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1-19-2011 @ 8:11AM
I swim for almost 26 years... For as much as busy I might be, I always find time to get in the pool for at least 20 mins per day - I rather spend that time there than farming gold - and if I have a bit more time, I then get on the wetsuit and go to the sea insteadIf one wants, there's always rme for exercising and traffic, overtime or any of the others should never be an excuse...... And ask any people that does (proper) workout and they will all tell you that you "middle section" isn't groing because you dont exercise: it's what you've been eating
1-19-2011 @ 8:18AM
You swim for 26 years before you allow yourself to play WOW?
1-19-2011 @ 10:22AM
I've been getting 2 half-hour swim workouts in every week. My swimming's gotten a bit better but my midsection's still about the same so far.Going to try to increase the frequency to 3 times a week if I can.
1-19-2011 @ 3:24PM
@JosinI'd look more to your calorie intake than anything. There's free apps all over the place that can help you track it. I don't know about you, but if you're a guy like me, purely consuming less calories than you burn in a typical day will give you the fastest weight loss.Of course, people take that to mean starving themselves which is plain stupid. You merely use the many available online resources to come to some kind of consensus on your daily intake, and try to get just below it by a 50-100 calories.
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