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    After seeing some suggestions on here I have remembered how horrible you all are, either that or how much I dread doing conditioning!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by simo74 View Post
    After seeing some suggestions on here I have remembered how horrible you all are, either that or how much I dread doing conditioning!!
    Conditioning is one of those things that at first is dreadful. But once you get into it, it becomes addictive due to the endorphins. Hill Sprints boost your sex drive a lot I found lol.

    If the above fails to motivate you, think about this. Brad Thorn dual international, now Coach of the QLD Reds used to do shuttle run conditioning by himself in addition to the Team training at the Broncos. When asked why he said "because I hate em!". There's a lesson there for all of us.



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    Quote Originally Posted by simo74 View Post
    So this old git need to get his body moving again. Want to add some conditioning sessions in early morning to fire up the metabolism and get moving. Looking for some ideas boys, quick conditioning sessions or challenges. What have you got for me !?
    Be careful adding it to your regime your workouts are meant to build strength the byproducts of this should be increased flexibility, bone density, metabolism and for an older trainee (which you think you are) tendons actually become stronger and thicker for which explains (old man strength).
    Your recovery at your age is paramount my suggestion for you is to incorporate the aerobic component into you workout or alternatively get in the treadmill or stepper directly after a workout, hill-sprints would be better


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stiffy;757968

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    Anyone else notice Brad Thorn looks like Timeah?


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    "old man strength" lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stiffy View Post
    Anyone else notice Brad Thorn looks like Timeah?
    Bit of a stretch. I am better looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    Be careful adding it to your regime your workouts are meant to build strength the byproducts of this should be increased flexibility, bone density, metabolism and for an older trainee (which you think you are) tendons actually become stronger and thicker for which explains (old man strength).
    Your recovery at your age is paramount my suggestion for you is to incorporate the aerobic component into you workout or alternatively get in the treadmill or stepper directly after a workout, hill-sprints would be better
    Thanks Goosey. This sounds like a reasonable approach


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    Bas Rutten All Round Workout. Would have to probably bootleg it somewhere but can be the worst or best 30mins you'll do.


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    Thanks man I'll look it up


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