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#18 - see you in hell candy boy!  [+] (1 new reply) 04/08/2014 on Dont try this at home +1
User avatar #21 - assrocket (04/08/2014) [-]
Your move, Mr Law Man!
I'm sorry.
#5 - test 03/04/2014 on woah 0
#11 - in this house we obey the laws of thermodynamics! 02/18/2014 on Work Ethic +7
#1 - i came from the frontpage and this made me lol heartily 01/23/2014 on Boink 0
#2 - Picture 01/20/2014 on sensitive n*gga +1
#65 - Idk I'm a pretty long term thinker I guess. I'd just really li…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/05/2014 on The new year is here... +2
User avatar #66 - DmOnZ (01/05/2014) [-]
As I said, do what you have to. Working out is incredibly personal, and I can only tell you so much. Do what works for you and stick with it. And don't worry, if that's what you need to keep exercising, than that's what'll happen.
#60 - damn, you're serious. welp I'll force myself to get up tmro an…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/05/2014 on The new year is here... +2
User avatar #63 - DmOnZ (01/05/2014) [-]
Good, do what you have to. If you were planning on it, I wouldn't recommend posting your weight, daily on a calendar either. Sometimes you can get discouraged at what might seem to be an unchanging number, and it can effect how and when you work out (I speak from experience). That being said, sometimes seeing the same thing without any change for a week tells you that you need to step it up. Try to keep the cardio continuous as well, between the bike and elliptical keep your heart rate up and don't let it fall. It just gets harder and harder to get back into the groove if it does.
#65 - jackkingoff (01/05/2014) [-]
Idk I'm a pretty long term thinker I guess. I'd just really like to look back in like 3 months be at like 180-190 and actaully see the day I decided to do something about feeling shitty all the time. and i've got some muscle from working out alot when i was younger, pretty far from the michelin man atm
but yo you better give me shit tmro though, you said you would! and some day I'll be fit again and achieve all the things i want to achieve and be healthy and become a self made millionare off my DmOnZ gym wear clothing line
User avatar #66 - DmOnZ (01/05/2014) [-]
As I said, do what you have to. Working out is incredibly personal, and I can only tell you so much. Do what works for you and stick with it. And don't worry, if that's what you need to keep exercising, than that's what'll happen.
#52 - sick, I'm pumped  [+] (6 new replies) 01/05/2014 on The new year is here... +4
User avatar #54 - DmOnZ (01/05/2014) [-]
Good. There is one condition though, draw out an exercise schedule. I don't want specifics like how long you're gonna run for, that's up to you to decide for yourself. I want to see what you're planning to do each day. One of the biggest problems is people overwork themselves and get hurt. That being said, I started running everyday of the week for 30, then 40, then 50 minutes and powered through the injuries... While that is REALLY not advisable, I lucked out and didn't do any major damage. Hell, it helped me put cramps into perspective. So if you are willing to accept potential, permanent bodily harm and subject yourself to an intense regimen, go all out and do as much as you can... but I don't condone it.
User avatar #438 - herpderpstrom (01/05/2014) [-]
I've worked with several experienced coaches, and they all agree that everybody needs at least one completely work out free day per week. It doesn't matter if you are in extraordinarily good shape, your body still needs to get regular opportunities to rest well and heal up. If you don't do this, you are much more prone to injuries (sadly, I'm speaking from personal experience). If you want to train 7 times or more per week, it's better in the long run to do several work outs per day some days, and keep one day a week completely off!
If you are only just starting out, I'd recommend that you gradually increase your training hours for about 3 weeks. Remember to drink enough water and stretch well. Some may say stretching is for p*ssies, but it's not very cool to be injured, either...

#60 - jackkingoff (01/05/2014) [-]
damn, you're serious. welp I'll force myself to get up tmro and get a gym membership(it's cold as fuck in canada going outside isn't an option for now) and since i'm incredibly out of shape I'm gonna start off light and do 15 minutes of cycling and maybe 15 minutes on an elliptical, then eventually add some low weight high rep freeweight exercises. I legit just got up and wrote my weight(219 (at 6'3)) on my calender, which I've been telling myself I'd do for a while
User avatar #63 - DmOnZ (01/05/2014) [-]
Good, do what you have to. If you were planning on it, I wouldn't recommend posting your weight, daily on a calendar either. Sometimes you can get discouraged at what might seem to be an unchanging number, and it can effect how and when you work out (I speak from experience). That being said, sometimes seeing the same thing without any change for a week tells you that you need to step it up. Try to keep the cardio continuous as well, between the bike and elliptical keep your heart rate up and don't let it fall. It just gets harder and harder to get back into the groove if it does.
