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Old 11-06-2012, 02:31 PM   #2751 (permalink)
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I do like 15 minutes of cardio after I lift. I was told doing cardio after lifting burns straight fat. I went from 200 pounds of mostly fat to 180 pounds of mostly muscle, so it seems my strategy is working. Like once every two weeks I have a straight cardio day though of about 45 minutes.
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Old 11-06-2012, 02:33 PM   #2752 (permalink)
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Old 11-07-2012, 11:09 PM   #2753 (permalink)
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Is this overtraining for bis & tris? My mass has gone up since I started this, but I feel like I am overtraining.
Biceps
-4 sets of hammer curls at 40 LB'S
-4 sets of straight curls with dumbbells at 35 LBS'
-4 sets of preacher curls on 20 LB'S
-5 sets of straight bar curls, at 42.5, 57.5, 65.5, then 72.5, and then 15 until I fail
-3 sets of single arm curls with a cable on 10,15,20 LB's
-15 LB dumbbell curls until I fail
Triceps:
-3 sets of the excerise where you put the weight (dumbbell) behind your head and lift (IDK THE NAME) at 70,75,80
-4 sets of dips
-4 sets of tricep pulldowns at 42.5, 57.5, 65.5, then 72.5, and then 15 LB's until I fail
-4 sets of tricep extentions on the machine where you pull down with various weights.
-4 sets of single arm tricep pulldowns with 10, 15, & 20 LBS.
Then I usually do about 15 minutes of cardio after, then some abs if I feel like it.
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Old 11-08-2012, 12:07 AM   #2754 (permalink)
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depends on what else you do during the week. Do you do biceps/triceps on the 1 day?
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Old 11-08-2012, 06:37 AM   #2755 (permalink)
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Way too much, RKO. They'll indirectly get bigger an hit hard on back, chest and shoulder day (any push or pull movement).
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I go about 3-4 times a week now.
For Example,
Monday: Bis, Tris, Cardio
Wed: Chest & Cardio
Fri: Back and Shoulders & cardio
Sat: Either repeat bis and tris, or do straight carido
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You're doing way too much for just arms.

You don't even need direct work. You could add significant mass just via deadlifting, chinning and dipping once a week. Once you take into account you're benching and doing military etc, you're getting more than enough without doing 50 sets of useless shit on top.

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Old 11-08-2012, 01:06 PM   #2758 (permalink)
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Is this overtraining for bis & tris? My mass has gone up since I started this, but I feel like I am overtraining.
Biceps
-4 sets of hammer curls at 40 LB'S
-4 sets of straight curls with dumbbells at 35 LBS'
-4 sets of preacher curls on 20 LB'S
-5 sets of straight bar curls, at 42.5, 57.5, 65.5, then 72.5, and then 15 until I fail
-3 sets of single arm curls with a cable on 10,15,20 LB's
-15 LB dumbbell curls until I fail
Triceps:
-3 sets of the excerise where you put the weight (dumbbell) behind your head and lift (IDK THE NAME) at 70,75,80
-4 sets of dips
-4 sets of tricep pulldowns at 42.5, 57.5, 65.5, then 72.5, and then 15 LB's until I fail
-4 sets of tricep extentions on the machine where you pull down with various weights.
-4 sets of single arm tricep pulldowns with 10, 15, & 20 LBS.
Then I usually do about 15 minutes of cardio after, then some abs if I feel like it.
You are hammering your arms. Like mentioned before they hit indirectly when you do Back and Chest. Usually I do Biceps and Triceps after Back and Chest and stay around 6 to 9 sets depending how intense it was. Still you are pounding 40 sets on your arms is way to much. I finish a whole Back & Biceps routine around 25 sets.

I'm not a firm believer of over training though so just find your body's limit and stick with it.
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Old 11-08-2012, 01:33 PM   #2759 (permalink)
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Is this overtraining for bis & tris? My mass has gone up since I started this, but I feel like I am overtraining.
Biceps
-4 sets of hammer curls at 40 LB'S
-4 sets of straight curls with dumbbells at 35 LBS'
-4 sets of preacher curls on 20 LB'S
-5 sets of straight bar curls, at 42.5, 57.5, 65.5, then 72.5, and then 15 until I fail
-3 sets of single arm curls with a cable on 10,15,20 LB's
-15 LB dumbbell curls until I fail
Triceps:
-3 sets of the excerise where you put the weight (dumbbell) behind your head and lift (IDK THE NAME) at 70,75,80
-4 sets of dips
-4 sets of tricep pulldowns at 42.5, 57.5, 65.5, then 72.5, and then 15 LB's until I fail
-4 sets of tricep extentions on the machine where you pull down with various weights.
-4 sets of single arm tricep pulldowns with 10, 15, & 20 LBS.
Then I usually do about 15 minutes of cardio after, then some abs if I feel like it.
You are lifting too light and you're flying all around everything without much direction. Here are some tips by which i work that gave me the best results on my body personally.

1. When working a certain body part, i.e. biceps, do a maximum of 3-4 different exercises for them in a single workout. If you still feel like you got strenght/will power after you've gone through all of them do slow close grip muscle ups, they will drain whatever you've got left in your body.

2. Do the first set of an exercise with lighter weight, 15-20 reps to warm up your muscles and joints.

3. Then do 3 sets, 10 reps with the 80% of your max. weight

4. Now finish it off with two sets with 90% of your max. weight by doing each set unitl failure. There's no given rep count that must do, just squeeze everything you got left out. Now remember, those 2 last sets are what will push your body forward so make sure you use everything you got in them.

There are many fans and equally many opponents of working out until failure. For me personally working til failure always gave me the best results. Only downside i've ever experienced from it is that you can get emotinally drained and lacking motivation after some time of doing it without rest. So make sure you keep your head in check and listen to your body. If you feel like you're having your mojo drained, take a day of rest. That day can mean a world both for your mental state and your exercises in the days ahead.
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I go about 3-4 times a week now.
For Example,
Monday: Bis, Tris, Cardio
Wed: Chest & Cardio
Fri: Back and Shoulders & cardio
Sat: Either repeat bis and tris, or do straight carido
Yeah, way too much work on your arms.

I tend to split it up into back/biceps, chest/tris, abs/legs.
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