I'm glad my trainer doesn't say things like that I'm not going to post a photo, but imagine the offspring of a one night stand between The Incredible Hulk and his uglier twin sister. He's not pretty. Probably in his 50s and I reckon he could kick the shit out of all of us. At the same time.And she has used things like "God I will fuck you if you give me one more lift Harish". All the motivation a man like me needs
Watch that. That gets me, too, and it has consequences *looks down at love handles* It's difficult to balance the calories you use and the calories you eat, your body always seems to demand moaaaar!Aside from all this: I think I got my metabolism back again. It was slow before and now I feel hungrier and hungrier and hungrier as the day goes on.
Being fitter should help boost your immune system, not sure why but I'm sure somebody can explain it. Just rode 48km into the foot of the mountains. Here is the interactive map of the trip, the big climb at half way climbs 150m in 2km, the steepest incline being ~30%.Only kinda related to finess, but I noticed that since I've started to eat a lot of fresh fruit every day and spend a lot of time outside on a bike, I haven't caught a cold. Everyone around me is sick, but I managed to get away so far. I ususally caught a cold around this time of the year. I'd be surprised if there ain't a connection between those things.
I had the reverse problem, with my biceps and triceps, so my trainer switched me from machines to free weights, and it's worked wonders. I now look forward to those exercies instead of dreading them. Just go with what works for you.I hate the dumbbell chest press, I feel like I'm using 98% arms. I just don't feel it in the chest. So I used the machine instead, and somehow even with the same weights (plates) on either one, I feel it more in the chest than with dumbbells. I must be doing something wrong.
I have the same issue....chest press with dumbbells lying on a gym ball (for the core engagement), and my arms are burning but can't really feel the chest too much. Odd thing is going on the chest machine gives the same result. However, last time I picked up some much heavier weights than usual (after seeing another swimming mate in there and noticing what he was lifting, I thought I need to man up a bit more!) and again while I felt my biceps burning, the next day I had stiffness in the chest, so I guess it must of been working that as well.Good workout today, although I did make a couple concessions.
I hate the dumbbell chest press, I feel like I'm using 98% arms. I just don't feel it in the chest. So I used the machine instead, and somehow even with the same weights (plates) on either one, I feel it more in the chest than with dumbbells. I must be doing something wrong.
The other concession is that in between exercises I have do 1 minute on and 1 minute off treadmill runs, repeating 5 times, and 3 sets of that spread over the course of the workout. At the 3rd set about 6 mins in, my HR was 205, I was feeling pain and having been sick on Wed and Thurs I'm sure there may have been some small side effects. So I said fuck that shit and stopped the cardio, even though I had about 4 more minutes to go.
Fucking hate that cardio exercise.