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I'm no expert when it comes to bulking up, but I can give you some advice. The biggest problem everybody has is committing to their workout and diet. If you can overcome that and just stick to it, you will be good to go. It also takes a long time to notice results. I know this is frown upon, but I recommend steroids if you want faster results. Speaking from experience, just because you use it, doesn't mean you're going to get jacked without putting in any effort. It is a lot of hard work, but I recommend you do your own research before you take them. And you will need to eat well, or else you are just wasting your time. Whether you want to get bulked the legit way or not, it both requires a ton of effort and most of it is mental. That's just the basic advice I can really give you all guys, however, if you want specifics then feel free to pm me and I will respond.
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I'm no expert when it comes to bulking up, but I can give you some advice. The biggest problem everybody has is committing to their workout and diet. If you can overcome that and just stick to it, you will be good to go. It also takes a long time to notice results. I know this is frown upon, but I recommend steroids if you want faster results. Speaking from experience, just because you use it, doesn't mean you're going to get jacked without putting in any effort. It is a lot of hard work, but I recommend you do your own research before you take them. And you will need to eat well, or else you are just wasting your time. Whether you want to get bulked the legit way or not, it both requires a ton of effort and most of it is mental. That's just the basic advice I can really give you all guys, however, if you want specifics then feel free to pm me and I will respond.
You recommend steroids?
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I'm no expert when it comes to bulking up, but I can give you some advice. The biggest problem everybody has is committing to their workout and diet. If you can overcome that and just stick to it, you will be good to go. It also takes a long time to notice results. I know this is frown upon, but I recommend steroids if you want faster results. Speaking from experience, just because you use it, doesn't mean you're going to get jacked without putting in any effort. It is a lot of hard work, but I recommend you do your own research before you take them. And you will need to eat well, or else you are just wasting your time. Whether you want to get bulked the legit way or not, it both requires a ton of effort and most of it is mental. That's just the basic advice I can really give you all guys, however, if you want specifics then feel free to pm me and I will respond.
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Anyone done a Tough Mudder before? Just easing into some full body work outs for it

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Anyone done a Tough Mudder before? Just easing into some full body work outs for it
I've done competitions similar when I was in the military. There was a TM near me a few months ago, but I had never heard of it before. I definitely would do one if it comes near me again.

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Who here does HIIT? For fat loss
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I do. It's way more effective, for one, and secondly - I don't get bored. All my attention is focused on surviving/recovering and then into full on 100%-Go mode so there's no daydreaming and boredom like can happen with cardio.

I prefer the elliptical for it allows me to go all out, full body, as opposed to running which can also be dangerous (slip and die? Could be embarassing. ) going that fast. Biking fucks my knees up for some reason so I don't do that too often anyway.

Finally went and bought my own chalk instead of stealing from the bubba who leaves his at the gym sometimes or relying just on wrist straps for deadlifts. Never really considered it for other stuff too but it was immense for bar shrugs and chinup grip. Who knew for a frickin 5 dollar block of chalk it could help so, so much? Goodbye weak grip, hello man hands!



Anyone ever do two-a-day workouts? I was just done after deadlifts, chinups and shrugs so I figured I'd do one today. The idea is to go hard and heavy on 1-4 compound exercises in the AM, take at least a six hour break, and then do more exercises in the higher rep range in the PM. You get/have to eat more too so it all works out!





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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

My new leg routine is killer but I'm getting crazy gains

Leg Extension (30 reps) Superset with Hack Squats (15, 12, 10, 10)
Leg Press (20 reps) Superset with Sissy Squats (20 reps)
Leg Extensions (15 reps) Superset with Seated Hamstring Curls (15 reps)
Dumbbell Stiff Legged Deadlift (10 reps) Superset with Lying Hamstring Curls (10 reps)

Can't walk after I leave the gym.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Weighed in today at 225 pounds, so now I'm going to bulk a bit and see if I can put a stone of lean muscle on before the summers end, where I'll cut before I take a week away. Really want to hit 17 stone, soon.

Am I the only person that absolutely loves to do the barbell row? I never see anybody doing it but I think it's a great exercise.
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