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Darth Biscuit

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i think i'm gonna take up 20 minute jump rope sessions with some kettlebell excercises on my off days

Jumping rope will really work on your knees and your feet as you age. As a word of well intentioned advice to you younger guys - save yourself some grief later in life and try to go for not jarring type of aerobics - I do mine these days via my concept 2 rower - I used to jump rope a lot- first thing to go were my feet and then my knees - Im a lot better now after being off the rope for several years, but I know the damage is still there.

If youre persistant it, rowing will give you a lean muscular build coupled with a weight program - great lat and upper body development and stamina. Im pushing 55 and have a better body than the majority of guys half my age.

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From about late October until first of December, I was on creatine and taking a pre... I've tried several and honestly most of them your body gets used to pretty quickly... The best one I've tried is probably 1.M.R.

Weirdly, for about two weeks AFTER I got off creatine, I was stronger than when I was on it...

Yeah, I'm only going to do a one month creatine cycle and be done with it, just to help me get back into the swing of things.

I have a buddy that swears by NO2 Red and one of the black powders.

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Jumping rope will really work on your knees and your feet as you age. As a word of well intentioned advice to you younger guys - save yourself some grief later in life and try to go for not jarring type of aerobics - I do mine these days via my concept 2 rower - I used to jump rope a lot- first thing to go were my feet and then my knees - Im a lot better now after being off the rope for several years, but I know the damage is still there.

If youre persistant it, rowing will give you a lean muscular build coupled with a weight program - great lat and upper body development and stamina. Im pushing 55 and have a better body than the majority of guys half my age.

I do avoid jarring excercises for that reason. My prefered aerobic is rollerblading. But I need something for my off days that I can do in a 10x10 space.

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I'm going to do a creatine cycle my 2nd month and probably get a good black powder supplement for preworkout. any suggestions?

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greek yogurt is pretty fuging awesome. that's gonna be my preworkout meal, that and a banana

I hear you REALLY like bananas... :P

I've tried that greek yogurt and it's not for me.

I've done really well over the holidays working out... only missed yesterday and even then we went for a nice walk with the dogs. Haven't over-eaten either.

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Jumping rope will really work on your knees and your feet as you age. As a word of well intentioned advice to you younger guys - save yourself some grief later in life and try to go for not jarring type of aerobics - I do mine these days via my concept 2 rower - I used to jump rope a lot- first thing to go were my feet and then my knees - Im a lot better now after being off the rope for several years, but I know the damage is still there.

If youre persistant it, rowing will give you a lean muscular build coupled with a weight program - great lat and upper body development and stamina. Im pushing 55 and have a better body than the majority of guys half my age.

there are certain things you can do to lower the impact of skipping rope, like cross trainers, skipping on mats, short grass, or floors with some flex.

10 minutes skipping rope = 30 minutes jogging

also i have a canoe

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Brilliant plan there PN...

pineapple and cherry and blueberry aren't terrible. i just knock it out and don't think about it.

the poo is amazing healthwise, and you know...

NO PAIN NO GAIN

What brand?

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