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post #3711 of 5107 (permalink) Old 08-05-2013, 11:49 PM
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post #3712 of 5107 (permalink) Old 08-06-2013, 08:11 AM
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are you open to advice? Split training is an intermediate/advanced routine. You could build better using a 2-3 day full body compound lift routine. Look up strong lifts 5x5.
How about multi-quoting?

Also, I sense alot of Myspace lifters here that invest 5x more effort into bullshitting and over-calculating their pre-workout/post-workout/iPod playlists/hairstyle/fart regimes then actually working out.

Try lifting. Anything.


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post #3713 of 5107 (permalink) Old 08-06-2013, 09:08 AM
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post #3714 of 5107 (permalink) Old 08-06-2013, 11:35 AM
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what? how exactly do you think cold water aids circulation?
I'm not a science guy, but based on what I do know, it stimulates the blood flow and forces your body to circulate it more effectively to warm up.
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post #3716 of 5107 (permalink) Old 08-06-2013, 07:35 PM
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the 2nd part was super awkward to watch. I seriously only lift when I'm at the gym; I have a stop watch for all my rests and don't waste second. But still, if I saw someone approached like that I'd freak out.
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post #3717 of 5107 (permalink) Old 08-07-2013, 04:37 AM
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I'm not a science guy, but based on what I do know, it stimulates the blood flow and forces your body to circulate it more effectively to warm up.
I am a science guy so look at it logically. Cold shower would mean that blood is pumped away from the extremities to the organs so you don't lose too much heat. Its a principle that works with hot/cold showers, the blood is 'flushed' through your system from your extremities to your organs and back.


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I don't use pre workout supplements any more. a few people here prefer something like a piece of fruit or protein shake. But if you're going to use a pre-workout supplement don't use C4. Hyde is better.

Plasma Jet by Gaspari is wonderful; however it might have been discontinued. It doesn't have any high points or jitters, it's just a real easy pump up. Best pre-workout I ever used.
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post #3719 of 5107 (permalink) Old 08-12-2013, 02:42 PM
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let's design a new workout for Skyfall. 5 day schedule.

chest/tri
back
legs
bis/crossfit
shoulders/bis

looking to do lots of reps on my new schedule. I definitely got stronger with my previous schedule; low reps, high weight. Want to take a break from that going into winter. Looking to up my cardio to a definite 3 x a week (instead of maybe twice). Looking for high rep sets, preferably 3 sets of 12 - 20 reps.

Want to:
- increase bicep size
- lose that belly fat
- work on obliques

I realize this is everyone's goal. let's work on a good bicep day. throw em' at me!
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Heavy compounds >>>>

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