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2004-01-11 03:47 UTC DDR Diet Notes 1

The DDR diet should be undertaken where possible on the ground floor. This will avoid the unfortunate death of anyone living below you. When this is not possible, play at reasonable times.

To stop your entheusiasm for the DDR Diet decreasing, attempt more difficult songs. When you start the DDR Diet (Which requires a games console, dance mat and a copy of a DDR game, and a tv, and the owner having legs...or arms I guess) you may find the dances difficult. Start off with the easy dances and progress up. When you are competent at doing any "3 foot" rated dance then progress onto the 4 foot dances. This is a significant increase in difficulty in my DDR game but with a little time and patience I hope to master the 4-foot dances and then continue to progress upwards.

There is a considerable benefit to be had from doing this with someone else. If you have any competitive nature between you then you will put the required effort into the dancing and improvement to keep getting better at the game.

My DDR Regime will consist of approximately 1 hour per day of dancing at weekends and 15-30 minutes od dancing per day. On weekdays dancing shall be undertaken before work (it's amazing how quickly I can go from zombie to fully awake when made to do a difficult dance straight out of bed) and then optionally some after work.

To increase the difficulty and improve the exercise undertaken I intend to purchase little wrist and ankle weights to wear whilst playing DDR.

Some of you may find this regime funny. Hilariously funny. I do too. However, in the future when people can pilot mechas you will find that the "historical documents" show people training for such things by exercising with weights and co-ordination (Gunbuster) and by co-ordinated dancemat training (Evangelion). Ok, so i'm not 14 ... i'm expecting the real world to be just slightly different.

My progress using the DDR Diet will be updated here as and when progress happens. I also appreciate that there really is very little "dieting" involved with the DDR diet. The name is really just there to sell the book when i'm a best selling author.

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