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    Quote Originally Posted by fatchowmein View Post
    I should clarify, Sal. Heart rate monitors take your heart rate (effort) and the time you worked and compares it with data you've entered such as gender, height, weight, and age in order to calculate calories burned (approximation).
    Ok, Thanks


    I just did a mile on my low rider bicyle. on the way back home I had to get off of it and walk the last 200 feet because my thighs were on fire!

    alot more than I ever felt on the elliptical.
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    What do you mean by "low rider" bicycle? Are you talking about a bmx? Because those aren't really designed to ride so much as to do tricks with. This is especially important because if you're trying to ride something that isn't really designed to be ridden, you can blow out your knees.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quadzilla View Post
    What do you mean by "low rider" bicycle? Are you talking about a bmx? Because those aren't really designed to ride so much as to do tricks with. This is especially important because if you're trying to ride something that isn't really designed to be ridden, you can blow out your knees.

    The first picture is what it looked like when I bought it except for the cup holder and bell.

    The second picture shows what I added to it.


    It is direct drive and pedal brakes. extreme workout when going up hills!

    I want to hook up some speakers to it an a cheap mp3 player so that I can blast the low rider song as I ride it! LOL

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    You still need to get it fit if you want to have knees in a year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatchowmein View Post
    Yes. I use a Polar F6 watch with chest strap. McLoki uses a Garmin Forerunner 305 which includes a GPS.
    I also have a sportline 1060 HR watch. It is much better for use indoors than the garmin. (the Garmin rocks for any outside activities though)

    For calories, I would estimate that the sportline is more accurate than the model garmin I have as the garmin does not use HR in its calorie calculations. (it uses distance, speed and elevation changes) I believe the more expensive garmins do use HR in the calculations, but the 305 does not.

    The sportline works fine (and the chest strap seems to work with a lot of gym equipment) but the GPS capability of the garmin is more in line with what I wanted for outside....

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    Quote Originally Posted by quadzilla View Post
    You still need to get it fit if you want to have knees in a year.

    Get it Fit?


    My new "bike" is extremely low impact.
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    I'm 6'3" 185 lbs. Fork all you fat bastages!!!!

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    You Polkies that ride bikes. Do you have any lights on your bikes?

    I bought 4 of these, 2 red and 2 yellow because I don't want to be a dead Polkie ;)

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    Morning:

    4 sets of Dumbell Press
    3 sets of Hammer Press
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    3 sets of Dumbell Fly
    1 set of Cable Fly

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightman1 View Post
    I'm 6'3" 185 lbs. Fork all you fat bastages!!!!
    You need to eat more meat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Polk addict View Post
    Morning:

    4 sets of Dumbell Press
    3 sets of Hammer Press
    4 sets of Incline Press
    3 sets of Dumbell Fly
    1 set of Cable Fly

    Afternoon:
    3 sets of Dips; 15 reps, 10 reps, 8 reps
    3 sets of Dumbell Military Press
    3 sets of Machine Press
    3 sets of Tricep
    4 sets of Tricep Pulldown

    Nice Job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    You Polkies that ride bikes. Do you have any lights on your bikes?

    I bought 4 of these, 2 red and 2 yellow because I don't want to be a dead Polkie ;)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xlBM...e_gdata_player
    I have a headlight and taillight - neither one as nice as the ones you got. I just use them if my rides are starting early or running a little late, I try to avoid riding when its dark out. The lights I use are for others to see me, not to give me enough time to react to a pothole as I approach it at 15-20mph.

    I do run after dark though, so once you get in your new lights, let me know how they work...

    Enjoy.

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    P90X week 4 last night went to the gym than got home and did Ab ripper. Started adding the gym this week to get some more weight lifting in.

    Total weight loss so far: 12 pounds
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    I don't think I will be riding after dark. The roads are scary around my house. There are 3 nice parks near me. The closest one is around 15 blocks away. I think most likely I'll be riding in my town on the local streets and at this one park.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigaudiofanatic View Post
    P90X week 4 last night went to the gym than got home and did Ab ripper. Started adding the gym this week to get some more weight lifting in.

    Total weight loss so far: 12 pounds
    Great Job!!! 12lbs. Very cool. How much more you want to lose?
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    I do no use any lights on my bike but I avoid riding in the streets when visibility is compromised. I may, at some point, change my mind but my brother's accident colors my decision.

