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 No.89870

Whenever you see this thread go and get some exercise! You can't just laze around all day as a NEET!

 No.89871

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Ok Remi, I did squats until reasonable exhaustion.
Where is my prize???

 No.89872

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>>89871
A stronger and healthier body!

 No.89886

walked to the fridge to get a snack

 No.89887

>>89886
How many reps?

 No.89888

>>89887
ate some ham and slice of cheese because i didn't feel like making a sandwich

 No.89889

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got some arm exercise by making fried rice
i made sure to add enough oil to make up for all the lost calories

 No.89891

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Started up exercising again and this time I'm going to try and commit to it. Started out the first two days with 40 push ups and 10 situps and then I could barely eek out 10 each the next day, but now today I was able to do that routine again and add in a mile on the treadmil.

 No.89892

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ate me a salad and yogurt cake

 No.89900

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mowed the lawn
god I hate it
utterly stupid, backwards, nonsensical and even harmful tradition

 No.89901

>>89900
At least it probably doesn't take you 2 hours minimum to mow yours...

 No.89902

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>>89901
Not really, but it feels like 10 hours. These are the stats now that clouds have arrived and are cooling it a bit alongside the sun nearing sunset.
This is just so exhausting to experience, I don't understand how people can choose to be outside. I had to take breaks just so I don't overheat and collapse.

 No.89903

>>89902
Oh yeah, that's terrible weather to do anything in. Reminds me that it's definitely getting closer to summer now... Especially with how I found myself getting sunburned all over because I forgot sunscreen while mowing...

 No.90102

did 30 mins on exercise bike
feeling a bit better

 No.90107

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Dear diary,
Today I saw that thread.
I promise I'll do yoga tomorrow.

 No.90110

JOed for an arm workout

 No.90114

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Does cutting grass count as exercise?

 No.90116

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>>90114
I'd say so. Maybe not as intense as jogging, but it's certainly more exercise than sitting in a chair

 No.90147

>>90114
if it's a push mower sure.

 No.90149

>>89902
I like being outside, especially the feel of sun on your skin. Don't really mind mowing the lawn, but I've got a pretty small yard so it doesn't take very long.

 No.90159

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oh yeah, mowing the lawn. that was one of the things i had to do this week

 No.90160

did some brain exercise with wordle
lost

 No.90165

>>90116
that witch is strong, considering the weight of her boobs

>>90147
I'll have to meet you halfway; it was a self propelled electric, mower.

 No.90170

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Had some freetime at work and cranked out 100 pushups in a little over an hour! It's about time I stop being lazy and sitting in my chair all day...

 No.90180

I don't sit in a chair hence I'm not lazy all day.

 No.90337

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Climbed some stairs today, the most efficient cardio exercise there is.

 No.90338

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Haha this cat probably works out more than Kissu does! Are you guys really going to be beaten by a cat?

 No.90342

>>90338
few things are as innately hilarious as the cat flop

 No.90346

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Did a run today and some push ups and I drenched myself in sweat now I need to change my shirt...

 No.90672

I've noticed that my shoulders are really stiff when I reach backwards, so I think I'm going to make it a goal of mine to stretch them every day. It's not exactly hard physical activity, but I can pair it with arm stuff maybe.
This could help my neck, too, so maybe I should look up upper arm and neck stretches.

 No.90683

I need to stretch more too; my back is feeling it lately from loafing in the PC chair too often.

 No.90791

Ran a mile at 10 minute pace today and then 0.2 miles at a 5 minute pace!

Also did 50 push ups and I think I need a towel to contain this summer sweat...

 No.90792

Sometimes I go for walks!

 No.90793

Today I will walk to the store to get junk.

 No.91057

I've been doing daily miles the past week, and it's really killing me each time. Hopefully my body adjusts to it soon...

 No.91058

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I'm buying a bicycle tomorrow. Healthy NEET lifestyle here I come!

 No.91583

Swam around 325m today, feeling pooped

 No.91584

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I can't swim.

 No.91585

>>91058
What do those numbers mean?

 No.91586

>>91585
Have you read or watched Steins;gate?
It's heavily related to the story, so if you don't know it then I can't really tell you unless you know you'll never try it.

 No.91587

>>91586
All I remember is the characters put a banana in the microwave.

