Fitness for the noncompetitive female

Discussion in 'Female Training Discussion' started by AllTheWay, May 20, 2011.

  1. AllTheWay

    AllTheWay TID Lady Member

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    indeed perfect doesnt exist but the desire to be as close as one can get is great motivation to keep on trying! :D

    smallville doesnt have much available as far as better methods of bf testing and it really isnt that big of deal since im not competing. i try to be very consistent with how i use my calipers so that even if it is off, it is always the same amount of off :D
     
  2. NutNut

    NutNut MuscleHead

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    I'm pretty good with them myself but just use them to insure we are headed in the right direction week to week, when I have someone close to comp we do a bodpod, the other exception being if someone has the extra $ we do 1 at the start and 1 at the end of a goal period just out of curiousness. It isn't so much needed as it is nice to see.

    I actually used perfection in the biz name because of that, we are always in pursuit of perfection. Keep up the good work, I enjoyed the post.
     
  3. nousername

    nousername Member

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    Great thread. Thanks ATW! Your one of my faceā™„
     
  4. nousername

    nousername Member

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    One of my favorites that is
     
  5. nanilifter

    nanilifter New Member

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    I am a home gym workout addict and I love it!


    I also am very driven to live a great life of lifting no matter what anyone got to say. I recall this is my body that was gifted to me and I am driven to take care it and I also am a bit obsessive about lifting and like doing it. I don't just like to workout in my on home gym but I put every thought and energy into making my lifting days work for my benefit and the benefit's are very good. Thanks all of you for this post, because I am encouraged to keep working out even if I never get to hit the stage life, I feel good as I am.
     

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