FH Fitness Thread

Discussion in 'The Front Room' started by ECA, Aug 28, 2012.

  1. ECA

    ECA I am a FH squatter

    Lets not shit up one guys personal blog type thread, so general thread!
     
  2. ECA

    ECA I am a FH squatter

    On a personal note, 2 weeks and down 1 stone :p ~5hrs exercise and a baconlicious keto diet.
     
  3. old.Tohtori

    old.Tohtori FH is my second home

    Well, 33 years soon in with no real exercise, eat "unhealthy" and all i've got to show is small manly beerbelly. Otherwise thin as a whistle'ish.
     
  4. Wazzerphuk

    Wazzerphuk FH is my second home

    Had a couple of months off cardio due to off season and injury.

    This week will be a busy one. Cardio yesterday, strength today, cardio wednesday & thursday, strength again friday. Saturday rest and Sunday the football season kicks off. Hopefully my foot has healed enough to play.
     
  5. Wazzerphuk

    Wazzerphuk FH is my second home

    Scrap that, today's off: I've forgotten my kit to go to the gym near work and out at a mate's house in the evening. Gah. Will have to work strength into tomorrow/thursday too!
     
  6. Scouse

    Scouse Glyphosate-fuelled tumor-boy FH Subscriber

    I tried the gym when I did a MCL injury a few years back. Even as a desparately-needed rehabilitation routine I think I'd have preferred a magically healed leg at the cost of being raped.

    Out on my bike today, did 36 miles of mixed offroad/road. My current PCL injury isn't playing up too much - but I need to stop seriously injuring myself.

    Lake District for Scafell Pike and some MTBing next week for a few days. :)
     
  7. Gray

    Gray FH is my second home

    When i started a new department in work, the training had all the chatter about Slimming World etc from the ladies. In the end i thought screw it and decided to go for it as well. Want to aim to lose about 8-10 stone in the next year.

    Started gym aiming for about 3-4 hours over the week if not more. Weekly i seem to be averaging about 2-3lb losses, feeling so good as well getting up early and going bed early etc, do feel more energised. Hit my first stone this week since one night out ruined all my progress. GoGo alcohol :p
     
  8. Punishment

    Punishment Part of the furniture

    Diets are a useless theory, your diet is just a reflection of your lifestyle.

    There is no cheating, just adjust your lifestyle by the required amount, no effort required just a small break from habit.
     
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  9. Wazzerphuk

    Wazzerphuk FH is my second home

    The easiest way to keep weight off is to not drink alcohol. Don't drink it and you won't become a fatty. More often than not.
     
  10. Lethul

    Lethul FH is my second home

    Gone up 6-7 kgs in the last year (85 now). My aim is another kilo or two and then start to burn some fat.
     
  11. Big G

    Big G Has a sexy sister. I am also a Bodhi wannabee.

    I hate the gym. I hate people that check-in on Facebook at the gym. Infact, it even spawned a meme:

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    Men could save themselves a lot of time and money if they all showed up at the gym, got their dicks out and said "ok, so who's dick is the biggest? His! - ok we can all go home now" instead of trying to lift weights that are clearly too heavy for them that they have to bend / snatch every single repetition. Also - gloves and belts on a machine? Bitch, please.

    Rant over, I bought free weights for the flat and do those twice a week to keep myself reasonably toned. I've started doing more cardio (at the gym, unfortunately) in preparation of a couple of long hikes I've got coming up, but I laugh at myself for driving 15 minutes so that I can run on the spot for 45 minutes, so I've decided to de-wankify myself and get running shoes.
     
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  12. Gwadien

    Gwadien Uneducated Northern Cretin

    I used to go to my mates gym alot, we usually got bored, and they made wicked sick burgers there, fail.
     
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  13. Raven

    Raven Brrrrr!

    I don't do anything but me and the wife have been discussing doing something together, probably some walking and such to start off with.

