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Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 15 Jan 2018, 16:37
by morbid board eli
harpsichord dynamo wrote:i need to do more things related to physical fitness

physical fitness things

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 15 Jan 2018, 23:17
by Lavabug
fill that need!

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 16 Jan 2018, 00:12
by morbid board eli
i am going camping this weekend, plenty of good hiking in my immediate future :llama:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 16 Jan 2018, 11:41
by Hitoshura
i aint been out running in a hoebag's age :homework:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 16 Jan 2018, 17:42
by morbid board eli
also i am going to chop some more firewood today, in advance of the coming snow :grimb:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 17 Jan 2018, 01:29
by sade
bought some mountaineering boots :xx:

Hoping to get some trips to the Lake District in this winter

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 17 Jan 2018, 01:46
by Lavabug
Power clean + jerk pr 100kg.
front squarsh pr of 135kg for 2x2. This was my 1rm a few months ago.

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 17 Jan 2018, 06:19
by morbid board eli
sade wrote:bought some mountaineering boots :xx:

Hoping to get some trips to the Lake District in this winter


:xx: :grim: :xx:

how is the national park scene in your lands

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 21 Jan 2018, 13:16
by Skinfection
Still doing BJJ 3-4 days a week. Need to get some new running shoes so I can start doing that again. Haven't been running in months :oldryan:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 27 Jan 2018, 01:11
by sade
morbid board eli wrote:
sade wrote:bought some mountaineering boots :xx:

Hoping to get some trips to the Lake District in this winter


:xx: :grim: :xx:

how is the national park scene in your lands


The Lake District is the most popular and also the one I'm closest to in terms of "mountains" (although the highest mountains are only between 800 and 1000 meters in the UK). The lack of height is made up by the amount of variation and accessibility - i.e. people attempt "rounds" and to "bag" multiple mountains in a route or across a life time. In the Lake District many walkers attempt bag "Wainwrights" which are the 214 hills that Alfred Wainwright described in his books, while in Scotland they bag "Munros" which are the 282 mountains over 3,000 feet in Scotland first listed by Sir Hugh Munro.

There are also lots of long distance trails that people take multiple weeks to walk, similar to the Appalachian or Pacific Crest trails but given the amount of land we have - much shorter.

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 28 Jan 2018, 02:42
by Lavabug
been feeling kinda run down lately mentally, cranky and shitty

got a 97kg snatch PR on monday but took one too many attempts at a heavy clean and jerk so I've been gassed for a few days. Kinda not wanting to even see a barbell for the past few days, just stay home and play guitfiddle.

Still hitting daily minimum numbers within 5-10kg of my bests without too much difficulty or soreness, just did me a short workout today scaling back the volume. Already starting to feel better. :greenie:

:squarsh:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 04 Feb 2018, 21:09
by morbid board eli
sade wrote:
morbid board eli wrote:
sade wrote:bought some mountaineering boots :xx:

Hoping to get some trips to the Lake District in this winter


:xx: :grim: :xx:

how is the national park scene in your lands


The Lake District is the most popular and also the one I'm closest to in terms of "mountains" (although the highest mountains are only between 800 and 1000 meters in the UK). The lack of height is made up by the amount of variation and accessibility - i.e. people attempt "rounds" and to "bag" multiple mountains in a route or across a life time. In the Lake District many walkers attempt bag "Wainwrights" which are the 214 hills that Alfred Wainwright described in his books, while in Scotland they bag "Munros" which are the 282 mountains over 3,000 feet in Scotland first listed by Sir Hugh Munro.

There are also lots of long distance trails that people take multiple weeks to walk, similar to the Appalachian or Pacific Crest trails but given the amount of land we have - much shorter.


well this all sounds magical and great :ba: you've got me reading a bit about the lake district national park, i would love to visit it one day. it seems the british take their hikes mad foreskin fungus like seriously :judge:

i hiked a bit of the appalachian trail a couple of weeks ago. that makes about six miles total :occifer: would love to do a thru-hike sometime but i doubt i'll ever have five or six free months, plus enough in savings. if you get a chance i recommend coming over and hiking a stretch :santa:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 09 Feb 2018, 10:00
by Skinfection
Learning leg locks tonight :gay:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 10 Feb 2018, 06:02
by Skinfection
Leg locks have been learned :greenie:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 20 Mar 2018, 21:22
by Ninny
Leg lock those bastards :grim:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 20 Mar 2018, 23:55
by Lavabug
I had a recurring knee tweak this month and I've been going to PT to fix. Almost healed, so I've been hammering other lifts besides the canary quad tremors.

