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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    It looks uncannily like a wanking rhythm
    Lycra chick was hot, the park security guards lax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    It's all about recovery
    Have personally found that an afternoon 90 minute 4 hands warm oil massage does wonders after a morning session.

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    Everyone liks a happy ending.

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    Chitty is right if we are talking proper exercise like weight training, in that rest time your muscles are repairing themselves from being ripped.

    Mincing around the local park at 6kmh with your walkman, headband and fitbit.... the only thing that is getting ripped.... is the piss out of you, by the women runners who keep lapping you

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    ^If you're doing serious weight training or body-weight exercises, there is a bit of herbal supplementation available (other than Wheys and Creatine) to overcome muscle and joint fatigue.

    Started taking Ginger (no sniggering) in a morning, and feel a lot better for it. Adding other natural anti-imflamms like Turmeric and Cinnamon is good also.

    https://www.healthline.com/nutrition...inger#section3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    the women runners who keep lapping you
    I'm okay with it.



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    The 2 finger special is a vital part of the 4 hands warm oil recovery massage Dill.

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    ^ i do feel invigorated after that, my first ever massage in Thailand without happy ending

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    massage in Thailand without happy ending



    There's such a thing??


    Blimey.

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    Hobbled 500 metres around the park just. Amazing how much energy you have left without happy endings

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    We all need sustenance.

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    Maybe it's having lost weight and my stomach adjusting, or maybe it's eating after exercising, but nowadays I end up leaving all the stodgy rice crap and generally just eat the meat, egg, veg and soup in a meal, and usually not even all of it.

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    ^You need a few carbs, especially if you're committed to regular exercise, but dropping unnecessary / excess bread, rice, pasta, etc out of your daily feed (unless you live in fucking Antarctica, or similar) will remove the fat from you pretty quick.
    Although now in my 50's, I'm probably in better shape than I was in the previous two decades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmart View Post
    but dropping unnecessary / excess bread, rice, pasta, etc out of your daily feed
    Have naturally adjusted to much, much lower levels of eating bread/rice/pasta/potatoes.

    Simply don't want any toast with me breakfast/brunch, and just want a minuscule amount of rice/pasta/spuds/noodles with dinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmart View Post
    now in my 50's, I'm probably in better shape than I was in the previous two decades.
    Good job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Have naturally adjusted to much, much lower levels of eating bread/rice/pasta/potatoes.

    Simply don't want any toast with me breakfast/brunch, and just want a minuscule amount of rice/pasta/spuds/noodles with dinner.
    I am the opposite. I am eating double or more what I have in the last 15 or 20 years. Massive amounts of food.

    Must be that I am working off 3,000 or so calories a day and simply finding it hard to eat enough to replace them.

    The last couple of weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    I am the opposite.
    Could also be that I'm foolin' meself.

    Whatever it is, I'm happy for it.

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    Triceps, shoulders and back today.
    one day rest
    Biceps, chest
    one day rest
    cardio five days on 3 days off.

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    Today I mostly half-arsed my way through a Push (chest / shoulders / tris) workout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    Triceps, shoulders and back today.
    one day rest
    Biceps, chest
    one day rest
    cardio five days on 3 days off.
    Just a suggestion if I may?

    But on that sort of schedule you might be better off doing a full body workout on the every other day (and keep the cardio schedule).

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    Sweat pouring out in Rangsit
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    Quote Originally Posted by hick View Post
    Rangsit
    Going up to Future park soon, giz a shout if yer around.

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    Ahh Cheers Lu

    Gotta get Wow off at DM, then check into Ram...chain myself to a desktop for a couple days...

    Will try next week

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    Took me a while but I'm starting to enjoy working out in the gym - I think it's the smattering of Spandex-clad buttocks that does it. Aside from being a pervert though, I'm really enjoying the deadlifts - they make me feel extremely powerful and hunky.

    The gym also boasts relatively clean toilet facilities, which is a luxury not usually afforded to trail runners [shat in the woods again yesterday - it's autumn though so toilet paper was abundant].

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