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Yeah... uhm... I always feel bored. I just don't get satisfied of gaming which is what I relied on for un-boring (:Puzzled:) me. So any suggestions? Oh and before anybody suggests go outside and hang out with your friends, I don't mean like long-time period things. And no suggestions telling me to masturbate either because that's where my next problem comes in. I just need something to un-bore me while I take like a 30 minute break from my usual tasks. That's only 1 thing I need help with though. The other thing I need help with is (bear with me), I'm feeling very horny as of lately. I mean I'm normal most of the times but when I'm all alone and nobody is watching, I just can't stop that feeling. I mean sure it's good but it's a bit annoying when you keep feeling like that and you can't relieve yourself. I didn't feel this horny until just like near the end of last year and it feels like my veins and arteries are going to burst from a hormonal overload. It's also very distracting. Am I going to be stuck with this till whenever or is there going to be some end to this or some measure of control that can be applied. So like any suggestions? Please take this seriously. I'm getting really annoyed with this feeling being present nearly every single second, as good as it may feel. The third thing is, I'm trying to build a workout routine but it's been a while since I've had time to workout and as far as I can estimate, I can hardly stay in motion at about 2-4 m/s for hardly more than a minute or even if I can, it is 2 at best and it takes more than 30 seconds to recuperate. So anybody know anything that's worked for them for stamina building? Also is there someway to build enough strength to do pull-ups other than doing the pull-ups themselves? I try but I'm left hanging there and there's hardly any motion when I try to "pull". Other than those I'm just looking for suggestions for basic strength, balance, agility, endurance/stamina (and all those other screwy RPG elements :lol:) building activities. A few final notes. I'm looking for suggestions and I am not really desperate so you don't have to suggest anything if you don't want but if you do, do take these matters seriously, because it's just as Blank Stare once misquoted me:

Originally Posted by Blank Stare
Originally Posted by Siddharth Gupta guys im always so serious I can never make or take a joke :mad:
It's alright, man.



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#2 10 years ago

Well, you can try this.

| jackassworld

Seriously, I can't see any activity that could solve this problem. Other than sex.




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#3 10 years ago

Let me get this straight: You're bored, want physical activity and you're horny?

I think getting a girlfriend may be the solution to your problems.

If that is not an option there are other ways to reduce your craving for wordly desires. Change of diet, hard work and certain drugs may help.

As for stamina-building, what really helps is to take small steps. The smaller the steps, the greater the chance that you'll continue working on it. Try to keep a regular schedule for working out and make plans for cases where that schedule breaks down. Be prepared for setbacks, some days you won't be able to perform as well as others, you just have to ignore those days and keep working on a realistic target.




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Siddharth Gupta;4780678 The third thing is, I'm trying to build a workout routine but it's been a while since I've had time to workout and as far as I can estimate, I can hardly stay in motion at about 2-4 m/s for hardly more than a minute or even if I can, it is 2 at best and it takes more than 30 seconds to recuperate. So anybody know anything that's worked for them for stamina building?[/QUOTE] That sounds bad, what is your cooper test result? You should just try running and walking longer and more often and generally try to be more active, there is no easy way out.

Since you apparently normally don't use your feet you should start slow to avoid injuries, especially if you are overweight, try e.g. starting with walking only half an hour every day for a week, keep a pace which keeps you breathing heavily, run short distances during the walk if you feel like it, but keep the focus on walking. Use good shoes and choose unpaved routes to save your feet. You can replace some of the walking with cycling at a good pace.

Increase the speed and time you spend walking when you progress and when you feel ready start running for longer and longer distances.

[QUOTE=Siddharth Gupta;4780678]Also is there someway to build enough strength to do pull-ups other than doing the pull-ups themselves? I try but I'm left hanging there and there's hardly any motion when I try to "pull". Other than those I'm just looking for suggestions for basic strength, balance, agility, endurance/stamina (and all those other screwy RPG elements :lol:) building activities.

