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#458214 - 01/08/14 12:31 AM Going In Circles .
Sterling Offline


Registered: 10/25/08
Posts: 268
Loc: Winnipeg, Manitoba,Canada
I have been working out lately.. and what i do i think
is stupid.
So i am just wondering ,any fitness gurus out there
, if you have any advice i would need some.

Months ago, - like i get very creative.
And ,, i did this thing where i would lift set weights barbells
over my head and do like a circular motion like kayaking.

This messed me up!
So then what i also do ,,and still have until a few days ago
b/c i go to a deep-tissue massage to heal me.
But, i am really broke and pretty much hit rock bottom, on
my spending.

What i would do is grab dumbells and say 20 lbs. and hold
the weight up or half-way ...for like 2 minutes , lower
the weight a bit and lift again and continue to hold.

I thought this... - it feels good.. like
i think it is a psychological thing where .i get my feelings
out.
But...i am burning my arms...

I noticed,,or started to do sculling in the water.
..
even in the water i would do alot of laps.
Not a problem.
But, b/c of my several injuries...i started doing the
sculling.
I mean i go absolutley nuts w/ exercise.
Butterfly feels f'n great!
But when i do so much i feel fantastic even after the hot tub.
But it's later.
Like i cant do much more..
and ..i am stupid!
So... what about upside down push-ups?

I want to do this.
If... i want to develop a workout where i can do some
but not over do.
Is there a perfect workout?
I notice i love swimming / people have suggested or one or
two, PILATES.
B/c i love posture and want to really strengthen my lower
back.
I have always wanted to do some gymnastics and they
have adult drop-in gymnastics here... but this is a big
risk since it is a dangerous sport.

I have this thing where i want to combine gymnastics
- just throwing my body around w/ boxing.

As i am healing my arms, and other areas ..i am trying to
understand my inner intentions.. of , well my feelings
.. ; anger..
but overdoing is costly,,, time and money.

So i am trying to do a workout..and do it in a way that
i would love and not hurt myself.

I joined a kettlebell workshop..that starts next week.
It might be up my alley.
I do love punching the bag.

I guess what i am asking is there a way i can get my anger
out..and not injure my body?

Would , should i pass on gymnastics?

Has anyone had issues w/ this?

Any suggestions..
I seen a trainer but ..even thou this guy is very nice
..i really was disappointed w/ what he made / workout for
me.
It was soooo boring.
And now i am stressed...
.i am quite sure ..if i need the rage thing...i think the
bag is the way to go.
I just dont want to mess my body up any more!! frown

I know i dont explain myself well at all.
I am sorry about that.
I am just trying to get alot of shit together.
And i am little burnt out reading.. info.

Alright.. well thanks for reading my post, anyway.

hugs to all!
Goran

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#458215 - 01/08/14 12:45 AM Re: Going In Circles . [Re: Sterling]
victor-victim Offline


Registered: 09/27/03
Posts: 3007
Loc: O Kanada
try another trainer.
i found a good one.
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#458355 - 01/09/14 04:25 PM Re: Going In Circles . [Re: victor-victim]
Sterling Offline


Registered: 10/25/08
Posts: 268
Loc: Winnipeg, Manitoba,Canada
yea.. thanks for that. smile

I realized my over -doing it.. has been a child issue.
I need to focus on the adult..and
not get manic with my thoughts.

I think i am going to let go of this gymnastics.

It is hard for me.
A lesson to be learned, i suppose.

love
G

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#458361 - 01/09/14 05:18 PM Re: Going In Circles . [Re: Sterling]
peroperic2009 Offline
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Registered: 10/09/11
Posts: 3599
Loc: South-East Europe
Hey Goran, good to see you my friend!
I started two months ago regular jogging and with time I get for longer runs and currently I'm at distance of 10 km.
Doing three training per week, but just one with longest run and two more like preparation.
I've found running as very relaxing and helpful. It can be difficult at start, battling with tempo, distance, cold, rain and similar obstacles. But once when I go trough all of that suddenly it becomes quiet and peaceful, I can hear only beat of my hearth and breathing and I'm relaxed.
Don't know, maybe regular running could help you?


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#458609 - 01/14/14 07:20 PM Re: Going In Circles . [Re: peroperic2009]
Sterling Offline


Registered: 10/25/08
Posts: 268
Loc: Winnipeg, Manitoba,Canada
I do love running but.. i have a gentleman who is really
good.
I am slowly realizing that allllllllllllllllllllll my
mess about hurting myself in the gym has EVERYTHING to
do with that i was trying everything i could to be like my dad.


What a sickness!!

love,
Goran

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