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Physical Fitness In DDers?
Priest_Revan at 6:42PM, May 1, 2007
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I eat unhealthy and I don't do any physical fitness…

I'm not obese… nor am I thin… I'm just, normal.

(I do plan on going on a diet though)
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subcultured at 6:47PM, May 1, 2007
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Kristen Gudsnuk
*slits wrists*

I'm not dumb, really I'm not!!! I'm actually pretty smart, believe it or not! I read a lot of books! I can have intellectual discussions on Judith Butler's theories of gender performativity!! I… am a good speller…
jessica simpson???
*slits wrists again*

well, at least you're not Naomi Campbell who says
Someone
"I choose not to drink today in my life because I find that I'm allergic to alcohol. I'm not someone that's in denial of my problems and I'm not going to lie about my problems and I'm not hiding my problems.

“I have more energy and I have more fun than when I was drinking and I can hang out really late and get up early in the morning with no hangovers and still smile.”

umm… unless throwing a phone at someone and then going to anaphalactic shock is part of her symptoms, then she's not allergic to alcohol!

how dumb can you be.

it's like getting into fights at a bar because the've drank too much.
“shooory porissse offfasaaa, i jjussh got thish allergy to alchol…i'll be fine, jussh give me my epi-pen”
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worstcase at 7:51PM, May 1, 2007
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I'm in good shape. I'm really thin and I have good thigh muscles. But thats only because I have a really, really fast metabolism and I play 3 different sports. Soccer, basketball, and softball(softball is mostly just standing around…but hey, its still a sport). I don't eat well enough, and I know I'm going to pay for it later, so I'm trying to start eating more fruits and veggies!
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MuriraRK at 8:35PM, May 1, 2007
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I'm on the university track team and the drills were pretty intense in the middle of the season. I think at one point I was ready to fall asleep in the middle of a box drill…I think I tripped over the edge of the box and had to do a funky roll thing so I didn't kill myself. XD Then again, that was kinda my fault since I was stupid and didn't eat lunch, especially when I went to sleep really late the night before. At least my arms aren't jiggly anymore. Heeheehee.
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LIZARD_B1TE at 1:50PM, May 2, 2007
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Kristen Gudsnuk
*slits wrists*

I'm not dumb, really I'm not!!! I'm actually pretty smart, believe it or not! I read a lot of books! I can have intellectual discussions on Judith Butler's theories of gender performativity!! I… am a good speller…
jessica simpson???
*slits wrists again*

The real question is. Did you know Tuna is a fish?

KIDDING. Don't kill me. :)

I'm more interested in whether or not she eats buffalo. lol!
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TheTopHat at 7:40AM, May 3, 2007
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Physical Fitness???

Whats that again? :)

I far to lazy to care. I could get hit by a bus tomorrro so im not going to stop doing things i enjoy because there unhealy. So yes give me my pie!
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dueeast at 10:26AM, May 19, 2007
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Since my van is being fixed right now, I take the bus and it lets me off several blocks from work. That's my exercise. I found out a few years ago that I'm lactose intolerant, although eliminating dairy and replacing it with soy was easier than I thought it would be. Made me work harder at making up dairy-free recipies…but this is a thread about fitness.

When I was a teen, I took a bodybuilding class and was also an avid bicyclist. Both really shaped my body for life. I had a life-threatening bike accident in `93 and kind of lost my motivation for cycling after that but I maintain that it is good exercise. I enjoy swimming, too, although I almost never have time for it.

I firmly believe in promoting fitness and healthy eating but I am also passionate that people should not be discriminated against because of their weight/size or shape.
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Volte6 at 7:32AM, May 21, 2007
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Hmm, if you look at my picture here, I was about 20-25 lbs. more than I am now. A while ago I started hitting the gym daily doing a couple miles a day on the ‘ol treadmill, as much as I despise that damn thing.

However, ever since I started doing Boxing and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, I’ve found that it's far more effective than the treadmill+weight lifting combo at toning and losing weight.
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ozoneocean at 7:36AM, May 21, 2007
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Yeah! Look at those muscles and the red leotard! You need more sun though, grey is not a good colour for skin…

Heh, You don't look that heavy there Volte. :)
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Phantom Penguin at 7:48AM, May 21, 2007
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heh working out to much can be bad for you to, I found this out the hard way.

We just got a new Platoon Sargent (this is the person who leads us when we exercise).
He is Ex-Special Forces. This is bad for little ‘ol tanker me. If you know anything about any armed force…armor is always the laziest of the group. I’m in good enough shape to pass the army test, thats it. But this guy…damn.
This is really happened:

Me: Woo 5 mile run sure was fun. When do we have to be back at work?
SFC Jenner: huh? We're not done yet Kassabian! 5 more!
Me: *looking around* uhh i'm the only one left, everyone else fell out a few miles back.
SFC Jenner: LETS DO IT!!


So long story short I now have shin splints because my poor little legs got worked to death.
Remember everything in moderation!
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AQua_ng at 9:24AM, May 21, 2007
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I ran 400 metres in 72 seconds. I would have gone quicker but my legs gave in when I wanted to sprint at the last 100.

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Chelano at 11:18AM, May 21, 2007
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I weighed about 140 and ate nothing but bad food.

then I got stomach problems.


Now I eat healthy and weight like 156 cause I got some muscle too. Still have a little fat though. But I am happy. What does it matter as long as you are happy yah know?

