100 Pushups Challenge - Wanna join Ape and me?

APRIL

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brisk, misty morning on a river - gentle breeze on the neck and the sound of silence not appeal for an exercise?

jogging and cycling bore me to tears though. i can't do neither.

All exercising is pretty boring... unless there is some mental massage either with enjoying nature or finding a center. imho


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polo

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All exercising is pretty boring... unless there is some mental massage either with enjoying nature or finding a center. imho


paf paf paf paf

My housemate and I weightlift together and I enjoy that. I'm starting Squash in 2 weeks as well as I received a squash racket for my birthday, so I'm really looking forward to that!

Some can be fun - the montony of the gym is dull, however.
 

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My housemate and I weightlift together and I enjoy that. I'm starting Squash in 2 weeks as well as I received a squash racket for my birthday, so I'm really looking forward to that!

Some can be fun - the montony of the gym is dull, however.

Yeah a partner makes it THAT much better. Working out alone is lacking fun-natured competition.
 

polo

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Yeah a partner makes it THAT much better. Working out alone is lacking fun-natured competition.

I hear that - inter alia team sports are great for the social nature as well as the fitness. If you really want to stay dedicated to something, if you have a whole team breathing down you're neck to be there for 7am practice in the pissing rain, you'll be there for 7am practice in the pissing rain.
 

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Wow I am still flabbergasted at the participation levels for this.


Whats next? A six week ab program for UF?



my abs are sore right now from the pushups. the muscles in between my ribs especially. it's kinda weird cause i work them a couple times a week.
 

Thorn Bird

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never rowed then?

i'd recommend simply because, aside from rugby, there is no more enjoyable sport.

everyone i know who has rowed LOVES it. can't shut up about it. and apparently it's a pretty intense workout.
 

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everyone i know who has rowed LOVES it. can't shut up about it. and apparently it's a pretty intense workout.

it's pretty good cardio, but only really in the sprints. i like rowing because it builds the arm muscles and endurance nicely without too much associated pain. it's also just really damn enjoyable.

i may just stay with the rowing team and let my gym membership just expire this year. it alone is sufficient really! give it a go, i can almost say for cert you will love it!
 

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Wow I am still flabbergasted at the participation levels for this.


Whats next? A six week ab program for UF?

I hope so.

I actually would love to pick up a kayak if we had somewhere near here that I could use it on regularly (I'm not saying we don't, I just haven't looked yet). Anytime I mention it though Knyte throws a fit cause you need water for it to work.
 

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Where the rest of you at??? :p