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    Spartacus Workout

    Anyone tried or trying the new spartacus workout. If so seen any results yet? Thinking of trying it in the next couple of days!
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    Next comes the Twilight workout, Wolverine Origins workout, Legion Workout, Avatar Workout, etc. Just pick a program from the stickies.
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    hahaha saw what you did then!
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    Seriously you should check it out! It looks quite good! just type in mens health spartacus workout!
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    Nah, I'm good. Movie/TV series hype workouts are all the rage with magazines. Like the 300 workout, I'll ignore this one.
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    Most popular of all is the Something About Mary workout.
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    I was thinking the same thing, every time a blockbuster movie or show with a bunch of half naked men running around comes out -- there's a routine to go with it.
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    Originally Posted by pooshda View Post
    I was thinking the same thing, every time a blockbuster movie or show with a bunch of half naked men running around comes out -- there's a routine to go with it.
    And they're usually the same workout just rearranged
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    Originally Posted by pooshda View Post
    I was thinking the same thing, every time a blockbuster movie or show with a bunch of half naked men running around comes out -- there's a routine to go with it.

    I think they are coming out with "The Paul Blart Mall Cop" workout. That should be a good one.
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    Originally Posted by Koaia View Post
    Nah, I'm good. Movie/TV series hype workouts are all the rage with magazines. Like the 300 workout, I'll ignore this one.

    Which wasn't even really a workout, more of a time trial/test.
    Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.

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    Originally Posted by barronboy View Post
    Anyone tried or trying the new spartacus workout. If so seen any results yet? Thinking of trying it in the next couple of days!
    Yes, just did the workout for the 1st time today. Great workout for your cardio, and hits about every muscle group. I like it for doing workouts at home because all you need is some dumbbells and a stopwatch.
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    Originally Posted by Koaia View Post
    Next comes the Twilight workout, Wolverine Origins workout, Legion Workout, Avatar Workout, etc. Just pick a program from the stickies.
    You forgot "Dragonball Z: Goku's ultimate workout routine"
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    Originally Posted by Koaia View Post
    Next comes the Twilight workout, Wolverine Origins workout, Legion Workout, Avatar Workout, etc. Just pick a program from the stickies.
    lol
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    right i no, hollywood workouts are this and that and bla bla bla, but is it a good cardio work?? i do a 3day full body routine and mauy thai 2 nites a week, but wouldnt mind doin that 2 mornings a week to boost my cardio more then anything and to fill the day a lil too.
    would anyone reccommend it for the purpose of cardio training??
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    I mean seriously if you're looking for a "spartacus" workout or a "300" workout, either do crossfit or P90X. That's the closest thing you're going to find and the only thing the hollywood workouts have that give great results (outside of anabolic support) is that they are all completely based on the muscle confusion principle
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    You guys need to try the sex and the city workout. It gives great results!
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    in be for the damily guy or futurama workout
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    I had probably posted this question and have done the routine twice now. I could only do one round the first time. It kicks ur ass!! I recommend it highly for cardio n melting some fat because it's HITT!
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    Originally Posted by Robgtfit4life View Post
    I had probably posted this question and have done the routine twice now. I could only do one round the first time. It kicks ur ass!! I recommend it highly for cardio n melting some fat because it's HITT!
    I've tried it for the second time now and still just managed one full circuit but with better form and recovered quicker between sets. it's really an advanced workout and very difficult. Everyone saying it is hype should try it first. I only managed one round as well the first time I tried it,it killed me. Really hits you hard. To break it down, you do the 10 exercises, each for 60 seconds with as many reps as you can fit in and just 15 seconds to rest between each one. Once you've completed an entire circuit you only got 2 minutes to rest before hitting the entire thing for a second and third time. It is very gruelling and I would give serious credit to whoever can complete this circuit 3 times in the recommended time. Sure you could probably mix it up with other exercises but the main thing here is the time you get to complete it all and the minimal rest periods between sets keeps you in that high cardio zone. Try it peeps before you knock it. Anyone up for the challenge?

