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Creative Workout Regime - AntoniusMaximus - 09-03-2009

Howdy y'all, as someone who has lost 50 pounds in five months, I am always looking for new ways to liven up my workout regime.  Like I am looking for creative swimming exercises and also running drills that increases speed and endurance. 


Anyone got any hints?




Re: Creative Workout Regime - stvincentferrer - 09-04-2009

(09-03-2009, 11:18 PM)AntoniusMaximus Wrote: Howdy y'all, as someone who has lost 50 pounds in five months, I am always looking for new ways to liven up my workout regime.  Like I am looking for creative swimming exercises and also running drills that increases speed and endurance. 


Anyone got any hints?

I think you should be giving us some hints, considering you've lost that much in such a small amount of time.

I've read that Sylvester Stallone stays fit by eating super healthy, super un-tasty food 6 days a week, and then pigs out on pizza and ice cream the remaining day.



Re: Creative Workout Regime - Historian - 09-04-2009

(09-04-2009, 02:59 AM)stvincentferrer Wrote: I've read that Sylvester Stallone stays fit by eating super healthy, super un-tasty food 6 days a week, and then pigs out on pizza and ice cream the remaining day.

That doesn't make sense; healthy food by nature is tasty. Binges are not a good thing.

Also, he also uses some "help" ;)

(09-03-2009, 11:18 PM)AntoniusMaximus Wrote: Howdy y'all, as someone who has lost 50 pounds in five months, I am always looking for new ways to liven up my workout regime.  Like I am looking for creative swimming exercises and also running drills that increases speed and endurance. 

Anyone got any hints?
I do. I recommend looking around on this site: http://www.dragondoor.com/articler/


Re: Creative Workout Regime - Historian - 09-04-2009

I found a way to lose weight but I dont think youll like it...egyptian belly dance  :laughing:
PS- before you start giving me the "shame on you" its for exercise reasons only!


Re: Creative Workout Regime - Historian - 09-04-2009

(09-04-2009, 09:26 AM)SanctiDominici Wrote: I found a way to lose weight but I dont think youll like it...egyptian belly dance  :laughing:
PS- before you start giving me the "shame on you" its for exercise reasons only!

Veil and ogling sheik not required?


Re: Creative Workout Regime - Gman - 09-04-2009

Quote: I do. I recommend looking around on this site: http://www.dragondoor.com/articler/

I second this


Re: Creative Workout Regime - Historian - 09-04-2009

(09-04-2009, 09:28 AM)Rosarium Wrote:
(09-04-2009, 09:26 AM)SanctiDominici Wrote: I found a way to lose weight but I dont think youll like it...egyptian belly dance  :laughing:
PS- before you start giving me the "shame on you" its for exercise reasons only!

Veil and ogling sheik not required?

:laughing: No not required!


Re: Creative Workout Regime - Texican - 09-04-2009

http://www.crossfit.com/


Re: Creative Workout Regime - calicatholic - 09-05-2009

(09-03-2009, 11:18 PM)AntoniusMaximus Wrote: Howdy y'all, as someone who has lost 50 pounds in five months, I am always looking for new ways to liven up my workout regime.  Like I am looking for creative swimming exercises and also running drills that increases speed and endurance. 


Anyone got any hints?

Billy Blanks?  Pilates?  You're doing better than most, so how can we suggest?  I always liked a good hike.  If you're trying to tone up, you'll need something that works your major muscle groups - like pilates :)




Re: Creative Workout Regime - BrevisVir55 - 09-05-2009

I just lift weights until I can't move any longer. I run a lot, sprinting mind you, not long distances- with my short, powerful legs I am suited to that. I wrestle my massive hounds, they keep me in shape. I eat whatever I like.
My father lost over 50 pounds in the past 6 months as well, he just ate like a rabbit and worked out all the time. He also drank Scotch during his workouts, not sure what that did for him but it must have worked!  :laughing:


Good luck!