 No.91588

>>91587
Well... SPOILERS AHEAD
It's the world/timeline divergence thing. I think the normal world was 1.0 and anything above or below is a divergence? Been a while.
I don't know why there's three there, though.

 No.91589

>>91586
I don't believe you if you tell me that you and other fans exactly remember several six-digit numbers.

 No.91590

ate banana

 No.91591

>>91588
That's credible to the story but where's the connection to bike shorts and bicycling?

 No.91592

>>91591
She was biking towards 1.0 but she biked too fast and now she's past 1.0.

 No.91596

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>>91591
Eh? That was part of the story.

 No.91597

>>91596
>>91590
startin to think the anime is better than the VN

 No.92174

Had a bad day yesterday and forgot to work out... Now I don't want to do it today either but I know I really should...

 No.92184

>>91597
Hmm, I doubt it. You could combine them and try some VN re-release they did where they dispersed anime scenes. Seems strange, but it could work.
Anyway, from what I read the dark part of the Suzuha scene there was omitted from the anime. Never watched it, however.

 No.92284

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Summer finally arrived so I spent a couple of hours biking around town today.

 No.92285


 No.92710

Did yoga for about half an hour and then did some Just Dance dancing in VR. You'd be surprised how quickly following those dance moves can tire you out.

 No.92711

>>92710
Can you play DDR in VR?

 No.92782

I did a 40-minute leg workout today with a glute burnout round... wasn't able to really burn my glutes out, and I sweated so much I had to mop the floor afterwards.

Very satisfying to walk around with jello legs afterward

 No.92784

drunk a cup of co-hi- for my daily cardio

 No.92961

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Ran at max speed (12mph) on the treadmil for 1:45, and it got to full speed at ~40 seconds. I now feel like I'm about to die oh god.

 No.93244

Feeling like I've been lazy recently so I did 50 pushups, probably going to swim later too.

 No.93336

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Swimming really is the best exercise for this weather and it really works out everything too. Swam 750m today and my body really felt it later, but at least I got some sun and cooling.

 No.93340

I wish I got good at butterfly and flip turns before I gave up swimming lessons. All that time spent for nothing.

 No.93342

practiced my kegels for an hour straight ending in and explosive handsfree orgasm

 No.93343

>>93342
You can have those just by exercising it?

 No.93344

>>93342
I don't really follow this so I don't know maybe I am wrong, but I think I saw somebody on Youtube warning about doing that.

 No.93348

>>93342
butthole stretches.

 No.93358

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got the DDR mat out again, it's about the only exercise I can enjoy

 No.93359

>>93358
I found out that I actually like DDR when I played it the other day, 10 years after the last time I played it.

 No.93365

>>93358
DDR, nice. That stuff hurts my knees or I'd do it. Wii Fit is something that I found pretty enjoyable, but it's really basic and I wish it had more content. The Switch has fitness stuff on it, but I haven't looked into it. The Ring Fit thing seems interesting, but I think it'd have the same issue as Wii Fit where there's a finite amount of content and it would stop being interesting before too long.
I think if someone makes some open game like that where people can submit custom levels it would work really well, like a fitnes version of Osu!

 No.93366

>>93365
That's a great idea, the open source community fueled fitness game.

 No.93375

>>93358
I really like Beat Saber for the same reason. Fun way of tricking yourself into doing exercise.

 No.93556

Able to swim a lot more now and without feeling absolutely wrecked by the workout after. I think I'm finally starting to be in shape.

 No.94345

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Kept up the swimming and now I no longer ache all over after 1.2km, instead it feels like a nice swim!

 No.94346

>>94345
I don't know how to swim in lanes

 No.94348

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Got concussed for the third time playing rugby thats it no more for me.
It took me like three times to type this out

 No.94349

>>94348
You may as well keep playing at this point, the damage is done.

 No.94350

>>94348
Oh yeah I meant to ask this thread.
Whats a good sport that works up a sweat but is not risky for head injury? My mom suggested basketball and swimming

 No.94351

>>94348
Here's hoping you don't get or otherwise already have CTE.

 No.94352

>>94350
Biking

 No.94383

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 No.94384

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JOGGING SUCKS

 No.94436

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Feeling really happy with my progress and other things after hitting the treadmill today and running 3 miles. Last time I tried, 1 was my max before I died. Now I'm not even dead anymore.

 No.94438

>>94384
it's one of those things you can't overdo else you get bad muscular conditions like shin-splints. Stuff about running giving you ligament damage false though.

