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Old 04-09-2007, 11:50 PM   #21
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I guess you could go for the bolt on program.
Course those even look nappy on women. Yeh Yeh, you freakin' leg hummpers.
Natural all the way for me.
Plus, they gotta be extra short for you. :laughing6
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thanks 04...i'll look it up now....i'm 5 10 170....195 was my max about 4 mths ago. but thanks again!
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Plus, they gotta be extra short for you. :laughing6
Naw, I don't mind extra play ground, just not spread out. Nice swing set on the playground is ok too. Ok got carried away.:icon_bigg
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Naw, I don't mind extra play ground, just not spread out. Nice swing set on the playground is ok too. Ok got carried away.:icon_bigg
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thanks 04...i'll look it up now....i'm 5 10 170....195 was my max about 4 mths ago. but thanks again!
was the change from 195 - 170 muscle or fat loss! That is a substantial loss.

I'm not a big fan of lifting heavy only becasue it is too easy to hurt yourself.

I would suggest finding a weight that makes you exhausted after three sets of 8-10 reps.

Then find a variety of chest exercises and change your routine every two weeks.

Go slow, 2 seconds up, pause, two seconds down.

Don't forget your back and biceps. If you are too focused on your chest you will end up with poor posture, your chest will be stronger than your back and pull ur shoulders forward. You need to work opposing muscle groups.

Example:
Chest-Back
Tricep-Bicep

Always start your workout with two sets of squats. You don't need weight, just proper form and go slow. Activating the largest muscles in your body will trigger a larger release of hormones for the rest of your workout.

Warm up before going heavy. After the squats, do some push ups to warm up your chest.

Save the stretching for after your workout. A muscle is weaker for 10-15 minutes after stretching. Yes, this is a proven fact. A weaker muscle is more prone to injury. Stretching will promote recovery and healthy connective tissue.

One last thing-

IF you try creatine drink lots of water! I'm not saying to take it but if you do, then drink lots of water.
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100f, What is your email and I will send you a workout schedule.
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8weeks is plenty of time to get toned up. Summer is coming so you gotta look good for teh ladies.
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was the change from 195 - 170 muscle or fat loss! That is a substantial loss.

I'm not a big fan of lifting heavy only becasue it is too easy to hurt yourself.

I would suggest finding a weight that makes you exhausted after three sets of 8-10 reps.

Then find a variety of chest exercises and change your routine every two weeks.

Go slow, 2 seconds up, pause, two seconds down.

Don't forget your back and biceps. If you are too focused on your chest you will end up with poor posture, your chest will be stronger than your back and pull ur shoulders forward. You need to work opposing muscle groups.

Example:
Chest-Back
Tricep-Bicep

Always start your workout with two sets of squats. You don't need weight, just proper form and go slow. Activating the largest muscles in your body will trigger a larger release of hormones for the rest of your workout.

Warm up before going heavy. After the squats, do some push ups to warm up your chest.

Save the stretching for after your workout. A muscle is weaker for 10-15 minutes after stretching. Yes, this is a proven fact. A weaker muscle is more prone to injury. Stretching will promote recovery and healthy connective tissue.

One last thing-

IF you try creatine drink lots of water! I'm not saying to take it but if you do, then drink lots of water.
Very good information
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Don't forget pull ups...key to true strength bebe

Well that and circuit training
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Well that and circuit training
I was working with what he mentioned.... but yeah pullups, if you want to get jailhouse cut for your lady.
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I was working with what he mentioned.... but yeah pullups, if you want to get jailhouse cut for your lady.
LMAO :laughing6 Funny but true
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Quote:
Originally Posted by 04RSVR
was the change from 195 - 170 muscle or fat loss! That is a substantial loss.

I'm not a big fan of lifting heavy only becasue it is too easy to hurt yourself.

I would suggest finding a weight that makes you exhausted after three sets of 8-10 reps.

Then find a variety of chest exercises and change your routine every two weeks.

Go slow, 2 seconds up, pause, two seconds down.

Don't forget your back and biceps. If you are too focused on your chest you will end up with poor posture, your chest will be stronger than your back and pull ur shoulders forward. You need to work opposing muscle groups.

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Chest-Back
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Always start your workout with two sets of squats. You don't need weight, just proper form and go slow. Activating the largest muscles in your body will trigger a larger release of hormones for the rest of your workout.

Warm up before going heavy. After the squats, do some push ups to warm up your chest.

Save the stretching for after your workout. A muscle is weaker for 10-15 minutes after stretching. Yes, this is a proven fact. A weaker muscle is more prone to injury. Stretching will promote recovery and healthy connective tissue.

One last thing-

IF you try creatine drink lots of water! I'm not saying to take it but if you do, then drink lots of water.
best info ive heard.
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That's just the tip of the iceberg. There is so much that is hard to explain without visual demonstration.

I enjoy showing people how they can get a good workout with less weight through proper technique. (I curl 20 lb dumbells, that's it) Less weight and proper form means less stress on joints. If I have to explain why less stress on your joints is good for you well, step away from the weights and I'll start to freelance as a trainer.

BTW, all advise given is simply for working muscles. If you have sport specific goals then the rules change.
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Im going to take a few of those tips and see how they change up my workout. Thanks bro
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How do you want to change your body? Do you want to get bigger or cut up?

If you want to get bigger eat a minimum of 3000 cal/ day and do this
http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=712752
I gained about 15lbs of solid muscle in 3 months from this.

If you want to get cut up and lower body fat, then diet smart, and do 3 hours of cadio a week or more. Continue to lift weights, but just to maintain. You wont gain size if you are in a cal. deficit. The diets i recommend are Keto, and south beach.
http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=36497
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