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Old 14-04-2012, 02:51 PM
norseman norseman is offline
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The gym I go to uses a system of things like memory sticks that you put in the various machines to record your work effort. This week I have been going a whole year and the cumulative totals are staggering.
According to the system, I have burnt off 38000 kilocals and "lifted" a half million kilos [ that's the weight loading on the various machines e.g. leg press against 50 Kg weight and I do 2 x 20 per session = 2000 kg and it's the same on the other 5 machines. Don't think there is a weight loading on the treadmill or exercise bike but I could be wrong. Gave me quite a shock to see the figures [ and I still have not lost weight ]
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Old 22-06-2013, 06:55 AM
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Hi Norseman,
Keep going and stick with your gym as gyms are the perfect place to lose weight, add muscles and tone body because the the possibilities are endless as advanced quality of equipment available in gym helps you to workout on all body parts and gym coach and other members are there to guide you.
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Old 25-06-2013, 01:09 PM
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Gym is the best place to do any exercise. I think it is important to make a daily routine to go to the gym. Its a best way to keep our body fit and healthy. I think everyone should join a gym and spent at least 1 hour on gym daily.
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Old 29-06-2013, 06:22 PM
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Gym is the best place to do any exercise. I think it is important to make a daily routine to go to the gym. Its a best way to keep our body fit and healthy. I think everyone should join a gym and spent at least 1 hour on gym daily.
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Old 29-06-2013, 09:00 PM
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I work out in the gym but my preferred location is in the park, early morning. It's amazing how hard lunges are in the sandpit, or using park benches for step ups, and so on.

The gym is great for convenience and i wish I had plotted my progress. I know I have achieved good results, but the early days of gym work out is always rewarding!
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Old 30-10-2013, 02:03 AM
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The gym I go to uses a system of things like memory sticks that you put in the various machines to record your work effort. This week I have been going a whole year and the cumulative totals are staggering.
According to the system, I have burnt off 38000 kilocals and "lifted" a half million kilos [ that's the weight loading on the various machines e.g. leg press against 50 Kg weight and I do 2 x 20 per session = 2000 kg and it's the same on the other 5 machines. Don't think there is a weight loading on the treadmill or exercise bike but I could be wrong. Gave me quite a shock to see the figures [ and I still have not lost weight ]
you are awesome... remember you get fit in the gym, you lose weight/pounds in the kitchen.
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