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Re: More Volume---pros vs cons [Re: connor30] #2452159
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I used to be a gym rat... 240lbs, sub-10% body fat. Total meat-head.

Now? 175lbs, lean, ripped, and it's all maintained with surfing and eating properly. Plus I don't drink - and that actually does add a lot of excess calories. But bottom line for me is - I'm in surf paradise, I do it daily (sometimes 2x a day), my wife's a fitness trainer, good health/well-being/diet/exercise - all these things combine to just make you a more "fit" person. Actual in-water-time and wave-board-exposure is the only true litmus test to get it right. But dry-land pop-ups, stretching, bosa ball balancing - it all helps for sure.


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Re: More Volume---pros vs cons [Re: Ventura] #2452184
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Originally Posted By: Ventura
I used to be a gym rat... 240lbs, sub-10% body fat. Total meat-head.

Now? 175lbs, lean, ripped, and it's all maintained with surfing and eating properly. Plus I don't drink - and that actually does add a lot of excess calories. But bottom line for me is - I'm in surf paradise, I do it daily (sometimes 2x a day), my wife's a fitness trainer, good health/well-being/diet/exercise - all these things combine to just make you a more "fit" person. Actual in-water-time and wave-board-exposure is the only true litmus test to get it right. But dry-land pop-ups, stretching, bosa ball balancing - it all helps for sure.


You went from 240 sub 10% bf to 175 "lean and ripped?" 240 9% is pretty "ripped"......

Re: More Volume---pros vs cons [Re: connor30] #2452185
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Arnold had numbers like that in his prime, you must be really big dude!

Re: More Volume---pros vs cons [Re: emtee] #2452195
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Originally Posted By: emtee
Originally Posted By: Ventura
I used to be a gym rat... 240lbs, sub-10% body fat. Total meat-head.

Now? 175lbs, lean, ripped, and it's all maintained with surfing and eating properly. Plus I don't drink - and that actually does add a lot of excess calories. But bottom line for me is - I'm in surf paradise, I do it daily (sometimes 2x a day), my wife's a fitness trainer, good health/well-being/diet/exercise - all these things combine to just make you a more "fit" person. Actual in-water-time and wave-board-exposure is the only true litmus test to get it right. But dry-land pop-ups, stretching, bosa ball balancing - it all helps for sure.


You went from 240 sub 10% bf to 175 "lean and ripped?" 240 9% is pretty "ripped"......


must be all those dry land pop ups

i need to start popping up more

the only popping I've been doing is taking the browns to the Super Bowl....


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Re: More Volume---pros vs cons [Re: mapache] #2452215
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Originally Posted By: mapache
Originally Posted By: emtee
Originally Posted By: Ventura
I used to be a gym rat... 240lbs, sub-10% body fat. Total meat-head.

Now? 175lbs, lean, ripped, and it's all maintained with surfing and eating properly. Plus I don't drink - and that actually does add a lot of excess calories. But bottom line for me is - I'm in surf paradise, I do it daily (sometimes 2x a day), my wife's a fitness trainer, good health/well-being/diet/exercise - all these things combine to just make you a more "fit" person. Actual in-water-time and wave-board-exposure is the only true litmus test to get it right. But dry-land pop-ups, stretching, bosa ball balancing - it all helps for sure.


You went from 240 sub 10% bf to 175 "lean and ripped?" 240 9% is pretty "ripped"......


must be all those dry land pop ups

i need to start popping up more

the only popping I've been doing is taking the browns to the Super Bowl....


Yeah dude, I haven't been able to do my dry land pop ups lately cuz I hurt my ribs or something maybe my oblique. Really sucks

Re: More Volume---pros vs cons [Re: mapache] #2452254
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Originally Posted By: mapache
Originally Posted By: emtee
Originally Posted By: Ventura
I used to be a gym rat... 240lbs, sub-10% body fat. Total meat-head.

Now? 175lbs, lean, ripped, and it's all maintained with surfing and eating properly. Plus I don't drink - and that actually does add a lot of excess calories. But bottom line for me is - I'm in surf paradise, I do it daily (sometimes 2x a day), my wife's a fitness trainer, good health/well-being/diet/exercise - all these things combine to just make you a more "fit" person. Actual in-water-time and wave-board-exposure is the only true litmus test to get it right. But dry-land pop-ups, stretching, bosa ball balancing - it all helps for sure.


You went from 240 sub 10% bf to 175 "lean and ripped?" 240 9% is pretty "ripped"......


must be all those dry land pop ups

i need to start popping up more

the only popping I've been doing is taking the browns to the Super Bowl....


Just keep punching the bag.

Re: More Volume---pros vs cons [Re: emtee] #2452300
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6'2" - now it's all tall and lean and mean LOL


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Re: More Volume---pros vs cons [Re: ] #2452302
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Enema??


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Re: More Volume---pros vs cons [Re: ] #2452321
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Originally Posted By: nexttozen
How can i incorporate my rinsekit into my daily workout routine?


Only if you are an accomplished hoser!

Re: More Volume---pros vs cons [Re: hammer] #2453017
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Originally Posted By: hammer
My humble advice to any surfer, spend an 1/2 hour to 1 hour a week on a fitness routine designed to strengthen the initial burst of paddling and popup.


^ I hate it when when the honest part of me reads stuff like this.

"I want to be able to buy my way out of my aging self, not work for it." bawling

Anyway, lots of reasonable advice/observations in this thread.

Re: More Volume---pros vs cons [Re: connor30] #2453152
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^ even better is incorporate an exercise regimen into your life - daily!! That way it's never soemthing to "put off", or make excuses for, or whatever. Just do it!! (Nike, had to, sorry)

And if ya really wanna know the trick to feeling fit, looking fit, and fighting age?? 80% of the workout starts in the kitchen.

Fact.


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