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I lift weights but I'm no weight lifter.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Well, I do OL so I guess by verbage (referred to as olympic lifting or just weightlifting), I am a weightlifter? Though I wouldn't designate myself as one.

And who cares? Why get so literal with the term? It's only another label society places on you.


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This might be a silly question.

There's some dumbells and a pull up bar in my house. Is it OK if I do a full body (beginner) workout 2 times a week? I'm not really dedicated to getting RIPPED. I just want to stay healthy is all. I don't have time for a 3 time routine because I'm an assistant at a supermarket and I don't want to have a bad case of DOMS whilst holding crates of fragile shit.

Like I said, I'm not interested in looking like Ryan Reynolds. I'm just wondering if there's any point to lifting now and then.
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Yeah.

Anything is always better than nothing. Pull Up's are also extremely good.

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Cheers. Sorry if it sounded weird. My sleeping pattern is kind of fucked all the time because I work night shifts so a regular routine is hard. I'm sure a lot of guys have done it before, but ya know...I ain't that dedicated. I can't really seem to find a website that doesn't expect you to put your heart and soul into getting in shape, although I do respect those that stick with it.

As for diet, I'm not dedicated enough for the six small meal and caloric deficit thing too. I do stick to the choices that your usual healthy person would make: brown bread instead of white, fruit and veg every day, no junk food asides from pizza once a week and a candy bar now and then, water all the time. Any tips on improving anymore?
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Sounds fine man.

Eat good and do what you can. A lot of people are in good shape doing this.

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Well somebody who says "I lift weights" and only does pushups everyday than tells somebody there workout routine, I'm sure there going to be disappointed finding out you only do pushups which is completely not a workout schedule. Weight lifters can be categorized to me as somebody who lift consistently four to five days a week different body parts. I don't think there's any problem with using machines, I actually think machines work very well for working certains aspects of the body such as abs but I think everybody should experience both free weights and machines and whichever one they prefer is personal preference. I prefer free weights because they put a little more pressure on you when you are lifting and I think ultimately makes you stronger than using machines but I have no problem using either one.
When did I say I workout? I get this is a workout thread and all, but I just stated I've been doing pushups and that's it and when I said I laugh at people who say muscle gain isn't possible without lifting, I mean every word of it.

BTW, gaining muscle is only possible through some sort of workout, so yeah pushups are a workout.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Didn't read the whole thread, but I was wondering if you guys can help me out.

I've been training in a gym since May. Been mostly doing cardio but as of last month, I started training on the machines (shoulders, arms, legs, back). Even though I don't consider myself as an obese or fat person, my main objective is to lose my belly fat. It's not big, but it's there and I don't want it!

So I was wondering what's the most effective way of losing weight? I run about 20 minutes on constant speed on the treadmill, sometimes 30, by taking breaks at every 10 minutes. Then, I start training my muscles on the machines for about 40 minutes. Should I run more? Also, what should I eat before or after training?

I'm about 1.65m, weight 160 lbs.


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You're lifting your own body weight.
I'll be honest I don't know shit about weights, but you're telling me weights will give me better results, but let's say I get 30 pound dumbbells, how can they possibly help me more than doing pushups? when I'm lifting more doing pushups (160 lbs, my weight).

I would think lifting 160 pounds would be better than 30 pounds, right?

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