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Old 09-30-2005, 12:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Astroboy
those treadmill meters aren't really very accurate.
how long u do cardio for?
I can sustain >180 for 2+ hours on the bike

what ya use to measure the heart rate?
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Originally Posted by Astroboy
those treadmill meters aren't really very accurate.
how long u do cardio for?
I can sustain >180 for 2+ hours on the bike
I usually cardio for 20 minutes of 2 minutes fast walk and 2 minutes of intense run...

But, never tried to push beyond the 20...
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I wanna sell my bike... and get 06 R6.
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Originally Posted by Astroboy
nice won yum yum
On the cardio part or me posting your rules?
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i gots me a Polar S520 HRM.
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Robb, how are the Kawasaki bikes?
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Say, I know people have asked why there is no RSX forum here...but, why is there no MDX or EL forum? Just curious. Robb?
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Originally Posted by Astroboy
those treadmill meters aren't really very accurate.
how long u do cardio for?
I can sustain >180 for 2+ hours on the bike
30 minutes on an elliptical machine. Probably could go a little longer but i stop myself there.

But I've been getting so much work lately I haven't made it ot the gym except for one day in over a month. So, my endurance and stamina have dropped im sure.

Last I think about is going to the gym after 12-13 hour days on set. But I get a good workout on set too, alway slifting shit, running around, always on my feet burning calories.
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Originally Posted by Teh Jatt
Robb, how are the Kawasaki bikes?
About as dangerous as any other bike. But, we can wait for Robb to answer.
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Might as well get it going.
with style tho peeps.
Conversation and sharing stores, not mindless whoring, page whoring, smiley whoring, or attention whoring.
This thread will close in 24hours unless people ruin it before that. My rules should be reposted on every page by someone.
^ Rules again...
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Might as well get it going.
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I just started back to my routine last week. Feels good to be back lifting but i need to do more cardio.

I wanna pick up the heart monitor thing so my i dont hear *pop* while running.
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Originally Posted by Teh Jatt
Might as well get it going.
with style tho peeps.
Conversation and sharing stores, not mindless whoring, page whoring, smiley whoring, or attention whoring.
This thread will close in 24hours unless people ruin it before that. My rules should be reposted on every page by someone.


And beat you.
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Originally Posted by Crazy Sellout
I just started back to my routine last week. Feels good to be back lifting but i need to do more cardio.

I wanna pick up the heart monitor thing so my i dont hear *pop* while running.
Remember to balance that with a good diet.
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agreed Sarlacc, i work from home, so the ride i do every day, is my time out of the environment. I make sure to go out every day, if the weather sucks, i ride 30mins on my indoor training rig. If i were working away from home and long hours, the only way i'd ride would be if i could commute that way. otherwise i never would.

Yum, that's a good cardio workout that you do also, i can't do running, my knees and ankles get too sore.
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Originally Posted by Yumchah
Remember to balance that with a good diet.

For sure. Didnt you see my chicken picture?
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Originally Posted by Astroboy

Yum, that's a good cardio workout that you do also, i can't do running, my knees and ankles get too sore.
Thanks, Robb...have you tried the eliptical machine? Those are better for the knees, right?
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MDX is one that we have discussed adding, and we will likely do it sometime in the near future.
EL, is Canadian only, and they already had their own site, so it's not even one we've considered in the past.
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Anyone on Beetwire? I just noticed somethin funny...
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Originally Posted by Crazy Sellout
For sure. Didnt you see my chicken picture?
Note quite. But, okay! As long as it's not fried and it's lean...

Do you eat lotsa fish?
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Or weird...maybe thats a better word
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some one buy me this

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Originally Posted by GoDucksCLSPride
Anyone on Beetwire? I just noticed somethin funny...


I thought you were beating up yunginTL.
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Originally Posted by Astroboy
agreed Sarlacc, i work from home, so the ride i do every day, is my time out of the environment. I make sure to go out every day, if the weather sucks, i ride 30mins on my indoor training rig. If i were working away from home and long hours, the only way i'd ride would be if i could commute that way. otherwise i never would.

Yum, that's a good cardio workout that you do also, i can't do running, my knees and ankles get too sore.
Yeah, you NEED to get out of the house if you work there. I know I start to go stir crazy. Back last Dec/Jan when I wasnt working I about went nuts. I only had the gym everyday to take solace in. Im much smarter now. when I'm not work have projects, take pcitures, see my girl.

Its a total mental health thing, I agree with you on that.
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Do you prefer that over a Ducatti? Just wondering...

Actually, are Ducattis the king of sports bikes?
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yeah, we have an elip here in the building, it's def better on the joints, but i don't really care for the motion on it either heh. It makes my back ache, whereas cycling surprisingly doesn't make it hurt. (at least not in the area i have broken it)
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Originally Posted by Yumchah


I thought you were beating up yunginTL.
He gave in on my second flame :surrender
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Originally Posted by Astroboy
yeah, we have an elip here in the building, it's def better on the joints, but i don't really care for the motion on it either heh. It makes my back ache, whereas cycling surprisingly doesn't make it hurt. (at least not in the area i have broken it)
Well, hey...the key is that you're moving. Good for you.

Although, with a car like that...why bike?
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Originally Posted by Yumchah
Note quite. But, okay! As long as it's not fried and it's lean...

Do you eat lotsa fish?

Some tuna. Thats it. I know how to eat and excerise but i was just super lazy before.

I need to click it back to lifestyle mode again.

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Originally Posted by Astroboy
MDX is one that we have discussed adding, and we will likely do it sometime in the near future.
EL, is Canadian only, and they already had their own site, so it's not even one we've considered in the past.
Ah. Curiousity satisfied.

I'm still hoping for a Sports subforum...

Like to submit my app to be a mod of that little world too!
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Jatt you will poke your eye out with that
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no way Yum. they are the highest priced sports bikes.

I'd go with a Suzuki GSX-R over an R6 anyday.

The Zx6RR is awesome, the ZX6-R is not bad, a bit heavy but they always have the best engine package...

Jatt, stay Suzuki!
I had an R6 for 3 weeks, i hated it, got rid of it as quickly as i could.
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Originally Posted by GoDucksCLSPride
He gave in on my second flame :surrender
Ah. The key is to goad them little by little. You need to watch how AD does it. That way, you can drag it out for pages and threads.
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Originally Posted by Yumchah
Do you prefer that over a Ducatti? Just wondering...

Actually, are Ducattis the king of sports bikes?

ducattis are like bmw's.... nice bikes but expensive for repairs and etc.

I'll jsut wait for Robb to answer this.
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Might as well get it going.
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Originally Posted by Astroboy
no way Yum. they are the highest priced sports bikes.

I'd go with a Suzuki GSX-R over an R6 anyday.

The Zx6RR is awesome, the ZX6-R is not bad, a bit heavy but they always have the best engine package...

Jatt, stay Suzuki!
I had an R6 for 3 weeks, i hated it, got rid of it as quickly as i could.
Nice to know!

So, you'd rank them as Suzuki > Kawasaki > Honda > Ducatti...?
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