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    (Original post by Kash:))
    What's wrong with say, running outside. So much more effective.

    i dont like exercising infront of people, i prefer it to be private, plus im not fit enough to go running yet
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    (Original post by tinktinktinkerbell)
    i dont like exercising infront of people, i prefer it to be private, plus im not fit enough to go running yet
    Neither do I. I go out as soon as the suns up.
    I do live in the country near some woods though, so I rarley see anyone.
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    Keep it constructive and civil please.
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    How about just joining the Gym I mean .. I go to the gym really early in the morning before Collge .. and stay there for lets say 30-40 mins. My fitness regime at the Gym is warm up with a bit of walking on the treadmill for a few seconds then start with 10mins of running /.. which will be around 1.5-2 Km, then 10min bike, then 10 min some weird machine for the arms and then again 10 min for the bike again .. stretch out have a shower feeel FAB
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    (Original post by ch0c0h01ic)
    Keep it constructive and civil please.
    hey my comment was neither destructive nor uncivil. :hmmm:
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    (Original post by LiterallyInsane)
    How about just joining the Gym I mean .. I go to the gym really early in the morning before Collge .. and stay there for lets say 30-40 mins. My fitness regime at the Gym is warm up with a bit of walking on the treadmill for a few seconds then start with 10mins of running /.. which will be around 1.5-2 Km, then 10min bike, then 10 min some weird machine for the arms and then again 10 min for the bike again .. stretch out have a shower feeel FAB

    cause ive paid out money for equipment at home that i want to use and like i say i prefer my workouts to be private
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    (Original post by Nfixlol)
    hey my comment was neither destructive nor uncivil. :hmmm:
    Nobody will miss it then.

    It wasn't contributing to the thread in any way - it got binned like everything else.
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    (Original post by tinktinktinkerbell)
    cause ive paid out money for equipment at home that i want to use and like i say i prefer my workouts to be private
    What equipment?
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    (Original post by Kash:))
    What equipment?


    exercise bike
    dumbbells
    weights machine (includes a station for squats/deadlift/chest press/pull down)
    boxing gloves/punch bag
    skipping rope
    pedometer
    gym ball with resistnace band

    and soon to be

    treadmill
    kettlebell (possibly)
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    Lool that must have been expensive. Well if anyone wants to loose weight I have a great fitness plan which works I use it.
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    (Original post by LiterallyInsane)
    Lool that must have been expensive. Well if anyone wants to loose weight I have a great fitness plan which works I use it.

    all added up aye it was lol

    not too bad though cause theyve been bought over a few years

    whats your plan?
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    What's your excuse for not running outside in public?

    I mean...

    "You ain't got no alibi"
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    (Original post by yodude888)
    What's your excuse for not running outside in public?

    I mean...

    "You ain't got no alibi"

    read the thread, ive already said why

    there is no reason for me to exercise outside when i can go it at home
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    I don't understand why you would buy a treadmill when you can run outside. All you need is a decent pair of running shoes (£60).

    That equipment must have cost a lot.
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    (Original post by Singh_2)
    I don't understand why you would buy a treadmill when you can run outside. All you need is a decent pair of running shoes (£60).

    That equipment must have cost a lot.

    you know if people read the topic i wouldnt have to keep repeating things

    yes it did but like i say i bought it over a few years
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    Use all that equipment then! Much better then joggin on the spot and star jumps, or whatever you said.
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    (Original post by Kash:))
    Use all that equipment then! Much better then joggin on the spot and star jumps, or whatever you said.
    i cant use any of it apart from my bike atm as its in storage hense why i came up with this routine until i can use is

    and tbh even then i will still do this as i like to have different workouts so i dont get bored
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    (Original post by tinktinktinkerbell)
    all added up aye it was lol

    not too bad though cause theyve been bought over a few years

    whats your plan?
    My plan is simple and effective .

    All you have to do is eat what you want
    but eater in smaller bits ,.. and yeah you must have minimum 30mins
    exercise .. I can explain in details .. but PM me if you want info.
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    (Original post by tinktinktinkerbell)
    read the thread, ive already said why

    there is no reason for me to exercise outside when i can go it at home
    You haven't really given any valid reason, and you can't run inside unless you have a treadmill - which is the biggest waste of money ever.
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    (Original post by yodude888)
    You haven't really given any valid reason, and you can't run inside unless you have a treadmill - which is the biggest waste of money ever.

    i gave reasons, if you dont think they are valid thats your problem
 
 
 
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