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post #1321 of 4931 (permalink) Old 02-21-2011, 11:55 AM
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Once i have to means to do squats and stuff i will, i don't have the moeny right now and i'm not in a exercise class. I might re-enroll in a core and conditioning class becuase we did a good amount of burbees there, even though i hated them but it's supposed to be a good exercise.

Also how much does jumping rope improve your jumping ability?
Jumping rope isn't going to aid in your search for a better vertical leap.

Where do you go to college? Most institutions have a recreational center or something along those lines. And, you can easily manage to do burpees at home, if you wanted to. Burpees do not require any equipment at all. Your floor or carpet is sufficient enough to get the job done.


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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

My college has a gym ,but i think you haveto be taking classes to be in there.


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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I changed my routine up. I have a rest day on Wednesday usually, or whenever I feel like it lol.
1)Biceps and Triceps Mon
2)Chest and Shoulders Tue
3)Legs and Back Thu

Repeat
This is with cardio and abs everyday. Should I keep it the way it is or change it? Thanks.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Biceps and Triceps day seems a waste. Shoulders, Back, Chest, Legs should be the main focus. That's 4 training days imo. Everything else can be supplemented w/ respect to needs.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

What do you mean? Don't I need to work those parts out to see more results?

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

You don't need to, necessarily. Isolation exercises are like simple carbs i.e. only do them if you think you deserve it. Most compound lifts will work your entire arms anyway, especially the biceps and triceps. If anything, deltoids deserve a little more attention but if you're like me and your deltoids are naturally big, then that won't be needed either.

Maximum amount of GHRH is released during Squats and Deadlifts, working the biggest muscles together. This is what stimulates the growth for the arms as well. Focus the majority of your training on the big muscle groups. The smaller ones will adapt to accommodate the strain.

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You don't need to, necessarily. Isolation exercises are like simple carbs i.e. only do them if you think you deserve it. Most compound lifts will work your entire arms anyway, especially the biceps and triceps. If anything, deltoids deserve a little more attention but if you're like me and your deltoids are naturally big, then that won't be needed either.

Maximum amount of GHRH is released during Squats and Deadlifts, working the biggest muscles together. This is what stimulates the growth for the arms as well. Focus the majority of your training on the big muscle groups. The smaller ones will adapt to accommodate the strain.
You got it dead on my friend.
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I hate squats.
I love squats.
Never have truer words been typed.

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Never have truer words been typed.
same thing ofr cardio for me
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Good for you man, of course if it's the athletic look you're going for.

I used to be a 300 lb fatass without any muscle, now I'm 240-250, pretty massive if I say so myself

Nah I'm just talkin shit, but it's obvious as pro wrestlers we're both going for different looks... you seem to be doing well with the quick paced athletic look.... i'm pretty close to achieving the look im going for



Of course I'm much taller than Tazz
You are not even half way close to having a physique like Tazz. Honestly, I doubt you ever will.
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