|06-25-2012 01:02 PM|
BUMP from the dead!! Lol.
Wow... lots of good numbers in here!
If anyone has issues with plateaus and such could give doggcrapp training a try (for more experienced lifters):
Quick run down of the concept can be read at http://dc-training.blogspot.com/
|11-22-2011 11:15 PM|
|BlckZTS||whats the proper way to bench!|
|11-22-2011 09:32 PM|
|sgtsmasher||i benched 305 last week 11/16/2011 it was amazing|
|11-17-2011 08:05 PM|
|BlckZTS||i swear I would be huge if I ate right, so just make sure to have a good diet, it does help alot|
|11-16-2011 12:08 PM|
Wondering what you guys would suggest for me?
I'm a total noob with weigh training I did take 1 college class of it 3 years ago but that pretty much just consisted of me showing up monday/wed/friday and doing 3 sets with 5-6 reps of as much weight as I thought I could handle on each different machine.
Weight: 180 (yup i'm skinny and gangly as can be)
Its been realistically about a year since I've been in any sort of shape. last summer I was mountain biking 100-120 miles per week from April through November but then went hit and I couldnt bike, then spring rolled around and I started taking summer classes and got a new job and I just couldnt find time.
now I'm ready to get back into shape! I'd like to bulk up a bit and get some muscle mass/tone
I'm planning to workout Mon/Wed/Fri as those are the only evenings I have a 2-3hr block of time to devote to working out.
if it helps with making suggestions my diet currently looks like this:
Breakfast: yogurt and a granola bar (old habit from playing soccer in HS its just stuck)
Lunch: fast food typically wendys/BK (as of last week I replaced BK with subway and wendys with homemade sandwhiches)
Dinner: Whatever's handy, I'm a meat and taters sort of guy so burgers/steaks/chicken the occasional pizza.
|11-09-2011 01:03 AM|
I havent been working out for too long but i have noticed differences! right now i am using Neurocore pre workout powder, and 100% whey protien for post work out.
I usually pair up shoulders and bi ceps, back and traps, chest and tri ceps,
I incorporate legs and abs into my workouts daily as well.
any questions just ask :)
|11-06-2011 07:28 PM|
ive always liked sharing workout routines and sups that i take with people but a lot of people that i talk to seem to loose interest with the topic anyways
sups:jacked (pre) protein and post amp pills (post)
size gained since high school:135-180 in 6 yrs
nickname from friends now:no neck hahaha
consists of a 4 week 4 day cycle
monday is chest and tri
tuesday is shoulders and traps
wednesday is back and bis
thursday is upper legs and calves
randoms on friday like abs or bike but abs are included after every workout day
then the following week shoulders and traps would be on monday, and chest and tris would be on thursday
thats how i cycle my workout, it works great, i actually acquired it from a muscle and fitness mag a few years back and modified it to what it is now
also each workout i do consists of:
4 sets and 5 reps per exercise and i do 4 exercises for major groups (i.e. chest, shoulders, back....)
and 3 exercises for complimenting body parts (i.e. tris, bis)
and for traps and calves i do two different exercises for each one
doing 4 sets of 15 for one exercise of calves/traps
then another 4 sets of 15 reps same parts different exercise...
gets intense haha...if you want to know more ill go more into detail but thats it for now lol
|10-31-2011 06:50 PM|
i started training December-May...sorta trained May-August and now I'm back on it.
Routine: 3 days a week
Running and ab workouts every session. 3 reps of 9.
100% whey protein
I have noticed myself getting much more tone, but I'm not getting "huge" by any means. I just want to gain a bit more mass and tone it up. So we have similar workout plans and similar goals!
|10-17-2011 10:57 AM|
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