Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by codek, Oct 9, 2013.
I Aint judging!!!!
Well, someone should.
Latflare is getting raped.
and you're just standing there watching!!!
Well, I'm not just standing here, I'm eating popcorn.
Teddy takes like 3.
I've been down to one a day 3-4 times a week due to scheduling issues. But I have in the past done several night a week of 3.5-4 hours on the mat.
Currently I'm unemployed and have only about 1-2 months to drop the weight. Once I get a job, I won't be sure how many classes I can attend. So I'm trying lose as much I can right now, learn as much boxing, muay thai technique so I can work out on my own. The reason I need to drop the weight is due to serious health concerns.
I wish I can take it slow and steady but I can't right now.
Aw man, no gov't shutdown specials??
I recently went to a NoGi and had the hardest most tiring workout in my life. I lost 2lbs of weight from that class. I thought it was all water weight but that was a couple of days ago and it's still off.
what? no belly dancing?
Great advice. Yes, I'm figuring things out and testing how my body does. Listening to my body.
I make sure I pace myself in the conditioning portions and I'm only going all out maybe 4 times a week.
He did something to my belly, but it wasn't dancing and i'd rather not talk about it. :icon_cry2
I have done 14 classes in a week some of which were conditioning but I ramped up to that.
I suggest doing something you know you can do and then slowly adding more to it, seeing how you feel. You seem to have lots of free time so getting extra rest will help.
But really if you are doing this to lose weight you should do something that you can maintain long term.
For example 10 classes a week 2 weeks a month, isn't anywhere near as good as 6 classes a week all month.
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