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Old 05-22-2010, 01:00 AM   #1001 (permalink)
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No I am actually pathetically weak, so its a struggle. I've got the determination to get this right though, so I want to eat right too. Barbell and dumbbell.
In the effort to keep you motivated, i should mention that my 12 year old nephew, who weighs 110lbs, can bench that 7 times after only working out for 2 months.

Just giving ya a hard time, but really though, if you got some more weights you'd shoot up in no time. If you cant buy any, grab some buckets or something and fill them with sand and hang them from the ends of the bar.
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Old 05-22-2010, 02:24 AM   #1002 (permalink)
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sugars are carbohydrates so either you weren't on a low carb diet (which is pretty bad and won't cause fat loss) or you were and you're just talking out of you ass during the 2nd part (which you are as well ). Breakdown of muscles is called catabolism, as opposed to anabolism which is the construction of molecules from their consituant parts. Metabolism is the general overview term that is for the chemical reactions that take place in the body, thus catabolism and anabolism are metabolic processes.

I lost fat and it was a low carb diet despite what you say.

So it's a metabolic reaction? - my "or something like that" should be an indicator that I wasn't fully up on the subject.

Not as if I'm trying to impress by 'talking out of my ass' just offering my opinion.
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Old 05-22-2010, 02:54 AM   #1003 (permalink)
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I lost fat and it was a low carb diet despite what you say.

So it's a metabolic reaction? - my "or something like that" should be an indicator that I wasn't fully up on the subject.

Not as if I'm trying to impress by 'talking out of my ass' just offering my opinion.
you lost weight, not necessarily fat.

relax dude, just poking fun. Its really only b/c you're a dirty Englishman who likes Dan Hardy
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Old 05-22-2010, 06:27 AM   #1004 (permalink)
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In the effort to keep you motivated, i should mention that my 12 year old nephew, who weighs 110lbs, can bench that 7 times after only working out for 2 months.
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haha dude, one of the chicks in my uni course has a 10RM of 50kg.
Heyyyy

Just kidding, cheers for both those posts, you're lucky that type of motivation helps I know I am incredibly weak but we all gotta start somewhere right?
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Old 05-22-2010, 08:14 AM   #1005 (permalink)
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Just kidding, cheers for both those posts, you're lucky that type of motivation helps I know I am incredibly weak but we all gotta start somewhere right?
You're right! Dude honestly i was in the same boat way back when i was your age. I had never really benched before and could only do 90 lbs a couple times when i started. And i naturally had a pretty wide build, and weighed like 180! lol. So that was extra bad. Trust me, the transition from what you are lifting now to doubling that weight isnt hard, its known as newbie gains where it'll seem like you're adding weight every workout. Thats how it was with me, after just a couple months i was doing 150.
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I don't have such a precise diet or workout regime. That doesn't mean I eat whatever shit I want, I'll just generally eat healthy with 5-6 small meals a day. My philosophy is that there have been strong men and good fighters throughout history and I doubt they all used a timetable. Hehe. =p

I do Muay Thai twice a week. Football ('soccer') Once. Lift weights and train cardio (skipping, running, hitting heavybag) on the other 4 days of the week.

I prefer the technical side of things to the lifting, but I like to keep strong and have a nice body haha.
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you lost weight, not necessarily fat.

relax dude, just poking fun. Its really only b/c you're a dirty Englishman who likes Dan Hardy
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You're right! Dude honestly i was in the same boat way back when i was your age. I had never really benched before and could only do 90 lbs a couple times when i started. And i naturally had a pretty wide build, and weighed like 180! lol. So that was extra bad. Trust me, the transition from what you are lifting now to doubling that weight isnt hard, its known as newbie gains where it'll seem like you're adding weight every workout. Thats how it was with me, after just a couple months i was doing 150.
Thanks for this, really helpful stuff. I'm going to make a vow to not post in this thread again until I've made more progress, then I can say I belong here
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Praise the lord for, Sticksy. Without him, this last page and a half has sucked.
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I just found this workout thread. It's pretty cool.

I wanted to ask what is the best way to lose fat from the stomach region in order to expose the packs? I do weight training 4 times a week, after each session I do a 15 minute intense cardio session. On my rest days I do some ab training at home. I only recently started the running and ab training, will this help me reach my goal?

I also need a better workout programme for my biceps and triceps. They grow quite slow. I am 5'11 and weigh 75kg, I think that's 165 lbs, or something to that effect and I am 21 years old. I started when I was 19 at which time I weighed 65kg or 143 lbs. My gains have really slowed down, This year I have grown muscle but my weight has only gone up by 2kg or something. I want to hit that 200 lbs area but I don't want to get fat hence the cardio/ab session that I have started.

Any advice on the above?

Also, Here are some basic stats for me just in case you're wondering. The weights below are my max weights but I never do all of my sets on the following weights. I usually do 4 sets and go up by 5kg each set. I usually end up doing my max during my third set, and go up on the last set by another 5kg so I end up doing my max weight + 5kg. However, this last set is usually me getting helped by my spotter a lot rather than the occassional help. I figure that the whole point is to make the muscle suffer so my last set is usually a killer set. I also do the occassional drop sets after the fourth set.

Squats; 100kg (220 lbs)
Chest; 80 kg (176 lbs)
Barbell Rows; 65kg (143 lbs)

I don't really do the deadlift, don't like it :P

EDIT:

Just to let you guys, if you want a new workout routine then get it from this site;

www.abcbodybuilding.com/

If you want to know how to do a certain exercise then find the exercise you want to learn about in this link

http://www.abcbodybuilding.com/animatedexercises.html

They have animations for most exercises. So if you want to know how to do the Dumbbell Shoulder Press then find it in the above link and click it. Here is the link to the shoulder press

http://www.abcbodybuilding.com/DumbellPresses/
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