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Postby Hand of God » Fri Oct 14, 2005 1:57 pm

whgat type of sport or activity do you do frequently?, I do a mix of Karate and kickboxing
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Postby Zuggy » Fri Oct 14, 2005 2:08 pm

I fell into a state of inertia after I discovered how useless recreational physical activity was. Its like punishing yourself for not being active enough from day-to-day.

However I would venture and say that acid and sex where the most physical things that I enjoy(ed in the case of sex lol). I'm now too skinny from both/other stuff to do shit.

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Postby Shnooks » Fri Oct 14, 2005 2:21 pm

sports? Whats that?

I do ballet only because I thought it would make me less clumsy. It never helped - now all I am is some clumsy person trying to dance like an idiot.

I tried Aikido for 6 monthes till they expected me to be there at this set time 7 days a week. I just stopped going.

Tried soccer for a day. Didn't work out.

I horse-back rode for a few years. I never really understood why i did it. It wasn't like I wanted to continue a future in riding, and I never really got anywhere.

So, my only "sport" I do really, and by sport I mean activity, is either lifting 50 lb bags of dogfood up and down stairs all day and doing ballet.

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Postby Mr. Tines » Fri Oct 14, 2005 2:23 pm

I don't do sport. As the youngest guy in class, during school days I was always picked last, and was useless anyway. In later life, I have seen enough of my colleagues going off to Casualty following lunchtime cricket or five-a-side to know that sport is bad for your health.

I do do entirely lazy cycling (10 miles each way to work on fair weather days March to October and getting off when it goes uphill; six miles each way into town Saturdays, the latter with a beer stop on the way back); then in the gym at the Y maybe twice a week for about 40min when not cycling.
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Postby Space Penis » Fri Oct 14, 2005 3:14 pm

I go to the gym semi-frequently, and I used to go to amatuer wrestling thingymebob until it sorta got cancelled cos the guy running it had a kid.

Fishing as well, but most people who don't go fishing don't class it as a sport.
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Postby Digitalex » Fri Oct 14, 2005 3:38 pm

I play flag-football with friends in the Fall. I go skiing in the Winter. In the summer, I play softball, basketball, and go mountain biking. I also like to hit the gym and pump some iron.

I did the martial arts thing for a really short while back in college. I wish I stuck to it. It's a great exercise.
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Postby Hand of God » Fri Oct 14, 2005 3:45 pm

Digitalex wrote:I play flag-football with friends in the Fall. I go skiing in the Winter. In the summer, I play softball, basketball, and go mountain biking. I also like to hit the gym and pump some iron.

I did the martial arts thing for a really short while back in college. I wish I stuck to it. It's a great exercise.


it is a great exercise and its pretty fun cuz at my class my sensays are young and they put music
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Postby Shnooks » Fri Oct 14, 2005 3:50 pm

Hand of God wrote:
Digitalex wrote:I play flag-football with friends in the Fall. I go skiing in the Winter. In the summer, I play softball, basketball, and go mountain biking. I also like to hit the gym and pump some iron.

I did the martial arts thing for a really short while back in college. I wish I stuck to it. It's a great exercise.


it is a great exercise and its pretty fun cuz at my class my sensays are young and they put music


We didn't get any music! We had some guy who EVERYONE thought was gay and after I left they fired him.

Then, our Sensei banged up his wife and had triplets and now they make all the hardcore aikido freaks do all the work for him.

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Postby Hand of God » Fri Oct 14, 2005 5:40 pm

Shnooks wrote:
Hand of God wrote:
Digitalex wrote:I play flag-football with friends in the Fall. I go skiing in the Winter. In the summer, I play softball, basketball, and go mountain biking. I also like to hit the gym and pump some iron.

I did the martial arts thing for a really short while back in college. I wish I stuck to it. It's a great exercise.


it is a great exercise and its pretty fun cuz at my class my sensays are young and they put music


We didn't get any music! We had some guy who EVERYONE thought was gay and after I left they fired him.

