Discussion in 'Members Corner' started by SPIEZ, Oct 29, 2011.
I know sirji .. it as supposed to be a fu.... nvm
Whoa! Is it a home gym? Looks so professional, and wall mirror is turning it into a big gym. Nice one sir ! cost please !
Never mess with me on a patch of tarmac
that macho dog! boss of the floor! waiting for training-buddy to act as a spotter for him.
generally the ab-rocker device is found gathering dust in some corner. good to see it in the 'mainstream' here.
were you into wushu/kuoshu or some NE martial arts practice? i see wooden prototypes too there which're generally used for practice. or just a hobbyist's collection? i too have some blades, a couple or so.
@captscooby81 - you've run the devil's circuit & you're here asking for advice?! tch..tch..tch
I would go with @Kunal Biswas 's advice.
Start with jogging and start with smaller numbers and progress upwards. Taking it slow will also give you a better oppotunity to listen to your body, and figure out which areas need more improvement/medical attention etc.
Good things in life, take time.
Its hard for me to count the exact price, But i will give a rough Idea ..
I have 22 plates of various size and weights, Total weight of all plates is 145kgs, 1 kg cost 150rs here ..
10 rods, The plate and rod carrier is of my own design and cost me 2k ..
The mirrors cost me 10k ..
I have been attending Gym since i was 16, Since then i am collecting equipment so the price compare to today will be different ..
And i have been attending this place called CSS(california superbike school) since i was 16(4 years ago)..
This is also very physically intensive task..Draws out a lot of your body strength,stretches your mental and physical level
Can you do this???
I prioritize my studies and carrier at my early and mid 20s, But i love bikes and still do ..
I never had such facility, regardless i enjoyed quite a lot specially at himachal ..
I used to ride Non-stop 3-4hrs, it has its own taste and requirement ..
Later this year i will do patna-south india-patna ride(it will be a BIG BIIIIG RIDE like 50-60 days big) and it will test my mettle to the best.
But touring on an r15 v2,is that thing any comfy,that is an amazing track tool(i remember pulling her to some 160kmph-track tuned r15)
And tell me some great places to visit in himachal(except kasol,i found to be quite overhyped,ganja israelis and french everywhere,people greeting you with shalom and stuff).
I have done some 8-10 hour rides like patna-guwahati,patna-gangtok and some bhutan.
And do attend a track school,it will make you much safer and faster.
You do solo or in a group, I prefer solo ..
R-15V2 is not a comfortable bike for long tours, I only use it because i wanted a liquid cool engine of 150-200cc..
If you really want to know then you should go to very remote places beyond shimla which remain original with its people, People are kind and nice ..
Its truly a Devbhomi ..
I go SOLO,(kya karun koi sala company hi nahi deta)
If you want a good touring bike then i think there is nothing better than dominar 400(good enough range and power and torque enough to engulf you),other options are there such as mojo(20l fuel tank),cbr250r,fz-25 the new duke 390(depends on your throttle control-it is very very aggressive)
I was considering heading to hatu peak and visit jalori pass.
How are the roads??and fuel avaibility(had a tough time in ladakh)??
And yeah that place is beautiful and manali route to ladakh is amazing and mesmerizing
Roads are bad as well as good, Keep in mind that in India you don`t get patrol station every 2-3kms ..
You are right,but petrol station is needed at atleast some 100km's,in ladakh we had a petrol station about 300+km gap.
I see a lot of people who are into into physical fitness through gyming. I would really suggest you to try calisthenics, a bit tougher initially, but truly worth it.
I usually skip youtube ads, but this one got my attention.
naaiicee!! user of some MB products here since sometime.
seems MB has now begun investing in advertisements. even i saw a short ad of theirs on YT y'day.
@Razor @Krusty, onward from our earlier charcha....
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