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If you dig around on www.crossfit.com and through their forums you will find a wealth of information on exercising with minimal equipment and on how to make your own equipment at minimal cost.
Apart from push-ups and sit-ups which I can find plenty info on, curious if is there is site or info for women on building arm and upper strength at home
mellian said:Beyond that, keeping up with some endurance and lower/core strength through derby practices, and this past month making a bigger effort of skating everywhere. Not sure how that will translate to running/jogging, but I know can skate average of 5 to 7 km in under 30 minutes. I may have to go skate at the F1 track at Jean-Drapeau to confirm.
armychick2009 said:I've been practicing the 13k and asked a few (male) friends how women seem to fare on these BFT (battle fitness tests).
armychick2009 said:They said that women are (typically) not as fast
armychick2009 said:they can go longer (at a more consistent pace) than the men before becoming fatigued.
armychick2009 said:I'm assuming if you're with a group, you all have to stick together anyways.
Loachman said:Decent, well-fitting footwear certainly helped as well.