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    Quote Originally Posted by Stiffy View Post
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    Some serious necro bumping there. His kids are 10 years old now. I hope he has managed to get back in the gym before now !!





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    Quote Originally Posted by suga4oot View Post
    Not sure if this is in the right place, but I just want to find out if there are any new fathers out there who have had to stop training because they just had babies or for those who have been, how long it took before going back and hitting the weights and how you balance the whole equation out?
    Ever since my twins were born (2 months ago-and wife finding it hard to look after them by herself) i haven't had time to go in fro some serious training, let alone pick up a weight.
    After nights of sleeping late and waking up almost 2-3 times in btwn leaves me exhausted, hence finding it hard to get the motivation to hit the gym & the lingering advice of having alota rest in order to grow make is it even worse, coz obviously I wont be getting enough rest.
    I just dont feel right when I don't hit the gym.
    I hate kids.

    Quote Originally Posted by watt View Post
    not a new father my kid is a few years old now , but i do know that when g/f had our child had to sacrifice a few things to make time in helping to raise the child , give the g/f a bit of a help when needed

    i suppose it's just one of those things that needs to be done when your raising kids , need to make a few sacrifices to the lifestyle

    from memory after ther 6month barrier thing starting get back to normal somewhat
    I feel sorry for you.


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    "Help the g/f raise the child...."

    Its your kid too....its not helping its "parenting" ffs....

    Yep old thread.
    Never read it before...

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    Why are you having babies with you girlfriend?



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    Quote Originally Posted by The Hulk View Post
    Exactly.

    The most busy and sucessful people will always have time to fit even more into their day and achieve more.

    Those who say, I don't have time for this or can't do that, are often the least sucessful.
    True and false what you've said. True that success is good etc like you have said but the negative side of successful people is often that they don't know how to slow down, they can't take a breather, they can't relax, they can't chill, everything in life for these people is balls to the wall 110% of the time and they can't stop, its like a drug to them. This can really put them and other people in danger.

    Now take a look at what you may call "slackers", these people are more chilled, relax, take their time, don't give a flying fuck about almost anything, love life, take it easy, do what they want and everyday is an easy relaxing day.

    So really who's the smart one here? The overly ambitious person who's at risk from having a heart attack due to working long hours and possibly 2 or 3 seperate jobs and also managing a family? Or is it the lazy kunt that gets things done when he can be fucked, and his stress levels are low, he leads an easy chilled out life and relaxes taking things one by one as they come.

    Remember we all end up 6 foot under eventually so if your not having fun living your life then your not doing it right, simple as that.


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