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 Post subject: Re: TVGH: Road to redemption
PostPosted: Thu Sep 04, 2008 10:52 am 
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Please Dr. Pink.
Maybe look at it this way.
If you do, and post, you exercise regimen, it would be like sending out good karma to all of us here on the board, and that good karma will no doubt come back to you many fold.
Come on Dr., wha da ya say.
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 Post subject: Re: TVGH: Road to redemption
PostPosted: Thu Sep 04, 2008 11:05 am 
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Total Number of Posts in this Thread, By User:

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Dr Pink - 6

Congratulations, Vegan Joe. Your motivational tactics are obviously working, and great for your karma.

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 Post subject: Re: TVGH: Road to redemption
PostPosted: Thu Sep 04, 2008 11:13 am 
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ralst wrote:
Total Number of Posts in this Thread, By User:

Vegan Joe - 7
Dr Pink - 6

Congratulations, Vegan Joe. Your motivational tactics are obviously working, and great for your karma.

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Thanks for the Negative karma, I knew I could count on you for help. Inspiration is your middle name? No? :roll:
Go ahead and stand on the side of lazyness. Encourage it by putting me down.

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 Post subject: Re: TVGH: Road to redemption
PostPosted: Mon Sep 08, 2008 1:10 pm 
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Haven't had much of a start. But I think today is the day.

I'll be starting off with 50 crunches in the morning and 50 at night for one week( Every da but Sunday ). And After a week add 50 more. Until I get to a point where I can do 500 a day or something. Hell. Maybe even 1,000.

Also. You may have noticed I'm not around as much. My computer has a Virus and is running in safe mode. This forum is usable but hard to navigate. Everything is gigantic( Text, layout, everything ). So I won't be in as much.

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 Post subject: Re: TVGH: Road to redemption
PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2008 4:16 am 
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I did 50 Sit-Ups this morning. And probably 45 at night. I'm also looking into ways to tighten my skin. Any help is much appreciated.

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 Post subject: Re: TVGH: Road to redemption
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I probably did around 60 this morning. And 20 or so later on during the day as I burnt myself out.

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 Post subject: Re: TVGH: Road to redemption
PostPosted: Thu Sep 11, 2008 12:09 am 
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Dr. Pink wrote:
I probably did around 60 this morning. And 20 or so later on during the day as I burnt myself out.

Alright! Burn Baby, Burn. You know what I mean. How the pushup coming?
Just do it, Dr Pink. It'll help with that virus too. lol

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 Post subject: Re: TVGH: Road to redemption
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Hey Dr Pink
I notice you've made a few posts about tightening loose skin...
Here are a few things that are supposed to help, so you might as well try them :D
1. Eat a balanced diet with lots of fruits and veggies and good fats - avocado, olive oil etc.
2. Eat a lot of brassica's - Mustard family of plants - cabbage, kale etc - They contain sulfur which is aids collegen production and therefore helps with skin elasticity.
3. Moisturise the Area with a good plant based lotion - no nasty petrochemicals
4. Exercise - Blood flood helps all skin problems.
5. Massage - no real proof that this works, but some people swear by it, even if it doesn't work it feels nice...
So eat well and treat yourself nice, and see what happens...

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 Post subject: Re: TVGH: Road to redemption
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Thanks Sydney :D. I'll incorporate all of those things into what I am doing.

As for current training. I've decided to take today off. My abs still feel a little burn from before. Plus I'm developing a welt on my ass from the sit-ups. My room is just not suited for sit-ups( There's no carpet. Only rug ).

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 Post subject: Re: TVGH: Road to redemption
PostPosted: Fri Sep 12, 2008 9:53 pm 
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Location: eh?
use a pillow.

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 Post subject: Re: TVGH: Road to redemption
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Try crunches instead, there easier on you back and butt.

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 Post subject: Re: TVGH: Road to redemption
PostPosted: Thu Nov 27, 2008 12:00 am 
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I came up with a schedule for abdominal workouts/crunches. I want to keep my abs constantly worked. It seems( At least I'd think ) that the best way to do ab workouts is to do it throught the day. So I figured a schedule would be best.

40 Crunches every two hours.

5am-40 crunches
7am-40 crunches
9am 40 crunches
11am 40 crunches
1pm 40 crunches
3pm 40 crunches
5pm 40 crunches
7pm 40 crunches
9pm 40 crunches
11pm 40 crunches

Days I hit abs.

M, T, W, TH, F and Saturday. Sunday is rest.


As you all know I have a serious loose skin problem. It's possible that there is no way in hell to get them the way I want without surgery( Or I could just get fatter in muscle. But I have no idea what's required to build my ab muscles I just know how to tone the,. So any help is greatly appreciated. )


My diet so far is lack luster. I don't have the money for proper nutrition( I would if I could find a damn job ). I just live on what I can. And so far this is my diet.

Soymilk Banana Shakes( Made in the bullet. I probably go through half of a half-gallon a day. And at least 4 Banana's which = two shakes ).

For the longest time my dinners consisted of nothing but Pasta. But I'm all out now so I've been eating whatever I can. I have beans I can cook( Along with Whole Wheat Flour to make tortillas ), I just bought three pounds/packets of tofu and some spinach. And we have potatoes which I seriously need to start eating.

I also picked up a thing or orange juice which I drink whenever I get thirst.


I obviously need improving in both the vegetable and fruit field. I'm probably getting enough protein. When I eat beans it's at least 5-10 servings worth( Or a whole pot just for me ) and when I eat Pasta( Which I'll probably pick up more of during the start of the new month ) I use the whole bag( A pound ) and if I have it either half or a whole package of Tofu.

I've also been trying hard to spread out what I eat so I eat at least every 4-5 hours.

I've also began to lift weights again. Starting on I think 20 pounds. I'm also working the weight lifting around my diet schedule so I eat a high protein meal( Like Beans and Tortillas ) at least 30 minutes to an hour after lifting weights.

I start the serious ab regimen tomorrow morning. If not at the latest Monday Morning. I might need some more time to organize things to make sure I stay on track and stay motivated.

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 Post subject: Re: TVGH: Road to redemption
PostPosted: Fri Nov 28, 2008 8:32 pm 
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So, Any advice or comments? I'm just curious as to weather or not my current abdominal plan sounds like it would receive results or if It would be overkill.

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 Post subject: Re: TVGH: Road to redemption
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I don't think I need to loose very much weight if at all. I'm around 135-145 pounds so far. If I am wrong and there is no fat in my abdonimal region I'll only get worse.

I'm going to try and gain weight. All around of course. But the abs is where I want it to show.

What's the best time of the day to eat a Carbohydrate? Morning or night?

I can def try and do on a 25 dollar a week budget until I can have my optimum 100 dollar a week budget.

What kind of foods are in your "25 dollar" budget?

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 Post subject: Re: TVGH: Road to redemption
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Okay dokey. Just gonna absorb as much information as possible. The the plan starts on Monday( Which I think is the first ).

So. To make sure. If you concentrate the majority of energy on the main muscle groups your abs will begin to tone and build on there own along with the other muscles?( Being as there so small and easily manipulated probably ).

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