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Old 02-22-2009, 04:43 AM   #131 (permalink)
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At my old Muat Tai gym,the instructor used to end the session with twenty minutes of one squat-one push up- one sit up. It was a nightmare
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Old 02-22-2009, 10:18 AM   #132 (permalink)
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-Cardio should be a focal point of your routine. In order to look lean you'll have to maintain the upkeep in order to stay lean which entails plenty of cardio. 20-30 minutes a day of moderate or high intensity should be fine for you.
I agree with cardio being important, but high intensity cardio burns muscle not fat. You have to do longer periods of low intensity cardio to stay lean. If you do 30 minutes of high itnensity, you are hindering your progress.

As far as training abs. If you are doing things like squats, or off balance weight exercises then you are training your abs already.

If you really want to lose fat, and keep muscle look into the Dave Palumbo cutting diet. I have used it, and saw insane results. Lots of people use it for getting ready for competition to lose down to 3% body fat, but keep their physique. It's tough to follow, but worth it.
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Old 02-22-2009, 10:26 AM   #133 (permalink)
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I've decided it's D-Bol time! Anybody have a good online source? I'd rather do that than go through the sketchballs I know.
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Old 02-22-2009, 10:44 AM   #134 (permalink)
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I've done research on popular workout supplements and there can bad effects after using creatine. Just depends how you use it.

Just stay away from all of that stuff imo. Just eat good and eat as much protein as your body can handle.
Creatine is one of the best supplements on the market. All it does is make you retain an extra bit of water.

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-Train abs 3 - 5 times a week depending on the intensity.

-Cardio should be a focal point of your routine. In order to look lean you'll have to maintain the upkeep in order to stay lean which entails plenty of cardio. 20-30 minutes a day of moderate or high intensity should be fine for you.

-Moderate protein, low carbs, low fat for your macros.
Abs 2-3 times a week, at the most. Your abs are just like your calves and forearms, they rejuvenate a lot more quickly than the rest of your muscles.

Macros all depend on the person.

I suggest 40% Protein/40% Carbs/ 20% Fat
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Old 02-22-2009, 05:18 PM   #135 (permalink)
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I agree with cardio being important, but high intensity cardio burns muscle not fat. You have to do longer periods of low intensity cardio to stay lean. If you do 30 minutes of high itnensity, you are hindering your progress.
That's completely 100% false. You burn your carbs first, then your fat, then your muscle mass. Which is why you lift first rather than run first. The lifting will burn your carbs, the high intensity cardio session will burn the fat.

Also, why in the fuck would you want to do an extra 30 minutes of cardio when you could do the same amount of work in a lesser amount of time? That makes no sense at all. Time is an important element. If you're not sweating and working hard then why work out in the first place?

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Abs 2-3 times a week, at the most. Your abs are just like your calves and forearms, they rejuvenate a lot more quickly than the rest of your muscles.

Macros all depend on the person.

I suggest 40% Protein/40% Carbs/ 20% Fat
Right. Abs have the ability genetically to recover faster which is why you can train em' from 3-5 times a week depending on the intensity. Same principles as any other muscle really. If you hit your chest or legs hard on Monday and you're hella sore the next day, then you definitely shouldn't do it again on Wednesday.

You're right on the macros. It does depend on the person. I'm just saying what worked best for me was moderate protein/low carbs/low fat. My body stores carbs as fat which is a damn shame, my metabolism sucks.

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I don't ever really feel like going to the gym. Usually all I do as a workout are 45 push ups and sit ups, and ride my bike sometimes.
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Old 02-22-2009, 05:43 PM   #137 (permalink)
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That's completely 100% false. You burn your carbs first, then your fat, then your muscle mass. Which is why you lift first rather than run first. The lifting will burn your carbs, the high intensity cardio session will burn the fat.

Also, why in the fuck would you want to do an extra 30 minutes of cardio when you could do the same amount of work in a lesser amount of time? That makes no sense at all. Time is an important element. If you're not sweating and working hard then why work out in the first place?
Actually your wrong here. High intense cardio is bad because you already used your glucose during your weight work out. You are burning through your muscle by doing high intense cardio. Why do you think cardio equipment always has fat burning zone listed at low heart rates?

You don't really start burning anything until 30 minutes in of cardio. Your high intensity should be your weight work out. If you have enough energy to do high itensity cardio, then you didn't hit the weights hard enough.
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Old 02-22-2009, 06:11 PM   #138 (permalink)
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Actually your wrong here. High intense cardio is bad because you already used your glucose during your weight work out. You are burning through your muscle by doing high intense cardio. Why do you think cardio equipment always has fat burning zone listed at low heart rates?

You don't really start burning anything until 30 minutes in of cardio. Your high intensity should be your weight work out. If you have enough energy to do high itensity cardio, then you didn't hit the weights hard enough.
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You're not necessarily burning your muscle. You're burning fat along with other sources during high intensity cardio. Did you read that article at all?

Both elements of cardio has its benefits in their own ways. I much prefer high intensity because it burns more calories (fat, carbs, etc,.) rather than burning just straight up fat or carbs in a much longer time period.

It sounds good but it's impractical.
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Did skull crushers for the first time today. Fuck me I sure felt it, definitely something I shall add to my routine.
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Did skull crushers for the first time today. Fuck me I sure felt it, definitely something I shall add to my routine.
Make sure you really control the movement otherwise you'll find out why the are called skull crushers.
Close grip bench presses work the triceps very well.
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