 No.94443

I've been running my entire life, track and field even in my HS days.
Even running on pavement doesn't seem to affect me much, although I would always recommend the track.

What did mess my knees and feet up for a while was doing labor jobs, standing on hard concrete for hours on end. It's brutal. Recovered within about 2 months of quitting that life.

 No.94447

I won't fall for your brainwash tricks.

 No.94740

>>89870
don't tell me what to do

 No.94745

>>94350
>basketball and swimming
Don't those both have a pretty high chance of bonk.
Something that doesn't involve other people messing with your balance like running. If you're doing it for appearance then weights are likely fine.

>>94352
no... there are a lot of ways you can get violently knocked off of a bike.

>>94349
idiot... too many concussions can lead to aneurysms and other bad things.

 No.94757

>>94745
>idiot... too many concussions can lead to aneurysms and other bad things.
Do you think that's what happened to that poster?

 No.94758

>>94757
yeah, he said it and you basically encouraged him to get brain damage

 No.94778

>>94758
It's already too late.

 No.95056

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Ran on the treadmil for 15 minutes, and now I really need to shower.

 No.95061

>>95056
Damn you anonymous and your misleading imagery leading me to believe you're a cute anime girl with big boobs and round glasses!

 No.95238

Decided that I sit too damn much so I decided to make my morning anime episode much more engaging: did half squat reps for as long a s I could throughout the watch.
My legs are like jelly.

 No.96278

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Does /qa/ know any good stretches?

 No.96335

found this, don't know if that's what you're looking for

 No.96362

stretch me bumhole out every night

 No.96842

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So I have devised a workout plan that any hikki/NEET can do in the comfort of their own home. All you're gonna need are a pair of adjustable dumbbells, some weights and perhaps a pull up bar. It's simple, effective and doesn't take up much space unlike full home gyms. It shouldn't cost you too much, a full year of gym membership is going to cost way more. I recommend starting out with 40-50kg (90-110lbs) in total. Buy mostly 5kg (11lbs) plates and some 2kg (4.4lbs) ones. That way you can adjust the weight depending on the exercise in a nice flexible way. You can buy more later as you get stronger, but this should be enough for a beginner for now.

Here's the full routine:

Day 1: Chest/Shoulders/Triceps
Chest:
1. Dumbbell bench press (4 sets of 6-10 reps): https://strengthlevel.com/strength-standards/dumbbell-bench-press
2. Diamond pushups (3 sets to failure, do this on your knees if it's too tough to do it the normal way): https://strengthlevel.com/strength-standards/diamond-push-ups
3. Decline pushups (3 sets to failure): https://strengthlevel.com/strength-standards/decline-push-up
4. Dumbbell lateral raise (4 sets of 8-12 reps): https://strengthlevel.com/strength-standards/dumbbell-lateral-raise
5. Dumbbell shoulder press (4 sets of 8-12 reps): https://strengthlevel.com/strength-standards/dumbbell-shoulder-press

Day 2: Biceps/Abs
1. Dumbbell curl (4 sets of 8-12 reps): https://strengthlevel.com/strength-standards/dumbbell-curl
2. Hammer curl (4 sets of 8-12 reps): https://strengthlevel.com/strength-standards/hammer-curl
3. Weighted crunches (4 sets to failure, hold a weight plate on your chest): https://strengthlevel.com/strength-standards/crunches

Day 3: Back/Legs
1. Pullups (4 sets to failure), you might need to slim down for this one, most people can't do a single one at the start: https://strengthlevel.com/strength-standards/pull-ups
2. Dumbbell row (4 sets of 8-12 reps): https://strengthlevel.com/strength-standards/dumbbell-row
3. Dumbbell Lunge (3 sets of 6-10 reps): https://strengthlevel.com/strength-standards/dumbbell-lunge
4. Weighted stair climb (you can replace this with whatever you feel like it if you don't have access to a set of stairs, it's just what I find the most fun)

Add a rest day in there whenever you feel like it or do a "bro-split" if you think it's too tough to hit multiple muscles in the same day.

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 No.96847

also skateboards probably work too

 No.97387

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>>96842
Got halfway through Day 1 and already feel like I'm dying. This is going to take a good amount of adjusting to...

 No.97409

just got myself a weighted cockring, time to start working on my chinchin curls




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