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    Default Gym Rats?

    Anybody here into the fitness lifestyle? I'm an avid weightlifter train 5 times week,eat healthy most of the time,you know the fitness lifestyle. I was pretty chunky in high school but when i got to college i change my lifestyle completely went from a 200 pound fatty to a 162 pound jacked athlete. I love fitness it changed my life completely. I'm more confident in myself now.l I t can be a tough grueling journey at first but its so worth it in the end. Who here is into the lifestyle?


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    YUP, but moreso just cardio and running with a bit of arm weights every now and again! You really do feel good with it once you really get going with your commitments. -w-
    Do we do home gyms or gym memberships here?




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    I've been into working out since I was 12. It started off as just cardio and eventually evolved into weight training as well. A bit after I started high school my stomach started acting up really badly (eventually got diagnosed with Crohn's), which ****ed up with my schedule. Everything from when I sleep, eat, and workout. However I'm working with it and made it my goal that even if I can't go to the gym to weight train, to atleast workout three times a week. Mostly doing pullups, pushups, and that sort of thing. I've been debating about whether I want to buy weights to workout at home with.



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    Can't say I am really part of the fitness culture, but I am trying my best to exercise and eat healthy, and now I need some advice. I took up pilates relatively recently, but I am having trouble sticking with it. Anyone have suggestions? Also, does anyone know how to eat healthy on a college campus? It's so hard to do that even though I tend to avoid pizza and soda. Anyhoo, I plan to get a six pack since family has noticed I've put on some weight. (is that healthy to do for a woman? I really don't know.)


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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalSonic View Post
    YUP, but moreso just cardio and running with a bit of arm weights every now and again! You really do feel good with it once you really get going with your commitments.
    Same here with me. I want to get more into weight lifting and all that, but I just got a gym membership a few weeks ago and go for cardio a few times a week. It does great for me too and I am looking forward to get more into it, just have to make that next step, you know?
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    Quote Originally Posted by McHearth View Post
    I've been debating about whether I want to buy weights to workout at home with.
    You should, I love to lift weights while watching movies, it's like the best combination of useful and fun.
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    Pfff, don't make me laugh.

    Just kidding, I don't lift weights or train per se, but I play basketball, if that counts. It's exercise.
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    I want to try to do weightlifting but I'm worried that I might not get tall anymore

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    I am. I am into bodybuilding. I've even taken part in a tournament (Though I did very badly aka 5th of 10 in my class)
    I work out 6 days a week and currently work as a personal trainer.

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    i am a huge sports fanatics an do sports 5 times a week.
    i love running contests and mudruns/obstacle courses.
    i mostly do group lessons like bodypump, bootcamp and kickboxing in the gym.
    really love to excercise since it is a great escape from everyday life.
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    I done gym stuff two years ago. It was for free. I had a lot of fun.

    I stopped coz that was free. Since I dont work in the hotel who owns the gym I quit haha.

    Im planning to go to the gym as well this year probably.

    My gf loves to go there. Three gyms and she also does kick boxing *-* nya~

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    Quote Originally Posted by brendan25 View Post
    I want to try to do weightlifting but I'm worried that I might not get tall anymore
    The whole growth plate thing ? It's a myth. I your still growing do not put too much pressure on your spine with squats until your fully grown. Other than that jus be careful.

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