Try pulldowns. Any decent gym has a machine for it, but honestly, I think you are better off focusing on your stamina to start with. That obviously doesn't automatically exclude working out if you have the energy for both, but it might be too challenging to start with both at the same time.




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#5 10 years ago

Take a trip to the forest, take to the sea, or go see some sights. Something different from what normal people do. If you can't do that, try and find a girlfriend since your hand obviously isn't loved enough :D




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#6 10 years ago

Repressed…

You need a hobby or a job or both. That will occupy your time. I find menial tasks sometimes allow you to mentally recompile and sort things out. Personally, I find working in the yard/gardening or putting bat/bird houses together do it for me. Sometimes just going for a walk works too. With regard to sexual frustrations, well – you need to find a friend with perks or take care of your problem manually. Not to patronize, but having the urge to purge is natural for young men.




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MrFancypants;4780699Let me get this straight: You're bored, want physical activity and you're horny? I think getting a girlfriend may be the solution to your problems. If that is not an option there are other ways to reduce your craving for wordly desires. Change of diet, hard work and certain drugs may help. As for stamina-building, what really helps is to take small steps. The smaller the steps, the greater the chance that you'll continue working on it. Try to keep a regular schedule for working out and make plans for cases where that schedule breaks down. Be prepared for setbacks, some days you won't be able to perform as well as others, you just have to ignore those days and keep working on a realistic target.[/quote] What kind of diet would you suggest? I'm trying to have a diet reliant on things like fruits, vegetables, cereals and pulses. Would cutting down on rice help somewhat? I mean for both my health and worldly desires. I do have a bit of a sweet tooth, though, even though I don't eat oily or greasy or baked things. Can't help but not eat a cookie or something after every meal or so. Maybe I should stop... As for drugs, I'm not sure I would like to rely on something unnatural since they can have severe side effects and are usually short-term.
Huffardo;4780744That sounds bad, what is your cooper test result? You should just try running and walking longer and more often and generally try to be more active, there is no easy way out. Since you apparently normally don't use your feet you should start slow to avoid injuries, especially if you are overweight, try e.g. starting with walking only half an hour every day for a week, keep a pace which keeps you breathing heavily, run short distances during the walk if you feel like it, but keep the focus on walking. Use good shoes and choose unpaved routes to save your feet. You can replace some of the walking with cycling at a good pace. Increase the speed and time you spend walking when you progress and when you feel ready start running for longer and longer distances. Try pulldowns. Any decent gym has a machine for it, but honestly, I think you are better off focusing on your stamina to start with. That obviously doesn't automatically exclude working out if you have the energy for both, but it might be too challenging to start with both at the same time.[/quote] I don't know what my Cooper test result is. I haven't had it taken because most of the institutions I've been in ever since 8th grade (which was in the U.S.) weren't really big on physical health. They mostly urged academic growth. Maybe I should try it by myself but I can't really find a straight track or place to try out. My weight is currently around 90 Kg or so and height is around 1.85 m. I don't remember my exact height and weight readings but BMI comes out to be 26.3 approximately according to these assumptions which puts me in the overweight (going from 25-30) class according to the slab given. What would you count as good shoes? In the summers when I tried to workout I used light, canvas shoes but right now temperatures are around 0 C and below so I usually where what seem like sport shoes but they are considerably heavier compared to the canvas shoes. [quote=Serio;4780765]Take a trip to the forest, take to the sea, or go see some sights. Something different from what normal people do. If you can't do that, try and find a girlfriend since your hand obviously isn't loved enough :D
Those do seem like mentally relaxing activities as well as physically active. I'll try and see if I can find the time. I'd find a girlfriend except that's the thing. I'm overweight and I'm not sure but it could show on the outside if only barely. That and I'm not really a smooth operator or know how to get a girlfriend. Those are the only things that are putting me off. Come to think about it, I really have no idea how people become boyfriends and girlfriends. How do they? Are there variations in the ways that people of opposite sexes come together other than marriage (which can be compulsary in certain societies if you do want to avoid shunning and mockery)? [quote=AlDaja;4780786]Repressed… You need a hobby or a job or both. That will occupy your time. I find menial tasks sometimes allow you to mentally recompile and sort things out. Personally, I find working in the yard/gardening or putting bat/bird houses together do it for me. Sometimes just going for a walk works too. With regard to sexual frustrations, well – you need to find a friend with perks or take care of your problem manually. Not to patronize, but having the urge to purge is natural for young men.

