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Old 02-10-2010, 10:58 PM   #871 (permalink)
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Cool split to do while bulking:

Day 1: Lower (Power)
Day 2: Push (Hyper)
Day 3: Pull (Power)
Day 4: Off
Day 5: Lower (Hyper)
Day 6: Push (Power)
Day 7: Pull (Hyper
Day 8: Off

Power as in low reps, heavy loads. Hypertrophy as in typical bodybuilding approaches with lots of volume, higher reps, more sets.
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Old 02-11-2010, 02:12 AM   #872 (permalink)
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Sup guys. I'm off on holiday to Greece in July so I thought I better start working out so I look guuuurd in my swimming gear.

I've never been to a gym before since I used to play football (soccer) 3 times a week but stopped last September. So now i'm carrying abit of baggage which isn't good for my look or confidence.

What shall I start off doing? Get myself into the closest gym? If so, what should I be looking to do there? What should I be eating? etc.

I don't want to be massive and a big power house, just nice and toned. That'll do me. Thanks in advance.
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Old 02-16-2010, 01:14 PM   #873 (permalink)
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I recently started to use a work out bike. How long should I use it per day? I want to lose a few pounds and maintain it.
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Old 02-19-2010, 02:44 AM   #874 (permalink)
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Deadlifted 275x5 the other day. Felt really fucking food.
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Old 02-19-2010, 02:46 AM   #875 (permalink)
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Deadlifted 275x5 the other day. Felt really fucking food.
Nice. I've given up on deadlifts. Everytime I go all out doing deadlifts I pinch my sciatic nerve and I'm out of action for a couple of weeks.

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I recently started to use a work out bike. How long should I use it per day? I want to lose a few pounds and maintain it.
The popular routine these days is HIIT - High Intensity Interval Training.

Basically you would warm up on the bike, slowly for the first few minutes, then do one minute very fast, then 2 minutes slow, one minute fast, 2 minutes slow for about 15 minutes, then a slow warm down of say 3 minutes. You can start off doing 15 minutes then work your way up to 20,25, 30. Do this 3-4 times a week.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-in...erval_training
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Old 02-19-2010, 09:41 AM   #876 (permalink)
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Nice. I've given up on deadlifts. Everytime I go all out doing deadlifts I pinch my sciatic nerve and I'm out of action for a couple of weeks.
That's rough, man. What exercises are you doing to hit your back then?
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I've been trying to get more of a back and chest lately, so I joined the gym a couple of weeks ago. My lats, traps and pecs are damn sore from the past few workouts. I've really been pushing myself to get in shape for awhile, I haven't been in shape since I was fourteen and it's a bit intimidating to go to the gym and see people who are sixteen in better shape than I am. I often ask myself the "what if?" question when I'm there, wondering what I'd look like today had I kept up with my exercises back then. Time goes by fast, so I ain't wasting time no more. I've gotten on the ball and I'm moving it forward, I'm pretty consistent with it and I'm feeling better with every passing day.
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Old 02-19-2010, 11:33 AM   #878 (permalink)
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Old 02-19-2010, 11:55 AM   #879 (permalink)
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I've been trying to get more of a back and chest lately, so I joined the gym a couple of weeks ago. My lats, traps and pecs are damn sore from the past few workouts. I've really been pushing myself to get in shape for awhile, I haven't been in shape since I was fourteen and it's a bit intimidating to go to the gym and see people who are sixteen in better shape than I am. I often ask myself the "what if?" question when I'm there, wondering what I'd look like today had I kept up with my exercises back then. Time goes by fast, so I ain't wasting time no more. I've gotten on the ball and I'm moving it forward, I'm pretty consistent with it and I'm feeling better with every passing day.

Good for you.

Remember this:


1) Don't go so hard so fast. Resting two, three days a week actually helps build more muscle then working out every day.

2) If you ever listen to that devil on your shoulder that says "Fuck the gym", rememeber how GOOD you feel after a workout and use that as motivation.

3) Keep going, you won't regret it.



I've only worked out consistently nearly two years and have managed this.

And I used to have zero muscle and a ton of fat.







That was a half year ago, I have better pecs now.
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Old 03-01-2010, 05:34 AM   #880 (permalink)
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I'm off to the Australian Pro Grand Prix in 2 weeks time here in Melbourne.

Confirmed competitors so far are...

Dexter Jackson, USA
Kai Greene, USA
Melvin Anthony, USA
Moe Bannout, Lebanon
DanielHill, Germany
Rusty Jeffers, USA
Michael Kingsnorth, New Zealand
Dragan Paunovic, Serbia
Fadi ZaaZaa, Lebanon
Eddie Abbew UK
Michael Kefalianos, Australia / Greece
Wong Hong, Malaysia
Grigori Atoyan,
Lionel Beyeke, France

Organised tickets through a body building website I'm a member of and there are 11 of us going. The promoter, Tony Doherty, who is bringing the show to Australia for the 10 the year is an active member of the site and our tickets are 2nd row. Should be a good show.

Workout wise I'm trying a new supplement called NO-Beta. The site is your typical body building website but it's only open to Australian people. There are many site sponsors that offer samples and discount for members. I buy direct from one of the sellers house as he gives me a great deal. Another supp seller had a competition to log a sample use of the NO-Beta. I got a sample, posted my log and was one of the winners. I got a free bottle of the NO-Beta, 360 tablets, and all I have to do is log my workouts for the next month. About $100 worth of supps. Can't complain.
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