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    I do Crunches. I like the cheese flavored ones, but 250 of 'em would be too filling for me.

    As for gettin' older...yer makin' me weep, Dude! I can't remember 49, and I know I'm far from the Elder Statesman on these pages! I'll be waving back from milemarker 60 come March. Gimme a call when you get there...tell me how you're feeling then!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektarr View Post
    I do Crunches. I like the cheese flavored ones, but 250 of 'em would be too filling for me.

    As for gettin' older...yer makin' me weep, Dude! I can't remember 49, and I know I'm far from the Elder Statesman on these pages! I'll be waving back from milemarker 60 come March. Gimme a call when you get there...tell me how you're feeling then!
    Hopefully i will feel good and be doing well.I don`t consider 60 to be old either.My father is 80 and still very physically active every day and the good lord willing,so will i.

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    I am sure you all are aware, but exercise is one of the best things you can do for diabetes. I am proud to hear you are doing it. I see so many patients that don't want to change there life styles and simply want to take a "pill". While that will certainly help, it is defiantly not the best answer. Good Job.
    My weight has been constant for years,,, + or- 155#s. The docs keep saying to keep on doing whatever you have been doing.

    I guess I will have to keep working in the framing industry half of the year and float tube fly fishing during the summer. Snow removal and skiing 125 days a season for about 2-3 hours a day during the winter. I gave up beer about 6-7 years ago due to SWMBO's demand and smokes about the same time on my own (I was off smokes for about 5 years during my 40s as well). I just turned 57 and arthritis is starting to catch up with me a bit,,, oh well.

    YMMV

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    Talking Training

    Well, The Training I Do Is An Run And Dodge And Jump.
    For Example, Make Your Own Training Course. First 100 Feet, Going To A Forest. Then Crawl Thu Some Barrels. Jump Or Go Thu A An Old
    House. Shoot At One Of The Target In That Room. Then Run Next 350
    Yard... Then Stop. Shoot A Target At 10 Yards. By Doing This, This Help Control Your Thinking. Once Your Body Feel Tried, And Try Set
    Your Shooting In A Very Tight Groups. This What We Do In The Military And Law Enforcement.
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    good weapns training. btdt. need to do more of it...

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    With all this gout, diabetes and arthritis being discussed, I feel like a complete youngster. I'm actually only 25...but as a matter of fact, it may be good that many people wait a while before getting CWP licenses. A disturbing number of people in their 20s are irresponsible and prone to doing stupid things. Everyone who's been there knows what I'm talking about.

    I have a gym membership, but as is often the case, I don't go as often as I'd like. I *am* trying to go more, though. I have for a long time done some martial arts and weight training on my own, whether I'm going to the gym regularly or not.

    I really believe that an important component is eating - good nutrition will significantly magnify the results of workouts, and prevent you from having to overwork. You are literally what you eat. While I'm a card-carrying, heat-packing conservative, my diet is like that of a liberal rainbow kisser. :D Organic tofu, mushrooms, bean sprouts, the whole nine yards. If you're going to do something, borrow what works and do it well, right?

    Anyway, IMO...if you carry a gun but die of a heart attack or stroke, then that's just a different (and more likely) kind of bullet. So, I eat well with the same justification as for carrying.
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    Last year this time I was at about 200 lbs and I got down to about 165 by mostly changing to a healthy diet with some exercise but the exercise wasn't consistant. Since I moved to Tampa I haven't been as strict but I'll be getting back into the routine again which is riding my bike everyday and working out at least 3 times a week. Right now I've just got a weight bench and some dumbbells with a little routing a friend of mine put together.


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  9. AT 50 + retired with back injurys I am the dumb bell. Who better to have ccw than us that can not duke it out anymore.

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    yeah...

    just shooting the bad guy saves a lot of wear and tear on the bod, that's for sure!! i have had less than zero success in my pt plans, but hey, new year is coming. if i can just get started, i will be successful.

  11. Recombet bike is my work out.

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