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My experience with this makes me want to create an MMOG based around calorie intake and expenditure since the same psychological effects are at work.
Workout goals:-Stay the course.
-Stay the course.
Alright, I've decided! I'm going to start running today after work. At my new place I can do a nice half mile loop without having to cross any major roads.
Well that was a raging success, I managed a whole quarter mile before I got winded. :PEDIT: and 10 push ups and sit ups...I'm done for the day...*passes out*
Wow. You are out of shape!
Yes, so out of shape. I don't quite understand, the walking, it does nothing!
Has anyone ever done that "100 pushups" plan? I read about it a year ago, took the initial test and was able to do 26, but by week three it was telling me I should be able to do way more than my body could handle. Maybe I should dial it back and try to stretch out the progress, but I'd like to hear other people that had success with it or I'll stick to my regular workouts.
Has anyone ever done that "100 pushups" plan?
1. IncreaseSilk Cutcigarette consumption to four packs a day.2. Only wake up in gutter in pool of own vomit after Chelsea or Arsenal victory.
Mental note: Working legs before getting on the arc trainer is a horrible idea.
Has anyone ever run a marathon, I am training for nex year. Supposely I should be able to run those 27 miles by December, right now I can run 18 miles. I am following the nike+ schedule. I was looking for some advice on how to better my time and built my stamina. :P
What's weird is I always see these seemingly completely untrained people running, and finishing, the marathon. Old people, Chilean miners, politicians, celebrities, etc. Are they just doing it by going very slowly?