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post #611 of 4925 (permalink) Old 06-20-2009, 10:20 PM
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First run through was good. I added 10 pound plate for the crunches to make it a bit more difficult on myself. Might add heavier plate when I do it next. Good shit, I suck at the bicycle crunches though
Sure. Main thing is to just experiment around with different things. Don't hesitate to try something out of the ordinary. Some change can be good for ya'. Piece together what you can.

Tweak weight, tweak exercises, tweak form, etc,. etc,.

Good to hear though.


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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

That's a pretty good circuit. Added a few more reps but effective.

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Squatted 200lbs 5 times for 3 sets today. I know its not a lot, but I feel pretty manly considering I just started squatting like 3 months ago.
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Anyone use a Bullworker? I'm not very muscular at all so I'm using this to build up a bit.

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Squatted 200lbs 5 times for 3 sets today. I know its not a lot, but I feel pretty manly considering I just started squatting like 3 months ago.
Don't discredit yourself. It's not like you didn't work to be able to squat 200 lbs. A lot of bench/curl monkeys never get there in their own life time, let alone casual people. Keep at it.


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bench/curl monkeys


I guess I'm the exact opposite... bench/curl are my least favorite exercises... I'm more of a rows/squat monkey
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I don't know if you have access to gym equipment or not but if not, try out this ab circuit below:

Ab Circuit: (no rest)

Reverse crunch: 20
Crunch: 20
Reverse crunch: 10
Crunch: 10
Reverse crunch: 5
Crunch: 5
Bicycle: 30 seconds

If you do every single rep with good form and squeeze, you'll be wincing in pain by the time you get to the 5 reverse crunches. Awesome circuit, you'll gain a fair amount of muscle in the abdominals from this.

Like Invincible said, you're doing everything right really. Just watch what you're eating and do a little bit of core exercises to help reduce the fat in the midsection.
Good burn, i've been doing ab ripper x twice a day but i might try and offset it with that every now and again.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread



Attempting to get this thread back on track:

I am starting a new workout program next week. Upper/Lower program, but not sure which exact route to go. I have 4 days in the gym per week. I'm trying to bring up my legs, so I'm going to work them two days per week.

Here's what I'm looking at:
Day 1: Legs (heavy) and calves
Day 2: Upper (light)
Day 3: rest
Day 4: Legs (light) and abs
Day 5: Upper (heavy)
Day 6-7: rest

Or this:
Day 1: Legs (heavy) and calves
Day 2: Push upper (chest, shoulders, tris)
Day 3: rest
Day 4: Legs (light) and abs
Day 5: Pull upper (back, traps, bis)
Day 6-7: rest

opinions?
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I'm feeling pretty good at the moment...my knee injury and a crappy diet had gotten me all the way up to 199 in March, but now I'm back down to 187-188. I'm hoping to reach my college playing weight of 182 sooner rather than later, and maintain it for the long haul, adding muscle and cutting fat as I go. I've found that my best method for losing weight is on the treadmill, going for 90 seconds at a level, then up every 90 seconds until I hit my peak, then down again, then up again. For example, a 15-minute treadmill session would be 90 seconds each on levels 7-8-9-10-9-8-7-8-9-10.
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