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nawsys

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I'm a moderate built guy....been doing exercises on and off since after NS. June 2012 I will be 41. Nothing more important than your health compare to wealth. Lucky people can have both. But through this forum maybe I can learnt or find tips regarding health issues and maybe I can contribute some. Nice to know all of you....!!!
 

luXy

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hey man welcome :) Yeah there are quite a bit of info on this site, the motivation section is especially helpful to me
 

MalcolmX

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hey bro welcome to GymKaki... feel free to start a thread if u have any questions or want to find out more about anything in particular regarding fitness and health issues. The community will discuss and try answer to your question
 

nawsys

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Thanks everyone...!!! About a month ago I'm seriously thinking about doing body building. Just to maintain my over 'FOURTY' figure I supposed. I'm a security officer working 12 hours a day and 6 days a week, pretty much tired when I'm home or on my rest day. But after I read about apple cider vinegar's health benefits on the internet, I began making my own concoction using creatine, glutamine, honey and lemon syrup on a basis of half a litre of water. I took it twice a day at work. And I can assured you that it gave me back my zest of life. Now I'm less tired and I still have the energy to do what I love to do. And that is exercise, when I'm home after a very long hours of work. Remember Health Is Wealth...!!! Cheers...!!!
 
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I'm really glad to see people like you, motivated to exercise despite a tiring schedule. Really, you are not alone. Many people are also tired, stressed from work and lack the zest to exercise. You just gotta find the time to do it. The benefits that follow is just worth it. For me, i usually run in the morning at about 6 or 7am before heading off to work. It would be painful at first, but soon you will see results (you'll feel and look fitter) and these results will motivate u to exercise more and more. Same applies to lifting weights. Usually i lift weights at the gym 3 times a week after work. If i'm feeling too tired, i'll take a quick high sugar drink or pre workout shake to kick start the workout.
 

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About a month ago I'm seriously thinking about doing body building. Just to maintain my over 'FOURTY' figure I supposed.
Bodybuilding is a sport which require plenty of time, discipline and dedication. You can maintain a good figure by exercising regularly and eating right.. don't really need to go into full time bodybuilding :)
 

luXy

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kr3w he probably refers to lifting weights, fat loss, etc when he used the term bodybuilding... not necessary full time professional bodybuilding.
 

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if u lack the time or energy, just stick with the big 3 exercises in the gym (squats, deadlift, bench). or just do some running. all these have significant results with respect to time/energy invested.

good luck (y)
 

nawsys

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Very correct luXy...;) And kr3w as well...!!! :) As I am more matured now and has learned a lot from my previous mistakes about taking food, supplementation, and exercises. I do focus now on my regimental exercise and food intake wisely and to avoid food which I am allergic to.... when you've turned 40, you are not as strong and fast when you're in your 20's.... but your spirit and mind are pretty much stronger than before dew to the experiences that you had gained through failures and trials..... and the rest follows.....!!!
 
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nawsys

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Sigh....!!! Maybe to most 6 days per week job is tough... and I do think so too.... 12 hours a day furthermore ...:( but thousands of people out there are in the same shoe as me.... We are not so highly educated ones.... Not the studious type which can focus on studies.... Too much playing around during school time.... This is the consequences that we have to bear with it for the rest of our life.... (n) Huu Huu... I hope that my experience will be a lesson for all student to take their studies seriously...!!! And as for roflolmao, the 3 big exercises that you'd mentioned are right....;)