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Fit people on SoompI! Are you fitter than a Navy seal?

CrunchyrunchyCrunchyrunchy Posts: 677Member

IDOL

Just want to gauge how fit some of the fit people here are.
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  • HERMITHERMIT Posts: 10,642Friend of Soompi

    EXALTED ONE

    No, I'm actually as heavy and blubbery as a regular seal.

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  • OMGAWDOMGAWD Posts: 928Member
    edited March 2012
    I can easily match their physical strength stats but not their aerobic endurance stats (running or whatever)
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  • CrunchyrunchyCrunchyrunchy Posts: 677Member

    IDOL

    OMGAWD wrote on 29 February 2012 - 11:22 PM:

    I can easily match their physical strength stats but not their aerobic endurance stats (running or whatever)


    really how did you become so strong?
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  • WaiFanWaiFan Posts: 37Member

    ROOKIE

    The simple answer is...... no ^_^
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  • OMGAWDOMGAWD Posts: 928Member
    Crunchyrunchy wrote on 02 March 2012 - 03:25 AM:

    really how did you become so strong?


    any average person can train for 3 months or so and acquire the physical strength. not really that hard if someone stays consistent. :)
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  • CrunchyrunchyCrunchyrunchy Posts: 677Member

    IDOL

    edited March 2012
    OMGAWD wrote on 01 March 2012 - 10:03 PM:

    any average person can train for 3 months or so and acquire the physical strength. not really that hard if someone stays consistent. :)


    What about Aerobic endurance?
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  • OMGAWDOMGAWD Posts: 928Member
    aerobic is harder for me even though im quite skinny. i just dont focus much on that. but 3 months of aerobic training is very possible to be as fit as a navy seal.

    i try to focus on my strength goals, then move to endurance and then maintain.
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  • EclecticEclectic lvl 1 red mage limboPosts: 2,213Member

    SUPERSTAR

    since you said fitness by itself, this encompasses both mental and physical fitness of a U.S. Navy SEAL. i don't have either (but i can still try!)
    “Idealism is what precedes experience. Cynicism is what follows.”
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  • CrunchyrunchyCrunchyrunchy Posts: 677Member

    IDOL

    OMGAWD wrote on 02 March 2012 - 07:54 PM:

    aerobic is harder for me even though im quite skinny. i just dont focus much on that. but 3 months of aerobic training is very possible to be as fit as a navy seal.

    i try to focus on my strength goals, then move to endurance and then maintain.


    What do you rep on bench presses?
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  • OMGAWDOMGAWD Posts: 928Member
    i dont bench anymore. im focusing on legs and pull ups at the moment.

    but 3 months ago, i can only do 135 x 15 reps @ 135lb
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  • CrunchyrunchyCrunchyrunchy Posts: 677Member

    IDOL

    OMGAWD wrote on 03 March 2012 - 02:50 PM:

    i dont bench anymore. im focusing on legs and pull ups at the moment.

    but 3 months ago, i can only do 135 x 15 reps @ 135lb


    Are you good at swimming?
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  • OMGAWDOMGAWD Posts: 928Member
    edited March 2012
    Crunchyrunchy wrote on 05 March 2012 - 05:09 AM:

    Are you good at swimming?


    i wish i was. i cant swim at all except froggy style.
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