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post #1511 of 4925 (permalink) Old 04-23-2011, 07:53 AM
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That is weight, not muscle. Hell, I could put 13 pounds of weight on in two weeks- anyone could.

But as the originals of this thread know, I am not a big fan of just trying to put on clean muscle if you're trying to actually get big.

Put thickness (combination of fat and muscle) on and then cut it to your desire.
No, some is fat, some is muscle. It's impossible to get bigger without putting on fat aswell. Anyone who trys to get lean and no fat is going down a very, very slow road.
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I've been doing P90X for just over a month now, with the clean diet and all and I must say the results in overall strength and athleticism have been great. I've been training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Muay Thai for a couple of years now as well. That's all basically my workouts throughout the week right now. P90X 7 days (rest day I stretch) and MMA on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
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No, some is fat, some is muscle. It's impossible to get bigger without putting on fat aswell. Anyone who trys to get lean and no fat is going down a very, very slow road.
but at that pace I would think most is fat
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Do many people here go to the gym as well as do yoga? I'd be really interested to find out what others are doing in regards to combining the two.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I've never done Yoga in my life, but I do martial arts.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Never done Yoga, probably not going to. Did a few years of Martial Arts as a kid but you can keep yourself flexible without it at home.

What sort of exercise would you suggest for bulking up your chest? I got a pretty flat chest compared to the rest of the body and want it to stick out more. Should I just eat more and then burn most of it off? I've heard also someone say that pushups with your fist is good for your chest.. but not to sure about that. Any pointers?

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Why would knuckle pushups be good for the chest?

Swear by the benchpress imo. Go really heavy. Best mass builder for the chest. Kinda obvious an answer though, isn't it?

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Yeah that was my reaction like what do the knuckle pushups have to do with anything though I did try them for a bit, felt it but no result.

Was hoping there was something else because that forces me to either go out and buy a bench press set for my room or get a gym membership which is a few hundred $ im someone that does it all by other means like go to a playground and do chin ups on the monkey bars and what-not.

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flat bench, incline bench, military press, chin/pull ups & dips are what you're looking for Harlem

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