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Do you workout?
#71
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Hubris del Fuego:
You poor, poor mad man. I had no Idea you were an amputee. how do you type?

Since the MMM is not ambidextrous, he only does such one arm exercises on his left arm so that it balances out with his often-used right arm.
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#72
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Hubris del Fuego:
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Mad Man Mundt:
I do 1 arm snatches, 1 arm clean and jerks, 1 arm push presses, upright rows and bent rows.

You poor, poor mad man. I had no Idea you were an amputee. how do you type?

It's not so hard really. You should see me in stump porn.
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#73
I don't workout much beyond some pushups and situps every day, but I do eat extremely well so I feel that pretty much balances it out. I think 170 pounds for a 6' 2", fairly wide shouldered guy ain't too shabby.
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#74
I do some situps and pushups everyday, as well as a lot of free weights for my arms and shoulders. As far as aerobic work, I'm a college student with no car, so I get plenty of walking in.
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#75
As much as possible. I wrenched my spine in a car accident last November(2002), so, between work and latent back issues, it's much less than I'd like to.

Ideally(ie, last year, pre-accident/ job /heftycourse-load), I put 8 hours of my week into the gym, about 25km of running, a few hours swimming, and whatever cycling I could fit. Ideally, I wouldn't have school or a job.

My diet and weight routine changed during last year's short run at triathalon glory. I began focusing on negative and control-based lifting. Post injury, and acknowledging my dislike of unecessary muscle mass(I'm not playing rugby), this seems a good course to stay.

I love the gym and its armies of young women. It will be the last to fall victim to this semster's appetite for my time. Right after these back spasms stop.
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