Should be good to start loading the squarsh today.

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 21 Mar 2018, 13:47
by User
no exercise in this period

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 24 Mar 2018, 21:33
by sade
Cycling and weights in this period. Losing weight slowly, down to 74kg now.

Planning day hikes as well.

No impressive lifts, with my weight down strength is down too, benched 95kg x2 the other day, most I've tried in a long time. squarsh 100kg x6, probably had a few more there but not pushing it, aim is just volume and a balance to help aid fat loss.

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 13 Apr 2018, 20:12
by morbid board eli
morbid board eli wrote:
harpsichord dynamo wrote:i need to do more things related to physical fitness

physical fitness things

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 20 Apr 2018, 19:07
by Lavabug
i've been doing more and more again as I recover from a knee injury. Physio +kinesio tape and lots of hip stretching has been doing me good, pain is pretty much gone now.

made a 10rm pause squarsh pr lately, 120kg

Currently only 3-4x week as I am approaching my phd candidacy exam, but after that I am increasing the frequency and loading.

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 22 Apr 2018, 04:00
by Hitoshura
went on a short run this morning, 50s and 60s for the next week so maybe i'll finally get back into a routine

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 23 Apr 2018, 09:21
by User
i drank four litres of beer last night and now i feel like food haha food

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 23 Apr 2018, 21:14
by morbid board eli
food haha food is physical

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 12 Jun 2018, 00:16
by Lavabug
At my new place, I built this in the back yard:

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bj3UHMUFGGL ... efreeworld

beyond happy :squarsh:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 12 Jun 2018, 01:15
by morbid board eli
the cinderblock outbuilding or the weight rack

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 21 Jun 2018, 16:50
by morbid board eli
went for a good solid run this morning. only the second since moving last month :shock: and only the second this year :eek:

it rained in the night and conditions were even soggier than usual. the park we live by runs along a creek in a floodplain, so the fog was dense and the humidity heavy. an absolute swamp :ickface:

i somehow managed about three miles at a touch over nine minutes per mile. i will accept this result :beer:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 22 Jun 2018, 09:23
by Skinfection
Haven't been running in about a year :oldryan:

I also got ankle locked really bad a few weeks back in BJJ so I can only drill but not roll until my leg is less fucked :tear:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 24 Jun 2018, 19:54
by morbid board eli
i went for a run in the afternoon yesterday, during the heat

it was going well but then i took a new trail and wound up back on a different road than i expected

and then i thought i was turning back onto the right road. but, no, it turns out that road has two different independent segments

so i spent the next 45 minutes thinking i was running (and walking) closer to home when i was actualy getting farther away :homework:

good exercise though

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 25 Jun 2018, 02:38
by Lavabug
been gradually increasing my exercising for the last two weeks

no longer feel like puking after every lift due to total lack of fitness after a month off

knee also holding up without any major discomfort or pain :ba:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 25 Jun 2018, 21:31
by The Ultimate
I've taken a month long break. A lot of it has to do with a shoulder pain I've been experiencing. Don't know what it is, probably a sprain but it's been bothering me for a month. It hurts slightly when I move my arm over to the other side, and definitely hurts when I lift.

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 25 Jun 2018, 21:38
by morbid board eli
went for a good three and a half-four mile run this morning

also i have some new ideas about more routes for local runs

:suss:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 26 Jun 2018, 14:53
by User
i put on 5kg in germany :oldryan:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 26 Jun 2018, 15:43
by morbid board eli
three good beer shits

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 28 Jun 2018, 17:29
by morbid board eli
i ran 5k this morning. not a race, just that distance

and at a nine-minute pace :gay:

getting my wind back, feeling good in this period

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 08 Jul 2018, 17:35
by morbid board eli
went for about a six-mile run this morning. it was probably a bit less than that but the great majority was in a park & i can't map it so who knows

anyway it was a good long run to do after being sick for a week, i am pleased :serenity:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 09 Jul 2018, 19:26
by Lavabug
began a proper program yesterday, first high volume workout in which i didn't feel like death nor my knee felt aggravation

snatch 5x3 67.5kg
snatch push press 3x5 65kg
snatch pull 3x5 90kg
pause back squarsh 5x5 120kg
20-30 chinups and dips

beginning to feel healthy :ba:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 16 Jul 2018, 11:20
by diabolik
I got back to the gym after a two year hiatus. First month behind, I am glad to be back. Fucking finally.

