On a Computer related course and achieved a 2:1.
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At the college I went to I'd say 20-30% of the males lifted weights or did some sport regularly
its not a big accomplishment
He means non-stop, during class, while coding, and especially during finals.
i managed to graduate while lifting weights, abusing drugs, and working 2 jobs
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Uh, I got bad news for you, from someone who recently graduated-
I never had more time for lifting weights than I did in college. I had so few responsibilities and so much free time.
Now- Lifting while working 40+ hours a week and trying to get into grad school... that's hard.
Which is why I quit working.
exactlyOriginally Posted by DenimDemon
i remember the good ol' days of popping into the gym at 2pm
I double majored in Bio Sci and Computer Engineering and lifted. Not much of an accomplishment...it's just 1 hour out of my day to hit the university rec center.
"I tried so hard and got so far, but in the end, it doesn't even matter." - Linkin Park
I can pop into the gym anytime i like, i'm in university. I need a Job thoe. And i'll sitll be popping in the gym any time i like.
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I haven't graduated yet, but I'm thinking along the exact same lines.Originally Posted by DenimDemon
im half way done well almost half way
Yea, i dunno im not particulary proud of myself for being able to lift and go to school. It doesn't seem to crazy.
Maybe if I had like 4 majors I'd be more proud of myself.
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I never have time to lift now that I'm a grown up.
Originally Posted by galileo
When did you go and grow up on us?
Trauma #319 of this year.Originally Posted by Mik
Yeah, sorry dude.
As best as I can tell, the real world sucks major ass.
Enjoy college while it lasts.
Then go to grad school. You can string it out until you're 30 or so.Originally Posted by DenimDemon
i schedule all my classes in the afternoon so i can go to the gym early in the morn..
before any one does go..
body first. school second
see how that works out for me hahah
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That's the plan.Originally Posted by MixmasterNash
lifting isn't something I just do for fun, it's part of my life. I don't ever plan on stopping working out...
Nor do most people. It's just it gets tougher to find time when you're working 12 hours/day, as opposed to going to class for 3.Originally Posted by GMCtrk
I am the kind of person, that if I worked 12 hours a day, I would go to the gym at midnight.Originally Posted by Vido
It's not not odd for me to leave home at 7am and get home at 9 or 10pm.
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Problem is with that, you end up with no time to sleep, and when you're lifting weights you need sleep. I get up at 5am for work, and don't get home till 8pm, which leaves 9 hours, not really enough for a workout and a decent night's sleep, not to mention time for preparing meals, cleaning, laundry etc.
Whoever invented 12 hour shifts must have been on crack.