Sit-ups (35,35,35,35) are done everyday before all workouts
DB Deadlifts (15,15,15,15)
DB In Place Lunges (15,15,15,15)
DB Squats (15,15,15,15)
Leg Extensions (15,15,15,15)
Bulgarian Split Squats (15,15)
Ham Curls (15,15,15)
DB Weighted Explosions (10,10)
Calf Raises (35,35,35,35)
DB Rolls>Seated Power Cleans (10,10,10,10)
DB Bench Press>DB Front Raises (10,10,10,10)
DB Shoulder Press>DB Upright Rows (10,10,10,10)
DB Shrugs>DB Curls (10,10,10,10)
DB Tricep Kickbacks>DB Medial Delt Raises (10,10,10,10)
DB Side Raises(10,10,10,10) > are supersets
Thursday-Same as Monday
Friday-Same as Tuesday
Can someone tell me which day i can put in pylos?
Here are my pylos
Depth Jumps (6,6,6,6)
Box Jumps (6,6,6,6)
Rim Jumps (6,6,6,6)
Lunge Jumps (6,6,6,6)
I am training for bball and sometimes i would stay back at school during Friday so i'm planning to move the Upper body day to Saturday on those days.
02-15-2013, 04:19 AM #1
Please take a look at my workout.
Last edited by anderson1010; 02-16-2013 at 07:46 AM.
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02-16-2013, 11:25 AM #8
1: Stop begging/pouting, you're coming off as a very weak/immature idividual. Nobody in life feels bad for the person that tries to get people to feel bad for them.
2: If you really want to get big like us (like you said in one of your above posts) and want to get a lot better at sports, then your need to find a gym with barbells and heavier dumbbells.
3: If you are just looking to get a little better at sports, want to lose weight, and don't care if you gain that much muscle or not, then go ahead and use those weights.Be phenomenal or be forgotten. -Eric Thomas
Future sports-based gym owner. Currently studying exercise science at college and playing D3 football.
5' 11", 210 lbs
Power Clean: 290
02-16-2013, 10:32 PM #9
I'm sorry to everyone guys and thanks for your humble opinions.
So i must really have a barbell to be able to get strong right?
So how much weight should i buy i'm planning to buy one but idk how much weight i should buy or someone
can gimme me a link to where i can view but since i'm living in malaysia i'm not sure if they would ship here or it would be expensive
02-17-2013, 12:56 AM #10
02-17-2013, 01:27 AM #11
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Start doing bodyweight movements. Using single leg movements will help as well. You have already, but a one legged deadlift will help your athleticism a great deal. A one legged squat is quite a feat to work towards for many.
You can load exercises like pushups very well with plates. That will give you 60-80% of your bodyweight, plus the plate in loading.
There is a lot you can do without a gym to get started. As has been pointed out, if you want to get big, you'll need to get to a gym in the near future. But you can make a bodyweight workout work well towards your basketball -especially with adjustable dumbells.
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