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    Monday:

    Morning: Ran 10km.
    Afternoon: Lower abs, triceps, delts, upper abs, chest.
    Evening: Yoga.


    Today:

    Morning: Cycled 42km.
    Afternoon: Lower abs, biceps, upper abs, back.
    Evening: Taekwondo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Afternoon: Lower abs, triceps, delts, upper abs, chest.
    This is the workout thread, not the body parts you've brushed up against whilst stood in the doorway at school thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    This is the workout thread
    Then WTF are you doing in it?


    Or is lifting 12 doughnuts to yer slob-hole considered as 'biceps' now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    This is the workout thread, not the body parts you've brushed up against whilst stood in the doorway at school thread.


    Wot on Earth do you mean?




    This morning: 15km jogging

    1 hour 42 Hippos.


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    Log in your workouts today!-screen-shot-2020-07-13-10-a

    Did this on the bike yesterday. Thought I saw a flat section of road once, but it turned out to be a hallucination.

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    Log in your workouts today!-107340771_10159455686903306_7484084914541874769_n-jpg


    I beat my distance from a few weekends ago of 30kms.

    Since I started this thread, eons ago, I thought I'd post in it.

    Also gone full ketogenic a few days ago.. eating fat rocks. Fat never tasted so fvcking good!

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    Laid 100 bricks, mixed 3 large tubs of concrete by hand and dug two trenches in this heat.

    A good productive work-out.

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    ^Great stuff, Loy Toy. Best workout is just using your own bodyweight. Bricks aren't light! lol

    ^^Good hills there, Slap!
    ^^^Wonderful Edmond! You are really active these days I see.

    I'm happy as my gym is opening in three days after being closed for four months. As I said prior though i've already dropped three pant sizes so I've been doing my own thing at home.

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    Not sure if anyone is interested.. but a friend took a video of me doing Muay Thai three years ago now in Hua Hin. I was there for three weeks.. it was my third time doing Muay Thai in an eight year span within Thailand. I do it for the fun/fitness.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    Not sure if anyone is interested.. but a friend took a video of me doing Muay Thai three years ago now in Hua Hin. I was there for three weeks.. it was my third time doing Muay Thai in an eight year span within Thailand. I do it for the fun/fitness.


    Good on ya for having a go. I did Muay Thai training 2 - 3 times per week for over a decade and it's some the best work outs you can get. I still do some now but only a few times a month mainly due to a knee injury. You will get some piss take for the video, but it will be from people who have never hit a pad or bag in their lives.

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    This morning: 10 km easy run.

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    ^Cool!

    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles View Post
    Good on ya for having a go. I did Muay Thai training 2 - 3 times per week for over a decade and it's some the best work outs you can get. I still do some now but only a few times a month mainly due to a knee injury. You will get some piss take for the video, but it will be from people who have never hit a pad or bag in their lives.
    That's good for you.. I think it is an amazing workout all around. The part they don't show is all the situps and stuff they make you do afterwards. I was doing 5 rounds twice a day with this program I was on. Plus yoga, HIIT, and a 6 km walk all in one day. I dropped 20 pounds in three weeks here. I really love it, but yes it is hard on the knees. I hurt myself a few times as well, my knee and foot.

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    Morning: 2 egg cheese omelette. 10km run.

    Straight on the bike for a 15km sprint.


    Lunch: Can of chickpeas with minced garlic, jalapeno, yellow pepper, roast cumin, lime juice, EVOO, S&P.


    Afternoon: Lower abs, triceps, delts, upper abs, chest.


    Evening: Out for a Ruby and 6 large icy ones.

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    Doing a half marathon in Malaysia soon enough (should travel be open), 21km running, quite proud of that. Better get some research done off the interwebs.





    Running a half marathon everyday.




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    ^ I think the running a half mile every day is enough for me...

    I managed a 6 mile walk before lunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
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    A week's virtual elevation challenge starts today. I'm aiming for the height of Everest over 7 days, which roughly equates to 4,200ft of vertical ascent every day. Not a lot going on here in terms of mountains, so I have to use inclines in North and South Downs and rep them - this will probably mean running/hiking 10 or more miles a day. Literally taking masochism to new heights here, but it's all about the pain, yo.

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    ^ That sounds very cool, if a tad sore.


    If I remember my geography correctly, that's 8,848 meters of elevation... over 7 days = 1.264 kilometres of elevation daily.

    Yeah, you'd definitely feel that. Or us mere mortals would, at least.

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    It's the quads that are bearing the brunt of this challenge - steep downhills load up the thighs and they get pretty sore pretty quick.

    Way behind, with around 6500ft ascent logged at the moment, but hoping to get another 3500 in this afternoon.

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    Up at 830am for a 9am one hour toning class. Did lots of free weights for every body part, plus planks, situps, pushups, etc.
    Did the same class a few days ago plus a 15 km bike ride. Getting lots of compliments these days on my weight loss.
    Hard work pays off.

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    1 hour of intense spin class.. heart rate was off the charts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    1 hour of intense spin class.. heart rate was off the charts.
    How high did it go, MM? Was it near your maximum heart rate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    How high did it go, MM? Was it near your maximum heart rate?


    Mine is 172

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    Mine is 172
    From an actual test or observation, or an estimate based on age, Dave?

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