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Postby Omaha Red Sox » Sat Sep 02, 2006 11:16 pm

Alkaholik wrote:Stress is a big fat causing culprit


I believe this to be the root cause of the 'Overweight Coach' issue. Is Tony Dungy overweight? Has he ever seemed stressed? The majority seem to never be relaxed and always have huge bags under their eyes.
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Postby Posse » Sun Sep 03, 2006 7:58 am

Genetics also plays a big part.
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Postby Gibbs Baby!!! » Sun Sep 03, 2006 9:03 am

A lot of these guys were naturally big, and played on the lines (I'm talking about you, Andy Reid!) We all get larger as we age, and if you started out a bit bigger than the norm, you'll wind up a bit larger when you reach coaching age...
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Postby mrblitz » Sun Sep 03, 2006 9:34 am

Coaches don't have to be in shape. I think if I were one , I'd be fat too.
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Postby Omaha Red Sox » Sun Sep 03, 2006 9:46 am

mrblitz wrote:Coaches don't have to be in shape. I think if I were one , I'd be fat too.


Technically, no one has to be in shape. Yeah, if you're an athlete you have to be in shape, but how many of us our real athletes? For regular guys it's a choice to either be in shape or not.
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Postby jdogg_ffc » Sun Sep 03, 2006 9:04 pm

Omaha Red Sox wrote:
mrblitz wrote:Coaches don't have to be in shape. I think if I were one , I'd be fat too.


Technically, no one has to be in shape. Yeah, if you're an athlete you have to be in shape, but how many of us our real athletes? For regular guys it's a choice to either be in shape or not.


True true the only one who will get or keep you inshape is yourself.

You know when you tell the team to take a lap you could run with them!

Simple ways to get in shape
1 Walk
2 ride a bike (no not one with a motor)
3 Swim
4 Lift weights at least 2 times a wk.
5 Quit eating (no really just quit eating junk food just eat healthy)
First the Shock, then the Pistons can the Lions be next?

Well maybe next yr.

PS I didn't lose a paper bag challenge but somehow as a Lion's fan it just feels right.
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Postby Omaha Red Sox » Sun Sep 03, 2006 9:21 pm

jdogg_ffc wrote:Simple ways to get in shape
1 Walk - check (run a mile a day. Same thing)
2 ride a bike (no not one with a motor) - check
3 Swim - don't like water
4 Lift weights at least 2 times a wk. - check
5 Quit eating (no really just quit eating junk food just eat healthy) - I like junk food too much to give it up while I'm still young
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Postby citybirds27 » Sun Sep 03, 2006 10:05 pm

Omaha Red Sox wrote:
jdogg_ffc wrote:Simple ways to get in shape
1 Walk - check (run a mile a day. Same thing)
2 ride a bike (no not one with a motor) - check
3 Swim - don't like water
4 Lift weights at least 2 times a wk. - check
5 Quit eating (no really just quit eating junk food just eat healthy) - I like junk food too much to give it up while I'm still young


same, except more weights and running, and way less biking
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Postby Omaha Red Sox » Sun Sep 03, 2006 10:12 pm

citybirds27 wrote:
Omaha Red Sox wrote:
jdogg_ffc wrote:Simple ways to get in shape
1 Walk - check (run a mile a day. Same thing)
2 ride a bike (no not one with a motor) - check
3 Swim - don't like water
4 Lift weights at least 2 times a wk. - check
5 Quit eating (no really just quit eating junk food just eat healthy) - I like junk food too much to give it up while I'm still young


same, except more weights and running, and way less biking


I've been biking a lot more. I'll probably, eventually, cut out the running and just bike. Better on your joints when you get to be an old man.
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Postby citybirds27 » Sun Sep 03, 2006 10:25 pm

Omaha Red Sox wrote:
citybirds27 wrote:
Omaha Red Sox wrote:
jdogg_ffc wrote:Simple ways to get in shape
1 Walk - check (run a mile a day. Same thing)
2 ride a bike (no not one with a motor) - check
3 Swim - don't like water
4 Lift weights at least 2 times a wk. - check
5 Quit eating (no really just quit eating junk food just eat healthy) - I like junk food too much to give it up while I'm still young


same, except more weights and running, and way less biking


I've been biking a lot more. I'll probably, eventually, cut out the running and just bike. Better on your joints when you get to be an old man.


Yeah, right now I see no point in biking. Infact, I only do it once every 2 weeks :-b
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