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    Thumbs up Is Working Out The Same Muscles Everyday Bad? HELP PLEASE

    Hey everyone, im new to this forum and i have a question. For the past week i have been working out the same muscles (upper and lower) everyday hard. Is this bad or can i continue doing this? thanks

    and here is my routine to show what i do so you guys can maybe help me with a more seperated routine for each day

    ((upper))
    40lbs 10x5 dumbell tri. extensions.
    40lbs 10x5 single arm row (dumbells)
    40lbs 10x5 shoulder press (dumbells)
    40lbs 6x5 arm curl (dumbells)
    50lbs 10x5 chest press (dumbells)
    110lbs 6x5 chest press
    100lbs 6x5 peck deck
    110 6x5 lat pulldown

    ((lower))
    leg press
    calf ext.

    ((misc))
    knee raises
    tricep dips
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    oh god.....
    i feel really bad for you.

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    so you row, curl, shoulder press, etc all the same weight.... ?
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    thanks for the help.....
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    Originally Posted by ice_man89 View Post
    so you row, curl, shoulder press, etc all the same weight.... ?
    with dumbells
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    you might as well do a circuit,1 muscle group, once a day, 3-4 exercises, 3-4 sets per, 6-12 reps per, start off with higher reps, as you go heavier go less reps.
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    Originally Posted by bunkerking049 View Post
    Hey everyone, im new to this forum and i have a question. For the past week i have been working out the same muscles (upper and lower) everyday hard. Is this bad or can i continue doing this? thanks

    and here is my routine to show what i do so you guys can maybe help me with a more seperated routine for each day
    Hey,

    Yes this is bad. You need to rest muscles for at least a day after working them out in order for them to grow. Here is a good starting routine. Do it 3 days a week with a rest day in between workout. Do this for a couple months, then you can start adding some other exercises. Ones the routine starts getting to long, thats when you need to split it up....here is the workout.

    Chest Barbell Bench Press 3 x 8, 10, 12
    Back Deadlifts 3 x 8, 10, 12
    Shoulders Military Press 3 x 8, 10, 12
    Quads Squats 3 x 8, 10, 12
    Hamstrings Leg Curls 3 x 8, 10, 12
    Triceps Rope Pressdown 3 x 8, 10, 12
    Biceps Barbell Curl 3 x 8, 10, 12
    Calves Standing Calf Raise 3 x 8, 10, 12
    Abs Crunch 3 x 15
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    Originally Posted by dkemano42 View Post
    Hey,

    Yes this is bad. You need to rest muscles for at least a day after working them out in order for them to grow. Here is a good starting routine. Do it 3 days a week with a rest day in between workout. Do this for a couple months, then you can start adding some other exercises. Ones the routine starts getting to long, thats when you need to split it up....here is the workout.

    Chest Barbell Bench Press 3 x 8, 10, 12
    Back Deadlifts 3 x 8, 10, 12
    Shoulders Military Press 3 x 8, 10, 12
    Quads Squats 3 x 8, 10, 12
    Hamstrings Leg Curls 3 x 8, 10, 12
    Triceps Rope Pressdown 3 x 8, 10, 12
    Biceps Barbell Curl 3 x 8, 10, 12
    Calves Standing Calf Raise 3 x 8, 10, 12
    Abs Crunch 3 x 15

    alright, thanks for the help man. ill try this out!
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    you need to give your muscles 2 days of rest

    you should do 3 sets by 5 reps for strength you can try 3x 8-12 reps for size

    you need to seperate the days into muscle groups so that you focus on 2 muscle groups a day

    Chest back (chest, mid and lower back)
    bi's tri's (Biceps and triceps
    legs abs (calfs, quads, hamstring)
    shoulders and lats (traps, delts, lats)

    I usually do that for grouping
    I also have about 2-3 excercises per muscle group

    don't workout more than an hour - hour and 1/2

    go to the main page of this site and look at the excercises that are broken down to each muscle group
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    Originally Posted by Gainfreak View Post
    you need to give your muscles 2 days of rest

    you should do 3 sets by 5 reps for strength you can try 3x 8-12 reps for size

    you need to seperate the days into muscle groups so that you focus on 2 muscle groups a day

    Chest back (chest, mid and lower back)
    bi's tri's (Biceps and triceps
    legs abs (calfs, quads, hamstring)
    shoulders and lats (traps, delts, lats)

