Ugly Dougly wrote:Savannah wrote:True, crunches alone don't equal great abs. Having ripped abs is a combination of 1) ab exercise and 2) plentiful cardio to peel the fat off. So, you can have abs of steel but still not be able to see them, in the same way that one may have a small waist from lots of cardio and still have little definition.
Running is the fastest way to peel fat off, provided one doesn't have joint injuries or other distinct health reasons why not. One may walk/run at first and then run more and walk less. It's not fun at first, but it works.
(Weak abs can exacerbate back problems because the back is doing a disproportionate amount of work holding you upright.)
3) Also do the exercise known as "push-aways" - involves a table.
BoyScoutGirl wrote:I bike to work so my legs are in acceptable shape and I don't get saddle sore. However, as a lamplighter last year, I found myself really wishing I had better arm muscle endurance. Balancing a lit lantern at the end of a long, thin pole while lifting it above my head several dozen times every night was tiring!
Guess I'll be adding some extra arm pumps while carrying grocery bags between now and playa time.
tatonka wrote:ya know if a women straddles your lap when your bench pressing , your testosterone level shoots up. Thats science .
Canoe wrote:Three hour conversation in the sun on hot asphalt with NO SUNSCREEN
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