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What do you do to stay in shape?

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The Batlord

Guest
I eat. Though that doesn't really keep me in the shape that most people are looking for.
 
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A.M. Radio

Guest
I've decided that it is impossible for me to get in shape. I barely eat, I ride my bike upwards of thirty miles a day, even in the winter, and I still don't lose weight. But, well, I am healthy.
 

oxyMORON

A Darker Knight
some people are naturally like that. you don't have to be real skinny to be considered in shape. you just gotta have low cholesterol and stuff like that
 
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pasteycracker

Guest
I try to eat right.
No meat. No eggs. Occasional milk.... however I'm trying to cut it out.

Lots of veggies, beans, rice, fruit, whole wheats and stuff. I try to avoid processed "fake meats" and such, however I am a sucker for tofu. I try to avoid cokes and stick with water. I buy organic when I can. Blah blah blah. And for those thinking I'm going to whither up and die... Before I went on this diet I weighted roughly 225 (I'm about 6'1"). Now I'm around 200. So I'm completely happy with it. :]

As for exercise... HAHAHA. I would if I had time. Once school ends and I quit my job I'm going to start exercising more. Probably run a couple times a week.
 

Blur

iPimp
No meat and no eggs sounds horrible. haha i eat so much meat and eggs is a kick ass breakfast


good that youre at a weight you like though thats what counts
 
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pasteycracker

Guest
I thought it was going to be really hard at first... I did it pretty gradual... But I've actually been introduced to tons of new foods that I probably would have never tried if I still ate meat. I never had chickpeas until I went vegetarian... and my god they are amazing. :]

And since I did that I've gotten loads better at cooking. hahaha.
 
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Drky

Guest
pasteycracker said:
I try to eat right.
No meat. No eggs. Occasional milk.... however I'm trying to cut it out.

Lots of veggies, beans, rice, fruit, whole wheats and stuff. I try to avoid processed "fake meats" and such, however I am a sucker for tofu. I try to avoid cokes and stick with water. I buy organic when I can. Blah blah blah. And for those thinking I'm going to whither up and die... Before I went on this diet I weighted roughly 225 (I'm about 6'1"). Now I'm around 200. So I'm completely happy with it. :]

As for exercise... HAHAHA. I would if I had time. Once school ends and I quit my job I'm going to start exercising more. Probably run a couple times a week.
I used to be around 6'1" and 270 pounds, now I am around 185-190.

I am a health fanatic. Unlike you though, I stick to my meats and lean sources of protein. I train at the gym and train others. I do high-intensive running about three times a day, and high intensive strength traning about 3 times a week every other week.

I have a very detailed nutrion and workout plan -- going to be joining a sponsored team in the summer to do shows and train. We'll see how that goes.

I got pictures for those who don't believe the 270 -> transformation, lol.
 
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OVR 06

Guest
bein' on the football team my freshmen year pretty much got me hooked on strength training.

i've always had a pretty regular program of weight lifting throughout high school.
 
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dias2525

Guest
Yeah I think sports is perhaps one of the best ways to lose weight. Although I think you should still try to ride your bike or walk to where you want to go. Hey, if you lose weight can it effect your height?
 
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Æshættr

Guest
I would imagine that you would grow taller if you weighed less, seeing as your body would not need to build limbs to support the extra weight.
 
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