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10.5 mile easy run and now headed to the pool.

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another hour of cardio followed by an abbreviated legs workout.

now off to do a tiny bit of shopping.

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Thanks Ultra :)

Good job njny. An hour of cardio is tough even with the AC.

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another hour of cardio.

didn't turn the a/c on till after i was done.

more sweat!

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Toomuchfun, nice pace in the 5k. Last night was 6 miles at marathon pace and tonight was full body workout and a 8 mile easy run. Speed work tomorrow.

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S_couple: The fitness industry is full of "studies", dig a little and you can find exactly the opposite of the link you posted.

The fact is everyone is different, different goals different genetics and different attitudes. One size doesn't fit all.

As I said full body IN MY OPINION based on quite a few years experience is a great beginning or maintenance workout especially if you are not using machines (free weights for the win). As for boosting growth hormone & testo more so than a heavy split - that just doesn't stand the sniff test. There are just too many variables in workouts and individuals to be able to even establish that in a study.

I'm not slamming full body workouts at all its just a question of what your goal is. Mine is strength first and size second. I train heavy and hard and just to make things interesting I run a lot. You don't see many people my size that can do a 5k in 20:50 (last year). I was like 15th in my last run and I was 60lbs heavier than the next biggest guy (and one gal dammit) that finished ahead of me.

Honestly I'm always glad to see people making themselves better and the only thing that matters is that you are successful at meeting whatever goals you have. If your goals change adapt and move on.

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65 minutes upper body and core (heavy weights - at least for me).

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Today ? Run a 5 k then 1000 meters in pool. I have been doing some sprint triathlons and it is a ton of work but very satisfying. I swim like a rock so that is always something I work on. Usually I do 3-4 days each week of each event and slip in a couple of weight training days as well

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While I personally enjoy working out, Mrs. VA is one of those who does so out of necessity. She hates exercise, and no amount of regularity seems to make her come to enjoy it.

We do cycling because it's the exercise she hates the least, as she is able to, at times forget she's exercising and just enjoy the outdoors, look at stuff, etc. She would still much rather be riding in a rickshaw doing the same thing, but acknowledges the need for exercise from a biological point of view.

Basically, she likes the results of cycling, not cycling. But she doesn't HATE it, so it's what she does.

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S_Couple: I have to agree with Looking. However for me it is more a function of quality of life. After college I basically focused on work and family and as a result became a typical weekend warrior. Then when hit my forties and did some half-asses attempts at running or fitness and nothing really stuck. Jump to 50 and I see how my immediate family was aging...not well. High weight, BP, and cholesterol. Watched my mom suffer vascular dementia and my dad need a valve replacement. See my older brother balloon and look 10 years older. Decided then that I did not desire that for myself so hit the gym harder. Not perfect by any stretch but feel fitter now then I did in my 40's. Everything I do now is mostly for maintenance since I am not genetically capable of looking big and buff. It certainly helps me enjoy those things I like to do and enjoy them longer.

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