I dunno

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Hguyver at 12:31PM, May 21, 2007
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I used to be a lot fitter back in high school. Mostly due to lifting weights and P.E. Cardio. But now that I'm in college I've kinda slacked off on the exercise thing. After I move in a month I'll be getting a Gym membership again so I can get back into shape. I'm going to need to if I want to get into the police academy.
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wyatt1048 at 12:36PM, May 21, 2007
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Ha, I cycle about fifteen miles everyday to and from work, so I get plenty of cardio. NOw if only I could stop eating all the chocolate!
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kyupol at 9:33PM, May 23, 2007
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I sit in front of the TV and chug down all the donuts, potato chips, cake, and hamburgers.

Thats a good exercise for my hands. You know… lifting those heavy cake and moving my ass 1 mm in order to change position on my chair.

NOW UPDATING!!!
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SarahN at 11:02PM, May 23, 2007
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I recently lost some weight eating nothing but meat and eggs…but I still need to work out. I rarely do. =/
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jiminycricketX at 6:42AM, May 24, 2007
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I'm out of shape, but I am NOT fat. I'm just a bit squishy. I've been considering starting to lift weights, since my dad has a whole set of them in our basement…

Maybe after I beat ‘Hotel Dusk: 215’.

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chee2424 at 8:13AM, May 24, 2007
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heh working out to much can be bad for you to, I found this out the hard way.

We just got a new Platoon Sargent (this is the person who leads us when we exercise).
He is Ex-Special Forces. This is bad for little ‘ol tanker me. If you know anything about any armed force…armor is always the laziest of the group. I’m in good enough shape to pass the army test, thats it. But this guy…damn.
This is really happened:

Me: Woo 5 mile run sure was fun. When do we have to be back at work?
SFC Jenner: huh? We're not done yet Kassabian! 5 more!
Me: *looking around* uhh i'm the only one left, everyone else fell out a few miles back.
SFC Jenner: LETS DO IT!!


So long story short I now have shin splints because my poor little legs got worked to death.
Remember everything in moderation!


FM 21-10 (i might be wrong)
More pt isn't nessasary better………… your platoon sgt needs to follow the reg.
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Phantom Penguin at 12:14PM, May 24, 2007
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heh working out to much can be bad for you to, I found this out the hard way.

We just got a new Platoon Sargent (this is the person who leads us when we exercise).
He is Ex-Special Forces. This is bad for little ‘ol tanker me. If you know anything about any armed force…armor is always the laziest of the group. I’m in good enough shape to pass the army test, thats it. But this guy…damn.
This is really happened:

Me: Woo 5 mile run sure was fun. When do we have to be back at work?
SFC Jenner: huh? We're not done yet Kassabian! 5 more!
Me: *looking around* uhh i'm the only one left, everyone else fell out a few miles back.
SFC Jenner: LETS DO IT!!


So long story short I now have shin splints because my poor little legs got worked to death.
Remember everything in moderation!


FM 21-10 (i might be wrong)
More pt isn't nessasary better………… your platoon sgt needs to follow the reg.
“Fuck the FM” - his words.
He has done some good, our platoon score is somthing like 270 a person.
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Redemption at 2:51PM, May 24, 2007
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I don't schedule exercise into my schedule everywhere. But on the other hand, my campus is a collection of buildings spread out in the city, so I'm always walking between them. I also have to work to and from my train station each morning… so that keeps me from blowing up like a balloon.

But I'm planning on picking up bicycling again. We have some huge hills in our area and so its a hard slog one way and pant-wetting speeds the other.

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Cthulhu at 2:56PM, May 24, 2007
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About a year ago, I was fat. I was lazy, and fat. And fat. Then I went on a diet, lost 30 pounds, and most of it is muscle now. Hooray me.
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Mr Chappers at 9:27AM, May 28, 2007
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To be honest im average in size, but i lack in the physical fitness, i mean i can take all the pressure and movement i need in the kitchen, but when it comes to running i can do no more than 150m.

Read the Author, its good i promise.
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that kid yellow at 12:09PM, May 28, 2007
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im good for now but i will be take some steriods soon.lol
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that kid yellow at 12:10PM, May 28, 2007
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roids is the best way to go ask Bonds
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Cthulhu at 2:58PM, May 28, 2007
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You do know what they do to your happy place, right?
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Puff_Of_Smoke at 9:45AM, May 29, 2007
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I do 43 push ups every morning… does that count as exercise?

43 is about the most I can do though…
I
I have a gun. It's really powerful. Especially against living things.
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tyciol at 10:20AM, May 29, 2007
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Rock climbing is pretty tough, I was embarassed in the first year of high school because I tried it on a team of girls and couldn't make it up and one (who really looked too weak and flabby to do it, thinking after the fact) said she could have and I felt bad.

I'm thinking training pullups would help to some effect.
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gigafelz at 12:22PM, May 30, 2007
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It's hard staying thin when your pills make you fat. I was 150 a few months ago (I'm 5'11'' ) and then I started meds, now I'm 180… It's a shame too cause I used to be awesome at DDR, now I can't even pass regular old Max 300 on heavy :( Although thats really the only exercise ive ever done so go figure
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Tyrapendragon at 1:51PM, May 30, 2007
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Last year I lost 92 lbs doing Weight Watchers. I started riding my bike a lot more. I don't have a car. I used to just take the bus everywhere on weekends now I ride everywhere. I should ride to work, but I'm too lazy in the morning.

I also teach Aikido on Wednesdays and train on Fridays. It's a lot easier to roll without all the extra weight.

My downfall is deserts. I love chocolate. The great thing about doing weight watchers is you can still eat deserts, but in moderation.
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gothelin at 7:41PM, May 30, 2007
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I take care of the computer, i can't go out and exercise.

Oh! I am so stealing that excuse!
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