View Poll Results: Are you training right now?

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  • Yes! Lots of class, strict diet and gym time!

    39 20.00%
  • Yes! Class a few times a week, semi-diet, occasional gym.

    109 55.90%
  • Yes. I attend class twice a week. No diet. No gym.

    29 14.87%
  • No, I'm not in training right now. Age, retired, or training others.

    1 0.51%
  • No, I'm not training for medical, financial, etc. reasons.

    14 7.18%
  • No, I'm not training at all or plan to for at least 6 months.

    3 1.54%
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  1. #11
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Right now? Of course not silly, I'm sitting at my computer. Haha. What a silly poll.
    More human than human is our motto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirc
    Which one of you people are actually training right now? I don't mean that, "I go to the gym 2 times a week and spar every other day" is training. I mean like, "I'm on a somewhat strict diet, where I'm at the gym every other day with a good workout schedule and sparring every other if not every day." training. Or are you somewhere in between?
    I am ... finished my first work-out of the day a few minuts ago ... 5AM to around 730AM, 7 days a week. Hit another around lunch and the 3rd (final) work-out of the day some time this evening. Been that way for years ... old habits die hard ... which is a good thing for an old Man like me.
    Last edited by JFS USA; 11/30/2005 7:42am at .

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFS USA
    I am ... finished my first work-out of the day a few minuts ago ... 5AM to around 730AM, 7 days a week. Hit another around lunch and the 3rd (final) work-out of the day some time this evening. Been that way for years ... old habits die hard ... which is a good thing for an old Man like me.
    You must be pretty strong, but can you lift an Xbox?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEGA JESUS-SAN
    You must be pretty strong, but can you lift an Xbox?
    Lift it to toss it in the trash.

    Bought my Child one ... it lasted about 6 months and started to freeze all the time. Took it back to the store ... it only came with 60 or 90 day buyer's protection package ... forget whether it was 2 or 3 months.

    PS rules ... XBox sucks.

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Then JFS, you get to click the first option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFS USA
    Lift it to toss it in the trash.

    Bought my Child one ... it lasted about 6 months and started to freeze all the time. Took it back to the store ... it only came with 60 or 90 day buyer's protection package ... forget whether it was 2 or 3 months.

    PS rules ... XBox sucks.
    JFS wins so fucking hard because Xbox jokes usually go right over the heads of old people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirc
    Then JFS, you get to click the first option.
    No Dude, can't do it. I never "diet" as such. I eat what I want and as much as I want. I'm all of 10 pounds heavier than when I was 16. Never been fat a day in my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osiris
    The diet thing is unnecessary.
    I think you are right. Never bothered with that ****.

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Yet everyone says that diet is the most important thing.

    From personal experience, eating a medium steak or a kebab makes a massive difference to putting on a 5K run afterwards.

    edit: I mean steak good, kebab bad :)

    I voted for the second option. My schedule:

    Monday Muay Thai
    Tues 5KM run
    Wed MT
    Thu MT
    Fri/Sat/Sun 5K run one of those days

    Diet: brown bread+honey+orange jiuce for breakfast, ham+cheese sandwich midday, lunch, another sandwich mid-afternoon, dinner. Main meals are either meat (steak, lamb, some chicken) or pasta, or fish. Fruit after the main meals.

    I try to do a steak on an MT night and pasta on a run night.

    I down a lightly mixed carbohydrate drink (500ml) after each workout for rehydration and recovery.

    I actively seek to punish my body to make it evolve to the next level. We'll see.

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    Some people need it, some don't. I can't keep above 140lbs without dieting. If I don't watch what I eat, I drop weight damn fast.

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