Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by babar, Feb 29, 2008.
me and 2 others had to push a car in neutral on a hilly road for 4 miles.
That reminds me and few of my family having to push a 05 Lincoln Town Car up a hill on during hurricane Floyd. I was much weaker back then too.
Another task was probably chopping firewood.
Hardest thing I've ever done competitively was a wrestling 10-way at 250 pounds.
10-way being 10+ teams, so in 2 days you wrestle... 10+ times.
Hardest thing in general was probably the first week I really decided to get in shape. I always had a good mental attitude about working out from wrestling, I just didn't care to do it, but at the end of Freshman year I woke up every day including weekends at 7:00am rain/shine and went across campus to a public playground/field, and ran straight bleachers for an hour.
That shit killed.
i dunno lots of things...315 atg for 33 reps squatting
racing real motorcross in the 125 class
competing in bodybuilding
today its mostly things like getting off the toilet and getting out of bed..
probably the the terry fox run
carrying your mom into my bedroom
I did a mountain bike race when I was 17 where I pushed so hard I almost blacked out. I coasted across the finish line and was unable to speak for about 10 minutes. I probably fucked the shit out of my blood sugar or something.
I wrestled a wild bear and raped an alligator once
Swim medly vs a couple of eleven year old club swimmer girls. Freestyle, breast stroke, backstroke, and butterfly.
I worked at a sports summer camp and these two little girls challenged me to a four pool lengths race, them vs me. I waited and waited to race them to build up my impending victory.
They each swam two lengths and I did the whole four.
This was at the end of the summer so I thought I was in incredible shape. But doing the butterfly on the last leg proved otherwise. I almost drowned.
I did finish the race though.
Heart rate at 140 bpm for an hour afterwards laying perfectly still in the training room at the college. Trainer said he'd never been so close to calling the paramedics in his life.
cliffs: Eleven year old girls kicked my ass at swim race, almost sent me to the hospital.
I had to help "TheAntieggroll" carry a 300lb TV and dresser up about 40 stairs, with thin concrete walls for poor manuverability.
Wrestling camp, hands down.
5 days of 3-4 matches on top of drilling/learning between matches. By day 5 everybody is so burnt out and ready to go home.
nothing. i am lazy.
Walking up a flight of stairs when I was fat
Wrestling by far
So far probably riding a 85 mile trail on my mountain bike, quite a bit of elevation changes too. I'm saving for Everest right now, that will undoubtedly become the toughest thing.
running with the bulls in pamplona. the running wasn't hard. pushing people out of my way and into the way of the bulls on the other hand
500 yard breast stroke, 100%
thats prbably not it but all i can remember for now.
not raping little girls
I really can't think of anything crazy-impressive or especially difficult that I've done..
When I was gymnastics, a press handstand.
one of two things:
1. 2wrestling matches thurs. 2 on fri, then 5 on sat. then 4 on sunday....
2. or the day that i had to carry 5 tons of rock down 4 flights of stairs in cat litter buckets...
A triathlon, standard course