- Aug 7, 2007
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Get well soon. A few days will go by quickly and you'll be back on it before you know it.I'm out of action for a few days. Picked up a very nasty cough over the weekend and thought it might go away if I skip Sunday and Monday.
No luck. Doc confirmed upper respiratory tract infection today. Banned from physical activity for the rest of the week until course of meds finished.
Keep going guys!
Have a look through the programs at Darebee.com and see if there's anything there that suits you. Lots of other resources on the site.What happened to the bodybuilders thread? Seems to have died.
Hoping some of you guys can help me out. I am giving my swim/bike/run activities a rest. This is due to a number of reasons. I just need to do something different, and having more free time on the weekends would be awesome. I want to take the next year to build some more strength and muscle, which will be great for my swim/bike/run later on (not to mention aesthetics).
I have a coach to help me with planning and training load for my big events. So, I really like having a plan telling me to do x this number of times, on this day. I looked at Bodybuilding.com and I see they changed their plans completely. I tried to pay for a plan, but multiple cards get rejected. I just don't have the inclination to try troubleshoot the issues. Do you guys have any other recommendations for training plans? I am good on nutrition as I have a dietitian already. Happy to use an app or website.
Gaining weight as in increasing body fat is certainly easy if you don't adhere to a healthy diet most of the time. Even a week of throwing caution to the wind can see a gain of 3kg or so very easily. On the other hand if you have lot of weight to lose, you can easily lose a +/- kilo per week consistently for some time by adopting good eating habits. Of course as you approach your ideal weight or if you don't have much to lose in the first place, it gets harder to shed that extra 1 or 2 kilos.Gaining weight is easier compared to loosing weight, It can take a number of month to loose one kg