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Old 08-22-2007, 08:27 AM   #11
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Default Anyone Else Hit the Gym on Their Lunch Hour?

I've been calling it that for years especially when the boss is around

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Old 08-22-2007, 12:45 PM   #12
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I used to, then my coworker who I went with was busy taking Karate and some other shizzle so it got harder for me to go alone. *shrug*. I'd like to get into it again....someday...

I tend to get lots of exercise in the warm months as I am usually outdoors. Winter is the bear for me. I usually gain a few pounds and want to hibernate.

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I usually just get my bike workouts in after work. Takes about 1.5-2.5 hours right after work, full effort intervals or time trial work during the week, long rides (4+ hours) on the weekends after I'm done brewing. Don't do a whole lot of gym work anymore, just bike specific stuff.

BTW, I'm your stereotypical skinny cyclist. 6' 135 lbs, huge legs with skinny arms, eats like a sumo wrestler.

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Old 08-22-2007, 01:12 PM   #14
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I usually just get my bike workouts in after work. Takes about 1.5-2.5 hours right after work, full effort intervals or time trial work during the week, long rides (4+ hours) on the weekends after I'm done brewing. Don't do a whole lot of gym work anymore, just bike specific stuff.

BTW, I'm your stereotypical skinny cyclist. 6' 135 lbs, huge legs with skinny arms, eats like a sumo wrestler.
6', buck-thirty-five? Holy sheet! Do you have to take cover from moderate wind gusts?

Kinda reminds me of this...
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Old 08-22-2007, 02:38 PM   #15
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What is this "working out" you speak of?

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I am an early morning kinda guy, up at 5:30 drink a bit of coffee and hit the gym a couple times a week. Early morning at the gym people are there for maintenance and get it done and get out.

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6', buck-thirty-five? Holy sheet! Do you have to take cover from moderate wind gusts?

Kinda reminds me of this...
Nah, wind doesn't bother me, I'm pretty bottom heavy and have good balance. I also played tuba in HS and know how to brace for a wind gust. My arms are skinny as hell though, and I've had to cut back my homebrew consumption rate a bit to stay moderately not drunk (I sober up pretty fast though).
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