04:49 - Redn1ght Closest thing to death I've felt was when I had to do some badass-level ab workouts in TKD class. xD (I wasn't as fit back then.)
04:44 - Dima We did it for an 1hr straight. Team ran a square route in a 2 line formation. The 2 people at the front would sprind around the square to reach the back of the line. It was closest thing to death i've felt but worth it big time
04:42 - Dima That's what we did for football training. We got fit abnormally quickly. Though, you likelywon't last as long as you could because you don't have a coach getting ready to let his lungs off at you if you quit.
04:36 - Redn1ght Something like what I was implying, short laps equivalent of that length. It's only good for endurance once you got basics down. :P
04:35 - Dima jogging on its own is pretty gheeyyy imo. Based on my expereience, sprint jog interval training is much more beneficial.
04:28 - Redn1ght What I've found is that doing it in short sets gets better result than long ones, like not 1 hour runs but rather shorter runs that equal to the same distance.
04:16 - !J.O.O.E.! My diet was terrible, though under 2500 calories. And I've never been overweight. Well within my BMI.
"Punk's Not Dead", a brand-new song from UK's blackened thrash metallers Venom can now be streamed in the YouTube-video below.
"Punk's Not Dead" comes off the band's upcoming album Fallen Angels, which is set to be released on November 28th via Spinefarm Records/Universal. More album details were previously reported here and here.
Both the Venom and Exploited songs are great, but I have to question why a band like Venom would be writing such a song.
That's because punk has a big influence in metal. Only a poser would make such a stupid question.
I realize that, but you don't see other Metal bands writing about punk. Usually they just cover a punk song or something. Deep Purple doesn't write songs about classical music, Black Sabbath doesn't write about the blues, and so forth. It just seems rather odd to me.