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What about the rest of your routine?
Ermm all I really do is 3 sets of 16 KG dumbell curls (till the point of musclar failur in each arm). Chin ups on pull up bar, press ups, diamond press ups, front raises that work the shoulders and sit ups.

Each of these untill I can't go anymore. Not exactly a bodybuilder just trying to maintian good shape.

Not exactly a routine though.

* Although the front raises are annoying as my hand grip wear out before my muscles do.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

why do the bicep curls?


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Yeah, do a real routine.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I've been doing pushups the past two weeks, every other day and I'm seeing results, there pretty good.

I've been doing about 150 pushups every other day.

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Yeah, do a real routine.

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Someone write me up a cardio only (weights later plz) weight loss routine. I know what to eat, I just don't know what a good starting place is for exercise. I'm looking to lose, I dunno, 20 pounds.
It really doesn't matter. You can jog up and down steps, do mountain climbers, jumping jacks.. anything that keeps your heart rate up. What I would do is pick 3 or 4 exercises (you can research) and do them at set intervals at different speeds. So one minute you could be walking and the next you could be jogging at a fast pace. This way you trick your body and get more done in a shorter amount of time. But don't overdo it. If you're out of breath, take a break. Do some stretches in between and drink water.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

What are some things to help me out with my vertical? Nothing equipment related, stuff I can do inside/outside.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I though it would be interesting to post my routine. When I decided to lose weight (i gained tones of weight back in college where all I did was go out and eat junk food and not excercise). After I was going to transfer (to the Uni) I was committed to lose weight since it was going to be an experience to meet new people (girls ). I basically did insanity (modified) and was losing weight, but very slowly I later realize what was my problems I was eating the same way. I changed my diet and kept doing insanity and man did I notice weight loss I started off at 233 lbs and now I am 193. I literally lost 40 pounds and feels amazing. I have kept doing the exercises and eat well (i won't leave junk food we only live life ones so once in a while you have to spoil yourself). Just try not to eat at nights if you do something light.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

What are you guys thoughts on ankle weights? I do jumproping for cardio everyday and I decided I might start putting on ankle weights while I do them. I'm only a little bit hesitant because some people have told me it will negatively effect your knees. Is this rumor true? Or should I just go for it and FIND OUT THE HARD WAY?
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What are some things to help me out with my vertical? Nothing equipment related, stuff I can do inside/outside.
plyometric ie. tuck jumps, depth jumps.

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What are you guys thoughts on ankle weights? I do jumproping for cardio everyday and I decided I might start putting on ankle weights while I do them. I'm only a little bit hesitant because some people have told me it will negatively effect your knees. Is this rumor true? Or should I just go for it and FIND OUT THE HARD WAY?
what are your goals? if its just to lose weight, get fitter i wouldn't wear them. If its to get more power/explosive movements then yeah, go for it.


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