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post #1741 of 4928 (permalink) Old 09-19-2011, 12:57 PM
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Seeing as i'm trying to get back to working out. Anybody know the best workouts possible for limited stuff at this point in time. Primarily for biceps, shoulders, upper body. (I play alot of football and have naturally large legs so that's not that much of a problem).

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Dumbells which I can change the weight on, but 20 kg max on each one.
Training bars that go over door frames, which you can do press ups with and stuff.
A training bench.
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Are you looking to add mass?

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Chin-ups and pull-ups. Try to make these the backbone of your workouts. Compliment with compound lifts like Presses and Rows. There's a host of compound lifts you can do with dumbbells. Hope 40 kg max takes some effort on your part. If they come easy, better invest in heavier weights. And if you still have gas in the tank afterwards, then work on the desired bodypart (which seems to be the biceps) with isolation exercises. A 3 or 4 day split should work. Bring in the food as well.

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If you want mass then go heavy weights, lower reps. Focus on compound lifts, i.e deadlifts, squats, bench press, bent-over rows. You will put on a lot of mass over 6 months doing this making sure you are eating 6-8 high protein meals and your routines are spot on.
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Pretty solid advice.

The key to ADDING mass is caloric surplus whilst controlling macro's and having a regular compound-heavy (as these guys have said) routine.

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If you want mass then go heavy weights, lower reps. Focus on compound lifts, i.e deadlifts, squats, bench press, bent-over rows. You will put on a lot of mass over 6 months doing this making sure you are eating 6-8 high protein meals and your routines are spot on.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I workout my chest, shoulders, biceps, triceps, legs, and do pullups about 5 days a week I spread it all out. I also do about 100 pushups on the side every other day just about. Incline and diamond pushups and about 100 a day. My question is...How ofton do you have to spread out pushups from your normal weight workout routine? Can you do pushups every other day or maybe even every day?
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I don't see the point of doing pushups if you're already doing compounds to work the chest, biceps & triceps. It's just overtraining.

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