Then, our Sensei banged up his wife and had triplets and now they make all the hardcore aikido freaks do all the work for him.



:shock: wow! that sucks :wink:
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Postby MongolSquad » Fri Oct 14, 2005 6:48 pm

Cross Country baby!

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Postby akda1ndaonly1 » Fri Oct 14, 2005 10:33 pm

MongolSquad wrote:Cross Country baby!


Woah... Woah... Are you serious?

I'm on my schools XC/Track Team. But I still am average. I think I'm going to stay average no matter what I do. But whatever...

Yeah, but besides running, I used to do a bit of soccer. Never worked out.
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Postby S.O.M » Fri Oct 14, 2005 10:51 pm

Swimming
Soccer

some weight lifting but I haven't the time or the place to do so...
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Postby drinian » Fri Oct 14, 2005 11:05 pm

akda1ndaonly1 wrote:
MongolSquad wrote:Cross Country baby!


Woah... Woah... Are you serious?

I'm on my schools XC/Track Team. But I still am average. I think I'm going to stay average no matter what I do. But whatever...


I did XC and track when I was in high school (four years ago) after deciding that I didn't have the coordination or mind for more complicated sports.

I trained and got better every year, but still didn't make it off the JV. Running, though, is a lifelong activity. I always feel better when I'm on a regular training schedule -- more energy, better focus, and so on. So stick with it, even if you're not going to win any races.

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Postby Hunter21 » Sat Oct 15, 2005 6:55 am

I play soccer on a rec league in the summer and cross country ski in the winter (this explains why my knees are always fucked up). I was in Aikido for four years during college but quit when I graduated because I didn't have the time anymore (damn career) and the nearest classes were 30 miles away. Technically fishin is a sport but a lazy one. The hunting I do is much more labor intensive. Think of it as a five to fifteen mile hike with a 8 lbs stick thats loud or for the ducks all you have to do is wade through a slough once and you will know what I mean. Personally I think this is enough exercise and I should be allowed to relagate some serious sitting time to college and pro football but a pushy broad makes me run ten miles three times a week on a treadmill which I really wish was nothing more than a glorified clothes rack like everyone else's treadmill.
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Postby AchtungAffen » Thu Oct 20, 2005 12:45 pm

Archery, if that can be considered sport.

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Postby Digitalex » Thu Oct 20, 2005 1:53 pm

AchtungAffen wrote:Archery, if that can be considered sport.


Nice. I've been meaning to pick that hobby up. I've always been a fan of it. Do you also use Xbows as well or just stick with the traditional bow and arrow?
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Postby Ripple_in_Eternity » Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:50 am

hurray for digging up old threads!!!

I'm not built for sports; I'm 6 foot 2 and 140 pounds. If you do the math, I'm scrawney, tall, and look like I should be glued to my computer chair.

Some say I should play basketball, but thats not for me. But, I refuse to play the hand I was dealt; I play a sport that no one as light as me should: Football, Canadian football. It's similar to American football, but one more down, and one more player per team. Since I'm not particularly strong, I have to have good technique and desire to do the job right.

But the feeling of being on any team is a very good one, I recomend everyone join some sort of sporting team, especially those in school.
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Postby Faußtin » Mon Aug 14, 2006 9:05 am

:lol:
With my 162 cm-s and 43-45 kilos I don't think I could do anything. Not that I want to. All I do is to roll my eyes under their lid. :wink: :P
I would go for aikido, but you know how it is... you say "Okay, tomorrow I'll go" every day, then you find yourself in 2006 instead of 2005. :wink: :P
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Postby Ripple_in_Eternity » Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:32 pm

Yeah, I used to be in Ishin-Ryu karate, but once I got my green belt(not that big of an accomplishment) I just felt that it wasnt for me.
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Postby Bardiel » Tue Aug 22, 2006 6:57 am

I ride my bike a lot, my personal distance record stands at 175km
and I practice traditional Japaneese martial arts.
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