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    I'm enjoying reading the posts because I've been out of it for almost two weeks. Looks like I'm going to have to bite the bullet and see if I have strep or something that needs antibiotics because I just can't seem to shake off this cold my daughter gave me. As a result, my fitness, strength and mood have all been steadily disintegrating. I feel well enough to work, but too ****ty to workout and I'd only relapse if I did anything 'serious'.

    Looks like I'm going to have to make that Doctor's appointment and have the old tongue depressor and light check out my throat. I have this mild fever 99-99.2 (which is actually in the normal temp range for humans-97-99 but my normal is closer to 98.2-4). Was losing my voice again a couple of days ago. Sure a lot of people were 'enjoying' that?

    Easy does it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnh View Post
    I'm enjoying reading the posts because I've been out of it for almost two weeks. Looks like I'm going to have to bite the bullet and see if I have strep or something that needs antibiotics because I just can't seem to shake off this cold my daughter gave me. As a result, my fitness, strength and mood have all been steadily disintegrating. I feel well enough to work, but too ****ty to workout and I'd only relapse if I did anything 'serious'.

    Looks like I'm going to have to make that Doctor's appointment and have the old tongue depressor and light check out my throat. I have this mild fever 99-99.2 (which is actually in the normal temp range for humans-97-99 but my normal is closer to 98.2-4). Was losing my voice again a couple of days ago. Sure a lot of people were 'enjoying' that?

    Easy does it!

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    Yeah, I'm being a typical male. Symptoms do suggest that I have a bacterial infection that needs a course of antibiotics--slightly increased heart rate and low grade temp, etc. I'm prone to 'sinusitis' and take a while to admit it to myself.

    Looks like it's the Doctor's office for me tomorrow!

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    Got my Monday workout in yesterday, or tried to. Had several problems with my bike since I haven't ridden that one in over a year. But it's the one with the power meter, so it's the one I needed to use. Of course, I found all kinds of stuff that seemed ok when I gave it a quick once over that then proceeded to not work once I tried to go for a ride. Well, there's always today and Friday Friday Friday... fun fun fun... Which seat should I take?
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    Quote Originally Posted by quadzilla View Post
    Which seat should I take?
    I don't understand the question. I'm thinking you're asking whether to ride with the bike you've been using or go with the one that's been mothballed for over a year? If so, I'd say go with your regular bike.

    Ran today at 6pm in 100+ temps. Tested out the Amphipod RunLite 4 hydration belt. Hated it at first because I was trying to wrap it to my hip. It finally stopped bouncing when I pushed it to my waist. There are four 8oz flasks and I filled one with Gatorade and water in the rest. Drunk it all.

    5 min warmup walk
    5min run/2 min walk, repeat 7 times while trying to keep my heart rate below 142 which meant I went very, very slowly
    5 min cool-down walk

    I had a hard time keeping my heart rate below 142 during the 3 min run portions (lotsa hills). When I zone out I sped up and increased the beats. Frustrating but obviously I don't know what I'm doing so I better stick with the program. Easy does it and I'll get there minus injuries or so I keep telling myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatchowmein View Post
    I don't understand the question.
    Look up Rebecca Black Friday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quadzilla View Post
    Look up Rebecca Black Friday.
    Oh, sorry. I'm not one of the cool kids. Didn't know.

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    15.5 miles today and 6 the other day. 2952 Calories total.

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    Did my run/walk this morning as usual (see post#395). I bought a long sleeve Adidas Clima365 running shirt but woozed out this morning. Too bad. It was 81 with the heat index at 89 which would have probably worked out. Ran in my Under Armour short sleeves instead.

    Didn't try too hard to keep my heart rate down. Went with perceived effort instead (easy) for 3.5 miles.

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    Finally back in the gym for a bit today. My wife hit me with some combo of Western and traditional Chinese meds we picked up in China last year that seem to have edged out whatever I had.

    It goes without saying that my strength was down. I took it easy...kept the benching under 200 lbs. I've been hitting the Slim Fast for lunch with a fruit or some nuts to lose the few pounds I've gained during the rather SADS inducing New England winter.

    Of course just cutting calories without exercising, you're not really going to lose more than a pound a week, if you are lucky? So it's back to some light aerobics tomorrow. Probably break out the ancient bike with the prostate shredding seat! Gotta replace that seat--I'm not 25 anymore and that seat was giving me problems in my late 30s!

