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Old 09-30-2012, 01:43 PM   #2481 (permalink)
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Old 10-01-2012, 06:25 AM   #2482 (permalink)
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I'm someone who loves running outside and staying fit but lately there have been storms and I'm not able to, thinking of alternatives for the next few weeks and would doing jump rope at home have a good effect?

edit. Basically just curious if it's a good form of cardio?
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Yeah, anything that raises your heartrate is good.
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Old 10-01-2012, 09:43 AM   #2484 (permalink)
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Alright thanks for that, just wasn't completely sure.
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Old 10-01-2012, 09:46 AM   #2485 (permalink)
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Boxers do a ton of rope skipping for cardio. It's a pretty damn efficient method.
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Old 10-01-2012, 10:21 AM   #2486 (permalink)
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How are those workout program DVDs, actually? Like RUSHFIT, Insanity, etc. I've been looking to get back into shape after working so much, but I'm just not interested in going to the gym (I do have a YMCA membership - I go a few days a week). Thing is, I don't know where to start, I don't have a personal trainer or expert to help me out with goals and planning, but I do know what I want to do - get fit and conditioned enough for pro wrestling, since it's what I want to do. I also need to keep in shape for the duration of my adult life, or for as long as I can. Right now, I'm at 145 pounds and I'm 5'6. I'm not sure how much is muscle and how much is fat. Can't afford a doctor because I have no insurance, so I'm fucked when it comes to getting an opinion on that. I need some serious help because I'm at a loss on what to do.
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Tried out The Hodge Twins leg workout today and boy do I feel like a fucking moron now. Not doing leg extensions or leg curls again for a very long time. Seems like a waste of time after reading into it.

So I leg days what kind of exercises should I do? Deads, Squats and Leg Press...What other compound exercises can I do on leg days?
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All you need is Squats, Stiff Leg Deadlifts and Calve Raises. Done.
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I need some advice guys. i've been going to do the gym for awhile, all well and good. I go four times a week (2 upper and 2 lower body workouts) and i have a gym bike at home which i do 25 minutes every morning on. So i think as workouts i'm fine, but i can't seem to gain much in the way of bulk.

I' 5'10 and about 67kg (147 lbs), so any hints for a good muscle gain diet? Is it true that i should be gulfing down some protein within 30 minutes of my workout ending?
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That anabolic window is a bit of a myth. Obviously you'll want to be eating a high protein/carb meal post-workout but it makes no real odds if it's 10, 30 or 90 minutes after really. Sometimes it's getting on for a couple of hours before I have my main PW meal and my gains have been great.

Bulking is easy anyway. Just eat 250-500 calories over your maintenance. Trial and error till you're gaining 2-3lb a month.
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