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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Nolo King once heard that masturbation makes working out a lot more difficult, meaning, less muscular development!

Just wondering if someone could back this claim!

Could explain a lot, for other people of course, lawls!
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

In theory it does make sense but we'd have to be talking about excessive masturbation. Once a day or less and you should definitely be alright.
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What kind of rough program would you recommend?
I mean in terms of splitting my time between cardio and weights, rough durations and the like.
In my experience, workout first, then cardio following.

When I was cutting weight hard I did what most bodybuilders do for their contest prep. 30 min of cardio in the morning. Workout in the afternoon, and 30 min of cardio following the workout.

As far as what to do working out, you can do just about whatever you want since you are concentrating on losing weight. Split routine, supersets, circuits... doesn't matter, just lift weight, and do enough weight or reps, or both to make it challenging and make you breath hard by the end of the workout.
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Hi, I'm 15 and am 150 lbs. I'm in a good shape, and an pretty ripped, but I'm not huge by any means. My arms are 14".
I swim (competitively) 4 times a week, and play an hour an a half of basketball a week (minimum). I'm using 10.3kg dumbbells at the moment and, although I have seen improvement over the last month, I have never got a large increase in muscle mass. Can anyone suggest a training programme that would suit this at all?

In addition, I've never been big on taking supplements, but I'm looking into buying some. Can anyone recommend any top brands or products that are worth taking a look at? I found THIS, but is it effective at all? I've heard many stories of supplements being ineffective, and I do not want to go wasting my money on a dud product.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Thanks to all for the help.

Did weight machines this morning and then hit the treadmill for another half hour or so.
Basically went through pretty much every machine doing 2-3 sets on each just to feel them all out and see what they're like.
Left the gym more tired than ever so i guess it works .
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Hi, I'm 15 and am 150 lbs. I'm in a good shape, and an pretty ripped, but I'm not huge by any means. My arms are 14".
I swim (competitively) 4 times a week, and play an hour an a half of basketball a week (minimum). I'm using 10.3kg dumbbells at the moment and, although I have seen improvement over the last month, I have never got a large increase in muscle mass. Can anyone suggest a training programme that would suit this at all?

In addition, I've never been big on taking supplements, but I'm looking into buying some. Can anyone recommend any top brands or products that are worth taking a look at? I found THIS, but is it effective at all? I've heard many stories of supplements being ineffective, and I do not want to go wasting my money on a dud product.
You are to young to be taking supplements. Wait at least until your like 18. Your body is still growing and do not want to affect that when it could end up being a negative effect.

If you want to get bigger, just eat more. Working out for a month is not going to give you drastic changes. I been going pretty strong for close to a year and my gains have been pretty minimal, but they are there.
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Hi, I'm 15 and am 150 lbs. I'm in a good shape, and an pretty ripped, but I'm not huge by any means. My arms are 14".
I swim (competitively) 4 times a week, and play an hour an a half of basketball a week (minimum). I'm using 10.3kg dumbbells at the moment and, although I have seen improvement over the last month, I have never got a large increase in muscle mass. Can anyone suggest a training programme that would suit this at all?

In addition, I've never been big on taking supplements, but I'm looking into buying some. Can anyone recommend any top brands or products that are worth taking a look at? I found THIS, but is it effective at all? I've heard many stories of supplements being ineffective, and I do not want to go wasting my money on a dud product.
agreed with bruteshot... don't look into supplements until you get a little older. If anything get some whey protein... oh, and if you want to get big you have to EAT!!! Eat Protein... chicken, steak, ground meat, turkey, whey, etc. Carbs... rice, pasta, potatoes (not french fries), etc.

don't forget to keep working out... its not a fad that you can stop once you are in shape... make it part of your life
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

FINALLY nailed a 400 lb Sumo Deadlift!

Always better with the conventional stance but fuck, it felt good to hit that 405 lb DL the other day at the gym!

500 lbs: Here I come.


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FINALLY nailed a 400 lb Sumo Deadlift!

Always better with the conventional stance but fuck, it felt good to hit that 405 lb DL the other day at the gym!

500 lbs: Here I come.
Good lift for sure... I don't care how you do it, but lifting 400lbs off the ground is nothing to laugh about. My biggest deadlift was about 8 months ago (380 x 2) before aggravating my back again. Messed it up working in the yard . I'm just starting to get back into deadlifting, and have a ways to go to get back into the bigger weight.
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Nice Mitch

This will not seem like much of accomplishment compared to yours but I am curling 40's now for four full sets. I am pretty happy because when I started I was only doing 25. Hopefully by end of year I can be up at 50
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