View Poll Results: Work?

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  1. #1
    DKoor's Avatar Banned
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    You know health and all that... so do you work out in the gym or at least regularly work on yer physical strength (running, weight training etc. etc. you name it)?
    After some time I finally started again.
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    Weight training 5 days a week.
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    Here's a little warning, <span class="ev_code_RED">protect your feet</span>.

    I normally work out regularly, weight lifting, hiking and stationary bike riding. Thanks to playing too much softball, I have developed a severe case of plantar fasciitis.

    http://www.emedicine.com/emerg/topic429.htm

    Now, walking from one room to the next is an adventure in pain. I have gained 10 pounds in the last 6 months too. I can still do some weightlifting but, any CV is difficult.

    So, I guess the moral is, watch for any kind of over-exercise.
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  4. #4
    Racquetball four or five nights a week. About five or six game per session.
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    My last year's resolution was to not look like a bean pole any more.

    Weight-lifting, 3 days a week.

    I squat heavy and deep so I cry and go tell mommy i did a booboo.
    One day I will have guns like Havok
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  6. #6
    12 oz. curls.
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    DKoor's Avatar Banned
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    Originally posted by faustnik:
    Here's a little warning, <span class="ev_code_RED">protect your feet</span>.
    So, I guess the moral is, watch for any kind of over-exercise.
    Can't point this enough. Once I had one nasty Achilles tendon injury... gotta tell you, not only I couldn't run anymore, I couldn't even walk like a normal person.
    All because I neglect light injury which quickly became demonic one.

    That is valid for any type of over-exercise and "light injuries". It is thin line from that to bad injury. Better to 100% recover first then to risk continuing with full training...
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  8. #8
    EveryDay and Mountain Bike!!!! Lots of Fun!!



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  9. #9
    I do lots of push ups because I mess up a lot.
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    I'm a Greek God.
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