I'm 13 years old, grade 8, 6 foot, ~180 pounds, and I have a gut that I want gone. I stopped eating junk food, I eat fruit every day, and I walk an hour every day (30 mins to school 30 mins back) I'm wondering, what excersises can you do at home that get rid of your gut. How long per day do I do this excersise, how many times per day? How long do you think it would take for it to be gone? Thanks.
Good lucking getting rid of the gut.
I hope you accomplish your goal.
That advice is actually something I was looking for myself -- thanks dude
('cause there's no way in hell I'm stepping in a gym XD dimensions here: 5'10''/178cm, 80kg (give or take one or two) have a big wobbly belly but otherwise I'm thin :P)
What about sit ups?
ah yes, I knew I wanted to ask him about those!
I guess for me running is the only way of getting that done — or buying a room bike. Swimming is off limits (swimming pools are ridiculously expensive for this student’s budget of mine, not to mention I have unfortunately almost completely forgotten how to swim (although I guess it would be a good thing to pick it up again at some points)), and biking, while I do like it, I don’t have a decent bike and drivers here are fucktards (and there are no bike routes in my district). I would go to school and work by bike if this wasn’t Hungary (and Budapest of all places) we’re talking about
Hence the HU in my location
Yeah well, a couple years ago (wait, 5 already? you’ve got to be shittin' me o.o okay, so five years ago) I was at a friend at the Balaton, and while I know how to do the moves, I couldn’t keep myself on surface (or anywhere near it), so I had to tread on the lake floor whenever possible — thankfully it’s not deep at all for most of the area where he lives, but there still were some panicworthy moments of the event.
So yeah, I can safely say I’ve forgotten most of it.
Hotels, dunno, I know about a few which charge outsiders for the use of the pool, but ones that won’t care about someone going down to their pool who doesn’t belong there… I don’t know. Unlikely that I could pull it off. Although re-learning to swim in front of a much smaller audience than a lake or a public pool would be handy. I guess there’s a bit of vanity in the way too.
But yeah, I know it’d do great for my back and basically everything.
Running is fun though — was quite good at it back in high school, so shouldn’t be a problem getting back into it. Bigger issue is where to run. Until I think up something good, I guess sustained running in place (5–10 minutes) in my room should suffice (which here means "should be better than nothing").
It’s kinda distressing that while I could do around 25–30 pushups in HS, I can’t do more than four right now.