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Played a rugby game for charity earlier, fuck me didn't realise how unfit I actually am. Was out of breath after like 5 minutes.
Whoever said don't eat bacon needs to have a stern word with themselves.
By Ninja | Permalink | On 02 March 2013 - 01:41 AM
Oi gym sluts.

Morning workout with primary goal building muscles mass, full english breakie before gym or no breakfast?


What you eat before your workout is crucial for fueling the workout itself and maximizing your performance throughout.

What you eat after your workout is crucial for the recovery process and ensuring that your body has all of the supplies it needs in order to recover, adapt and improve the way you want it to.

Some oatmeal about thirty minutes before your workout, then two bananas and some milk straight after.

A good website for building muscle mass is Stronglifts5x5.
Started Gaelic football training around the start of January , but I took it easy because of my small heart problem - irregular heart-beat. However I don't think anything is wrong though because after a few weeks I started pushing myself harder and harder and now I'm participating in full trainings and playing matches now, and I'm feeling fitter than ever! Plus I've been out cycling and jogging on the beach as well so that's helped. Anyway, my consultant hasn't got back to me yet and I visited him in December so I take it that I'm fine.

However, my main problem is my diet, which is just awful and I don't really do any core work. My leg's have bulked up compared to before but my arms are still skinny, but I've no intention of joining my local gym because I'm not interested in gym work whatsoever. I'd much rather be out under the fresh air. Anyone know where I can find some sort of decent diet and limit the amount of shit food I consume everyday?
By Sears | Permalink | On 09 March 2013 - 06:57 AM
Started Gaelic football training around the start of January , but I took it easy because of my small heart problem - irregular heart-beat. However I don't think anything is wrong though because after a few weeks I started pushing myself harder and harder and now I'm participating in full trainings and playing matches now, and I'm feeling fitter than ever! Plus I've been out cycling and jogging on the beach as well so that's helped. Anyway, my consultant hasn't got back to me yet and I visited him in December so I take it that I'm fine.

However, my main problem is my diet, which is just awful and I don't really do any core work. My leg's have bulked up compared to before but my arms are still skinny, but I've no intention of joining my local gym because I'm not interested in gym work whatsoever. I'd much rather be out under the fresh air. Anyone know where I can find some sort of decent diet and limit the amount of shit food I consume everyday?


Well what kind of diet do you have currently?
Just signed up to do this in June

Couldn't do the Paris to London ride but this will do, starts at 2am and ride into London with everyone on the Paris-London ride, be good to see some old friends as well.
By KEV0 | Permalink | On 08 March 2013 - 21:09 PM
Well what kind of diet do you have currently?


When I'm bothered to wake up in time, my breakfast consists of a few bowls of Cheerios or Special K.

Then at small lunch (11) I've a ham sandwhich, chocolate bar (totally addicted) , an apple , and small carton squeeze apple juice.

Big lunch (1:15) consists of a cup of tea, galaxy bar for my tea, and usually a ham + cheese type-roll toasted, and 2 apple's.

When I get home, 4:30, normally tend to have tea, load of choc biscuits, and pita bread (butter + cheese)

Then dinner ranges from anything from steak, chicken, fish etc. I eat a lot of healthy's dinners tbh. No problem there

But I binge on a lot of junk. Mostly chocolate. I get absolutely terrible cravings for chocolate + I gobble my fair share of tayto's + sweets as well (good thing I never put weight on!!!)... Just need to be more strict with myself but in order to do that I really need some sort of diet to follow.
You have a 'few bowls' of cereal and two lunches, that's crazy!
I dont think i could eat that much even if i tried
That diet doesn't sound too bad, obviously cut down a little on chocolate and that but it doesn't look like you're eating a lot of it
By Pippadoc | Permalink | On 08 March 2013 - 22:19 PM
You have a 'few bowls' of cereal and two lunches, that's crazy!


Small bowls , as I don't like my cereal getting soft I'm a very picky eater.
By Carroll. | Permalink | On 08 March 2013 - 22:23 PM
That diet doesn't sound too bad, obviously cut down a little on chocolate and that but it doesn't look like you're eating a lot of it


I can't, seriously. I tried. I really tried. I can easily cut back on the amount of sweets + tayto's I eat, but my craving for chocolate is incredible.

