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post #361 of 4920 (permalink) Old 03-14-2009, 02:56 PM
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Arm and chest muscles for maximum impact and most control over upper body physical strength. Bench presses are my favorite weights to do.

Running/Squatting/Sprinting is what I mostly do for leg endurance. Working on the abs is the easiest though

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Arms and chest for sure. That is probably when I go the hardest. I still have a day for back, legs, shoulders and abs but doing that stuff is not really enjoyable...just do it because it is necessary where on the other side I like working out my arms and chest.

Need to start doing deadlifts. Pretty sure the way I do them is wrong though. My back tends to hurt pretty easy no matter what kind of technique I do. I do know how to do them as I have watched several videos on how to do them properly but still tends to give me a sore back either way...
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Is there a reason why I can do quite a bit on dumbbell bench but not a lot on bar bench?

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Is there a reason why I can do quite a bit on dumbbell bench but not a lot on bar bench?
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Barbell should be easier. I know I lift more on my barbell bench press then my dumb bell bench press.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I'm sixteen and just want to stay in shape. I'm 5'10 and weigh 170 lbs.

What I have at my disposal:

* No money
* Two ten pound dumbells
* My Room

Okay. I can't run to exercise, my parents have an issue with me doing so...do you guys think that it's possible for me to build any sort of muscle with these limited sources?
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I'm sixteen and just want to stay in shape. I'm 5'10 and weigh 170 lbs.

What I have at my disposal:

* No money
* Two ten pound dumbells
* My Room

Okay. I can't run to exercise, my parents have an issue with me doing so...do you guys think that it's possible for me to build any sort of muscle with these limited sources?
Lawl, no.
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Lawl, no.
Well, atleast you sound honest. How much should my dumbells weigh should I decide to buy any?
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I'm sixteen and just want to stay in shape. I'm 5'10 and weigh 170 lbs.

What I have at my disposal:

* No money
* Two ten pound dumbells
* My Room

Okay. I can't run to exercise, my parents have an issue with me doing so...do you guys think that it's possible for me to build any sort of muscle with these limited sources?
Sure. Good ole fashion exercises. Pushups, situps, legups, mountain climbers, squat thrusts, variety of stretches, etc. Instead of running, you could just jog in place. And with those light dumbbells, you could shadow box with them. That's what we do in boxing.


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Getting in shape is easy. Your body type is important. Take like a 15 - 30 minute cardiovascular routine and then just work on the muscles. As long as you know the technique, two dumbells is all it takes. You won't get bulky with 10 pounds but you'll get a basic outline for your body. You can add mass (if you want) when you're older

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