Vexen Crabtree 2015


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Sociology, Theology, Anti-Religion and Exploration: Forcing Humanity Forwards

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Vexen Crabtree 2015


Rar, 4.18 miles in 35 minutes again. I'm very consistent. This time, however, it was non-stop, with no walking breaks (except for the occasional pause if stuck at a road). Which I'm pleased with! Also this morning at 4am I done 27 pressups (from full height to nose-to-floor pressups) nonstop, which was also good. I'm getting the hang on this!

I want to attain an athletes level of fitness!

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Re: Notes from an endorphin addict

Rar, sounds like you know considerably more about popular fitness programs than me! I hardly know anything! I'm following a military pre-training program, which includes warm up/down stretches & things too, so I'm just trusting that it's a good regime.

I admire your research & aims! Orinoco also gives me advise about various things to do in order to get more balance... I don't know anyone around me who I can train with.

I'm doing it because I want to have deep stamina and am doing it as part of an overall holistic strenghtening of my life, body and mind... my aim is to be doing 30 pressups per go. Nearly there! I'm on week 3 of a 4 week course.

Re: Notes from an endorphin addict

30 press-ups per go isn't really that much - I've got a back complaint [arthritis in my lower spine] and part of the exercises I've been given to remediate this involves trying to do 100 press-ups and 100 sit-ups per day [the idea being both to maintain flexibility of the spine, and also to strengthen the muscles of the torso so they are better able to support the injured bone].

I can currently do 2x50 sit-ups and 3x30 press-ups, if I have a 5-minute recovery period between them.

Stretching is good though - thats another thing I have to do: muscles round injured joints naturally go into spasm, and this can lead to them becoming permanently shortened as a result.

a few months ago i discovered the ballet workout and I MUST suggest it to anyone who loves their legs.It is low impact,kinda like yoga,but it works every muscle and firms like nothing else!It rocks!

Not as much as I fear the dextrous fingers of l33t haxor 5P34|<


*hugs and kind of misses the cub*

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