    Just google it for the work out chart.
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    Originally Posted by barronboy View Post
    Anyone tried or trying the new spartacus workout. If so seen any results yet? Thinking of trying it in the next couple of days!
    If your 211lbs is out of shape and fat, then almost any "circuit" type training, like most Hollywood training "programs" would work, if you control calories. That is if your goal is fat loss.

    If your goal is muscle gain, you might be better inspired by watching "Pumping Iron".
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    Beyond novice:

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    Honestly, the Spartacus workout, the 300 workout, etc. are just CrossFit/circuit style workouts that are given a fancy name. That doesn't mean you should discount their usefulness just based on their Hollywood name if that is the style of workout you are going for though. One thing I like about the 300 workout is the competition aspect of it. The best time that one of the actors got was about 18 minutes and honestly the best that I could get was 30 minutes (http://www.weighttraining.com/workou...0-workout-plan) give it a try its harder than you might think.... (Also, here is the Spartacus workout: http://www.weighttraining.com/workou...s-workout-plan)
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    Originally Posted by floodster View Post
    I think they are coming out with "The Paul Blart Mall Cop" workout. That should be a good one.
    I used to do that workout. It works too. Eat and sit around, get fat. Works every time.
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    Originally Posted by revmbrown View Post
    I used to do that workout. It works too. Eat and sit around, get fat. Works every time.
    The best part about the "Paul Blart Mall Cop" workout is that a cheat meal for the diet plan is when you eat a vegetable
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    Originally Posted by shanemotyer View Post
    right i no, hollywood workouts are this and that and bla bla bla, but is it a good cardio work?? i do a 3day full body routine and mauy thai 2 nites a week, but wouldnt mind doin that 2 mornings a week to boost my cardio more then anything and to fill the day a lil too.
    would anyone reccommend it for the purpose of cardio training??
    Any light weight or bodyweight exercise is good for cardio if you push yourself. I prefer my cardio outdoors in the form of trail running, biking, swimming, skating, kayaking etc.
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    Been doing the Spartacus workout 2-3 times per week for 3 weeks now. It is a mofo. First time I only did 2 out of the 3 rounds. Next few times I finished but rested 3-4 minutes in between rounds instead of 2 minutes. The best part is that you're doing a very hard cardio workout, but without really risking losing muscle. And you're burning calories for long after the workout is done. It's a good way to mix things up and kick your ass for awhile. I'll wouldn't rely on exclusively though.

    It's fun coming up with your own circuit training routine. I used to live by a pretty steep hill. I'd mix in sprints up the hill with various light weight exercises (i.e. jumping squats, lunges holding weight overhead, one arm cleans, shoulder press, star jumps, pullups, star jumps, etc, etc).

    Hell, get on over to an open soccer field. Mix sprints in with some bodyweight exercises. You can get yourself to utter collapse inside of 15 minutes even if you're in great shape and you try hard enough.
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    I know it's been a year....

    Originally Posted by barronboy View Post
    Anyone tried or trying the new spartacus workout. If so seen any results yet? Thinking of trying it in the next couple of days!
    BUT i wanted to say how effing awesome this workout is.
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    Originally Posted by ryanGTO81 View Post
    I've tried it for the second time now and still just managed one full circuit but with better form and recovered quicker between sets. it's really an advanced workout and very difficult. Everyone saying it is hype should try it first. I only managed one round as well the first time I tried it,it killed me. Really hits you hard. To break it down, you do the 10 exercises, each for 60 seconds with as many reps as you can fit in and just 15 seconds to rest between each one. Once you've completed an entire circuit you only got 2 minutes to rest before hitting the entire thing for a second and third time. It is very gruelling and I would give serious credit to whoever can complete this circuit 3 times in the recommended time. Sure you could probably mix it up with other exercises but the main thing here is the time you get to complete it all and the minimal rest periods between sets keeps you in that high cardio zone. Try it peeps before you knock it. Anyone up for the challenge?

    Just google it for the work out chart.
    I've been on it for 15 weeks. These guys don't know what they're missing out on
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    Interesting how the people who like this routine have only 1 post??
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    I do those kind of workouts once in a while on my off days. I prefer circuit training or tabata as my cardio instead of running or eliptical.
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