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  1. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    So my wife and I started running recently after realizing we've both gained about 15lbs in the past 12mo. We also hike pretty regularly when the weather is nice. So here's the thing, we've only recently (today) gotten to the point of running 2 miles, and when we finished I thought to myself "if...
  2. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    Hi everyone, I'm sure many people on this site have asthma just like I do, and some have a very bad case of it, I'd like to share my story of how I beat asthma to help anyone else who wants to try, because remember, it's possible! I used to have asthma so severe, that I was having two asthma...
  3. General Discussion
    So I jog about 14-20 miles a week, lately in a pair of toe shoes that I recieved in July, I had also worn the toe shoes for hunting and camping activities. This morning I found them destroyed, a hole had appeared. I loved the lightweight feel of the shoes, about 9 oz together or approx the...
  4. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    For those looking to add some life to running/walking... check out the IOS/Android app Zombies, Run.... its great. A little expensive at $7.99 but if you figure the cost of other work out equipment or gym memberships its not bad. Allot of fun and makes you want to get out.
  5. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    As of a month ago, I was 240 lbs, almost zero cardio, and a heavy user of chewing tobacco. Now even in bad condition, I regularly hike and hunt, no mountian has beaten me yet that I have set out to climb. However I couldnt keep up with most 50-60 year olds hiking the same trails, everyone on...
  6. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    Hey everyone! For those that don't know, I'll be starting my junior year in high school, and will, for the second year in a row, be wrestling varsity. This winter I will either be wrestling at the 132, 138, or 145 weight class, still haven't decided yet! Hopefully, I can stay in shape just in...
  7. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    I recently found this workout, and it looks pretty good for those that don't consider themselves in "running-shape". Get yourself motivated and keep at it! :thumb: - Phil ‎"Running is running. It hurts, but that's all it does. The most difficult part of the training is training your mind. You...
  8. Fitness Blogs
    Ok, I'm jumping into this a little late but heres where I was on May 3rd 2008: Weight 235 Had to stop running back in March as the weight was killing my legs, mostly shins. Upper body strength was there as I packed ladders around all day. Today July 16, 2008: Weight 185 (my goal was 195 but I...
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