Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by babar, Apr 17, 2007.
awwwww yeaaaa baaaaby!
PR mother fuckers!
i fell off the machine and i couldnt move for 10 minutes. such a great feeling to push your body to beyond your limits
Good job man, and I agree it is a good feeling
They still make those machines?
not bad at all. got your 500 and 1k times by any chance?
fuck thats fast
i was captain of university of cincinnati crew for 2 years
i think my best time was around a 7:05
whats your weight at babar?
i got a 6:17 at 225
i am thinking about getting a concept 2 model d for my house.... seat looks like it might hold 1/4 of my ass
how much are you weighing right now gnp? i rowed on them when i was between 250-260 so you should probably be good. your ass will go to sleep after about 20 minutes and thats the worst fucking thing ever. i remember doing hour long steady state and that was the worst part of it.
btw those model d's are fucking sweet if for nothing else but their monitors you can do all kinds of shit. you can even hook it up to the interweb and race your friends online LOL!
what do you guys think about rowing machines in terms of cardio?
im looking for something that is a little less intensive on my knee, so running is out, and ever since the campus gym facility made that awesome aquatic complex, theres entirely too many smokin hotties out there for me to make my first strides of gym work post surgery shirtless infront of them
i used a concept 2 rower once (don't know what model) and i loved it, the absolute best way to pull of hiit in the morning, when it is shitty outside etc.
I am at about 320
holy fuck dude. well try to find a model c or whatever at a local gym and see how it feels, all the dimensions are the same from model to model
ergs are definitely the best cardio machine there is hands down. full body lacticity, very easy to do intervals and all kinds of shit. concept2.com has daily workouts and shit too
idk i have been heavier...when i was playing ball i was at 335. I gained about 50 pounds over the 8 months i was barely lifting, now i have stabilzed a bit.
need pics, thats jacked to the max dude
one of the best. if you know how to train with it, it will kick your fucking ass. it does stress somewhat on the knee though, at least from personal experience, since the majority of the movement and power comes from the legs.
are you on crew? that's a pretty unbelievable time if you're not on crew. world record is 5:37 and 6:02 for lightweight.
They changed the E. It's higher off the ground and supposedly stronger. Also its really expensive.
no i just rowed for 3 years in college. that 6:17 was at the end of my third year
at professional rowing. what team/university were you on?