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“I went back into the "Weight Room" at the Y and worked the weight machines. Feels great to be back. It's nice to have a balance of things. I do Fitness Classes, I Swim, Do Karate Class, and Work out on my own in the weight room.”
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I think writing a bio definitely helps others to relate to you, but photos and challenges/achievements can also mean a lot. I also think that writing a bio can help a Tribesporter really think through who they are and why they sport, which is a gr...
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Yusef D Hi guys ,my name is Yusef .i want to tell you my story :) at the age of 12 i started football and is very active person. i was always the thinnest and the tallest in the team so i decided to start the gym with some weights. i started gym at the age of 17 . i am 6 ft 4 tall and 98 kilos with muscles. my fat percentage is 15.4 . I go to the gym 5 times a week and i inspire a lot of people to go there so they can have a good body . my aim in life is to become a successful man in sports related and i'm willing to do anything to help people in sports :)
Beth C I've been doing circuit training for a month now. Here's my circuit training workout: Burpees 20 reps; Squats with weights 20 reps; Jumping Jacks 20 reps, Dead Lifts 20 reps; Fast Feet on Box 10 reps each leg; Push ups 10 reps; Leg curls 15 reps; Crunches 15 reps and Obliques 15 reps on exercise ball holding 2lb medicine ball; Mountain Climbers - 20 reps; Plank 60 seconds; Side planks 30 seconds each side and Bridge 30 seconds each leg raise up. When you complete one circuit, rest for 1 to 2 minutes, then complete the second circuit. After the first 2 weeks, when you've become comfortable doing two complete circuits during a workout, increase your workload to three circuits per workout. In every exercise, use a weight that you can handle comfortably for the number of repetitions noted. When that becomes too easy, increase the weight on each set by 10 percent or less.
Don C I've been trying to survive the heat. I work outside and we have had a long stretch of 90-100 degree weather. So I've been doing my running on my treadmill. I'm trying to learn to work with a kettlebell a little.
Margaret R Well i have decided to give crossfit a try….on monday i will start the ramp up class to learn everything and then i will go from there. :):):)
Margaret R getting back into exercising…completing any challenges that my knees and back will allow me to do. PLus I am not getting any younger and I need to be able to keep up with my kiddos :)
Why not ask for some advice from other Challenge takers, or read some of the Challenge guides first?OK, I'll keep working at it!
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