    It goes without saying that I really, really, really dislike intensive aerobic training but have no problem with its anaerobic counterpart? Runners high--don't really know what that is (maybe a rationalization rooted in an unconscious masochism--lol).

    More power to you aerobic guys!

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    6 hours at the lake swimming and jet skiing and playing "shark" and "train" with a bunch of 6 - 8 year olds. Wish I was the caboose.

    Instead of the usual sunscreen ritual that I always forget to reapply, I tried wearing a Body Glove Rash Guard long sleeve shirt and a large brim water proof hat. Probably looked ridiculous with my cycling glasses on but it worked great. No burns.

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    My Garmin went crazy today and I had to shut it down and start it again 5.60 miles into my workout. So this is the first 44 minutes of my workout:

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    And then this is the rest:

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    OK, out on my wife's dirt bike for about 45 minutes. I barely felt anything except for my knees and I'm in really awful aerobic shape. Probably couldn't run a 10 minute mile?

    Slow but 'steady' boys and girls!

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    5 min walk, 30 min slow run, 5 min walk.

    My heart rate was in the low 130's most of the time: 128-143 bpm. The 143 was due to a big hill. Quite interesting considering I had a hard time staying below the 140's last week. May be the weather?

    98 degrees, partly cloudy (mostly showed up near the end of my run), windy. Wore that long sleeve Adidas I mentioned on Saturday. Felt weird with cloth on my forearms and warmer overall. I'll try again when there's a full sun beating on me but I'll wet my forearms first. So far, in terms of coolness, it's as follows: Saucony singlet (favorite), Nike Pro Combat sleeveless with the weird mesh on the back, Nike sleeveless, Nike/Under Armour short sleeves, Adidas long sleeve.

    Had the hydration system on me (3x 8oz water, 1x 8oz Gatorade). Love it. Also wore a Livestrong visor but my thinning hair my mean I can't use it with the sun overhead since I don't want to burn my scalp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnh View Post
    It goes without saying that I really, really, really dislike intensive aerobic training but have no problem with its anaerobic counterpart? Runners high--don't really know what that is (maybe a rationalization rooted in an unconscious masochism--lol).

    More power to you aerobic guys!

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    Go slower. Build up slowly over a period of time. One of the books I read, and I'm paraphrasing here, says your effort should be somewhere between hating life and boredom. Go much slower even if it means walking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnh View Post

    It goes without saying that I really, really, really dislike intensive aerobic training but have no problem with its anaerobic counterpart? Runners high--don't really know what that is (maybe a rationalization rooted in an unconscious masochism--lol).

    More power to you aerobic guys!

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    Same here. I hate cardio. It's so boring. Well.....not anymore!

    My StreetStrider is so much FUN!!!!

    And if Cardio becomes fun then you want to do it.

    It's so funny. In the park and on the streets all the normal everyday people are running up to me and asking me questions about the StreetStrider. All the hardcore bikers just fly by. They don't even look at me. They ignore me and they probably say to themselves what the hell is that?

    Meanwhile they are burning only 500 calories per hour and I'm burning 1000. LOL. But at least they have fancy clothes on that match their bikes! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    All the hardcore bikers just fly by. They don't even look at me. They ignore me and they probably say to themselves what the hell is that?

    Meanwhile they are burning only 500 calories per hour and I'm burning 1000. LOL. But at least they have fancy clothes on that match their bikes! LOL

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    No, we're just too busy flying by. Road bikes are about speed, power, and efficiency. We're the F-22 of the self powered world - or that's what I tell myself.

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    LOL!

    You're probably right about going slower. The problem is that I've never been able to hold myself back once I get started--must be a competitive streak all about how fast can I go, how long can I go, how much can I do that is hard to pull back. I think you know what I mean.

    And, Sal, you're absolutely right. I really haven't found anything aerobic that I really like to do. I suppose if I 'enjoyed' something, it would be easier to do consistently!

    Love the 'matching' outfits. You should see me on a bike, I was out the other day in my Boston Bruins shorts, a white T-shirt and my Batman Forever cap and headphones with the cheapo T-sonic Mp3 player in my pocket on an ancient female dirt bike.

    My outfit probably makes the well-dressed biker cringe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post

    Meanwhile they are burning only 500 calories per hour and I'm burning 1000. LOL. But at least they have fancy clothes on that match their bikes! LOL

    Sal
    That may be true, but their main goal isn't necessarily burning calories, but building up their cardiovascular system (which are also doing, just maybe not at the same intensity)

    Regardless, I'm glad to see you decided to excercise, I remember our talk a year or two ago when you were completely against anything cardio. Now, not even have you decided to excercise, but enjoy doing it too. Good for you.



