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J012345
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11/19/12 11:02 A

I agree, you gotta start slow and steady, once you've reached that confort zone, you gotta push yourself to keep those results coming!!!

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PSCHIAVONE2
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11/19/12 10:57 A

Can you both be right? When I went back to exercise, after years away from it, I started trying to do the same type of workouts and intensity that I did years before. The result was complete incapacitation from my workouts. Rips, tears and time off from work. I realized that I could not do the same thing that I once did and changed my routines to take me out of the comfort zone without doing bodily injury. After a few years of regular exercise I am now able to approach the type of things I used to do.



ZORBS13
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11/19/12 10:49 A

I disagree with that statement. When you have built up a decent fitness base, sometimes you have to mix things up and push yourself out of your comfort zone.



TRAILYN
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11/19/12 10:28 A

It's never good to push too hard. slow and steady is the best way



 
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