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Old 07-26-2006, 10:00 AM   #41
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to be honest...when i cut down to 175lbs....13% body fat, i lifted like normal

upper/lower/cardio everyday (interval running/walking 3.5 mph for 1 minute......8.5 mph for 1 minute for a total of 15 minutes)....you gotta drink a ton of water if you do this

but the big thing was jump-rope for 1 minute high intensity, then do as many pushups you can for 20 seconds
then jumprope.....then as many situps for 1 minute
6 sets total....
Flip how does this help putting on size? from wat i understand, interval training is strictly for building endurance. same with high-intensity training..
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Old 07-26-2006, 12:02 PM   #42
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Flip how does this help putting on size? from wat i understand, interval training is strictly for building endurance. same with high-intensity training..
i think he was doing this to get the water out of his body and emphasize his muscles he already has. speedisimo you are right about that excercise being for endurance.

in my experience drinking proteing shakes (1.5 grams per you weight in pounds everday) is a great way to add muscle and weight. sticking to it and not eating junk food and drinking alchohol is the hard part :eh:
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i just got done seriously cutting my weight. I'm 6'1" 170 right now. I was 195ish.

Half a granola bar before the work out for engergy, and a Whey protien shake after working out works well for me.

I mix muscle groups. I'll do bench press, curls, leg press, and lat pull down one day, then the next day(or a day later) i'll do push downs, pull ups, leg curls and dead lift. I like doing super sets. These are the basic muscle groups i do, but I summed up the exersizes. I will usually do 2 or even 3 types for the the same muscles. ie. curls and then alternating curls.

I got a whole stomach work out that is hard to expain, but i do that every time i go to the gym.

also, every time i go to the gym I do 30 minutes minimum on the tead mill (running or incline walking), then durring the work outs i try to keep my heart rate up in the 140s. If i feel it going down i do jump rope, runs some laps, or hop on a stationary bike for a few minutes.

I good start is getting a personal trainer that can evaluate what work outs you need and what will work best for you. He'll ask you what your goals are and how commited you are. Unless you have money, and need motivation don't hire him, you don't really need to buy his services for 8 weeks, just ask him to develope a work-out plan for you.
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Old 07-26-2006, 12:27 PM   #44
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All you guys talking about loosing weight.
I'm having trouble gaining weight.
I don't want the fat weight but I want mass.
I've been eating 1 16grm protein bar a day and drinking 3 protein shakes as well as stacking Creitane + Maximum Human Performance T-Bomb II + L-Glutamine Powder
All on top of 2 full meals a day and a workout routine 5 times a week.

Any suggestions?
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All you guys talking about loosing weight.
I'm having trouble gaining weight.
I don't want the fat weight but I want mass.
I've been eating 1 16grm protein bar a day and drinking 3 protein shakes as well as stacking Creitane + Maximum Human Performance T-Bomb II + L-Glutamine Powder
All on top of 2 full meals a day and a workout routine 5 times a week.

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eat more.

eat 3 to 6 times a day. 3 big meals. Breakfast is super important.
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Old 07-26-2006, 12:39 PM   #46
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I don't have time for breakfast, I do the protein bar in place of it.
I wish I had more time to eat during the day.
I usully squeze in a can of tuna in the afternoon but that's about it
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anyone know a good fast high protein breakfast I can eat at work?
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anyone know a good fast high protein breakfast I can eat at work?
isopure and choco milk is you friend
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i think he was doing this to get the water out of his body and emphasize his muscles he already has. speedisimo you are right about that excercise being for endurance.

in my experience drinking proteing shakes (1.5 grams per you weight in pounds everday) is a great way to add muscle and weight. sticking to it and not eating junk food and drinking alchohol is the hard part :eh:
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Anyone tried Muscle Milk?
Is it any good?
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this is going to sound dumb... if youre on a low fat diet what would be the "best" Alcoholic beverage to consume
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Anyone tried Muscle Milk?
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good stuff....but for some reason..it made me feel like i was sluggish...all the time...i switched to the cheapo MLO protien, then back to isopure.
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muscle milk has around six hundred and fifty calories per service, I've used it to gain weight before and it works great... but you better have some kind of cardio plan in place or you won't like it.

If you take muscle milk, and go jogging for 10-15 minutes per time twice a week you will start gaining weight quick quick but it won't be too dirty of a bulk (provided your normal diet is clean)
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this is going to sound dumb... if youre on a low fat diet what would be the "best" Alcoholic beverage to consume
1. go to gym
2. get on treamill
3. select interval speed
4. enter your weight
5.enter time (10-15 minutes)
6. select walk speed (3.5mph should do)
7. select run speed (7-8.5 mph)
8 walk/run intervals of 1 minute....start off easy, but after about 7 minutes...i'm dying.

check your heart rate....mine goes 165 after the run, and slows back down to 125-30 at the walk.....keeps your body and heart at the perfect fat burn/cardio levels the entire run if you dont cheat.

mom did it for 3 weeks religiously with me and dropped the 10 pounds she wanted...

but remember....all that running wont do a thing for weight if your nutrition is down the drain,
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1. go to gym
2. get on treamill
3. select interval speed
4. enter your weight
5.enter time (10-15 minutes)
6. select walk speed (3.5mph should do)
7. select run speed (7-8.5 mph)
8 walk/run intervals of 1 minute....start off easy, but after about 7 minutes...i'm dying.

check your heart rate....mine goes 165 after the run, and slows back down to 125-30 at the walk.....keeps your body and heart at the perfect fat burn/cardio levels the entire run if you dont cheat.

mom did it for 3 weeks religiously with me and dropped the 10 pounds she wanted...

but remember....all that running wont do a thing for weight if your nutrition is down the drain,

i do all of that but on the oliptical.
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this is going to sound dumb... if youre on a low fat diet what would be the "best" Alcoholic beverage to consume
there isnt any...alcohol is a "sugar"...thats why people get guts from it.

but if you dont mind wasting your money.....bacardi lite (1/2 calories, all the carbs) & diet coke
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