Troy Loney wrote:I'm definitely not in shape to do the entire thing...but I wonder if you can just go and do whatever your capable of doing.
yubb wrote:My work is awesome. We exercise once a week and have a kegerator in the office. Can't beat it.
Are there a variety of exercises you can do or just pretty much making the wave?
JS© wrote:My boss did it over the summer and another friend back home did it several times. Both of them took about a week to accomplish, and that's with lots of stops and rest.
Troy Loney wrote:JS© wrote:My boss did it over the summer and another friend back home did it several times. Both of them took about a week to accomplish, and that's with lots of stops and rest.
A week to do it one way?
I've seen anywhere from 2+ days to a week to do a one way trip.
I think I'm more concerned about trail conditions, if I get a flat or hit some rough mud patches i'm pretty f'd.
yubb wrote:Tried something new, for me, at the gym today. Instead of doing my reps in standard up/down-in/out fashion, I added a pause. So doing the one-arm dumbbell rows, I'd lift up and pause for 1 second. On the 2nd rep I'd lift up and pause for two seconds, on the third pause for three seconds and so on. It was way difficult, I was sweating bad and my heart rate was up. I love when that happens.
Meanwhile, the kids in my gym were busy doing iPhone curls. I swear, if they lifted weight as much as they BS'd and texted people they'd be huge!
DudeMan2766 wrote:Friends and I officially signed on for Mud on the Mountain at 7 Springs. Any tips for training for these? I did the Warrior Dash just fine, and I'm not a runner/jogger by any means, so should I have a problem since this is 7 friggen miles?
Kraftster wrote:I am set to see an orthopedic doctor next Tuesday. I will be extremely disappointed if I have to rest it from impact exercise for 6-8 weeks. I was really making good progress....
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