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  1. #31

    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Outer Fucking Space.
    Throwing, and Matwork
    I do 3 weeks on, 1 week off. I do a program for 3 weeks, and check my powerlifting totals during the off week and do my PT test just to see how much better I am at it.

  2. #32

    Join Date
    Sep 2004
    Keep going North until I say stop
    Wado Kai
    Quote Originally Posted by Sirc
    So Sirc's been a lazy bugger for the last 2 months. My family has a genetic leaning towards gaining weight, or at least that's what I'd like to think. If I keep up a decent workout I will weight about 150lbs walking and in my peak physical condition, I'll be around 140ish depending on how much I lift.

    Anyway, being a lazy butt has put me back up at 155lbs and I'm feeling sluggish and yucky. How do you motivate yourself to train? I've lost a bit of motivation for various reasons. Usually I train to compete, but there is a serious lack of competitions in my area and I can't justify spending the little amounts of money I have to travel vast distances to compete. Please give me ideas to motivate myself to get off my lazy ass and go kick some.
    155lbs? And you feel sluggish?

    What are you, a leprechaun?

    As for being motivated, you need to be accountable to someone other than yourself. Running around in a circle throwing punches will work up a sweat, but nothing else. Paying for training is probably the best thing. Other than that, find people to train with you, even if they are from different styles. At least you'll know that you have a regular ass beating every second wednesday (or whatever). That'll get you off your ass.

    Of course, being 3 feet tall and green might be a problem for you, but we can't fix everything at once.:XXjester:
    Quote Originally Posted by pauli
    i was once told that "do" means wrecking people's **** for your own philosophical betterment.

    Quote Originally Posted by melvin_peebles
    I could be mistaking dumbness for delusion. I'll have to go dig out my DSM IV. It's great to have stumbled upon this site. The rich fauna and flora of mental dysfunction that exists in the martial arts is amazing. It's like the Galapagos.

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