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post #1881 of 4931 (permalink) Old 01-31-2012, 05:42 PM
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I've been going crazy at the gym lately. I have gone 11 days in a row and feel amazing. My routine goes like this
Monday: Back & Bis, High intensity cardio, abs
Tuesday: Chest and Tris, High intensity cardio, abs
Wednesday: Rest day, but I do low intensity cardio for about 40 minutes and abs
Thursday: Legs and Shoulders, High intensity cardio, abs
Repeat
I had a decent amount of muscle before I started this, but I am wondering if I keep going at this rate, how long will it take for me to get bigger?

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You're hindering your progress by doing that much, frankly. Take more rest days.

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You're hindering your progress by doing that much, frankly. Take more rest days.
I was talking to a trainer they told me, I can do cardio on my rest days, but I'm probably gonna tone it down to 5-6 days a week.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Going out to Walmart sometime this week and was thinking about vitamins/supplements. Last I was there I was looking at Spring Valley and some of the stuff they had sounded interesting.

I'm just trying to slim down and build muscle. 4-5 days a week I'm either lifting at the gym, running for 30 mins at home, or both. Anything anyone can suggest or should I stay away?

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I was talking to a trainer they told me, I can do cardio on my rest days, but I'm probably gonna tone it down to 5-6 days a week.
Doing weights any more than 4 is def overkill. Cardio is alright but I'd still add in two full rest days. No need to do abs every day either.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Also cardio hinders strength gains RKO, take at least 2 full rest days. Keep making sure you try and increase the volume of your training if you want to keep progressing. By volune i mean intensity.


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Also cardio hinders strength gains RKO, take at least 2 full rest days. Keep making sure you try and increase the volume of your training if you want to keep progressing. By volune i mean intensity.
By that I think he means perform your reps slower. Also, weighted pull up's/chin ups are excellent. You lift what, like 98% of your bodyweight w/out weights? Also, yeah, rest days are absolutely essential. As long as you're sore, you should rest. This way you don't over-exert or injure yourself. There's no benefit in trying to go beyond your body's limitations.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I want to switch protein. I heard good things about syntha 6. Has anyone ever tried it?

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The hell is a syntha 6? Seems there's always some new type of protein. Honestly, the experience varies. You'd be better of researching and reaching your own conclusions. Don't buy a more expensive protein just 'cause someone else recommends it.
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Apparently it helps build more muscle and helps with weight management which is always good when you are trying to bulk and not get a gut.

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