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crazy arms
01-10-2003, 09:50 AM
hey everyone i have been working out for 2 months just starting but doing i have gained several pounds just in 2 months cause i drink lots of water and keep my fat down and i am only 15 yrs old
and i don't have much equipement i have a curling bar and two
dumbells so be nice please no smart ass replys please if anybody has any ideas for me please post them thx. and feel free to modify this list to help thx

-20 lifts 50lbs curls(2sets)
-20 lifts 25lbs tricep(2sets)
-20 lifts 20lbs forearms breaks(2sets)
-20 lifts 60lbs legs (2 sets)
-15 lifts 20lbs shoulders (2sets)
-30 lifts 70lbs benchpress (1set)
-15 lifts 20lbs neck(1 set)
-100 sit ups(2sets)
-100 crunches(sets)

01-10-2003, 10:18 AM
So have you decided to get into powerlifting?

01-10-2003, 10:22 AM
Just to fill everyone in, I made some comments on another thread. I will copy and paste those here:

I think you need to do some reading and find a new routine. You do absolutely nothing for back. Is there a reason for this?
For back, try this:
Bent-over rows

Your rep range is also way too high. 30 reps on bench?! Stay in the 6-12 range if mass is your goal. If strength is your goal, come talk to us in the powerlifting forum.

You say you dont have much equipment...exactly what do you have? All you need to have a great workout, IMO, is:
Squat rack

Have a look around the routines forum, and do some reading. Then post any more questions you have.
Those were my comments when looking at this from a bodybuilding point-of-view.

Now, for my comments about using it as a powerlifting workout:
You need a whole new routine. Read the stickys above, and read about westside, 3x3, 5x5, and old school routines. Read, read, and read some more. Then post specific questions.

01-10-2003, 12:30 PM
100 reps situps for 2 sets?
110 reps crunches for 2 sets?

I'm speechless.