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Old 05-17-2009, 06:06 PM   #541 (permalink)
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Got the final piece of my home gym this morning. My cousin who use to be big into body building before he got married and had a family told me that he had a cage just sitting in his shed that I could have. I got up at 5 in the morning and drove 6 hours to go pick it up. Definitely worth it I think, cannot wait to use it tomorrow. Here are some pics, tell me what you regulars of the the thread think.





He also gave me some bulk creatine that I am going to try. Been off the Cell Tech stuff for a while now and want to keep gaining some mass, could care less about the 6 pack for the summer at the moment. Shall keep everyone updated on how I am doing
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Old 05-18-2009, 02:49 PM   #542 (permalink)
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I guess I'm a workaholic. I work out six days a week and rest on the seventh day. I lift weights one day and I do push ups and sit ups the next day, etc.
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I've been slumming it when it comes to working out. I was a big guy years ago, topping the scales at 250, coming at 190 in January. My life is pretty busy, so I no longer placed exercising as a priority as I did years ago. From january to now, I put on 10 lbs, which scares me seeing that I'm back in the 200 lb range.
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Old 05-18-2009, 04:37 PM   #544 (permalink)
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I been working out for a little while now, weight lifting and what not, but I'm not so sure about cardio yet. Is basketball good cardio? I play it about 3-5 hours a day 4-5 days a week.
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Old 05-19-2009, 03:52 AM   #545 (permalink)
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Doing 25 minutes on the Excercise Bike tonight.

Question; If I do this every night (with a jumper over me meaning more sweat, I sweat alot) plus diet (eating no junk food and minimal food altogether) will I lose much weight?

I'm currently 85 Kilos and I would like to trim off the fat, any tips?

EDIT: Should I be doing any additional excercises that are well known to getting in shape?

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Old 05-19-2009, 04:36 AM   #546 (permalink)
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Why a Jumper ?

Diet is the most essential thing to cut back the fat. If you can maintain that and then do like 30 - 45 mins cardio daily, then you'll lose the fat. What's your age and height btw ?

Best cardio imo is running. You could also go swimming to exercise all your muscles.
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Old 05-19-2009, 05:00 AM   #547 (permalink)
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Running doesn't burn that much fat. Walking is more effective. You are best of doing a 20 minute walk run. Walk for 3 minutes, then do alternate minute of walking and 30 seconds of running followed by a 3 minute cool down at the end. This is called High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT). If you've never heard of it, Google it. You'll burn a shitload more fat than regular running or walking, and there is a lot of evidence to back this up, it's not an opinion.
Also when training, have short rest periods of 60 seconds between each set. This'll keep your metabolism working harder.

Wearing a jumper offers no benefit. You should be keeping up your water intake as it helps digest your food and flushes away toxins in the body.

Nice set up Brute. Make sure you put it to good use. Maybe add a couple of more attachment for the pulley's over time to hit your muscles from every angle.
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Rajah, you are mistaken. I'm sorry but Running is The single most efficient excercise in fat burning. Going fullout for the first fifteen followed by a jog and then a cool-down walking session is more effective.


I know some of you might not believe it knowing the long reviews I write-out on here but I am such a gym junkie.

Five days a week, 2-3 hours a day. Some say it's too long but fuck that, I make sure my muscles get the nutrients and lost fluid they need inbetween with breaks.

I just bought No-XPLODE for more energy and it's fucking incredible. No wonder it's so popular.

I love it.

The gym is my life...and oh yeah, I kind of enjoy Wrestling as well.




By the way, Invincible, RUNNING "IS" The best cardio to do in losing fat. It's been proven, so you were right.

I do that every day for 30 mins, run almost 5 K as I am going full out for at least 22 of those 30 minutes, at a pace not many could do and it took me two long years to get in shape to do this regularly.

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When I do HIIT, I actually never walk. I do a minute sprint and a minute jog alternatively. I actually prefer running. Usually do about 20 minutes of running or 40 minutes of jogging.

@ AF, if you actually plan on going to the gym, then doing some exercises or even light weights before the cardio can help burn more fat.
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When I do HIIT, I actually never walk. I do a minute sprint and a minute jog alternatively. I actually prefer running. Usually do about 20 minutes of running or 40 minutes of jogging.

@ AF, if you actually plan on going to the gym, then doing some exercises or even light weights before the cardio can help burn more fat.

It's best to do Weights "AFTER" Cardio actually for a number of reasons...

The most significant being:

-Cardio gets the blood flowing to all muscle areas, it's a good warm-up to get your body the strength it needs for strong lifts.

-If you do Cardio after Strength-Training you will burn off some of the muscle you just gained. However if you do Cardio before-hand, you will be burning off mostly fat and then you can simply gain muscle right after the Cardio and not worry about losing it.


Since afterall Cardio burns fat to muscle on a 3:1 ratio. (75% fat-25% muscle)


Oh and Chocolate Milk is the #1 drink for after-workouts, if you didn't know.

There are a million reasons why.
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