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Old 10-18-2012, 11:57 AM   #2641 (permalink)
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Not doing enough exercises? I thought that was bogus and plus starting strength is like 4/5 exercises right? I'm doing more than that. And I can't use barbells for a while, which sucks, and is probably why I am not consistent with squats/deadlifts cos dumbbells are annoying for them. That's the only thing I mean by not in a proper routine, but like I said surely not doing them is the problem? I was doing 3/4 * 8, because I thought it was good, and everyone else I've asked said do 8.
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Old 10-18-2012, 11:58 AM   #2642 (permalink)
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He meant not doing enough as in you're not consistent.

Get a barbell.
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Nah, get a gym membership instead.
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Old 10-18-2012, 12:47 PM   #2644 (permalink)
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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.
when i say toning i mean press ups sit ups leg raises and adapted versions (you're toning defining your body in a sense), and i do proper exercises on upper and lower body i just do them together rather on separate nights, don't have time to spilt them up, i just assumed if i worked out 2 nights on a row and then had 2 nights rest i would be ok, and when it comes to diet i have a lot of milk, white meats, red meats and fruit and veg, no protein shakes or roids.
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when i say toning i mean press ups sit ups leg raises and adapted versions (you're toning defining your body in a sense)
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Guess we still need to clear up BASIC things for beginners here.

You can either gain muscle, or lose fat, there's no inbetween such as toning muscle. You can "tone" if your bodyweight gets lower (bodyfat wise) or stays the same while the bodyfat drops (which means muscle gains). You will never get 200 lbs and below 10% if you just hit the light weights and do shitty abs exercises, neglecting legs and any logical intesity and rep-range. Your muscles only grow if you give them stimulation to do so, so if you only go light, why should your muscles think they have any reason to grow? Better tren hard and eat clen instead of training hard and eating clean if that's your philosophy.

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^ strong post is strong

beginners should bookmark that and realise that the only way to get anywhere is to keep it simple, eat smart and train heavy.

toning and all this gay broscience where you worry about every little detail will get you nowhere.
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lol, broscience.

hey iSe, if it's not too much to ask can you do a guide to gaining fat/muscle for the skinny tall dudes out there (like me or EGame) I can easily digest your posts without having to read it over and over to fully understand. Or just link if you've already made a post similar to what I'm looking for.

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I have a gym membership but I have to wait before I can use the barbells, I could buy a bench, barbell set etc or I could wait and make do with dumbbells.
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Not doing enough exercises? I thought that was bogus and plus starting strength is like 4/5 exercises right? I'm doing more than that. And I can't use barbells for a while, which sucks, and is probably why I am not consistent with squats/deadlifts cos dumbbells are annoying for them. That's the only thing I mean by not in a proper routine, but like I said surely not doing them is the problem? I was doing 3/4 * 8, because I thought it was good, and everyone else I've asked said do 8.
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He meant not doing enough as in you're not consistent.

Get a barbell.
^^^ that. Not doing enough as in the volume, intensity, consistancy is not high enough.

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Guess we still need to clear up BASIC things for beginners here.

You can either gain muscle, or lose fat, there's no inbetween such as toning muscle. You can "tone" if your bodyweight gets lower (bodyfat wise) or stays the same while the bodyfat drops (which means muscle gains). You will never get 200 lbs and below 10% if you just hit the light weights and do shitty abs exercises, neglecting legs and any logical intesity and rep-range. Your muscles only grow if you give them stimulation to do so, so if you only go light, why should your muscles think they have any reason to grow? Better tren hard and eat clen instead of training hard and eating clean if that's your philosophy.
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lol, broscience.

hey iSe, if it's not too much to ask can you do a guide to gaining fat/muscle for the skinny tall dudes out there (like me or EGame) I can easily digest your posts without having to read it over and over to fully understand. Or just link if you've already made a post similar to what I'm looking for.

Thanks, bbz.
HOL was going to write one up, not sure if he ever did.
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