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Old 10-09-2013, 04:17 PM   #3861 (permalink)
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Essentially there are 3 grips that you can use to curl with, supinated, pronated and mid prone. Each will work your elbow flexors in different ways. To put it in general terms, supinated works more biceps, pronated works more brachialis, mid prone gets more brachioradialis. Now in each grip you can't isolate a muscle, but you can use one particular muscle more than you ordinarily do. Its handy to try different grips as its more functional in terms of how we lift, carry and hold things in everyday life.
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that's a lot of chest biecps. I would drop 2 of those days. you'll probably have trouble doing shoulder/triceps the day after chest day, and then back to chest day, and then back to shoulder/tricep day.

Monday - Chest, Biceps, Abs ( 1:05h)
Tuesday - cardio ( 55min)
Wednesday - Shoulder, back, abs (50min)
Thursday - Legs and Shoulder, back, abs
Friday - cardio
Saturday- Tricep, Deadlifts
Sunday- rest or just abs.

oh man. I'd love it if I could keep a split like that.

never heard of T25

They're called Pronated curls. Definitely hits the forearms a lot more. But I think it helps you practice focusing on your grip, and then in turn helping you achieve a better peak when doing traditional curls. It's hard, I'd use an ez-curl bar at first.
Thanks guys. I'll give them a go.

And T25 is Shaun T's new programme.

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I think I'm about to start doing more Cross Fit work outs. I've done a few of them in recent months with a few friends and they seem to give you a hell of a work out.
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Old 10-10-2013, 09:47 PM   #3863 (permalink)
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How do you guys feel about mass gainers?
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Old 10-10-2013, 11:54 PM   #3864 (permalink)
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How do you guys feel about mass gainers?
Absolute waste of money, unless it's somehow impossible for you to just eat more. All mass gainers are just a shit ton of extra calories and carbs essentially, the protein amounts are relatively the same (if not less) than most whey protein powders. You wanna gain weight, just eat more brah.

That's my introductory post into this thread.
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Old 10-11-2013, 12:13 AM   #3865 (permalink)
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Funny, I was just considering one today. If you use them correctly (as a supplement), they can come in handy for sure. Just don't go overboard with them. Think short term bulk and get enough regular food also.

Caveat: If you are one of those people who can eat and eat and eat and never gain, then definitely go all out with a mass gainer (also eat tons of real food). You'll pack on some muscle.

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I think I'm about to start doing more Cross Fit work outs. I've done a few of them in recent months with a few friends and they seem to give you a hell of a work out.
I'm not a "Crossfitter" personally but if done safely (key word) it seems like a solid program. I do have somewhat of a traditional weight lifting background though, but more so general fitness.
I hit the deadlift last night for the first time in a while. Trying to strengthen my already screwed up back. A tricky balance with that lift for sure. I can still walk today so everything appears OK.
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Old 10-11-2013, 06:14 AM   #3866 (permalink)
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Guys, I just started Ju-Jitsu last week on Friday and I've been to class twice. I'm really enjoying it and it gives me a great alternative as a workout. After my second class, which was Wednesday, my abs really hurt. I'm usually not a soft guy, I played football for two years with a bad knee (I know, not smart). Do you think I should rest a little and go back next Wednesday and not today? I can't even do a proper situp right now.

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Old 10-11-2013, 11:37 AM   #3867 (permalink)
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go today. Don't worry about it. Remember, if you're hurting, so are a lot of other people. And it's not just a workout you get when you go to BJJ class, it's a lesson too. So you'll benefit regardless.

I did it for 2 years and that's pretty much exactly what my instructor told us.
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Old 10-11-2013, 10:43 PM   #3868 (permalink)
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I want to ask about this program :
Monday - Chest, Biceps, Abs ( 1:05h)
Tuesday - Shoulders, Triceps, Abs ( 55min)
Wednesday - Chest, Biceps (50min)
Thursdat - Shoulders, Triceps, Abs( 55mim)
Friday - Legs and Abs( and next friday , back and abs)
Saturday- chest, biceps
Sunday- rest or just abs.

I weight like 68kg and I'm 173cm, i've been going to the gym for like 2 month, but for the next month i can't so I'll work out at home from the dumbles/axe/weights that I own , and I really want to focus on my chest, abs and biceps

Also I'm considering taking nitro-tech

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Back and Legs only every other week substituting for each other? Abs grouped into 2 days then an off day?
Provide more detail why you chose this plan?

Instead I'd rather see back once a week, legs once a week, and abs have a rest day in between killing them every other day.
I see you want to focus on upper body more so, but keep in mind your physique is going to look a bit off with pencil legs and no back vs. built chest & arms given your current plan..

As far as nitro-tech goes, I'm not big into MuscleTech products in general but it's just protein powder. I haven't tried it so can't comment on taste but I'd say just go for a budget protein powder since it seems like you're just getting started. I've bought the cheapest stuff out there and still have had results. Whey is whey. Some just tastes better than others. You're usually paying more for taste and maybe some creatine thrown in there.
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Old 10-12-2013, 05:04 PM   #3869 (permalink)
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Starting again, again, again. Gonna ignore legs for a bit.
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