    He was riding in the right lane with another, with good visibility, in an area highly known for bike riders, at a time when there are a lot of bikers (Sat AM), and got hit from behind by a car. Driver was texting and was pulled over 10 min earlier for speeding. Bro went over the car and was knocked unconscious for 10 min but he's alright (CAT scan and all).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    Great Job!!! 12lbs. Very cool. How much more you want to lose?
    Well I am going to do the 90 days. I am looking to lose a total of 35-45 pounds.

    After the 90 days of P90X I am going to be doing Insanity which a friend of mine is already doing "second week in"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    Get it Fit?


    My new "bike" is extremely low impact.
    That, by definition, is not a "bike". The "bi" in bicycle, means two, as in wheels. That has more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    Get it Fit?
    the fit he is talking about is going to a bike store and having them fit the bike to you. They adjust the seat (forward and back / up and down) as well as the stem (the part that holds the handlebars onto the forks). They will adjust everything so your bike fits you as well as it can.

    if you use clipless pedals (if you shoes have cleats in them that "click" into place on the pedal) they will adjust them as well to ensure that they are in a good position as you pedal so you do not put any additional stress on your legs (knees mainly).

    I had one done on my bike and it was well worth it. The cost was about $80 + an additional $40 for a new stem. It made my bike much more comfortable to ride and make riding longer distances much easier.

    It is money well spent and should be done with anyone that takes rides of more than 45min or so. (in my opinion)

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    Quote Originally Posted by McLoki View Post
    the fit he is talking about is going to a bike store and having them fit the bike to you. They adjust the seat (forward and back / up and down) as well as the stem (the part that holds the handlebars onto the forks). They will adjust everything so your bike fits you as well as it can.

    if you use clipless pedals (if you shoes have cleats in them that "click" into place on the pedal) they will adjust them as well to ensure that they are in a good position as you pedal so you do not put any additional stress on your legs (knees mainly).

    I had one done on my bike and it was well worth it. The cost was about $80 + an additional $40 for a new stem. It made my bike much more comfortable to ride and make riding longer distances much easier.

    It is money well spent and should be done with anyone that takes rides of more than 45min or so. (in my opinion)

    Michael

    Yeah, that's not gonna happen with this bike. This bike is just made to look cool and with cool things you lose comfort.
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    30 min jog in AM.

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    Thanks Sal!

    Here's today's...

    5 sets of squat
    5 sets of leg press
    3 sets quads
    4 sets of calves
    3 sets of cable leg extensions <-- Those feel really weird...
    Chiranth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    Yeah, that's not gonna happen with this bike. This bike is just made to look cool and with cool things you lose comfort.
    So... let us know how the knee replacement surgery goes.
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    Time to get serious with my diet.

    Been doing the p90x with only 5 of the dvd's. Now that I bought it I have them all and the diet plan!
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    Quote Originally Posted by quadzilla View Post
    So... let us know how the knee replacement surgery goes.
    My knees are perfectly fine. I can walk for miles and they don't hurt at all. Before my surgery I couldn't walk more than 2 blocks without being in pain.

    But I'll let you know. When I'm 68 and I have them replaced. That's 27 years from now. The question is will you still be around?
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    Here are a couple Videos showing off my new Fibre Flares.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySUJkmkZaJw

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1ygH139iWM
    Polk Audio SDA SRS 1.2TL's
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    Part Deux: http://tinyurl.com/lasareath3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    Here are a couple Videos showing off my new Fibre Flares.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySUJkmkZaJw

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1ygH139iWM
    Nice, a few questions for you though....

    How do they attach to your jacket?

    If they were attached to something lite like a shirt, would they make it hang wierd? (like when you have something heavy in a pocket)

    I think the original video you showed had them attached to a bike, is that with a different bracket or attachment method?

    They look like they would work ptetty well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McLoki View Post
    Nice, a few questions for you though....

    How do they attach to your jacket?

    If they were attached to something lite like a shirt, would they make it hang wierd? (like when you have something heavy in a pocket)

    I think the original video you showed had them attached to a bike, is that with a different bracket or attachment method?

    They look like they would work ptetty well.

    They come with two silicone bands each and each Fibre Flare has clips on their ends.

    They don't weigh too much, like 3 of them weigh as much as my iphone 4

    the one on my helmet I zip tied. I had to drill a couple of holes for the zip ties.
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    Jogged 3 miles.

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