#65 - jackkingoff (01/05/2014) [-]
Idk I'm a pretty long term thinker I guess. I'd just really like to look back in like 3 months be at like 180-190 and actaully see the day I decided to do something about feeling shitty all the time. and i've got some muscle from working out alot when i was younger, pretty far from the michelin man atm
but yo you better give me shit tmro though, you said you would! and some day I'll be fit again and achieve all the things i want to achieve and be healthy and become a self made millionare off my DmOnZ gym wear clothing line
User avatar #66 - DmOnZ (01/05/2014) [-]
As I said, do what you have to. Working out is incredibly personal, and I can only tell you so much. Do what works for you and stick with it. And don't worry, if that's what you need to keep exercising, than that's what'll happen.
#50 - I saved your comment for later motivation, really carried with…  [+] (8 new replies) 01/05/2014 on The new year is here... +4
User avatar #51 - DmOnZ (01/05/2014) [-]
If you really want me too I'll make sure I do. Anything to help people get to their ideal, but more importantly healthy, body image.
#52 - jackkingoff (01/05/2014) [-]
sick, I'm pumped
User avatar #54 - DmOnZ (01/05/2014) [-]
Good. There is one condition though, draw out an exercise schedule. I don't want specifics like how long you're gonna run for, that's up to you to decide for yourself. I want to see what you're planning to do each day. One of the biggest problems is people overwork themselves and get hurt. That being said, I started running everyday of the week for 30, then 40, then 50 minutes and powered through the injuries... While that is REALLY not advisable, I lucked out and didn't do any major damage. Hell, it helped me put cramps into perspective. So if you are willing to accept potential, permanent bodily harm and subject yourself to an intense regimen, go all out and do as much as you can... but I don't condone it.
User avatar #438 - herpderpstrom (01/05/2014) [-]
I've worked with several experienced coaches, and they all agree that everybody needs at least one completely work out free day per week. It doesn't matter if you are in extraordinarily good shape, your body still needs to get regular opportunities to rest well and heal up. If you don't do this, you are much more prone to injuries (sadly, I'm speaking from personal experience). If you want to train 7 times or more per week, it's better in the long run to do several work outs per day some days, and keep one day a week completely off!
If you are only just starting out, I'd recommend that you gradually increase your training hours for about 3 weeks. Remember to drink enough water and stretch well. Some may say stretching is for p*ssies, but it's not very cool to be injured, either...

#60 - jackkingoff (01/05/2014) [-]
damn, you're serious. welp I'll force myself to get up tmro and get a gym membership(it's cold as fuck in canada going outside isn't an option for now) and since i'm incredibly out of shape I'm gonna start off light and do 15 minutes of cycling and maybe 15 minutes on an elliptical, then eventually add some low weight high rep freeweight exercises. I legit just got up and wrote my weight(219 (at 6'3)) on my calender, which I've been telling myself I'd do for a while
User avatar #63 - DmOnZ (01/05/2014) [-]
Good, do what you have to. If you were planning on it, I wouldn't recommend posting your weight, daily on a calendar either. Sometimes you can get discouraged at what might seem to be an unchanging number, and it can effect how and when you work out (I speak from experience). That being said, sometimes seeing the same thing without any change for a week tells you that you need to step it up. Try to keep the cardio continuous as well, between the bike and elliptical keep your heart rate up and don't let it fall. It just gets harder and harder to get back into the groove if it does.
#65 - jackkingoff (01/05/2014) [-]
Idk I'm a pretty long term thinker I guess. I'd just really like to look back in like 3 months be at like 180-190 and actaully see the day I decided to do something about feeling shitty all the time. and i've got some muscle from working out alot when i was younger, pretty far from the michelin man atm
but yo you better give me shit tmro though, you said you would! and some day I'll be fit again and achieve all the things i want to achieve and be healthy and become a self made millionare off my DmOnZ gym wear clothing line
User avatar #66 - DmOnZ (01/05/2014) [-]
As I said, do what you have to. Working out is incredibly personal, and I can only tell you so much. Do what works for you and stick with it. And don't worry, if that's what you need to keep exercising, than that's what'll happen.
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