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Old 06-10-2012, 11:54 AM   #2091 (permalink)
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Yeah. I hate rest days or having to avoid an injured muscle. I busted up my left shin and dead lifting with the bar so close to my shin) was a complete bitch for a month.

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Old 06-10-2012, 12:01 PM   #2092 (permalink)
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worst is when you fuck up one quad playing sport so no squats/leg press/lunges/etc. thats a pain.
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Old 06-10-2012, 12:27 PM   #2093 (permalink)
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Honestly, eating alot of grilled chicken helped me lose weight. About 15 months ago I weighed 200. Now I weigh 180, with lean muscle. You just have to stay committed and do cardio. Cardio is key. It sped up my metabolism so much.
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Old 06-10-2012, 01:35 PM   #2094 (permalink)
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Yeah. I hate rest days or having to avoid an injured muscle. I busted up my left shin and dead lifting with the bar so close to my shin) was a complete bitch for a month.

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I thought I could get away doing biceps the other day with my injured tricep. I picked up the barbell with no weights. Tried one curl, put it down.... wasn't happening. Looking to cut to 165 by August, 175 now.
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Old 06-13-2012, 09:55 AM   #2095 (permalink)
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I'm fairly overweight and I'm looking for a regime that will get me into shape without excessive dieting.

I have my own home gym that has a treadmill, a bicycle, a standard weight set with a few different options and a bench. I usually do 12-14 minutes of jogging, then move to some incline fast paced walking, then once I'm tired from that I do shoulders, 3 reps of about 11-12 on a weight level that pushes me to the limit. I do a few leg lifts (or whatever they're called, about 3 reps of 10 - I have bad knees hopefully this will strengthen this). After that I do around 70-80 odd ab crunches. Am I doing a workout that will help me to shed some kilos? I have been slightly watching what I've been eating, and will probably be able to do a workout nearly everyday, if not every 2 days. Should I add anything in for fast weight loss? Perhaps do some more weights?
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Old 06-13-2012, 10:07 AM   #2096 (permalink)
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What's your weight? And how much do you eat per day?
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Old 06-13-2012, 11:46 AM   #2097 (permalink)
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I'm 5'10, 150 pounds, more on the chubbier side with some puppy fat. Looking to lose the fat and tone up a little bit but in terms of the exercise, I'm not sure what order to do the things in. I'm not bothered about my weight as a number it's more my appearance, so if I stay the same weight but it's weight from muscle, that's no problem.

But yeah, the question; do I lose the fat with a lot of cardio and basic weight loss exercises AND then do the weights to bulk up, or vice versa? Or would it be best to do alternating workouts (monday = weight loss, tuesday = muscle gain, wednesday = weight loss etc.)? Obviously I'm going to be improving my diet, I've got that sorted and I know what I'm doing, it's the exercise I'm asking about.
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Old 06-13-2012, 01:17 PM   #2098 (permalink)
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Start lifting, while monitoring your diet.
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Old 06-13-2012, 02:22 PM   #2099 (permalink)
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I'm fairly overweight and I'm looking for a regime that will get me into shape without excessive dieting.

I have my own home gym that has a treadmill, a bicycle, a standard weight set with a few different options and a bench. I usually do 12-14 minutes of jogging, then move to some incline fast paced walking, then once I'm tired from that I do shoulders, 3 reps of about 11-12 on a weight level that pushes me to the limit. I do a few leg lifts (or whatever they're called, about 3 reps of 10 - I have bad knees hopefully this will strengthen this). After that I do around 70-80 odd ab crunches. Am I doing a workout that will help me to shed some kilos? I have been slightly watching what I've been eating, and will probably be able to do a workout nearly everyday, if not every 2 days. Should I add anything in for fast weight loss? Perhaps do some more weights?
Take it from me bud, I was overweight from the age of 8. No lie. Then by the time I was about 11 or 12 I just started to lose weight- a lot of it. How? Just dieting. I cut the shit out. I never lifted a finger (unless pressing the x button repeatedly on my PS2 counts) and I lost a ton of weight.

I still had some fat around my stomach and well shit, man boobs but by the time I was 15 I started exercising regularly and now I'm a skinny fuck.
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Old 06-13-2012, 02:57 PM   #2100 (permalink)
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I lift more often than i do cardio but i like to switch up my routine a bit.

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Take it from me bud, I was overweight from the age of 8. No lie. Then by the time I was about 11 or 12 I just started to lose weight- a lot of it. How? Just dieting. I cut the shit out. I never lifted a finger (unless pressing the x button repeatedly on my PS2 counts) and I lost a ton of weight.

I still had some fat around my stomach and well shit, man boobs but by the time I was 15 I started exercising regularly and now I'm a skinny fuck.
there's this thing called puberty. helps a lot with that
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