What do you mean when you say repressed? Are you saying that I am repressed or I want to become repressed? Or are you referring to me not wanting to be horny? I can't get a job at this point though. I'm still a senior in high school. Do you think a "menial" task such as studying my favourite subjects would help? I'd take walks and for that matter I do, except there's nobody to talk to and when there is nothing else occupying my mind other than the walk itself, it becomes hard not to think about. What do you mean by a friend with perks? Do you mean like benefits or somebody I can just hangout with whenever, wherever and however we want. I'm not sure I want to solve my problem manually. I've seen men with *ahem* "problems". Some of them have humongous and numerous pimples that hurt like hell even at the slightest touch of a feather as they describe it.




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Siddharth Gupta;4780881What kind of diet would you suggest? I'm trying to have a diet reliant on things like fruits, vegetables, cereals and pulses. Would cutting down on rice help somewhat? I mean for both my health and worldly desires. I do have a bit of a sweet tooth, though, even though I don't eat oily or greasy or baked things. Can't help but not eat a cookie or something after every meal or so. Maybe I should stop... As for drugs, I'm not sure I would like to rely on something unnatural since they can have severe side effects and are usually short-term.

I don't know what my Cooper test result is. I haven't had it taken because most of the institutions I've been in ever since 8th grade (which was in the U.S.) weren't really big on physical health. They mostly urged academic growth. Maybe I should try it by myself but I can't really find a straight track or place to try out. My weight is currently around 90 Kg or so and height is around 1.85 m. I don't remember my exact height and weight readings but BMI comes out to be 26.3 approximately according to these assumptions which puts me in the overweight (going from 25-30) class according to the slab given. What would you count as good shoes? In the summers when I tried to workout I used light, canvas shoes but right now temperatures are around 0 C and below so I usually where what seem like sport shoes but they are considerably heavier compared to the canvas shoes.

Those do seem like mentally relaxing activities as well as physically active. I'll try and see if I can find the time. I'd find a girlfriend except that's the thing. I'm overweight and I'm not sure but it could show on the outside if only barely. That and I'm not really a smooth operator or know how to get a girlfriend. Those are the only things that are putting me off. Come to think about it, I really have no idea how people become boyfriends and girlfriends. How do they? Are there variations in the ways that people of opposite sexes come together other than marriage (which can be compulsary in certain societies if you do want to avoid shunning and mockery)?

There are a few food which are supposed to increase horniness; eggs, bacon and stuff like that. Food with lots of proteins, I would guess. Not sure how much truth there is to that, but you could just google for more information about the topic and try it out. Your current diet looks ok though.

As for drugs, I wouldn't recommend that either.




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Siddharth Gupta;4780881What kind of diet would you suggest? I'm trying to have a diet reliant on things like fruits, vegetables, cereals and pulses. Would cutting down on rice help somewhat? I mean for both my health and worldly desires. I do have a bit of a sweet tooth, though, even though I don't eat oily or greasy or baked things. Can't help but not eat a cookie or something after every meal or so. Maybe I should stop... As for drugs, I'm not sure I would like to rely on something unnatural since they can have severe side effects and are usually short-term.[/QUOTE] Start keeping a count on your energy intake. There are plenty of resources that provide help in form of recommended calories per day, the contents of foods etc.

A cookie won't do you any harm if you keep your total energy intake on minus, but you should try to eat enough low energy food every meal not to desire it.

Remember to keep your daily protein intake high or you will loose a lot of muscle weight, which you obviously do not want to. Don't allow your intake of healthy fats to get too low either, even though they are high in calories you can't cut them all out without consequences.