    I am pretty lazy tbh
     
  14. Raven

    Raven Brrrrr!

    Got a stag do followed by a greasy fry up this week end. I can be sick in a bag and make you some wicked sick burgers if you like!
     
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  15. Big G

    Big G Has a sexy sister. I am also a Bodhi wannabee.

    Walking is great for you!

    Sex and walking, that should fend off some ailments.
     
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  16. Nate

    Nate FH is my second home

    I ran 4 miles today, pretty happy with the time although I'm sure it's no ball breaker. Usually run 2.5 miles and get 9min/mi so glad I kept it under 10 for a longer run :) although some lady did try to stop me at 3.5miles shouting out the car "We're completely lost" to which I replied "I'm sorry, I can't stop" :cool: I feel like an arsehole :(

    Distance
    4.21
    mi

    Duration
    0:40:00
    h : m : s

    Avg. Pace
    9:30
    min/mi

    Avg. Speed
    6.31
    mph

    Burned
    526
    calories

    Climb
    115
    ft
     
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  17. ECA

    ECA I am a FH squatter

    If he runs under 6 miles an hour, he EXPLODES. SPEED THE PEDESTRIAN VERSION.
     
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  18. Ch3tan

    Ch3tan I aer teh win!!

    I went wheat free about 4 weeks ago now, not really strict, still have the occasional slice of bread. The fat fell of my belly within 2 weeks. Fuck you gluten, fuck you!
     
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  19. ECA

    ECA I am a FH squatter


    It's not the wheat it's the carbs, I'm doing keto ( super low carbs, high fat + protein atm ) 2 weeks 1 stone gone.
     
  20. Ch3tan

    Ch3tan I aer teh win!!

    Nah, I'm still having lots of carbs, brown rice, veg, cuscous etc. Just no bread and pasta.
     
  21. Appollo

    Appollo Part of the furniture

    One of my customers who is a body builder and fitness nut told me about that type today. Sounds like its working for you.
     
  22. Appollo

    Appollo Part of the furniture

    Comparable with my running atm.
    http://runkeeper.com/user/Spencem875/activity/108965340
     
  23. Billargh

    Billargh FH is my second home

    I normally average around 8-9/minute miles, managed to do almost 12 miles at that pace last week which I was quite impressed with. Currently I'm doing 3 runs a week, 2 easy ones at around 3-4 miles and one bigger one of an hour plus. Granted I'm not doing this to lose weight, I'm training for a half marathon in a few weeks.

    http://www.endomondo.com/workouts/84823257
     
  24. Appollo

    Appollo Part of the furniture

    I do 2 miles twice a week and 5 miles on a Sunday. I'm doing a quarter marathon end of September so will up the runs 2-3 weeks before.
     
  25. ECA

    ECA I am a FH squatter

    Definitely is, the main reason I think is that the high fat keeps you feeling full, where I've tried low fat diets before and just felt like fucking murdering both people and food all the time :p

    A lot of the bodybuilder types seem to approach it from the paleo angle, where as the keto approach is more scientific, very similar ideas with different reasoning.
     
  26. Bahumat

    Bahumat FH is my second home

    Isn't all that fat and protein going to damage your kidneys though? Also do you get just as much energy from protein as you do carbs? By that I'm asking, would you be more tired?
     
  27. Bahumat

    Bahumat FH is my second home

    ATM I am doing a weights regime 3 times a week. Takes about an hour. I'm currently on my 6th week and can tell I'm getting stronger by my progression. Don't feel visually any different yet, but it's still early days.

    Trying to eat a bit more protein and a bit less junk.
     
  28. noblok

    noblok Part of the furniture

    Couscous is wheat-based, though (and contains gluten unless you go for a special kind like spelt).
     
  29. Lethul

    Lethul FH is my second home

    You sound weak :)
     
  30. Ch3tan

    Ch3tan I aer teh win!!

    I know, but I don't have it that often and it doesn't make me feel bloated; bread and pasta do.
     

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