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Gusto ko na Mag-GYM / Workout (2)

  • me too sa basics din ako namulat except mixed na, bodyweight and dumbbells nag babarbell din ako pantagal umay hehe,

    5"7 90 lbs Male. no joke working on it naman, i simply prefer bodyweight at dumbbells because yun lang meron ako at limited weights e haha.

    atleast 3-6 meals, cup of rice din yun kase meron samen tas kahit anong ulam tas binabalanse ko rin via fruits at gulay hehe.


    @kokoBware23

    sir current stats mo na ba eto? or from 90lbs may na-gain ka na ulit? curious lang ako since pareho tayo halos ng height, 5'7.5" naman ako.

    -- edited by abnude on Oct 29 2014, 12:13 PM
  • kokoBware23

    Basahin ko mamaya salamat pre!
  • @abnude

    current stats sir. wala ako measurement tools kung nag gain ako ng weight or what pero tinitingnan ko e mirror at yung katawan ko.

    @machinepartsexpert

    no problem sir, you may check his blog and forum if you have the time marami rin resources doon hehe.


    @all

    that feel when i finish my tough minute drills, can currently do

    3 burpees
    3 pull ups
    3 squats

    2 rounds of listed exercise above 30-60 seconds rest.

    -- edited by kokoBware23 on Oct 29 2014, 08:51 PM
  • "You must be the change you wish to see in the world." ~ Mahatma Gandhi

    Become an elite athlete, instantly! No gimmicks! How can you do this? Decide to.

    When I was 325 pounds and started at the gym, I decided I was not a fat guy trying to lose weight, but an elite athlete. So, since I was an elite athlete I trained like one. I woke up very early so I could go train before work. I shuffled my personal life and work life so I could train at night to. I ate food that would fuel my body, not my pleasure centers. In my mind I was an athlete, no question, and it was only a matter of time until my body caught up. Elite athletes sacrifice things to maintain their training schedule. Elite athletes make training IMPORTANT. We ALWAYS find times for things important (just ask any hockey nut if he caught the game last night, in the next breath he will tell you why he has no time to work out). I became an elite athlete in 30 seconds flat, my body only has to finish catching up.

    Goals? Yes i had them. I still do. An athlete needs goals. Goals drive you and motivate you. Reaching them rewards your self esteem and encourages you to try harder, failing them humbles you and teaches you and, if you in your mind are an elite athlete, will motivate you even more than your successes.

    People always ask me, at my gym, where I get my motivation from. I have easily the best weight loss track record at my gym in recent years. And of those who have lost significant weight, I am in a far better state of fitness. The reason is as I stated above, I am not a guy trying to lose weight. In my mind I am elite already, so I train that way. When I go to the gym, I am not "working out", I am "training".

    Weight loss is not even a goal for me these days. My goals are to run a half marathon soon. To pass the police physical by my 40th birthday (but I likely can now), and to win a Muay Thai or kickboxing tournament fight. On the way to my athletic goals, I will lose weight, it is inevitable, and I do not have to pay extra attention or mental energy to it.

    When I started Muay Thai, I liked it very much. That night, I became an elite Muay Thai warrior. So now I train like one. My body? It gets no say in the matter. It is being sculpted and honed as I leave it no choice. Mentally, I am an elite, bad ass motherfucking warrior at the top of the food chain, and I train that way. Every power punch I hold nothing back, even if I roll my wrist and hurt it that day (which thankfully does not happen now). Every round of speed punches leaves me completely exhausted, cause I give it my all. Why? Because that is what the best of the best do. And I consider myself in that crowd, my body only has to catch up.

    So the next time you set goals, or find yourself lacking in motivation, ask yourself "What am I?" Are you a guy trying to run faster? Lose weight? Fight better? Or are you an elite athlete, training hard?

    I write this to share what motivates me to train hard, as I know that conditioning training is about the hardest training there is. An elite athlete welcomes it, and person who wants to lose weight, or just work out, dreads it. It is your choice.

    Cheers!

    Credit to BSW guy from rosstraining forum! <click here for link>

    this motivational speech is what locks me now and makes me laser sharp focus! i read this everytime i get lazy!
  • kokoBware23

    Bakit nasara ung dating thread kwento mo sa akin ng mabilis!?
  • Nice article. Saved to send for people that needs motivation.
  • kwento thread? sir? wala ako natatandaan na may kwento thread akong ginawa hehehe.
  • kokoBware23

    Ibig kong sabihin ayaw ko magbasa para malaman kung bakit nasara ung dating gym thread. Kwento mo sa akin ng mabilisan sir.
  • Hindi ko alam sir hindi ko pa alam yung tipidpc website nung gym thread 1

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