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post #591 of 5099 (permalink) Old 06-01-2009, 12:09 AM
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Originally Posted by Chiller88 View Post
Thanks. I've just been trying to avoid fast food, junk food, and big portions, but I'm not sure if that's good enough.
its a start but won't do you much untill you start doing weights and cardio
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Im 5'9
Weigh anywhere between between 170 to 175 pounds.

I work out to get/stay lean so i don't use a lot of heavy weights, although i make sure to up the wights i do use a little bit every two weeks so my body doesn't get used to them. Its more about repetitions for me and doing a variety of different work outs the correct way with good form.

Im working towards my muscles having definition, i don't care really how much i weigh as long as i look good.

I started P90X two months ago, it works pretty well. I love the plan they have because your working out everyday and it gives a variety of ways to meet your goal, whatever it may be. Push ups and pull ups are a big part of it, so your working with your own body to shape it. Although, i hate the instructor for the videos, Tony. I wanna punch that fucker sometimes. lol

Ive seen a lot of improvement in my arms and core.
My legs and back have always been good because i used to be on the drum line in high school. Marching with a heavy ass drum for 4 years will give you strong legs and back, but i still want definition in them as well so i don't neglect them.

I used to jog 2.6 miles (according to google maps) three times a week but my knee started fucking up so i stopped although now because i have more strength in my legs I'm gonna start running again.

so that's it
if you guys have any suggestion for me it would be greatly appreciated =)
Squat. Its the best leg work out.

Tomorrow I am starting Madcow 5x5. Anybody else do this program?
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Iíve been working out hard for the last couple of weeks to lose a few pounds and while I have been losing weight and eating good, I want to lose weight at a faster pace than right now.

Breakfast: Eggs and whole grain bread
Snack: Apple and yogurt
Lunch: Whole grain rice with a side of veggies
Snack: Mixed fruits
Dinner: Chicken with carrots

Thatís my usual eating day. What am I doing wrong if anything? Am I being too unrealistic to think that Iím going to lose 20 or so pounds in a couple weeks?

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

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Squat. Its the best leg work out.

Tomorrow I am starting Madcow 5x5. Anybody else do this program?
linear progression ftw.

really good program, stick to it for awhile.

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Does anyone here have any good tips for cutting that last 10-15 pounds. I have definition in my pecs, upper abs, and obliques but right now the lower abdominals aren't as visable.

Maybe cut/change/add something else out of my diet? Right now, I don't eat alot and I don't take any supplements so I was thinking about boosting my protein intake because protein helps cut some fat, correct? If that sounds like a plan, anyone suggest any particular type of whey?

I'm going to try and start doing maybe 20 minutes of cardio in the morning when I wake up. But I'm not going to lie, I'm a lazy fuck, so waking up a little earlier will be easier said than done. I do workout for about 45 minutes to an hour after work though.

so yeah...cutting techniques....

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Right I know this is a little vague, But Im about 5'8 about 91/2 to 10 stones (dunno pounds) and m looking for a good work out program That will initially help me put on quite a bit of muscle and hopefully tone and define too. The situation Im is is Im an average size really, My shoulders and pecks are a good size and I can do 100+ Ab crunches without to much effort but I do have abit of fat on the stomach, not to much but it just hides away the Ab muscles.
Anyway I was just wondering If anybody can suggest exercises and what I should eat in order too:

Build ARMS, (The whole arm and shoulders really, they are the smallest part of my body and the weakest.)
To define abs
And gain as much muscle as possible in other areas such as legs, although this one isn't as important as the two above.

Oh and Im 16 so i don't want a particularly High impact training program.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

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What brand of protein shake would you guys recommend. Also what brand of creatine tablets would be the best, if it matters?

As far as creatine goes I would recommend powder over tablets. Powder is absorbed quicker into your muscles as you do not have to break down the capsules in your body.

And as long as it is pharmaceutical grade creatine monohydrate it doesn't matter about the brand - its all the same, so just go for the cheapest. Well, unless you want any extras in it like an NO-booster or glutamine.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

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Nolo King heard that taking steroids orally could cause liver damage!

Just curious to find out whether taking a smaller does orally will lessen the impact!

Anyone with information may be rewarded, for their input, lawls!
Taking steroids orally is the worst way, as it has to be processed and digested in your body (as opposed to injecting straight into the muscle) and can cause liver damage over time. Taking a smaller dose would theoretically minimise risks slightly, but the effects of the steroids (ie amount of testosterone) would be less too so it really wouldn't be worth the health risks. If someone does take them orally it is best to supplement with milk thistle tablets to help protect your liver.

Unless you are a professional bodybuilder who earns money from their physique, you really have to weigh up the pros and cons of steroids. Is it worth the associated health risks that come with them. I am a personal trainer and have trained myself for nearly 10 years and have a reasonably good physique which has been built through blood, sweat, tears and squats! I have never taken, nor would I ever take steroids but that is a personal choice. I never advise anyone to take/not take them - but if people are thinking about it, it is best to educate yourself on what you are taking, what it does in your body and the possible side effects. I have seen too many young lads abusing steroids and ending up with horrible acne, and other side-effects, and most don't even have a decent physique as they take steroids to make up for a poor diet and crap workout programme.

I will now step down from my soapbox, lol.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I'm currently doing morning exercies which are consisting of push-ups, squatting & pumping abs. Also i'm trying not to eat sweets, bread & any greasy food. I have some progress... but for a few days i'm become to lazy & allowed me to eat some sweets & bread. But i'm going to cancel it again because i'm working hard to lose weight & don't want to stop on progress made so far

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I'm looking for some help. Over the last year or so I've lost a lot of weight (i'm around 150-160 pounds atm). Most days I do around 5k on a exercise bike that I bought and I also do a lot of walking. The thing Im looking for help for is that despite losing all the weight I still, for lack of a better term, have a Tommy Dreamer type gut(its probably actually a little worse than Tommy's). Im not looking to have a six pack or anything, but what can I do to lose some of the excess body fat??
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