What's your roadblock for working out?
I'll try to help you with any issue you may have when it comes to working out.
For me it's motivation/time management. I know how good I feel for a day or so after working out but I am busy from 9 to 9 5 days a week, I got membership to a anytime fitness that does help but I'm often so tired going before or after is a huge roadblock.
Have you considered home work outs? I understand the long hours. When I was at Activision I was doing 16hrs a day for 6-7 days a week overnights too. So I had to squeeze in a workout at 1 or 2pm then head to work (5:30pm until whenever)
Actually that is my next thing to start trying, I did that years ago and was in great shape and I feel I got a lot more done
Not sure why I can't reply off your last comment.
Honestly, as long as you have the time, I think home work outs are best because you have the equipment that you need and don't have to wait for others. plus, you're in a familiar environment.
Ok so right now mine is my tattoo (Just got it.) And I'm upset because I did not know i would have to wait two weeks before working out again. Besides that I guess it is motivation and already being self conscious.
2 weeks? Umm depends on the size and where you got it. I have 8 tats and only had to wait a few days.
I'll double check with the tattoo guy. Thanks!
Ask because like I said, I only had to wait a few hours for some. I did make sure I had a full day for a larger piece. All depends on where it is. The club owner of my gym (also my boss) he's covered in tats. and usually waits a few hours to a day.
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11 for the 5th time? lol what? To get your knees back or at least strengthened, just do squats at home without weight and calf raises while you watch tv or play video games. Also try resistance bands.
by CollegiateFitness 5 years ago
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