Anybody here lift weights?
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Oh I don't have low t at all. Not knowing much about the boosters, I figured it might give "normal" people a super kick.
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I'm already taking bcaa's. I know how important sleep is but unfortunately I only get about 6 hrs a night and sometimes even less. My sleeping has just been shitty for months.
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(08-08-2018, 10:33 PM)Jetsfansince76 Wrote:  Oh I don't have low t at all. Not knowing much about the boosters, I figured it might give "normal" people a super kick.

I wasn’t trying not to suggest that you did. Sorry if it came across that way. I was just trying to explain that low t symptoms arent always low t. The over the counter stuff, the stuff advertised on the radio, sounds like the “ripped fuel” kinda stuff from the 90’s thats been rebranded due to the low t awareness.
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I'm having a tough time finding balance. When I do something I usually have laser focus on the most important priority.

I'm studying for more licensing exams and I'm basically using all of my time to focus on that. When I'm not doing that (takes up most of my day) I'm relaxing. The past two days Lifting has taken a back seat. I need to get my shit together, suck it up and get it done.
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(08-11-2018, 06:07 PM)Jetsfansince76 Wrote:  I'm having a tough time finding balance. When I do something I usually have laser focus on the most important priority.

I'm studying for more licensing exams and I'm basically using all of my time to focus on that. When I'm not doing that (takes up most of my day) I'm relaxing. The past two days Lifting has taken a back seat. I need to get my shit together, suck it up and get it done.

If you have time in the morning, train then. If not, make time. Best change I ever made.

Some motivation for ya...

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tOYgiWEoJgs
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I have found that working out in the evening can kick ass... I am usually famished from working all day...So I make a healthy snack a pre-workout smoothie... then I go to the gym... do my sets... run 2 miles and I come home and eat super healthy... Knowing my body will convert it to lean muscle mass and not store it as fat.

It seems to work well too... I still eat like a horse... and I am losing my spare tire and bulking up in my upper body and legs.

It helps me sleep better at night.
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this site is wacky sometimes. I responded to E yet that monstrosity above posted.
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(08-26-2018, 05:12 PM)Etrius24 Wrote:  I have found that working out in the evening can kick ass... I am usually famished from working all day...So I make a healthy snack a pre-workout smoothie... then I go to the gym... do my sets... run 2 miles and I come home and eat super healthy...  Knowing my body will convert it to lean muscle mass and not store it as fat.

It seems to work well too... I still eat like a horse... and I am losing my spare tire and bulking up in my upper body and legs.

It helps me sleep better at night.
I haven't slept well in a long time. I'm LUCKY if I can sleep for a solid 7 hours. Its usually more like 5-6. 


with that said, I haven't worked out in 4 days so I'm going to absolutely whale on my shoulders right now. 
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I read a meta analysis (can’t find it right now) that suggested the optimal time for physical training is between 3pm-7pm. I train early in the morning because that’s what my time allows. The timing of your training is one of those rare instances in lifting that comes down to “what’s best for you.”

I’ve heard guys say, “oh well you’re not training optimally.” My response is simple. It’s better than not training at all.
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(08-30-2018, 07:38 PM)markdsully Wrote:  I read a meta analysis (can’t find it right now) that suggested the optimal time for physical training is between 3pm-7pm. I train early in the morning because that’s what my time allows. The timing of your training is one of those rare instances in lifting that comes down to “what’s best for you.”

I’ve heard guys say, “oh well you’re not training optimally.” My response is simple. It’s better than not training at all.

The best workout is the one you actually do!  I heard recently that any workout over 45 minutes is a waste, LOL  
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I just started training for my next Tough Mudder for May in Philly

I do lift weights regular- just to stay in same shape...usually anywhere 3-5 times a week at all times. 3 a week being by slacking weeks and 5 being might zoned in weeks....but now that I will start training for this tough mudder will focus more on cardio and endurance
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Stepping up my training for tough mudder........I been actually doing a lot of climbing , pulling and tons of stretching

Physically and mentally I am ready to kick the shit out of this.......3 guy friends are doing this with me, I know 2 will be on point, but one has me nervous.
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about two years ago I was ready to do my first one and I pulled my calf a week before =(
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(03-20-2019, 12:46 PM)Litefghtr Wrote:  about two years ago I was ready to do my first one and I pulled my calf a week before =(

I personally like the tough mudders


The feeling you get when you finish is just awesome

I like the obstacles and to be honest some hate them and I just tell them to run a marathon 
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When I lived in Vermont the tough mudder thing was insane... people going crazy for it. I thought about it... But at that time I was not running and or working out. I was 5 years younger but 30 pounds heavier... I made the right decision not to try it. (IMHO)


I would totally try now though.
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Jetsfan76

I find I sleep better after a 2 mile run... Being physically spent helps shut my mind off...I am not sure I have ever slept 7 hours a night consistently. Not even after being exhausted.
I might not change the world, but I sure won't ever let it change me. P.S.


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