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post #2631 of 4928 (permalink) Old 10-18-2012, 11:17 AM
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^Was just using hacksquats as an example, never done them tbh so can't comment on awkwardness effect, although they don't really seem that bad at all. I'm more of a classical training type though, I barely ever use machines (thinking about smith machines in hacksquat case) unless its for leg extensions and lat pulldowns, although I wouldn't say no to them per se, just never used them in my routines done so far yet.

To add to your post, he should also post his stats, diet and bodytype. I remember when I was still a beginner and followed a mesomorph diet plan (not knowing between the difference of bodytypes at that type), still beeing 175 lbs and thinking 2500 kcals was enough for maintenance, lost 22 lbs (10 kilos) in the process during so-called maintenance in all of three months and looked borderline anorexic as a result.

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DnoD, do Starting Strength, eat +500 your maintainance and I promise you'll make gains accross the board.

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^Was just using hacksquats as an example, never done them tbh so can't comment on awkwardness effect, although they don't really seem that bad at all.
Just throwing my 2 cents in. I find them awkward, but thats just me.


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I'm in the 'fuck hack squats' camp too. Shit wrecks my calves.

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Stepped up my cardio, hammies are getting really fucking tight.

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is it fine to train on a sunday then on a monday have a 2 day break then train on a thursday then a friday, however i also do ju jitsu and football on a wednesday and football on a sunday and cycling in-between.

my gym sessions on a sunday and thursday are 45 min to an hour while my other two are 1hr 10m to 1hr 30m, so i raise the intensity on the second of the two days, i don't have specific training days like upper body, then lower body, i mix it all in together (toning, core training freeweights etc). i also don't take any supplements, and i am 18 yrs old.

just want to know so i know if i am building muscles, and not overtraining or over trying. Any advice would be great

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But seriously, I never train two days in a row from a strength perspective. However, it depends on your setup. If you're doing a light day followed by a heavy day, then I think you could make that work as you've got in a few days of rest after that. I'd never do two high intensity days together though. That's asking for injury and sluggish performance. I'd only ever do 3 days of all-body routine a week too. Four is excessive.

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Two days in a row is ok if you do legs one day and any upper body work the next day as they don't stand each other in their way (hence why I do legs twice per week without problems minus the deadlifting issue), obviously once a week. It depends if you're working out 3 or 4 days a week I guess.

Didn't get the part with randomly doing upper and lower body exercises the same though, WTF? And what the hell is toning supposed to be in the gym unless you're talking cardio? Better eat good food instead of taking some (obvious) broscience "workout tips". I mean I know people who do random exercises for "workouts" sake, I've never seen one of them looking decent or really fit though unless you count anorexic looking 140 lbs guys with abs fit. Better workout one bodypart well than halfassing two or more bodyparts.
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'heavy deadlifts, squats, and presses 3 times a week doesnt sound as cool as 5 day min/max hypertrophy split using HIT-7 meso-cycles across a pre-anabolic maximal load.'

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