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Burger King Flame Grilled Whopper Deals: Triple Whopper $3, Double $2 or Single EXPIRED

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I fluctuate between 161 to 165lb. Secondly, my cardio still sucks. Especially when lifting weights. It has always sucked.

To answer the question. Not sure what my 10k row is. My 2k is terrible, usually anywhere from 8:00 to 8:20. Also no way would I survive a straight 10k row. I do it in segments. 20 minute segments x3, probably a few minutes to rehydrate in between.

Yes to a certain extent. When it comes to biking (one of those cheap foldable bikes), I do intervals, but not HIT. The display reads about 160 calories over 30 minutes. Go harder for 20 seconds, then moderate for 40 seconds. Repeat. I've done multiple sessions with the bike, and that's usually what I average at this pace. I do need that extra time to recover.

On the concept2, I finally broke the 500 calorie per 30 minute mark recently. And this took effort, a lot.
Ok thanks for answering. That 950 calories in an hour caught my eye, as that's almost a 16 calorie/min rate, consistent with running--fast running!
500 calories in a 30 minute row is amazing, especially at your weight. I looked through my logbook and my best 30 minute row was only 319 calories.
(5,895 meters, 2:32.6 pace, 638 cal/hr). For grins I did a 60 minute row today and only logged 629 calories at 11,701m.
Then again, I am an old man!
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Ok thanks for answering. That 950 calories in an hour caught my eye, as that's almost a 16 calorie/min rate, consistent with running--fast running!
500 calories in a 30 minute row is amazing, especially at your weight. I looked through my logbook and my best 30 minute row was only 319 calories.
(5,895 meters, 2:32.6 pace, 638 cal/hr). For grins I did a 60 minute row today and only logged 629 calories at 11,701m.
Then again, I am an old man!
You're welcome. Watching YouTube rowing competitions (even though they're extremely boring to watch, I would rather watch rock climbing competitions or CrossFit) and seeing individuals hitting sub 7 minute and I'm impressed.

Here's a video that was a game changer in how I fiddled with my technique:

Maximum Power on the Rowing Machine (especially at 2:45 to 3:15 mark):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLyOyWls9_Y

I can probably guarantee that you'll break the 750 to 800 plus cal/hour mark, and hitting closer to 375 to 400 plus calories over 30 minutes in no time if you are able to implement what's talked about in that video. The key to the video that helped me was (@2:45 mark) was the use of leg drive causing the individual to sort of 'levitate' just ever so slightly off the seat. That really made a difference, but it is also incredibly taxing on the legs. I can't consistently do it for too long (because my legs gets tired), but when I need to increase my stats, I give it my best to 'levitate' myself.

Another thing that helped is me picturing myself rowing from Oakland/San Francisco to Alcatraz island. The third thing is to really pull during the final phase of the stroke.
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Did you use the GC? It kept going to G Pay even I had GC as default. It also would not allow me to change to GC.
Update to my last post: I actually submitted an order and it is kicking me back to GPay and not allowing me to use the stored GC.
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Update to my last post: I actually submitted an order and it is kicking me back to GPay and not allowing me to use the stored GC.
That's what happened to me. It's frustrating to use these half-a55ed apps, either make it right or not do it.
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That's what happened to me. It's frustrating to use these half-a55ed apps, either make it right or not do it.
It's the store/entire brand that's half-assed: I have an eGC but for some reason I can't use it in-store. Maybe that's an option for you though, use offers in store and pay with the GC.
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