    And cowboys dream he sounds awesome!!!

    Oh and 350 Cals over my goal today :( I need to get out of Thanksgiving feast phase!!
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        11-27-2012, 01:01 PM
      #132
    Foal
    Just started to excercise to UFC : Trainer for kinect. The trainers are nothing but slave drivers...but good excercises though. I do recommend it if you have kinect with xbox. I'm going to do a little bit tonight again in spite of coming down with another headcold. Gotta shed those nine years of packing slight baby fat.
    My ulimate goal for next year.....flat stomach with six pack abs. (Shed weight...gain muscle)

    How are all you guys doing???
         
        11-27-2012, 01:48 PM
      #133
    Weanling
    Hoofprints: Oh he is! :) Can't wait to ride him again. So finally today I can walk again without too much pain. And I can do stairs like a normal person.

    I felt 'bigger' and self conscious yesterday but then my friend said I looked like I lost weight?! So who knows.

    Strawberry;
    I only have the dance games for the kinect. Those are a lot of fun. I was also going to get that star wars one.
         
        11-27-2012, 02:08 PM
      #134
    Green Broke
    Well I have no gaming units, so I'm limited to my iphone! Anyone know of any good fitness apps on there, besides Nike Training Club?

    PS, speaking of Nike has anyone seen these??? I SSSOOOO want one!!

    Nike+ FuelBand. Tracks your all-day activity and helps you do more.. Nike.com
         
        11-27-2012, 11:39 PM
      #135
    Green Broke
    Ok 73 calories under goal...whew! Back on track :)
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        11-28-2012, 07:00 PM
      #136
    Foal
    Getting hit by a flu-bug. Won't be doing any movin' around tonight.
    Going to bed early is the only thing I got on my mind right now.
         
        11-28-2012, 08:20 PM
      #137
    Foal
    Ya mind if I jump in now?
    Anyone wanna help me get a good exercise(sp?:/ ) plan going? I already eat healthy, kinda.. I don't watch calories, but I stay away from junk food and soda for the most part. I don't have a car or the money for the gym so ill be walking/running.
    Age: 18
    Height: 5'2
    Weight: 153
    Goal: 130, but im not too worried about numbers, id like to be in size 4 jeans at the most
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        11-29-2012, 11:03 AM
      #138
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by shandasue    
    ya mind if I jump in now?
    Anyone wanna help me get a good exercise(sp?:/ ) plan going? I already eat healthy, kinda.. I don't watch calories, but I stay away from junk food and soda for the most part. I don't have a car or the money for the gym so ill be walking/running.
    Age: 18
    Height: 5'2
    Weight: 153
    Goal: 130, but im not too worried about numbers, id like to be in size 4 jeans at the most
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    Go for it! :) Of course you can join.

    There are some great exercise books out there, like "New Rules of Lifting for Women" though you may need to get creative with some of the exercises that require weights if you do not have access to them. You can also make your own weights for fairly cheap. There are sandbags you can make (get dufflebag with handles, get large ziplock bags and kitty litter... iff the ziplock bags and make them whatever weight you want, then put them in the dufflebag.) And for a barbell, you can make two and stick them on each end of a broom stick.

    There are also a lot of bodyweight exercises where you use your own bodyweight to weight train. For instance there are pushups, chin-ups, planks, jumping jacks, burpees, etc.

    If you are going to be doing walking/running you should look into HIIT (High Intensisty Interval Training). From my experience (and others I have read about) it gives better results and you don't have to work out as long.
         
        11-29-2012, 02:42 PM
      #139
    Trained
    Reached my first goal. Size 16 jeans now fit. Won't repeat my diet advice--read here, post #24:
    Gained a lot of weight recently and feeling awful
    I have been doing some of those big and athletic jobs around the property. Just finished tilling and replanting my south pasture last week. One day took me 4 hours, with a gas-powered tiller, and a rake, but no tractor. My appetite was next to zero that day, and I skipped lunch. SOMETIMES you can do that, but I can only do it when I've had a real big workout.
    I still have some size 14 jeans in my closet. I'll let you know when I'm wearing them. =D
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        11-29-2012, 02:46 PM
      #140
    Weanling
    Okay, so I really haven't had anything to report. I went out of town shortly after posting my stats and to be honest, I ate like crap and just laid around. I'm back to it now...got myself a cleanse to kickstart my eating healty, it's about the only way I can force myself to get into the habit of eating right after being off for so long. I've also texted my kettlebell instructor and told her that I would be starting back today so I'm accountable for that, too. I'll probably have a miserable weekend but the trade off will be worth it!
         

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