    Anyways, on may 26, I weighed 170 and decided to start counting calories and go between 1800 and 2000. I then weighed myself a few days ago, and I am now below 160. That was way too much, too fast. Obviously I severly underestimated how many calories I used to eat and my caloric intake is way too low for my activity level. I have bumped it up to 2500 and hopefully that slows it down (plus I have noticed slight decrease in weight lifting strength). I must've of somehow been eating 4000 calories+ or something cause I can't believe I would lose 9-10 in three weeks, its ridiculous. Anyways, I will see how this increase works and if this continues I'll have to bump it up even more...
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    If your losing weight that fast you've got to be under 40! lol

    And your metabolism is still running at a fairly high rate. So keep it off while you can. It gets a lot SLOWER as the years add on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommyboy View Post
    Anyways, on may 26, I weighed 170 and decided to start counting calories and go between 1800 and 2000. I then weighed myself a few days ago, and I am now below 160. That was way too much, too fast. Obviously I severly underestimated how many calories I used to eat and my caloric intake is way too low for my activity level. I have bumped it up to 2500 and hopefully that slows it down (plus I have noticed slight decrease in weight lifting strength). I must've of somehow been eating 4000 calories+ or something cause I can't believe I would lose 9-10 in three weeks, its ridiculous. Anyways, I will see how this increase works and if this continues I'll have to bump it up even more...
    From what I've read, and Lord knows I'm no expert at this, you should calculate how many calories you need a day to maintain your current weight and subtract no more than 20%. The result should be your daily target calories (until you get where you want to be). However, you have to adjust for exercise.

    For example, mine is 1,670 (I'm a small guy) if I'm not doing anything for the day. If I'm running, my watch tells me I burn 315 calories (this was yesterday), so for the day I'll eat a total of 1,985 (1,670 + 315) roughly.

    I started calorie counting on April 23rd, at 148 pounds, using Lose It! (see Bobman's recommendation). I'm hovering between 140 and 142 so that's roughly a pound a week.

    Oh, BTW, make sure you're taking in enough protein. I've heard everything from a gram per pound to converting your weight to kilo's and dividing by 2? Obviously, I'm no help in this dept so hopefully someone else will chime in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    Meanwhile they are burning only 500 calories per hour and I'm burning 1000. LOL. But at least they have fancy clothes on that match their bikes! LOL

    Sal
    When I'm trained and have the muscle endurance to support it, I generally burn 900-1200 calories/hour. When I'm doing hill work, that can hit close to 2000/hour. And I have the fancy clothes, so not only do they match my bike, I look damn good doing it.
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    15.36 miles today and burned 1513 Calories

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    5min walk, 30min run, 5min walk. Easily kept HR below 140 (except large hills). 97 degrees in PM. Air pollution orange. Probably should have stayed indoors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatchowmein View Post


    However, you have to adjust for exercise.


    This is my main problem right now it seems. I can't really tell how many calories I burned unless I'm on a treadmill(I try to base my cardio off the 30 min run for 4 miles on a treadmill which I burnt 650 calories, which probably isn't accurate anyways). I type in my calorie website that I had a hard weight lifting session and it tells me I burned 500 calories... I just don't think I burn that much but I don't know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tommyboy View Post
    This is my main problem right now it seems. I can't really tell how many calories I burned unless I'm on a treadmill(I try to base my cardio off the 30 min run for 4 miles on a treadmill which I burnt 650 calories, which probably isn't accurate anyways). I type in my calorie website that I had a hard weight lifting session and it tells me I burned 500 calories... I just don't think I burn that much but I don't know.
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    5min walk, ran 4 miles, 5min walk.

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    ‎28.25 Miles for today & yesterday. 9 miles Yesterday and 19.25 Today!!!!!

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    Here's a question for the boys: If you calculate the amount of calories you are burning during an exercise period, let's say an hour or so does that number include the basal metabolic rate of calorie burning that a living body naturally uses (let's say close to 100 calories per hour) or is it a 'clean' number that excludes the normal rate of calorie burning you need just to exist?

    Oh, and another 45 minutes on the old dirt bike--nothing special. I've been on a calorie reduction program for almost two weeks and I've hardly lost a pound? During this last week, I was in the weight room three times and on the bike three days, 6 days of toil in all? My caloric intake for BRfst and Lunch is less than 500 and dinner probably 1000 or so.

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