Siddharth Gupta;4780881I don't know what my Cooper test result is. I haven't had it taken because most of the institutions I've been in ever since 8th grade (which was in the U.S.) weren't really big on physical health. They mostly urged academic growth. Maybe I should try it by myself but I can't really find a straight track or place to try out. My weight is currently around 90 Kg or so and height is around 1.85 m. I don't remember my exact height and weight readings but BMI comes out to be 26.3 approximately according to these assumptions which puts me in the overweight (going from 25-30) class according to the slab given.

Try it yourself, there is a circular track in every town, but any stretch of (preferably unpaved) road or path will do even if it isn't perfectly flat, just avoid hills. Choose a shorter stretch if you live somewhere very hilly, run it back and forth, and measure the length and count the times you run it to get your result. Knowing your starting shape is important for motivation (as you can measure progress) and planning your training.

You are fortunately only a bit overweight, so you should be able to improve your results rather quickly without major risk for injuries (still start slow and listen to your body, especially chest pain) and if you successfully continue with your training and diet you should be able to reach normal weight and shape within months. When you loose weight chin-ups will also be much easier (when I did them the first time I only managed a lousy five at a BMI of 19, and have yet to beat that, so keep in mind progress in this exercise can be very slow and don't let it get to you).

[QUOTE=Siddharth Gupta;4780881]What would you count as good shoes? In the summers when I tried to workout I used light, canvas shoes but right now temperatures are around 0 C and below so I usually where what seem like sport shoes but they are considerably heavier compared to the canvas shoes.

Any decent running shoes should do. The most important thing is that they fit your feet and feel comfortable, don't buy them without trying them on and comparing them and their shock absorbing qualities to the other shoes available. Don't get the cheapest pair you can find or your feet are likely to regret it a long time, but there is no need to get those 100+ € shoes either, there should be plenty of good choices in the middle.

Light canvas shoes are a bad choice for running as they hardly protect your feet at all.




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MrFancypants;4781105There are a few food which are supposed to increase horniness; eggs, bacon and stuff like that. Food with lots of proteins, I would guess. Not sure how much truth there is to that, but you could just google for more information about the topic and try it out. Your current diet looks ok though. As for drugs, I wouldn't recommend that either.[/quote] From what I have read so far, every food that I eat creates a "healthy" libido, healthy or not (especially bananas and strawberries of which I eat a lot). Oh well. I guess it can't be avoided. Otherwise, it would mean stop eating anything.
Huffardo;4781145Start keeping a count on your energy intake. There are plenty of resources that provide help in form of recommended calories per day, the contents of foods etc. A cookie won't do you any harm if you keep your total energy intake on minus, but you should try to eat enough low energy food every meal not to desire it. Remember to keep your daily protein intake high or you will loose a lot of muscle weight, which you obviously do not want to. Don't allow your intake of healthy fats to get too low either, even though they are high in calories you can't cut them all out without consequences.[/quote] But wouldn't my energy intake being in the minus mean that I'm losing energy including the energy I require for basic things that go on in my body as well as certain other things. One more thing, could my bone mass also affect the way my weight is being viewed because it said somewhere in my birth health records I was big boned or something like that. And what counts as healthy fats? Do you mean unsaturated fatty acids? Or the "good" cholestrol? I'll do some research on this and which foods are good but what do you mean by "healthy" fats? [quote=Huffardo;4781145]You are fortunately only a bit overweight, so you should be able to improve your results rather quickly without major risk for injuries (still start slow and listen to your body, especially chest pain) and if you successfully continue with your training and diet you should be able to reach normal weight and shape within months. When you loose weight chin-ups will also be much easier (when I did them the first time I only managed a lousy five at a BMI of 19, and have yet to beat that, so keep in mind progress in this exercise can be very slow and don't let it get to you).
Is it really that hard to do pull-ups? Do you mean you aren't able to do more than 5 pull-ups consecutively or that you can only do 5 at a time and have to wait a few minutes before trying again? [quote=Huffardo;4781145]Light canvas shoes are a bad choice for running as they hardly protect your feet at all.

I guess that would explain the strange stinging and crack marks I got on my feet after working out for a while during the summers.




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