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Old 01-01-2013, 08:54 PM   #961 (permalink)
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the loading phase is bs, IMO.
if you really want to load, just do 5g before, then 5g right after your WO for the first week... then go to 5g after your WO after the first week.
What's your workout routine right now? Are you doing a 3 day split or are you going 5 days a week?
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What's your workout routine right now? Are you doing a 3 day split or are you going 5 days a week?
im going 6 days a week currently.
i know its alot but im addicted.
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im going 6 days a week currently.
i know its alot but im addicted.
Lol your a beast. During these last 4-5 months I've been quite addicted myself. The first month started off quite slow but after the 3rd I picked it up. For instance, I started off doing 30 pounders on the incline DB press. Now I'm throwing up 65's on incline and 80's on flat. My goal is to be able to man handle the 100's. One day. The time will come lol.
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Hey guys self professed lazy fuck here. When thanksgiving past I made a commitment to myself that I change my eating habits and be more active (mainly cardio). 20 pounds later and a much more discipline eating schedule I feel great. However; now I want to take it to the next level. What would be a good starting program for a lazy ass like myself. Mind you I'm going to start at 2 days a week I don't want to put too much on my plate and just give up.


Any suggestions would be much appreciated
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Hey guys self professed lazy fuck here. When thanksgiving past I made a commitment to myself that I change my eating habits and be more active (mainly cardio). 20 pounds later and a much more discipline eating schedule I feel great. However; now I want to take it to the next level. What would be a good starting program for a lazy ass like myself. Mind you I'm going to start at 2 days a week I don't want to put too much on my plate and just give up.


Any suggestions would be much appreciated
Do a 3 day split. For example:

Mon: Chest, Triceps, and Biceps
Wed: Back, Shoulders, and Traps
Fri: Legs

If I'm just starting off I'd stick with about 3-4 sets per exercise and about 10-15 reps per a set. Also, I would slowly increase the weight after each set. If you can do 10 reps on your last set the weight should be fine.

First set: 15 reps
Second: 12-15 reps
Third: 10-12 reps
Fourth: 10 reps

Just my take. After all it's just advice and in the end you can do whatever the fuck you wanna do.
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Old 01-03-2013, 12:52 AM   #966 (permalink)
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Hey guys self professed lazy fuck here. When thanksgiving past I made a commitment to myself that I change my eating habits and be more active (mainly cardio). 20 pounds later and a much more discipline eating schedule I feel great. However; now I want to take it to the next level. What would be a good starting program for a lazy ass like myself. Mind you I'm going to start at 2 days a week I don't want to put too much on my plate and just give up.


Any suggestions would be much appreciated

Do something that is proven

strength routine: The Starting Strength Novice/Beginner Programs - Starting Strength Wiki

i personally dont like powercleans and substituted bent over barbell rows

A more bodybuilding-ish routine: A Simple Beginner's Routine - Bodybuilding.com Forums

very simple and very effective

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I reccomend P90X. It's a good program for beginners, and if you want more strength than cutting, adjust your nutrition plan with more carbs, and more cal in general, and more weights lifted with less reps. It's great because it will build you up balanced, something most beginners struggle with. and do the yoga, or else you'll end up totally unflexible
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I reccomend P90X. It's a good program for beginners, and if you want more strength than cutting, adjust your nutrition plan with more carbs, and more cal in general, and more weights lifted with less reps. It's great because it will build you up balanced, something most beginners struggle with. and do the yoga, or else you'll end up totally unflexible
Yoga is for softies. Stick to the prison workout.
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hahah, normally id agree. but no joke, that p90x yoga is insane.
i remember doing 25 minutes of it and then calling it quits. i was sweating buckets, and didnt want to finish it. it was tough.
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hahah, normally id agree. but no joke, that p90x yoga is insane.
i remember doing 25 minutes of it and then calling it quits. i was sweating buckets, and didnt want to finish it. it was tough.
+1. biggest cardio burn in the program for me was/is the yoga. and there's plyo in the program.......
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After I drink my post workout shake I'm usually too full to eat dinner right away. Do any of you guys take your shake with dinner? Or is it not beneficial that way?
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After I drink my post workout shake I'm usually too full to eat dinner right away. Do any of you guys take your shake with dinner? Or is it not beneficial that way?
I can't stomach it. I just take my shake, shower, then eat dinner. that gives a good 20 mins or so in between it.
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After I drink my post workout shake I'm usually too full to eat dinner right away. Do any of you guys take your shake with dinner? Or is it not beneficial that way?
are you taking a weight gainer, or just a regular protein shake?
if its a regular protien shake, there shouldnt be a problem... just use water (not milk) and use less of it.
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are you taking a weight gainer, or just a regular protein shake?
if its a regular protien shake, there shouldnt be a problem... just use water (not milk) and use less of it.
I use BSN Syntha 6 Protein.
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I use BSN Syntha 6 Protein.
ahhh, the good stuff!
you dont need alot of water for that.... or milk. 250 ml at most. chug that right after your workout, then eat 30 mins later. unless you are eating a crap load for dinner, you should be fine.
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I reccomend P90X. It's a good program for beginners, and if you want more strength than cutting, adjust your nutrition plan with more carbs, and more cal in general, and more weights lifted with less reps. It's great because it will build you up balanced, something most beginners struggle with. and do the yoga, or else you'll end up totally unflexible
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hahah, normally id agree. but no joke, that p90x yoga is insane.
i remember doing 25 minutes of it and then calling it quits. i was sweating buckets, and didnt want to finish it. it was tough.
oh cool I have P90x lying around. I actually tried Insanity but I really thought its an injury waiting to happen. Makes you sweat buckets though
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I always neglect working out the stomach area. what are the best ab workouts other than sit-ups?
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I always neglect working out the stomach area. what are the best ab workouts other than sit-ups?
ab ripper x. p90x's core workout. it's killer and gives awesome results. just torrent it
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ab ripper x. p90x's core workout. it's killer and gives awesome results. just torrent it
this one?
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I always neglect working out the stomach area. what are the best ab workouts other than sit-ups?
Planks...Planks...and more Planks...


I did the P90AB Ripper Pzabby is referring to, and it worked for a while, but I eventually hit a wall, and it became too easy. I could do like 3-4 sets of the Ab Ripper and feel nothing..

I started doing planks recently and let me tell you I am seeing results...Started at 1 minute 30 seconds, now I'm doing 4 minute planks easy.

There are tons of different planks you can do too.

My trip to Cancun was on 21st of December, I started doing pure planks around early December and saw results by the time I left.
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