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veggymeggy
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#61 Postby veggymeggy » Tue Sep 27, 2005 4:34 pm

Well strictly speaking I'm from Vegas, since that's where I was born :)
Funny, the 2 states I've lived the most in are 2 that are frequently mispronounced by other english-speaking Americans...or-e-gone and neh-vaw-duh
Which as I'm sure you all know, should be "or-e-gun" and "nevaduh" (if that makes sense)
All of which has nothing to do with pushups or situps....I better get busy :P

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#62 Postby veggymeggy » Sat Oct 08, 2005 8:47 pm

Ok, I just realized I never did post back -
On day one, I got my 100 situps in easily. Pushups are a lot harder! I was really short on time too, and I ended up at only 15 for the day :oops: .
But, it's ok, I"m motivated to get my numbers up!
I shall make it a part of my routine now, and I'll let you know when I make some progress! I've got to get some muscles to show off so I can hold my own on our vegan vacation! :D

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#63 Postby Michelle » Sun Oct 09, 2005 12:32 am

The sit ups, I can do 100 in one day, no problem.

Pushups, I can do about five or ten before I have to stop because it's hurting in places it's not supposed to hurt, like my lower back.

Pullups, I can't even do one. But I've been using the assisted pullup machine at the gym. Right now, I could pretty much kick ass on pullups, if I only weighed 70lbs. :lol:

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#64 Postby J.Lennon » Sun Oct 09, 2005 12:36 am

"The movement you need is on your shoulder."

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