Ivar Kauge
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Starting a new workout regime.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shane Sep 1, 2013. 12 Replies

Hi all,As the title states, I´m going to start a new workout regime. I´ve read up about it and have come to the conclusion that i need to start off with mixed exercises. Since I do not have weights…Continue

Tripak - A simple card game from East-Europe

Started this discussion. Last reply by Miklos Hollender Sep 2, 2013. 1 Reply

What you need: -A deck of cards (52 Cards (+Optional: 2 Jokers))-Some mates to play with.-Some time-Optional: Cigars and some good whiskey.Basics:The objective of this game is to beat your opponents…Continue

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Greetings from Eastern Europe

Started this discussion. Last reply by Miklos Hollender Aug 29, 2013. 3 Replies

Hello All,Figured id start off with a small intro of myself. I hail from the Eastern Europe as stated in the title, to be exact, I´m from Estonia. I´m young by all standards, about to be 22, but I´ve…Continue

 

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Upside down bloke commented on Ivar Kauge's group Cards and Boardgames
"Thanks Andrew.  I have never played Rumikube.  Has anyone played Canasta or Mahjong?  What's it like?  How do you play?  I have played Backgammon before and Orthello."
Oct 28
Andrew commented on Ivar Kauge's group Cards and Boardgames
"Me too, Peter!  We played Monopoly and Rumikube growing up.  It was fun."
Oct 14
Upside down bloke commented on Ivar Kauge's group Cards and Boardgames
"Hiya fellas, I have always loved board games and card games since I was very young.  At the moment I play Cluedo and Scrabble mostly.  At least once a week with my partner and a friend of our who visits. It's great fun..I tend to win…"
Oct 14
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Ivar Kauge replied to Robert Brown's discussion man up, whats the most awesome thing you have ever done?
"Hm, so, even though I am quite young I´ve got some things on my list: 1) Ice Running - You know that period where ice just starts to break away on rivers and go down stream, me and some mates ran a kilometer on this ice over freezing water.…"
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Sep 9, 2013
Miklos Hollender replied to Ivar Kauge's discussion Tripak - A simple card game from East-Europe
"We in Hungary like Rikiki, the English version of this is called Oh Hell with Devil's Bridge version: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oh_Hell Try this when you have the time, it's a lot of fun with friends, 4 to 7 people. The point is,…"
Sep 2, 2013
Ivar Kauge replied to Ivar Kauge's discussion Starting a new workout regime.
"Sadly I don´t, thats why I´m trying to make it so that I use my bodyweight for training."
Aug 31, 2013
Ivar Kauge replied to Ivar Kauge's discussion Starting a new workout regime.
"Totally missed the twerking remark at first."
Aug 31, 2013
Ivar Kauge replied to Ivar Kauge's discussion Starting a new workout regime.
"Heh, thanks for the clarification Jess. Also yeah, english is not my first language, like Shane here said."
Aug 31, 2013
Ivar Kauge replied to Ivar Kauge's discussion Starting a new workout regime.
"Thing is I can run 2 kilometres with out breaking a sweat. So thats why I wanted to turn the C25K into a more difficult task. But to keep it as a more like Cardio work out, assuming that is even needed.  Wait im acctually looking for is to…"
Aug 31, 2013
Miklos Hollender replied to Ivar Kauge's discussion Greetings from Eastern Europe
"Hello Ivar, Hungarian here, living in Austria. Nice to meet someone from roughly the same aprt of the world."
Aug 29, 2013
N. Vest replied to Ivar Kauge's discussion Starting a new workout regime.
"If you have access to them the mace, club and/or kettle bells can be great for core strength."
Aug 29, 2013
Tyler M. replied to Ivar Kauge's discussion Starting a new workout regime.
"For one, C25k is supposed to be a three day per week program. Doing it twice probably won't work out too well. I just started it this week myself. Shane has advised me to do C25k Every Monday, Wed, And Friday, and do Convict Conditioning (A…"
Aug 28, 2013
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Starting a new workout regime.

Hi all,As the title states, I´m going to start a new workout regime. I´ve read up about it and have come to the conclusion that i need to start off with mixed exercises. Since I do not have weights to work with, so I´ll have to get by by using my own weight for training.This is my current plan:Week 1:Day 1: Start with the Couch to 5k plan. With some modifications, as I´ve been running abit this summer. So I´ll probably start off from week 2 or so of the 5k plan.Day 2: Core exercises Like…See More
Aug 28, 2013

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Books, Music, Video Games
Books
Anything by Mr. Terry Pratchett, J.K Rowling, J.R.R. Tolkien and many others.
Movies
Pirates of the Carribean. And some others
Music
Anything goes, as long as I like it.
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"A mans true worth is not shown by how he treats his equals, but how he treats those below him."

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At 9:14am on August 21, 2013, stacy said…

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At 6:03pm on August 20, 2013, Fred S Davenport, Jr said…

Welcome to AoM, Ivar! I greatly enjoyed our convo this afternoon! Hope to "talk" some more soon.

 
 
 

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