Tee Shirt

#1
Saw a cool Tee shirt the other day: Its said: Train Hard & Fight easy.

Anyone got any other good logos.
 
#3
The only fitness after army life was to get a dog and walk her every day except when working all hours god sends. Then of course there is the other type of fitness and that is lots of pint lifting and lots of sh@ging.

Either of these has kept me fit enough after the sedate army life i lead.
 
#4
fittness after the army?

no such fcukin thing for me, when i got out i was at 11 1/2 stone 28 inch waist, no arse and could run all day,
after 8 years, most of that in the pub trade i'm 14 stone 34 inch waist and only run the last 100 yards to a boozer to get in for last orders. ffs, i get wheezy wobbling to the fridge for another beer.
seeing i was missing the life in green i'm joining the brit TA at the moment, and fitness is the only thing i am worried about, time to get out on some LONG walks i think. :roll:
 
#5
REMF1 said:
You don't fancy yourself much do you?
Well I'm impressed and it takes a lot to impress me. WOW - a red car just went past!
 
#6
fitness after the army?

i struggle doing it while i am still in :lol: :lol:
 
#7
I've found that running to the pub helps with my motivation (this works best if the pub is a couple of miles away). As you arrive as a sweaty, puffing monster, you've absolutely no chance of scoring though, so it's probably best doing this midweek.
 
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#10
Since leaving the Army I have put on about 2 stone.

BTW Steve, whilst you are down the gym, there's a couple of 'Snickers Ninjas' doing your wife.
 
#12
StevenPreece said:
Guys: I have a fairly busy Gym routine. I guess its always been a way of life for some of us.
This could make a good conversation:

My routine now is:

Monday: I Train in Ninjutsu (2 Hours)
Tuesday: I train in the gym (1 Hour) Start with Cardiovascular and then the weights, 3 sets of 15 to 20 reps on all body parts.
Wednesday: I play Table tennis in the town leagues (2 hours)
Thursday: I Train in the Gym (1 Hour) Start with Cardiovascular and then the weights, 3 sets of 15 to 20 reps on all body parts.
Friday: Two bottles of Wine & a Curry - All night.
Saturday: I train in the gym (1.5 Hours) Start with Cardiovascular and then the weights, 5 sets of 15 to 20 reps on all body parts.
Sunday: I Train in Ninjutsu (2 Hours)

My wife once said to me, "You spend too much time training and I said, "Do you want me to be a fat barsteward or a fit Barsteward and the answer was the latter. She sometimes does aerobics at the same place so she's happy.

I train in Ninjutsu because It helps relieve stress, gives me a sense of calmness and ensures I can continue to look after myself.

I've played Table Tennis since I was a kid and once played against the Welsh International Team. When I joined the corps, they didn't have a team and used to put me in against the navy's number one. It was a woman and to be honest she was no match for me. The funny thing was, when I started boxing, the footwork was very similar and may have been a contributing factor to my being fairly good at it.

I train in the gym because I always have, both during and since I left the corps. And also because I like to keep myself in good shape. We know the old cliché, when you're fit you feel better, you think better and you look better.

Note: I use light weights and lots of reps. I don't lift heavy weights, except when I go for a p*ss!!

As for the dits:

In martial arts I've trained with some plants over the years who have no streetwise experience. They think they'll be invincible on the street but can't get their heads around my reality world when I tell them it just means that they've got a better chance.

In the Gym: I see people posing instead of training and am deeply shocked with the way some of them train. Not only are some of their methods silly, but if they're not careful they'll cause themselves a serious back injury. May be its the instructors' fault because they don't supervise them properly.

What's amusing is now that I've wrote it down, I've only just realized how much I actually do. I go to the gym straight from work though so its just part of my daily routine.


Regards

Steve
Wow mate, fancy going for a pint sometime? You sound like a blast!! cnut.
 
#14
a bird tried to get me to join the local fitness first gym.......i told her i wasnt that shallow......stumped her good and fcukin proper.......
 
#15
A few years back my mate roped me into going to the gym with her. I suggested the one round the corner from her house...'oh no she says it's full of posers, couldn't possibly go there'. We ended up trekking to the next town (ok, trekking may be a bit of an exaggeration for a 5 mile drive, but she did have a volvo at the time!) to go to the gym her bodybuilder brother-out-law went to. Guess what? It was full of posers, they just had bigger muscles!! No problems getting on machines but you had to fight like fcuk to get anywhere near a mirror!! :roll: I swear to this day most of them were gay...
 
#16
StevenPreece said:
I've played Table Tennis since I was a kid and once played against the Welsh International Team.
What? All of them at once?? Heil Ninja! :roll:
 
#17
StevenPreece said:
In martial arts I've trained with some plants over the years who have no streetwise experience. They think they'll be invincible on the street but can't get their heads around my reality world when I tell them it just means that they've got a better chance.

Always gets me a little wary when people start talking about what's gonna happen 'on the streets'

Where do these people live if it's that fooking dangerous ?

I'd move away before I felt I had to get the throwing stars out.

edited to add: even in Brixton I've never felt like I need to get 'street' so just where the fook does this tube live ?
 

Legs

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#19
I went to the gym once.







I didn't mean too, I was three sheets to the wind and I thought it was a Kebab shop...
 
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