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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

There's no reason why you shouldn't fix your diet and start an exercise program from Day 1.

I presume you mean weights by the way. In which case, starting on weights & sorting diet will get you the fat loss (provided you eat at deficit obv) anyway, whilst giving you the added benefit of strength gains which will help you when you go to bulk down the line.

For what it's worth, when I started, I had a terrible diet and was skinny fat. I started smashing the iron, got my calories in order and dropped 25lb of fat, then I bulked.

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There's no reason why you shouldn't fix your diet and start an exercise program from Day 1.

I presume you mean weights by the way. In which case, starting on weights & sorting diet will get you the fat loss (provided you eat at deficit obv) anyway, whilst giving you the added benefit of strength gains which will help you when you go to bulk down the line.

For what it's worth, when I started, I had a terrible diet and was skinny fat. I started smashing the iron, got my calories in order and dropped 25lb of fat, then I bulked.

If I misinterpreted your question, it's because you were too vague, but I think I got it.

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There's no reason why you shouldn't fix your diet and start an exercise program from Day 1.

I presume you mean weights by the way. In which case, starting on weights & sorting diet will get you the fat loss (provided you eat at deficit obv) anyway, whilst giving you the added benefit of strength gains which will help you when you go to bulk down the line.

For what it's worth, when I started, I had a terrible diet and was skinny fat. I started smashing the iron, got my calories in order and dropped 25lb of fat, then I bulked.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

What exercises are best for working triceps? All I'm doing at the moment is the rope pulldown and tricep dips, I never really get pain in my triceps after. Can anyone provide links to videos showing the best ones and how they're done?
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Pain isn't an indication of performing an exercise correctly.


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Ah okay, just I've noticed over the past month and a half my chest, shoulders, back and biceps are a lot bigger, not really sure about legs (I only do squats) but my triceps are still the same.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Focus on the negative movements for tris. Like on heavy barbell curls (best single upper body compound IMO), on the downwards movement, slow it the fuck down.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

dips, close grip bench press, skullcrushers. all good ways to go for triceps.


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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

How do you work out how muc hyou should use for say plate lifts and one legged dumbell rows etc? i dont wanna start with some thing thats to light or heavy, i presume something i can lift to about 15/16 reps per set? Is it just trial and error til ifind a suitable one to begin with?


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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Yes.

Start light and you'll know by feel. Spend a week finding your ranges and start the week after.

15/16 reps is too high also. Aim for 6-8 for most lifts.

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