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Old 06-08-2012, 08:22 PM   #2071 (permalink)
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First day at gym, I've spent most of the past year just running to stay in shape. Today was my first day of lifting. Starting strength, lol. God I'm weak. Kind of discouraging.

100 lb bench press MAX
165 squat, might be able to go higher than that, idk

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What you can do is lift that weight slower to increase the tension.
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Old 06-09-2012, 12:47 AM   #2072 (permalink)
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Or alternates with isometrics. I realize it works differently for different people, but I've gotten massive gains with isometrics these past four months.
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Old 06-09-2012, 11:10 AM   #2073 (permalink)
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Buy weights.
What would you suggest for someone who's already kind of bulky, not fat but stocky, and just wants to tone up a bit? Lower weights more reps I heard?
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Yes that would tone you up. However, my suggestion would actually be to gain more weight. The fat you have can be converted into muscle and that muscle will help burn fat, and ideally you could get to around the same weight, just a leaner version.
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Old 06-09-2012, 11:18 AM   #2075 (permalink)
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Yes that would tone you up. However, my suggestion would actually be to gain more weight. The fat you have can be converted into muscle and that muscle will help burn fat, and ideally you could get to around the same weight, just a leaner version.
Fat cannot be converted to muscle. Fat is a seperate molecule and doesn't magically transform into muscle through diet or exercise.
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lol fat turning into muscle. Really?
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What would you suggest for someone who's already kind of bulky, not fat but stocky, and just wants to tone up a bit? Lower weights more reps I heard?
Nah, don't like the lower weights recommendations. Go for heavy weights but under a controlled diet. The diet alone will help you shed the fat, while the weights help you keep your muscle.
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Fat cannot be converted to muscle. Fat is a seperate molecule and doesn't magically transform into muscle through diet or exercise.
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Nah, don't like the lower weights recommendations. Go for heavy weights but under a controlled diet. The diet alone will help you shed the fat, while the weights help you keep your muscle.
a million times this. In fact, I'd go as far as saying, you could do 1 full body workout per week, but if you have a sparkling diet, you'll still be ripped. Diet is 100% of the battle IMO. Hence I am trying to get into the Nutrition field.
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Old 06-09-2012, 12:40 PM   #2079 (permalink)
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diet is about 70% imo. I mean you can be lean but not really ripped with diet alone. I don't count those razor skinny blokes as being ripped (abs on a skinny bloke don't count )

i went the other way than the nutrition field, did my bachelors in exercise physiology which is basically using exercise to treat chronic disease and the like.
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diet is about 70% imo. I mean you can be lean but not really ripped with diet alone. I don't count those razor skinny blokes as being ripped (abs on a skinny bloke don't count )

i went the other way than the nutrition field, did my bachelors in exercise physiology which is basically using exercise to treat chronic disease and the like.
So did John Cena! Oh My God, are you John Cena!

I started into Dietitics, but it was way too much science and more along being in the medical portion. So I just switched this summer and have only a year left of classes for Nutrition now. I was able to drop like 5 biology/chemistry classes.

But I'm also doubling in Economics, and hope to get some actual corporate health job where I can tell a lot of people how to eat. So much to learn first though.
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