    I usually do that for grouping
    I also have about 2-3 excercises per muscle group

    don't workout more than an hour - hour and 1/2

    go to the main page of this site and look at the excercises that are broken down to each muscle group
    ok ill check it out. thanks
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    Originally Posted by bunkerking049 View Post
    Hey everyone, im new to this forum and i have a question. For the past week i have been working out the same muscles (upper and lower) everyday hard. Is this bad or can i continue doing this? thanks

    and here is my routine to show what i do so you guys can maybe help me with a more seperated routine for each day

    ((upper))
    40lbs 10x5 dumbell tri. extensions.
    40lbs 10x5 single arm row (dumbells)
    40lbs 10x5 shoulder press (dumbells)
    40lbs 6x5 arm curl (dumbells)
    50lbs 10x5 chest press (dumbells)
    110lbs 6x5 chest press
    100lbs 6x5 peck deck
    110 6x5 lat pulldown

    ((lower))
    leg press
    calf ext.

    ((misc))
    knee raises
    tricep dips
    *facepalm*

    It's incredible...the questions some people ask. Sigh.

    Over-training, man. Give your muscles some time to rest. Always give at LEAST a day inbetween workouts for the same muscle.
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    Originally Posted by fitlover View Post
    *facepalm*

    It's incredible...the questions some people ask. Sigh.

    Over-training, man. Give your muscles some time to rest. Always give at LEAST a day inbetween workouts for the same muscle.
    alrite. im tryin to figure out a routine right now
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    Originally Posted by bunkerking049 View Post
    alrite. im tryin to figure out a routine right now
    Just remember that when you plan your routine, you need to work it out so that you're training one large muscle and one small muscle together on the same day, but never two major muscle groups.

    Ex:

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    -Legs and shoulders.

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    Originally Posted by bunkerking049 View Post
    ((upper))
    40lbs 10x5 dumbell tri. extensions.
    40lbs 10x5 single arm row (dumbells)
    40lbs 10x5 shoulder press (dumbells)
    40lbs 6x5 arm curl (dumbells)
    50lbs 10x5 chest press (dumbells)
    110lbs 6x5 chest press
    100lbs 6x5 peck deck
    110 6x5 lat pulldown

    ((lower))
    leg press
    calf ext.

    ((misc))
    knee raises
    tricep dips
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    Originally Posted by fitlover View Post
    Just remember that when you plan your routine, you need to work it out so that you're training one large muscle and one small muscle together on the same day, but never two major muscle groups.

    Ex:

    -Back and biceps

    -Legs and shoulders.

    Etc.
    will do. thanks
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    Originally Posted by AirChair View Post
    I'm going to have to use a picture series to express my response...



    *because one just isn't enough*

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    Do what allergic2rice said. Now.
    if your not gonna help me please dont post in my thread. im new to this workout thing and im just askin for help
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    Originally Posted by bunkerking049 View Post
    if your not gonna help me please dont post in my thread. im new to this workout thing and im just askin for help
    Your current plan for working out:

    1. Decide you want big arms
    2. Do ridiculous exercises for them
    3. ????
    4. FAIL!

    It should've looked more like:

    1. Understand your lack of knowledge
    2. Seek out someone to properly guide you
    3. Follow their advice
    4. PROFIT!

    You can't seriously not expect to get a little flamed for posting what you did. Consider the ridiculing posts your pledge hazing...can't get into the fraternity without putting up with it. Almost all of us had pathetically dumb ideas about working out at one point or another and got blasted for it, and now we're paying it forward.

    As a thought, though, there are some spectacular options for finding the information required to not look like a tool. One is Google. Two is the Search function on this site.

    For right now, stick to basic pre-made workout programs like Rippetoe's. Don't worry about Westside or anything, stick to the basics. Absolutely DO NOT make up your own program at the moment.
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    Originally Posted by AirChair View Post
    Your current plan for working out:

    1. Decide you want big arms
    2. Do ridiculous exercises for them
    3. ????
    4. FAIL!

    It should've looked more like:

    1. Understand your lack of knowledge
    2. Seek out someone to properly guide you
    3. Follow their advice
    4. PROFIT!

    You can't seriously not expect to get a little flamed for posting what you did. Consider the ridiculing posts your pledge hazing...can't get into the fraternity without putting up with it. Almost all of us had pathetically dumb ideas about working out at one point or another and got blasted for it, and now we're paying it forward.

    As a thought, though, there are some spectacular options for finding the information required to not look like a tool. One is Google. Two is the Search function on this site.

    For right now, stick to basic pre-made workout programs like Rippetoe's. Don't worry about Westside or anything, stick to the basics. Absolutely DO NOT make up your own program at the moment.
    anddd that is why i came here for help and advice.
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