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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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Looking,

Maybe, if your hobby is working out. That's not mine. I workout to look good and be healthy. I certainly don't have time nor desire to do it throughout the day if I want to be able to do other things I have to do and I want to do. My hobbies are writing and reading. I can't do any workout when I'm writing. But I can still walk when I'm reading, which is why I'm targeting 10k+ steps everyday.

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I find that i, and most everyone, can find time through out the day to work out. You don't need a gym or video to get in shape. What I mean is that in the course of the day I do max sets of push ups, single leg squats, pull ups (when I pass the bar at home) sit ups....ect. I find that I get hundreds of reps over the course of the day. I still do the gym thing but our bodies can handle more than just a 1 hour workout in a 24 day. ha

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Mine is full body workout... It's a testofuel program. As for which one is better, full body vs split:

www fitness-science org/index.php/faqs-and-fables/188-what-is-most-effective-for-muscle-growth-split-training-or-full-body-workout

I don't have much free time like you guys. All I can do is 3 day full body and 10k+ steps (done whenever I have time, even 5-10 min at a time) everyday. The steps are to somewhat control the fat gained for eating more.

Split method requires you to spend more time to get all your muscles trained. And it doesn't give as much boost in your growth hormone and testosterone.

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There are a bunch of routines on bodybuilding. com that you can look at.

I think any weight training is based around three main exercises: Bench, Deadlift and squats its hard to do all three of those one one day for sure so I'm not a fan of whole body workouts. Its too general and is fine if you are a total beginner, otherwise you should look at some sort of split routine. From looking at your pics I doubt you would make any gains with whole body weight training. You could maintain and stay toned if that is your goal.

Again I don't know a whole lot about you or your training history so this is opinion and guesses.

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TMF: curious if you have any recommended full body workout routines that can be done 3-days a week? Work is getting hectic and it's eating into my exercise time. I have researched some sites but the number of routines is overwhelming to say the least. Thanks.

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You totally should take that as a victory! Great job Mrs DD.

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I finally worked out. It was a simple circuit. I was surprised that I fell right back into it, breathing a little harder but I kept the same intensity as before surgery with the exception of one machine where I went down 10 lbs. I'll consider that a victory. : )

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1 hour of cardio (intervals) and 20 minutes core. Coffee time!

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