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  1. TheDutchman92

    TheDutchman92 Oakley Enthusiast

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    What consists of your daily/weekly exercise regimens? I want this to become an idea and knowledge sharing thread to help people train smarter get more out of their routines. I'll kickstart it I alternate between 2 days of different exercises;

    DAY 1: Cardio; interval training jog 500m, sprint 500m repeat 3 times, approx time it takes is 25 mins including warm up/cool down

    DAY 2: Weights; 3 x 5 narrow grip military press, 3 x 5 upright rows, 3 x 5 wide grip military press, 3 x 5 upright rows, 3 x 5 seated wrist curl, takes about 30 mins

    Not the most intense regime but at the moment it suits
     
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  2. Mrs H

    Mrs H First Lady of Oakley Forum (IG pinkspottycow)

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    I miss exercising!! since I had my son the time I get to do anything close to exercise is limited to pretty much nil!!!
    We used to go to the gym, go swimming and go out on our road bikes.

    Hopefully gunna start going to the gym/swimming again at the weekend tho as my dad is gunna have Michael (hurray!!)
     
  3. Peeza21

    Peeza21 African in the United Kingdom

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    At least 20hrs a week on my road bike a week..
     
  4. TheDutchman92

    TheDutchman92 Oakley Enthusiast

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    Impressive, that is commitment
     
  5. jiveSEVEN

    jiveSEVEN I Should Work at Oakley...

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    Hmm I used to do a little crossfit until I got to this sh*tty state of missouri. Now I just lift weights 4 days a week, and take my half lab/jack russell dog out on runs daily if the weather permits. I like to run 5Ks for fun just to stay fit, and on a bad day I usually just knock out a 2 miler at a brisk pace, or do a slower 30 minute run. I also do dead-hang pullups daily just to keep my back healthy since your back is basically your "frame".
     
  6. obiwan

    obiwan Oakley Beginner

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    P90X2 in my garage in the early morning, depending on the weather I ride 4 - 5 days a week.
     
  7. Feelin' Froggy

    Feelin' Froggy Oakley Beginner

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    Monday - Chest => Dumbell Incline Bench, Fly Press (2 Diff Machines), Flat Bench, Decline Bench, Pushups to Failure

    Tuesday - Biceps=> Alternating Curls, Cable Reverse Curls, Cable Curls, Hammer Curls, 1 Arm Curls to Failure
    Abs=> Varying exercises totalling about 300 Reps

    Wednesday Legs=> Smith Machine Squats, Seated Calf Raises, Standing Calf Raises, Lunges

    Thursday Abs=> Same as Tuesday

    Friday = 12 to 20 oz Curls (I drink beer) :cool:

    Saturday Shoulders=> Arnold Press, Lateral Dumbell Raises, Front Dumbell Raises, Reverse Fly Machine
    Triceps=> Rope Press to Failure

    Sunday=> I eat lots of Pasta (I'm Italian) and drink more of said-beer..

    Most exercises done at 4 sets of 8, with the most weight on third set, and the last set usually the same amount as the first.
     
  8. yoshi1984

    yoshi1984 I love working Dispatch

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    Walk 30 mins to coffee shop, order large latte/mocha/whatever espresso drink i feel like, sit for a while, then walk back 30 mins.

    I mainly walk alot. I used to do a shitload of cardio to where i was considered 'anorexic'. but since then i put on close to 20lbs, mostly body fat no muscle.
     
  9. KyleTheSid

    KyleTheSid Oakley Enthusiast

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    I am 14 and a sponsored athlete (wish Oakley was one, haha) so i have to stay on top of training to keep on their good side and up my racing performance..I ran a marathon last year when i was 13 and trained for 5 or 6 months..now i do halves but am trying to do another full..this is how it usually goes..

    Monday - 2 miles

    Tuesday - 4 miles

    Wednesday - Hit the gym or try these at home, Squats, lunges, leg press, leg curl, calf raise

    Thursday - By now I'm sore from the workouts and my bad knees have slowed me down..take it easy with 3 miles

    Friday - This is my day where i don't give a fcuk and hangout with my friends and rest for the weekend of hell..

    Saturday - This is the "long run" day..i never do less than 8 miles on this day and never more than 22 if I'm training for the full marathon...when i was training i started at 6 miles on the weekend and built it up every other weekend by two miles

    Sunday - This is usually the relax day unless i have a race then this is my big day and i would have taken Saturday off

    I do try to do some upper body workouts for my abs. arms, and chest when i can and I'm really into benching these days, but this is usually my routine every week. I do P90X workouts once a week on my upper body. If anyone wants to criticize me about my age just do it, i don't care, i get it everyday in emails..i have been trained by ultra-marathoners and professionals and I've done everything right. On the other hand, If anyone wants to start training for any distance let me know and it might take me about a day or two to get back to you but ill give you a training sheet!
     
  10. yoshi1984

    yoshi1984 I love working Dispatch

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    that's nother issue i have similar to you Kyle, My knees are bad. I'll walk down or up a flight of stairs and have some bad knee pain. Or walking down the long hill at school can cause my knees to be sore, cold weather doesnt help either.