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Great post.

People over-think every little detail when it comes to fitness and health, when in reality it's just about knowing the basic core principles.

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I'll never understand the hate for supplements. No one has said that they "need" them to do anything. Supplements are going to do just that: supplement your gains or losses. It doesn't make anyone less smart or have any less understanding of general fitness because they choose to take a bottle of OxyElitePro. That mentality only applies to people who think that they can train and eat like idiots and take a pill and things will be alright. There is no substitute for hard work and if you choose to supplement your hard work, more power to you.
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I've started to put more Abs workouts in my routine. So im doing at least a full session a week now.
After the work out im finding my abs to be feeling 'delicate'. Not in an awful lot of pain but they feel strange.
Sort of like a stomach ache i suppose.

Does everyone get this after a hard abs workout? And is there a way to speed up recovery time?

Or is it just part and parcel.

In the past I've done swimming, running and playing football to keep my body toned. This is the first time I've really worked hard on my abs.

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Probably just DOMS due to working them harder. Should get easier week on week.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

don't forget to stretch! seriously.

also, if you want abs, you don't need to focus on just ab workout sessions. That will help, but (I'm sure you've been told before) diet is more important. and not to kiss ass, but i$e's cutting guide is so simple and has everything you need in it. the secret is vegetables.

@Glass Shatters, all I used to do was use supplements. I've only met two kinds of guys at the gym; those who abuse supps and those who don't use supps. Either they don't know why their taking No-explode! but they take so much of it. Or they did that already and it didn't work so they blame all their failures on the supps and don't use them. Not calling anyone out here; I'd take supplements if I couldn't get the nutrition from simply eating. Sheamus takes vitamin D since he never goes out in sunlight.

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I'll never understand the hate for supplements. No one has said that they "need" them to do anything. Supplements are going to do just that: supplement your gains or losses. It doesn't make anyone less smart or have any less understanding of general fitness because they choose to take a bottle of OxyElitePro. That mentality only applies to people who think that they can train and eat like idiots and take a pill and things will be alright. There is no substitute for hard work and if you choose to supplement your hard work, more power to you.
It doesn't make anyone less smart, it just makes them blind. Instead of examining the proper procedures, they're fixated on "you have any gains with product X". Hard to be less smart when you're not applying yourself to become more knowledgeable in the first place, despite three notable posters (i$e, Rush, HoH mainly) who continuously contribute on this same topic regularly. I'm not bashing supplements or anyone who explores them. Some stuff is anecdotally proven to aid in one's quest. But for those who stall (fall into the money pit without expanding their base of knowledge) and don't search deeper for the answers, I have no sympathy - and that's what I'm trying to convey.

I'm more or less knocking his approach to weight loss. But then again, I don't really know why I'm passionately speaking out on it. I should just ignore those who overlook some good, pertinent information.


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Hard to be less smart when you're not applying yourself to become more knowledgeable in the first place, despite three notable posters (i$e, Rush, HoH mainly) who continuously contribute on this same topic regularly.
Contributing to a topic regularly on a message board does not make one any more or less knowledgable. I know personal trainers with 6 inch wrists and bitch tits with a powerlifting total of less than 600 that could go on and on about telling people to eat right and IIFYM. Asking someone if they saw gains using a supplement does not mean that they just pop it in and expect to become a hulk or be shredded within a week. A supplement is there to supplement your hard work.

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But for those who stall (fall into the money pit without expanding their base of knowledge) and don't search deeper for the answers, I have no sympathy - and that's what I'm trying to convey.
I would agree with you if he had said that he wasn't going to bust his ass and expected a miracle from a little purple pill. How do you know what his intentions were? Maybe he had researched proper weight loss techniques and wanted to supplement his hard work with a fat burner (which I had great results with, by the way and no, I wasn't fat). I don't see how taking a pill for weight loss is any different than someone who takes whey protein powder to gain muscle. Surely they could just eat more food like someone wanting to lose weight should eat less?
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Me, HoL, Rush & El Conquistador are all very knowledgeable, and it's not because we just post in here a bunch.

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Me, HoL, Rush & El Conquistador are all very knowledgeable, and it's not because we just post in here a bunch.
I never singled out any names, just saying that posting in here regularly does not make someone knowledgeable on a topic as was claimed. Results via aesthetics and weight totals are all the knowledge you need. There are people that might know way more than I do, but can't do half the shit I do in the gym or on the track.

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@Glass Shatters, all I used to do was use supplements. I've only met two kinds of guys at the gym; those who abuse supps and those who don't use supps. Either they don't know why their taking No-explode! but they take so much of it. Or they did that already and it didn't work so they blame all their failures on the supps and don't use them. Not calling anyone out here; I'd take supplements if I couldn't get the nutrition from simply eating. Sheamus takes vitamin D since he never goes out in sunlight.
That's your fault then. If you want to go eat steak, chicken, and pork by the truckload be my guest. I eat over 800 calories at each of my three main meals, have two protein shakes, a bar, and about 1/4 a gallon of chocolate milk daily. I'm pretty sure my caloric totals surpass many others and I'm a short dude 5'8, 185. The fact that you think that supplements can't be used as a mere supplement to good nutrition and proper training really leaves me baffled.

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That's not the point being made though.

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