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Xtrm
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M.U.S.C.L.E. (Bodybuilding)

Is anybody on this site into power lifting, weight training, bodybuilding?


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I workout on a regular basis but not into any kind of crazy power lifting.


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I workout on a regular basis but not into any kind of crazy power lifting.


Yeah I'm not so much into power lifting as much as I am into bodybuilding. Although to build muscle I need to lift heavy but to shape and isolate certain muscle groups I usually stick to 10 or 12 reps per set (4 sets) instead of power lifting which is maximum weight at 1 to 2 reps pyramid down.

Anyways, that's cool. So what your routine, bro?


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I workout 6 times a week. Usually no power lifting though. I usually only do curls and tricep extensions with heavier weights (30 or 50 usually). I will say though i went from being able to curl 20lbs to 50lbs now in a month and a half of working out. I'm more into getting a lean look as opposed to huge muscles though, so I do a more full body workout (cardio, weights, plyo, and core).


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6 days a week man make sure you give your body enough rest time or your wasting parts of your workouts. But it sounds like your doing a good rotation of workouts that you might be ok.


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6 days a week man make sure you give your body enough rest time or your wasting parts of your workouts. But it sounds like your doing a good rotation of workouts that you might be ok.

yea i switch it upso i work a different set of muscles each day. and i only do ab/core workout 3 times a week. keeps the body from plateauing and keeps the metabolism on high.


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I train 5 days a week,every body part and cardio every day.My aim is strength and size.Some times train a certain body part a couple times a week to improve in certain body part if i am not getting the gain's i require.


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I workout once a week.


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I'm getting ready to start this next month. It should be fun smile
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I lift moderately and trying to incorporate more excercises in my routine to even out my symmetry. Although currentlyI'm focusing on cardio(just finished running awhile ago 3am) since ive gained 20lbs most being body fat in a year

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I train 5 days a week,every body part and cardio every day.My aim is strength and size.Some times train a certain body part a couple times a week to improve in certain body part if i am not getting the gain's i require.

You do know that doing the same muscle groups in consecutive days is not good?


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i train 5 days a week no cardio at the moment just focusing on muscle mass for now i train each body part once a week 8 to 12 reps with heavy weight.


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You do know that doing the same muscle groups in consecutive days is not good?
yeah, as i dont do the same muscle group on consecutive days.


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doing 21 are awesome gives ya biceps and awesome pump feels like your biceps are ripped of the bone.


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Only working with kettel bells, and not excessively. Too much mass puts too much pressure on heart.

Focus more on sparring muay thai and boxing.

Wish I had time for some grappling lessons. Sambo would have been great.


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Originally posted by Röland
You do know that doing the same muscle groups in consecutive days is not good?

bullshit

learn about it before you start talking about it

what may work for one person may not work for another, just because the general consenus is that you shouldn't work the same body apart consecutively, doesn't mean that it applies to everyone

person a, may see greater gains if he works one body part each day

whereas

person b, may see greater gains if he works the same body part on consecutive days

suck on that mofo

*does the 'i am right' dance*

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I joined a gym a couple of years ago to loose weight, started by going on some skiing rotary thing to warm up. Then went on various weight machines for about an hour. Did this 3 times a week or so.

But instead of loosing weight, I gained, ok probably muscle.

But because of that and getting constantly ill due to the bacteria flying about in the gym I binned it.

I can´t run any more due to Achilles problems, and was wondering if there any weight routines you can do at home to loose weight.
I´m not a massive fat git by the way, just got a little belly growing which annoys me.smile

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if you're looking to lose a gut, then you should crank out some crunches or situps

you also need to have a healthy diet, most people don't know it, but the diet is more important than how much weight you lift or how many miles you run

cut down on carbs, cut down on fats and cut down on your calorie intake, focus on lean proteins such as fish and chicken.

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Thanks for that, cutting down on carbs aint easy though eh. Bread, noodles, milk and all that.

Stress and boredome eating is my problem, plus a sweat tooth.

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you don't need to cut down on carbs completely, you just need to eat a steady amount

basically, if you're burning it off then you'll be fine

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