quote:Originally posted by VillianGlib-sinBored:You already know what I like to do but I have given it a new name, AAP (Asphyxiation Avoidance Practice). Nothing is a better workout or makes you feel alive like having your friends try and "put you to sleep" by strangling while you do your best to avoid it and do the same to them.
quote:Originally posted by VillianGlib-sinBored:... like having your friends try and "put you to sleep" by strangling ...
quote:I can't spend all my time chasing after that pussy.
quote:Originally posted by Splitcoil:quote:I can't spend all my time chasing after that pussy. We all tell ourselves that, don't we?
quote:For me, it's four or five days a week. Usually it's two sets of 30 pushups, one set of 80-100 situps (depending on how I'm feeling), and 50 to 75 minutes on a stationary bike or elliptical. If I'm feeling wimpy, it's planks instead of the pushups and situps and maybe 15 minutes less of the cardio.
quote:Originally posted by editengine:I never have the patience to do 50 minutes of ... anything actually.
quote:Originally posted by Trogdor:The Perfect Pushup things let you rotate your arms axially as you go up and down. Makes a difference in tone and definition I think. Besides, I have them in a corner of my office so I use them more than if it were a weight setup or a gym.Don't get the knockoffs or copies though. The Perfect Pushup ones rotate smoothly and are built solid.
quote:Originally posted by editengine:I like pilates, and want to try yoga but I just don't have the time/funds now I think. For yoga how are the gym classes versus the yoga studios? Same basic stuff or is there a real difference?
quote:Originally posted by lithos:Save money. Pay each time you go to the gym, don't get some freakin' plan. Your average gym salesperson instructor loves the high-pressure sell,
quote:Originally posted by Fashionpolice:Welcome back, Val!
quote:Originally posted by Boogerhead:I started doing push ups and sit ups last week.Dick.