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post #41 of 54 (permalink) Old 07-25-2014, 04:09 PM
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The 1000 pull ups were a joke.

Also I eat at least 3000 calories. It was hard at first but it's easy now ..


And Seriously push ups are easy. For me it's much easier than pull ups.

It's probably because when I first started all we did was squats push ups and run.

But this year I started eating well . And doing workouts smarter. I started doing pull ups and followed a weight training routine .

I guess you're right about most people not being able to do plenty of push ups . Most people at my school can't do more than 15 push ups. But most of those guys are either too skinny or too fat. And most of them can't do a single pull up.
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Hit the gym today.

Pushed my bench up by 5kg. Only really did a bit of benching and some tricep work.

Then I hit the bike. Maaaan I suck on a bike. I was mainly testing out my knee on it, but I barely made it 15 minutes without thinking I'd tie. Also, that damn seat. I honestly feel violated by it. I picked up a leaflet to a support group after my experience.

I'll be hitting the cross trainer for sure.

Food was Chicken Noodle soup for breakfast, few ham sandwiches (with white bred for you nazis) and pasta/bolognese for dinner. Hit Ribena hard too, like a boss!

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Hit the gym today.

Pushed my bench up by 5kg. Only really did a bit of benching and some tricep work.

Then I hit the bike. Maaaan I suck on a bike. I was mainly testing out my knee on it, but I barely made it 15 minutes without thinking I'd tie. Also, that damn seat. I honestly feel violated by it. I picked up a leaflet to a support group after my experience.

I'll be hitting the cross trainer for sure.

Food was Chicken Noodle soup for breakfast, few ham sandwiches (with white bred for you nazis) and pasta/bolognese for dinner. Hit Ribena hard too, like a boss!
That sodium.


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That sodium.
Really? I call it Knorr.

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Man, this knee is doing my head in. I've been shadow boxing every second of every day. I've been watching Fight Quest every day. I've been studying martial arts (learned a lot about Shuai Jiao, now learning about Baguazhang).

Every day I'm thinking about martial arts, but every single time I try and put a pivot to my elbow or punch, I feel like my knee is caught in a bubble. You know when your big toe feels like it's got some fluid in it or something, so you grab it and jerk it to the side so that it clicks? That's what my knee feels like. I want to be able to pull it to the side, click it, then it'll be fine.

I planned on going back this week but if one in every 15 punches has me creasing a little but, what will happen when I have some training adrenaline in me? My right leg is completely written off because it's my left knee, so throwing a right kick is out of question.

Any suggestions on anything I can do at home that will give me the "martial arts satisfaction"? I was thinking I could take the bag out, hit it without pivoting and standing in place, and maybe throw barely contacting kicks with my left leg (only problem there is landing heavy on it if I'm tired).

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92 lbs lighter and counting.
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I'm probably not lighter. I went back to drinking cans again, but to be fair the one night I drank spirits I may have ended up with an STI so a beer belly > a green penis.

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92 lbs lighter and counting.
102 lbs lighter.
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102 lbs lighter.
What was your starting weight?

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What was your starting weight?
272 lbs is when started really keeping track, that was my weight when I woke up just in my boxers. I was closer to 280 lbs at my peak. I guess technically I have lost more then 102 lbs, if I go by what my weight was this morning I weighed in at 167 lbs.
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