Stretches, or exercises that you can give a good explanation for, should go in this topic.
I'll get back with a few later, but for now, add your own ones.
Running to the kitchen to grab that burger you left in the fridge..
ERR I mean...
You can always use the normal crap like treadmills and stuff... but that's no fun. I just do crunches and situps, push ups and pull ups. =]
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Tread softly because you tread on my dreams.
i do the pull your leg thing. you stand on one leg and pull the other one with your arm.
meh. heres a picture of some of the strecthes i do, (or try to do.)
I like doing calisthenics.
i can put both my arms on the opposite side of my head... i dunno any real aerobics but i highly reccomend diamond pushups if you want to develop your triceps and pectorals. i just wish i was strong enough to do one arm pushups... it makes no sense to be able to easily pull 25 diamonds and barely be able to do 3 one-armed...
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I raise a toast to the the souls that sang all along. I've been gathering friends to just to make some sounds,
before the ship goes down, I've been making amends by making the rounds before the whole world ends
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I do some stretches/exercises from the "Buns of Steel" video
also jump rope, weights (not heavy ones though), and treadmill
but only during summer, during school year i can't do anything >_>
i dont finger stretches before playing video games to aviod any serious injuries
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I do these special exercises to help with my back (I've got hernias, yo), so if you're back is fucked-up, these will help:
- Lie on your back with your feet flat (ie: knees are raised). Shift your right hip up and in towards your belly button hold, and shift it down. Repeat 10 times & switch to the left hip. You should probably repeat the cycle three times.
- Lie on your back in the same position (feet flat, knees raised). Flatten the curve of your spine against the floor and tense your stomach muscles. Repeat 10 times. Do a few cycles (3), stopping for a few seconds between each cycle.
- Get on your hands and knees, like a crawling position. Raise your RIGHT arm straight out and your LEFT leg straight out. Try and make the line of your arm, head, back, and leg straight and level. Keep your head down and hold for 5-10 seconds. Switch to your LEFT arm and RIGHT leg and repeat. Do 20-30 of these.
- Crunches will also help if you have a bad back.