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  1. Hey, everyone! I'm curious what people are doing for their workouts. I only go to Muay Thai twice a week. What can I do to improve my stamina and strength? One routine I saw is run 2+ miles, jump rope 3 rounds, shadow box 2 rounds, then heavy bag 3 rounds. Should I try to fit in things like pushups, squats, situps, etc? I do my workouts at home, where I have a heavy bag, but I don't have a gym membership where I can lift weights or anything. Thanks, ninjas!
  2. I'm Lieutenant Dan. Fuck you 2016. Woo...it is a new year. A brand new spanking year that I desperately need. I have been out for the forums quite a bit last year for one main reason! Quick reminder for all of you folks who have yet to meet the Queen of Gifs; I am BlackTezca and I first joined the Rebellion back in 2014! I started out with my very first post in From Lurker to (Newb) Rebel! I also started a new battle log for the year titled BlackTezca's Daily Battle Towards A Much Better Year (We all need a much better year). I had a lovely challenge during my Golden age in
  3. 1) Keep a food journal and post for 30 days 2) Keep track of macros: proteins, carbs and fats in food for 30 days. 3) Do an established work out routine for 30 days. 4) Read a book for fun at night before bed.
  4. I now have a fairly stable workout routine I do 3 times every week on average, and I'd love some criticism on it. I usually work out after a 15+ hour fast, which seems to have increased my performance compared to before. Here's the workout routine: I always do 5 repetitions per set. 1: 5 sets overhead press, 3 minutes rest, some form of squat between sets (split squat at the moment for example), since my gym has no rack. 2: 5 sets pullups, 3 minutes rest, dips between sets 3: 5 sets thigh abductor machine (I'm convinced they'll help my triangle choke in jujits
  5. June 1, 7:39 am Today is the day that I woke up eager to start the reset and upgrade of my life. My Motivational playlist playing, my inspiring pictures flashing on my background, water bottle within my reach and my energy eager to go. 20 body weight squats 10 push ups 20 walking lunges 10 dumbbell rows (using a gallon milkjug) 15 second plank 30 Jumping Jacks The beginners Workout. I only did one set, and that's O.K. I am getting my body ready for more sets in the very near future. After the workout. I like the idea of taking a set of photos on the 1st of the mon
  6. I guess a little Intro is in Order: My Name is Beren,I am 23 years old and this is my second Challenge. For this challenge, and in the hope that I will start the new Year successfully, I have decided to kick it up a little. My last Challenge wasn’t easy to say the least, but It really kept me going and motivated, so I want to try it again, this time with a little more commitment. You can check out my last challenge here, and about my motivations here ! That should be enough Intro, lets get to it! Since this post is going to be long, I took the liberty of "spoiler-tagging" the boring stuff
  7. I'm looking for a weekly routine to increase strength and running speed and toning my body and adding on pounds I'm a smaller guy but want to gain healthy weight used to be a sprinter in track I jus overall want to tone everything but am terrible at researching for routines apparently I've don't the body wait training but I want to do some dumbbell training as well anyone have any suggestions
  8. Hello, everyone. I've been trying around with different approaches to training and so far nothing is working. I'm petite (four foot nine), ectomorphic, and in NO need of losing weight. I also do not want to bulk or create a boxy look for someone of my height and size. That said, I do want to increase muscle mass in my shoulders, calves, and bum. Some ab definition would be nice too. My Body Fat % is around 21%. I'm not doing this for the sake of looking good into a bikini- I have always appeared delicate and child-like all my life, and I want to make a change. I want to re-structure my body i
  9. I'll try to get this to the point where I'm posting daily, but this first post is almost overdue enough to call it a weekly retrospective. MONDAY Exercise Goal: StrongLifts workout A - my first! Squats - 5x5 @ 45lbs Bench Press - 2x5 @ 45lbs Barbell Row - 4x5 @45lbs Jog/Walk on treadmill - 15 minutes/1mi Food Goal: Total Intake: 1759cal - 96 over goal of 1663 Fats: 60g - 11g under goal of 71g Protein: 73g - 87g under goal of 160g Carbs: 140g - 42g over goal of 98g Fiber: 31g - 1g under goal of 32-40g Thoughts: Sooo I suck at the bench press. I'd like to blame it on my bum shoulder, but i
  10. Hello everyone, first let me say that I love the site and community and thank you in advance for any help. I am 6'5 and weigh about 265 pounds, Im definitely overweight and am working to get healthy, but diet and exercise wise, but I want to get big, not lean. I ran cross country in highschool and hated being skinny, even though I was eating and healthy. I love cosplay and would love to build some bulky muscle so I could look like Conan or Thor. I have access to the gym and am fairly comfortable in there, but I dont really know what I need to do to build my muscle huge and get rid of my bit
  11. So, it's been about a week now since I officially started a workout routine! I started with the Beginners Body Weight exercise that Steve had put up. From there, I increased what I could and added a couple of other things today! It's been an intense yet fun exercise, and I am definitely enjoying it. Here's what my progress looks like so far: Wednesday, February 20th, 2013: 50 Jumping Jacks warm up, 3 TIMES ROUTINE - 20 Body Weight Squats - 10 Push Ups - 20 Lunges - 10 Dumbbell Rows - 30 Second Plank - 30 Jumping Jacks Friday, February 22nd, 2013: 50 Jumping Jacks warm up, 3 TIMES ROUTINE -
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