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 20 Jul 2018, 20:45
by Lavabug
I been making me some personal bests in different exercises, mainly because I'm doing rep ranges I never do with them.

hang snatch 70kg 5x3
clean 95kg 4x3
behind the neck split jerk (2nd day doing them) 90kg 3x3
front spaghetti quad tremors 115kg 3x4, should be good for 120 next week

my squatting is not as strong as it should be tho

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 21 Jul 2018, 03:23
by Skinfection
Got my blue belt last Monday :ba:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 21 Jul 2018, 18:48
by The Ultimate
The Ultimate wrote:I've taken a month long break. A lot of it has to do with a shoulder pain I've been experiencing. Don't know what it is, probably a sprain but it's been bothering me for a month. It hurts slightly when I move my arm over to the other side, and definitely hurts when I lift.


Two months later this pain is persisting. What the fuck.

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 21 Jul 2018, 21:48
by sade
I've got shoulder and knee pain from lifting/cycling, had them both for years now :|


we aren't as young as we once were

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 21 Jul 2018, 21:50
by The Ultimate
The doctor said it was an inflammation of some tendon, something like that, bursitis. Isn't that supposed to heal up? I got an Xray done I don't have a fracture. So why should this pain last so long...

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 21 Jul 2018, 22:13
by sade
The human body is complicated I guess. I've had x-rays, ultrasounds, MRI's, massages, physical therapy... no better.

I just train around my injuries now.

Unsolicited advice:
1. Benchpress, if you can - find a variation that works for you. I can only do flat bench with a wide grip, I do 1-5 sets per week with a heavy weight and no more than that. I still get stronger when I put the effort in.

2. When I do train shoulders I don't do overhead pressing movements, I just can't do these without pain. Instead I do the following for high volume:
a. Side raises on a cable machine, I lift the weight handle only slightly to the side of my body.
b. Upright rows with a wide grip on a bar, sometimes I also do these with a heavy dumbbell (20kg or so)
c. Lying face pulls. These feel great for me, much better than rear raises. I go somewhat slow/controlled and do sets of 12+ repetitions.

3. Pull ups or any rowing movement, if arms overhead hurt then do seated rows instead but lots of volume.

We're not all built to have the most balanced physiques, there's always something you can train with things are repairing themselves, even if my injuries don't seem to do that.

If any of the above seems too much for you then I'd go see a physical therapist for some exercises and further advice.

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 22 Jul 2018, 21:02
by Lavabug
Some cases of bursitis involve draining the fluid sac that builds up around the area. Swimming is supposed to help with shoulder injuries like that if it doesn't aggravate it. And training around it and doing other lifts that don't aggravate it is a good idea, promoting circulation.

Joints/connective tissue are avascular so they don't heal nearly as fast as other things due to the mad foreskin fungus like low blood supply. Certain injuries won't improve at all on their own without surgery like meniscus tears or full tendon ruptures.

My knee injury happened in Feb/March and I've only been lifting approximately fully pain-free for the last month, squatting 130kg now hurts less than 45kg did about 3 weeks after the injury. Pain barrier was raised gradually, my PT says it's a process of pushing until you find it and retreating, repeating. It takes time. Probably would've taken longer if I did absolutely no exercise.

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 25 Jul 2018, 00:08
by Lavabug
I did me a heavy thing yesterday

https://www.instagram.com/p/BlmHPw5lOHl ... efreeworld

Knee started to hurt a bit after that, but I still managed to squarsh 130kg pain free. Just in time for a deload.

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 25 Jul 2018, 10:26
by User
i am still doing no exercise whatsoever
i think in this period if i lived right nextdoor to a gym i might

if it was cheap
and open at convenient times
maybe

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 25 Jul 2018, 18:48
by Lavabug
User wrote:
if it was cheap
and open at convenient times
maybe

Literally why I bought my own equipment and moved to a place where I could lift without noise complaints. Paid for itself already basically. Not being able to do stuff past 8-9pm at my regular gym got really annoying.

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 29 Jul 2018, 16:33
by morbid board eli
i ran a footrace yesterday, for the first time in many months

it was a trail run and i was inadequately prepared. this resulted in my slowest-ever race time

also i tripped on a root in the 6th mile and fell into a barrel roll and bruised my back and knee pretty good

however finishing was quite a satisfying thing :beer:

onto the next race

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 13 Aug 2018, 00:18
by Ninny
I ran! For the first time in years. 3,1 km, took me about half an hour :redneck: My legs got sore before I ran out of breath. If I do this once a week will that improve my condition? :huh:

Re: Ein Physical Fitness Thread.

Posted: 13 Aug 2018, 00:25
by Ninny
Image
https://www.freemaptools.com/measure-distance.htm
With this site you can measures distances :cool: