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you're overtraining on bench

1xhigh intensity a week is fine, 2x is pushing it unless you're new to lifting, 4x is wayyyyyyyyy too much.

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also soreness next day =/= sign of good previous workout

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push ups are gay

incline bench, push press, military, lateral raises are good deltoid excersises
Pushups are a well respected compound exercise throughout many fitness and bodybuilding circles. There is a reason branches of the military include them in their fitness tests. They're not exceptional for building mass, but they offer many variations and can shape well formed pectorals while increasing muscular strength and stamina.

Besides, Greg Plitt, world renowned fitness model and former Army Ranger, disagrees. As does Herschel Walker, who did nothing but pushups and situps prior to attending college at Georgia enroute to one of the greatest collegiate football careers in history.
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you're overtraining on bench

1xhigh intensity a week is fine, 2x is pushing it unless you're new to lifting, 4x is wayyyyyyyyy too much.

protein shakers : yes if you can't reach your macros with whole foods

one of the best supps along w/ bcaa, omega3 and vit d

also soreness next day =/= sign of good previous workout
Eesh, thanks, so that's probably why I couldn't keep up as days went by like I wish I would. I'm overdoing it I see, thanks man. Going to reduce on bench-pressing, and going to do do some jogging instead then.

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never thought so many would get sensitive over an obvious joke

push up defence league up in this here bitch

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never thought so many would get sensitive over an obvious joke

push up defence league up in this here bitch
sorry but you can't really tell when you can't see a facial expression or tone of voice, tried some of the deltoid exercises by the way spilt them up into anterior lateral and posterior

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Any help here guys?

I just want to get a more athletic look, not body building, similar to the Cam Gidandet look in Never Back Down. Speaking of films, how amazing is the Warrior?!

I don't have access to a gym atm and that will be hopefully changing soon.

I'm 17 and I would regard myself as decent shape. I saw some posts about BF% I am quite slim and can see some definition of the abs just by my weight.

At the moment, I can do around 30 press ups in one go.

I'm just wondering if you guys have any tips for things I can do at home to get myself going before I join a gym?

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I would suggest getting your diet and sleeping patterns right as lifting weights is only part of the deal. As far as diet goes eat foods that are rich in protein and low carbs, e.g. fish, chicken, lean meat, also eat fruit, try to avoid fatty foods. You are limited to what you can do at home but Situps, calf raises, stomach crunches, dips and of course pushups help. Also make sure you stretch to get your flexability. I would recommend going to the gym, as you're limited to what you can do at home. If you do go to the gym don't go overboard with the weight as you said you want an atheltic look, so go low weight high reps and just concentrate on getting your form right. e.g. tense your abs, keep your back straight etc.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Thanks, I really appreciate it. I already eat reasonably healthy, I don't drink fizzy juice or anything, only water, I eat fruit and I do eat chicken and meat, but I'll try to work some fish in.

Yeah I'll try and join a gym as soon as possible, just a matter of scraping the funds together (I never ask my parents for money or anything haha)

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Another thing I would suggest is not to overdo it.I see a lot of people when they start at a gym are over-enthusiastic and train too hard and burn themselves out. Doing a 30-45 minute session 3 times a week is sufficient. Don't expect to see magical results straight away, be patient. If you work hard in the first couple of months, you'll see results.

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Any help here guys?

I just want to get a more athletic look, not body building, similar to the Cam Gidandet look in Never Back Down. Speaking of films, how amazing is the Warrior?!

I don't have access to a gym atm and that will be hopefully changing soon.

I'm 17 and I would regard myself as decent shape. I saw some posts about BF% I am quite slim and can see some definition of the abs just by my weight.

At the moment, I can do around 30 press ups in one go.

I'm just wondering if you guys have any tips for things I can do at home to get myself going before I join a gym?

Thanks!
Never forget that a true athletic look includes defined legs. You don't want to be wearing sweatpants to the gym during Summer. Make sure to include forward and reverse continuous walking lunges and prisoner squats.

When you finally do get a gym membership, strive to look like Tom Platz, not this douche.



As far as pushups go, Stew Smith's program really helped me on that prior to my basic training.

http://www.stewsmith.com/linkpages/pushuppush.htm
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