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Registered on:2/19/2009
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re: what Spring time is all about? Caption the pic(NSFW) - Homey the Clown
Some good fackin...
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re: Anyone in Orange Beach this week? - Homey the Clown
Not this week, but ill be there next weekend. 17th - 22nd. ...
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re: Heart Rate Monitors: How Accurate Are They? - Homey the Clown
I do get on my fitness pal, and im under my recomended calories five out of seven days a week. Only thing that really gets me is the beer on the weekends. I stick to chicken breast, lean beef, veggies, occasional fruit. No snacks, or junk food. Also, no, 11 minute mile is absolutely nothing to br...
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re: Heart Rate Monitors: How Accurate Are They? - Homey the Clown
[quote]Just get your diet in check first.[/quote] I'm trying, but, as I'm sure everyone knows, thats by far the toughest part of getting fit. I usually eat pretty healthy, but theres those one or two days a week that i give in to temptation, and eat like an idiot. I know im reading to much in...
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re: Heart Rate Monitors: How Accurate Are They? - Homey the Clown
[quote]hot yoga[/quote] This made me :lol: Well for now, i guess i will stick to the average between the HRM with height and weight plugged in, and the estimate from my fitness pal. It may not be perfect, but perhaps its a safe guesstimation....
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re: Heart Rate Monitors: How Accurate Are They? - Homey the Clown
With this system (height, weight, age, and sex plugged into the watch, and heart rate monitor synced to the watch) its more than just heart rate taken into account. I'm really fishing for someone to just tell me im burning all these calories so i can feel better about myself :lol:...
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re: Heart Rate Monitors: How Accurate Are They? - Homey the Clown
Where can I get a power meter? And wouldn't you say that calorie counts would be more accurate with a HRM than just an assumption given your height, weight, sex, and age?...
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re: Heart Rate Monitors: How Accurate Are They? - Homey the Clown
So how do I get an accurate read on calories burned? I've researched online, and from what I've read, it said that the amount of calories a HRM says you burn during a workout is accurate within about 12%. Is that complwtely false?...
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re: Heart Rate Monitors: How Accurate Are They? - Homey the Clown
When I say a "jog", its really the best pace I can get right now since I've been inactive since about october, when I was averaging 5 miles at 9:30 a mile per run, but I didn't want to get into the whole "11 minute mile isn't a run" debate....
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re: Heart Rate Monitors: How Accurate Are They? - Homey the Clown
[quote]Polar HR monitor[/quote] This is what I bought....
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re: Heart Rate Monitors: How Accurate Are They? - Homey the Clown
[quote]What is your height and weight and does your monitor take them into consideration?[/quote] 5' 7" 170 My height, weight, age, and sex are all plugged into the watch, which is synced to the HRM....
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re: Heart Rate Monitors: How Accurate Are They? - Homey the Clown
I maxed out at 181 for the jog....
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re: Heart Rate Monitors: How Accurate Are They? - Homey the Clown
[quote] 170 is pretty high for an average for a jog[/quote] This is very close to when I run on a treadmill and use the finger clip. Also about the same as when I go hard on the elliptical....
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Heart Rate Monitors: How Accurate Are They? - Homey the Clown
I bought a heart rate monitor yesterday so that I can get an accurate reading on how many calories I burn while lifting weights, since you can't get a really accurate estimate because of different intensities, break lengths, and amount of weight being lifted unless you monitor your heart rate. So...
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re: Tent camping at Chicot State Park? - Homey the Clown
[quote]K&B grocery[/quote] This is now "Shop's Grocery". I worked in the meat department during high school and know the guy who bought it. Good quality meat, boudin, and cracklins. If you are camping at Chicot, I highly recommend you visit Shop's Grocery....
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re: Runners of the OT: Precentages? - Homey the Clown
[quote]You will be surprised what a little change in routine can do for your results. [/quote] I agree with this. A change in scenery usually keeps my mind off of how far/long I have been running, and before i know it, Ive reached my distance....
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re: First World Problems - Homey the Clown
The mini fridge in my office doesnt get my drinks as cold as i would like them to be. ...
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re: Tips for early morning workouts for a non morning person - Homey the Clown
[quote]I dunno. I've done it before. Went back to one. Decided to do it again for a few months and see how it works out.[/quote] I do two workouts a day. I like it because I don't have to spend 90 minutes at the gym trying to get in cardio then jumping straight to the weights. Ill do a 3-4 mile r...
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re: Tips for early morning workouts for a non morning person - Homey the Clown
I used to workout in the mornings, but it was tough at first, so I made a bet with the guy I was working out with so I would have more motivation to get up and go. I found that helped. Something like first one to miss a morning buys drinks friday after work, or first one to hit his lifting/cardio go...
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re: If it was your choice, would you drink at work? If so, how much/often? - Homey the Clown
Probably not. I am allowed to have a few for lunch, but I don't do it very often, mainly because I try to go to the gym, or get a quick run in during that time. I do not see anything wrong with someone who has a few at lunch on occasion, or a few on Friday afternoon an hour or so before quittin time...
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