Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#91 Postby vivalasvegans » Sun Sep 14, 2008 12:26 pm

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TRAINING:
Skating 1 hour



Oooo, ice skating, roller skating, or skateboarding?
We might wanna be thinking about a vegan roller derby team...
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#92 Postby Richard » Sun Sep 14, 2008 12:31 pm

Roller skating yeah. There aren't really many places to go around here, besides the street, and I prefer having a nice smooth surface. The place we go to is mainly kids, and they have like 1 hour of figure skating classes, then they have 1 hour of "fun" which is what we go to... just skating around and sometimes they play some games that we join in with. I don't know if we look like paedophiles, it's like 90% girls aged 4-10 or something, then us (4 guys aged 26-30).
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#93 Postby Richard » Tue Sep 16, 2008 8:32 am

FOOD:
Breakfast: Oats, soymilk, dates, vitamins
Post-workout: Protein shake, 250ml of energy drink
Afternoon: 2 carrots, 1 stick of celery
Afternoon: Protein shake
Evening: Small bowl of oats
Evening: Kidney beans

TRAINING:
Back and biceps, traps
11 mins on bike - I forgot my water bottle today, and so I felt drained. Did 10 minutes of pretty full on biking though, 1 minute cool off at the end

Guy who runs the gym recommended that I get 50g of simple carbohydrates after my workout. So I am having a 250ml of glucose drink after the workout to see how that goes. That's 200 calories :/ don't really want to add calories into my diet right now, but I can see his point.
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#94 Postby robert » Tue Sep 16, 2008 11:03 am

Nice to see the consistent journal......consistency makes all the difference.

Have fun man! Keep after it! Great progress pics are resulting from continued consistent efforts with training.

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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#95 Postby Richard » Wed Sep 17, 2008 4:28 am

Thanks :) Yeah, that's definitely correct, whatever you're doing you need to keep it up to get results. Keeping this log also kicks my arse into gear.

I am getting really really hungry in the evenings, and I am totally not hungry in the morning, I have to force myself to eat the oats right now. I wish it was the other way round

FOOD:
Breakfast - Oats, vitamins
Post-workout - energy drink & protein shake
Afternoon - protein shake
Afternoon - Kidney beans
Evening - Some peanuts
Evening - Beans, protein shake

TRAINING:
Chest, triceps, shoulders
20 minutes interval training on bike
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#96 Postby Richard » Wed Sep 17, 2008 7:46 am

Clothes are fitting me better now that I have lost a bit of fat. These clothes in these photos weren't fitting me so well a few months ago, pretty tight, now they pretty much fit me so I can wear them again.

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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#97 Postby Richard » Fri Sep 19, 2008 4:58 am

Went to my friend's house yesterday, who has lots of cats. I had run out of allergy tablets though, but I decided to risk it anyway... but turns out that I really do need those tablets! I was sneezing and itchy, and basically felt like crap all of yesterday and went to bed at about 7pm. Today I feel a bit better but have a sore throat, I'm sick of it. Hopefully it'll go away soon

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I am still fucked, had no training since last week, this sucks! At least I am out of bed though
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#98 Postby robert » Fri Oct 03, 2008 11:58 am

How are you feeling man?

I hope all is well buddy.


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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#99 Postby Richard » Mon Oct 06, 2008 10:25 am

Oh just saw this. I am getting better, I went to the gym today. Could feel that I am not quite recovered, as I was a bit dizzy, and still a bit dizzy now after coming home. I did eat before I went, and I had an energy drink afterwards, to keep my carbs up. But I am glad I went, hopefully I can get back to it and beat the rest of the flab

TRAINING:
Took it easy, did a variety of things; lat pull-down, resistance row, reverse sit ups, bicep curls, hammer curls, high reps on the incline smith press, and then 20 minutes gentle on the bike.
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#100 Postby robert » Wed Oct 08, 2008 2:02 am

Thanks for all your help lately man. It's a busy time. I know you haven't been feeling well either, so I appreciate your time and energy always and as of late.

All the best man, get back to feeling well soon!

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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#101 Postby robert » Thu Oct 30, 2008 11:46 pm

Just wanted to check in and see how things are going buddy.


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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#102 Postby Richard » Mon Nov 03, 2008 12:21 pm

I went back to the gym today, it has been a while now. I felt light-headed and a bit sick again, but I am going to keep going and get through it, get back into routine.

Today I did back, biceps and some legs, hopefully will go again on Wednesday and and do chest and see how I feel then
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#103 Postby Crystal » Mon Nov 03, 2008 12:29 pm

Yay for getting back to the gym! Keep it up man :)

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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#104 Postby robert » Mon Nov 03, 2008 1:08 pm

Richard, you the man!


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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#105 Postby Richard » Wed Nov 05, 2008 9:56 am

Okay, went back today again. Didn't feel sick or dizzy, but numbers are down understandably since I haven't been at it for a number of weeks. Did alright. Bench, pec-deck, shoulder raises, tricep extensions, crunches, bike. Had my protein with me, and had some energy drink. I love the taste of this energy drink it's the best! I am glad it is vegan that they have at the gym, but I have to stop myself drinking all of it.
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