And Luis, you think I eat a lot? Most of my friends complain to me that I eat very little
By Sears | Permalink | On 09 March 2013 - 08:13 AM
When I'm bothered to wake up in time, my breakfast consists of a few bowls of Cheerios or Special K.

Then at small lunch (11) I've a ham sandwhich, chocolate bar (totally addicted) , an apple , and small carton squeeze apple juice.

Big lunch (1:15) consists of a cup of tea, galaxy bar for my tea, and usually a ham + cheese type-roll toasted, and 2 apple's.

When I get home, 4:30, normally tend to have tea, load of choc biscuits, and pita bread (butter + cheese)

Then dinner ranges from anything from steak, chicken, fish etc. I eat a lot of healthy's dinners tbh. No problem there

But I binge on a lot of junk. Mostly chocolate. I get absolutely terrible cravings for chocolate + I gobble my fair share of tayto's + sweets as well (good thing I never put weight on!!!)... Just need to be more strict with myself but in order to do that I really need some sort of diet to follow.


You probably get the cravings for chocolate and junk food because of your blood sugars.

Your diet really doesn't look that bad and it obviously isn't or you'd be a fat fuck!!
Went out on my bike yesterday and did 50 miles, felt really good until the last 7 miles when the only way to stop my legs burning was to push harder (bit odd) should probably have missed out some of the climbs i did but still felt awesome when i got home

Not bad living round here i suppose, have this just down the road either

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By Vercoe | Permalink | On 10 March 2013 - 11:32 AM
Instagram'd?

Yeah just copied the link of there cant be arsed getting it of my phone lol
You just reminded me that I must buy another bottle holder, thanks
By King Luis | Permalink | On 08 March 2013 - 22:20 PM
I dont think i could eat that much even if i tried

I presume you wouldn't be able to have the whole chicken and large chips I get when I go Nandos then
By DB | Permalink | On 10 March 2013 - 15:34 PM
I presume you wouldn't be able to have the whole chicken and large chips I get when I go Nandos then

Did that when I was in Airlie Beach. Whole chicken, large chips and large coleslaw. With a drink.

Was meant to go out that night. Fell asleep with the meat sweats at about 9pm.
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I thought I'd post this in here instead of the Night Thread as I'd expect a better, lengthier response - hopefully.

I want to buy a bike and it would mainly be used for commuting from my house to work which is all just road. I wouldn't mind being able to do a bit of off-road cycling too though, or just on rocky paths or whatever, but it would mainly be used for getting from A-B. Would anyone be able to tell me what I should be looking for and even give me some recommendations on bikes? I haven't owned one in years and I really don't know any of the terminology used. MTB means mountain bike, I've got that far.

I have a budget (so far) of £270 and I can add more to that if needs be, but I'd rather spend as little as possible on as good a bike as possible, obviously. I was tempted to get one of the £100 ones from Argos but I know that would be a terrible idea.

Thanks in advance for your help.
I think this is supposed to be very good value for the sort of money you want.

http://www.btwin.com/en/sport-road-bikes/3858-triban-3.html
I tried the army fitness test today,

As many push ups as possible in two minutes: 34
As many sit ups as possible in two minutes: 23
1.5 mile run/jog in as quick a time as possible: 24.44 minutes

I'm disappointed by that, the run in particular. I'm going to try doing it every day and see how much I can improve over time.
I'd easily beat that sit up one but would probably get crushed by the press up score Doubt I'd do 10
By Carroll. | Permalink | On 18 March 2013 - 17:13 PM
I'd easily beat that sit up one but would probably get crushed by the press up score Doubt I'd do 10

Two minutes sounds easy but it is bloody difficult, especially if you are a fat bastard like yours truly.
I reckon I'd push 60 for both Push Up and Sit Up and could do the run in about 10 minutes if I pushed myself to my absolute limit.

There may be some vomiting involved too.
The sit ups are hard, you can't have your arms behind your head, they have to be crossed on your chest so you can't use them for momentum.
Our school did a 5k run today around our town. My time was 22.14. Which I don't think is that bad considering that was the first time I ever ran that much without stopping. I hate long distance running though.
I was thinking about getting this

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