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Old 07-10-2005, 05:42 PM   #11
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jump rope without the rope interesting...that means i have no excuse to no do that tommorow morning. the thing with the 45 minute walk, thats also in the morning too right
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Old 07-10-2005, 05:44 PM   #12
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As soon as you wake up, throw on some clothes, eat nothing, and go for your walk.
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jump rope no rope would that be just jumping up and down or would u move ur wrists in the motion you would if you had a rope.
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i would think moving your wrist in the motion would be good....just so you can regulate when to jump.
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when i want to switch up my cardio i throw in some jump rope. I usually do it hiit style. I jump rope as hard as possible for a minute, then rest for 30 to 45 seconds, then repeat. 15 to 20 of those and i'm spent

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I Have an odd habbit i got myself into, it started because i was realy tired after doning a set of weighted crunches and needed a break, so i started streching something for 30 seconds inbetween each set of situps cruches ect.that day and found it realy gave me a good full body strech by the time I was done with mysit-ups that day so i contiued to do it.

J/w what others think of that, is it good to strech inbetween sit-up sets?
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Old 07-10-2005, 07:41 PM   #17
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Something simple but effective is a brisk 45 minute walk around your neighborhood. DC always recommends that and the people he trains is shredded! I'll post a pic of one of his trainees so you can see for yourself. Also, you can jump rope without the rope. Noone's watching so you shouldn't feel stupid.
This is true.But I would atleast make it a speed walk (very high timpo speed walk)...

And yes you dont need the rope..The only need for the rope is to make sure you keep your speed at a constant because after it starts going you can slow it down unless you stop it/restart...


I would say 100 to 200 would do... Bout 15-30 minutes if that...
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I Have an odd habbit i got myself into, it started because i was realy tired after doning a set of weighted crunches and needed a break, so i started streching something for 30 seconds inbetween each set of situps cruches ect.that day and found it realy gave me a good full body strech by the time I was done with mysit-ups that day so i contiued to do it.

J/w what others think of that, is it good to strech inbetween sit-up sets?
Thats interesting. But I just did it with a towel and that streches out your arms.I mean I know it puts your body at a more relax state but I might benefit some if you say in a chair and did a full back/stomach strech...
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