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Working out with little time to spare - what makes most sense?
In my current job I don't have all that much time when I get home in the evening, but I'd like to work out at least a bit every second day or so. I try to spend 45-60 minutes on the exercise bike on Fridays and Sundays and I generally do crunches and pushups almost every evening, but I'd like to fit something in e.g. on Mondays and Wednesdays.
With half an hour to spare on those evenings, what kind of workout would make sense? Unfortunately I tend to sweat profusely pretty quickly, so half an hour on the bike would mean I'd have to have another 15-20 minutes to stop sweating before I could take a shower, because otherwise I just go back to transpiring heavily immediately after the shower.
Apart from the bike, I've got small weights and a pull-up bar to work with.
P.S.: I thought there was a Fitness thread in D&D, but I haven't been able to track one down that's current.
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