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    Great post. :-)

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    Helped me, was confused about isolation and full body workouts, thanks!

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    Originally Posted by PushingTheLimit View Post
    Thanks, im going to take a deload week and then hit it harder than ever



    bro takin all these supplements(wich uve listd) iz safe..?

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    Originally Posted by imteyaz.ghouse View Post
    bro takin all these supplements(wich uve listd) iz safe..?
    That isn't many supps. it is:

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    Originally Posted by RippedAchilles View Post
    +1 very good post
    thanks very helpful

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    as a bit of a noob at this stuff, answered a few questions i was going to make a thread about. cheers

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    Question

    I want to start training and I don't no where exactly to start, what I want to do is lose weight before I begin any form of weight training. My regime is to jog 30 mintes four to six days a week to burn as much fat as I can. I have been doing this for the past few months and I have reduced my body fat by 3% to roughly about 28% which is good since some fat. Recently I have been finding it hard and tiresome to job so I want to speed up my results by taking up some supplments for fat burning and energy. The supplments I want to use are Lipo 6 Black, Animal Cuts, Sub Q. Which one do you think I should use; also in the summer hoilidays I'm thinking of using the rowing machine and anything else related to fat burning.

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    I'm currently in the navy waiting to go to boot camp, I've been running, doing push ups, and sit ups constantly everyday to get myself prepared. My running is ok and push ups are great but the only problem i'm having is sit ups. I get tired really quick after 30. Is there a way to improve my sit ups?

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    Originally Posted by trinironnie View Post
    I'm currently in the navy waiting to go to boot camp, I've been running, doing push ups, and sit ups constantly everyday to get myself prepared. My running is ok and push ups are great but the only problem i'm having is sit ups. I get tired really quick after 30. Is there a way to improve my sit ups?
    grease the groove style. Lots of sub-maximal sets throughout the day.

    If you can do 30 sit ups. Do many, many sets of 15 throughout the day. At the end of the week, do a till-failure set. See how high you get. If it is now 40, then that isyour new benchmark. Next week do sets of 20 throughout your days. Lather, rinse, repeat.
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    Originally Posted by Ghulam1991 View Post
    I want to start training and I don't no where exactly to start, what I want to do is lose weight before I begin any form of weight training. My regime is to jog 30 mintes four to six days a week to burn as much fat as I can. I have been doing this for the past few months and I have reduced my body fat by 3% to roughly about 28% which is good since some fat. Recently I have been finding it hard and tiresome to job so I want to speed up my results by taking up some supplments for fat burning and energy. The supplments I want to use are Lipo 6 Black, Animal Cuts, Sub Q. Which one do you think I should use; also in the summer hoilidays I'm thinking of using the rowing machine and anything else related to fat burning.

    So Ghulam, I'm not sure about taking fat burning supplements but in regards to rowing you should definitely start using the erg (rowing machine). It should help you burn some fat and eventually you will see the toning results. The one important thing is to know the correct form which is really really important. Try it out and I'm sure you'll feel the burn...p.s really good cardio.

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    Originally Posted by chazzy1864 View Post
    grease the groove style. Lots of sub-maximal sets throughout the day.

    If you can do 30 sit ups. Do many, many sets of 15 throughout the day. At the end of the week, do a till-failure set. See how high you get. If it is now 40, then that isyour new benchmark. Next week do sets of 20 throughout your days. Lather, rinse, repeat.

    Thats good advice, the only thing I would add to that is try doing some core exercises, i.e planks. Building core strength is important in building overall strength and it will definitely help you increase your endurance when doing situps.

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    excellent. if you beat someone about the head and shoulders with the common sense club, surely something will sink in....

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    Overdoing it?

    ok so i have been training for about 6 years now. i started to really hit heavy movements a couple years back. 2 of the movements that i have come to favor for triceps are the reverse grip and the close grip. I always pair my triceps with my chest in the same workout. i understand that the triceps are used for majority of the chest movements when working chest. Would it be an overload on both my chest and triceps if i decided to do close grip and reverse grip in the same day? i feel like itd be adding an extra workout to both and therefore overworking rather than building up good mass.
    any ideas?

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    nice info, however.. i need to do some other research to get my desired routine.. thanks

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    thanks for sharing so much useful tips, this made know something that I used to misused and I may keep your Q&A in my mind for a long time

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    quick question

    i been doing 8 6 4 2 1 bench press routine and today my last rep i got 170 lb. anyone have a guess what i could get if i went to just max??

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    nice thread

    nice thread, i am really looking for specific exercise for my tummy cause i want to loose size of it.

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    Originally Posted by ara009 View Post
    nice thread, i am really looking for specific exercise for my tummy cause i want to loose size of it.
    eat less. You can't spot reduce.

    + it's lose, not loose.
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    My bad, typo

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    I always hear that flat barbell bench is not the best workout for chest. Im just curious to hear what are the best workouts?

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    Quick question

    Simple one I've never been sure of. When recording weights or talking about my max's etc, do I add the weight of the bar (20kg), or just count the weight plates added.

    Cheers!

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    Originally Posted by bailey7 View Post
    Simple one I've never been sure of. When recording weights or talking about my max's etc, do I add the weight of the bar (20kg), or just count the weight plates added.

    Cheers!
    Generally yes, you are still lifting that weight.

    However, if it helps you track the weight better, by not adding the bar, then that is your call.
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    I always hear that flat barbell bench is not the best workout for chest. Im just curious to hear what are the best workouts?

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    You'll get mixed opinions. Some like decline, others chest dips, and there are many who believe whole-heartedly in flat bench.

    It is best just to try different things and see which is best for you.
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    very informative post

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    great information. thanks for posting!

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    super post!

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    Amazing Thread, I read it, first thing I've done on these forums. It answered a lot of things for me. Especially the Ab part and the Over-Training part. Thanks for the Thread.

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    shoulder issues

    I have been doing many shoulder exercises, and whenever I come the the lateral raises, my shoulder "pops" something awful. I've lowered the weight to 3 lbs, and yet it still happens. I really need to work the medial head or front of my delts...what should I do?

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    Originally Posted by stephypoo View Post
    I have been doing many shoulder exercises, and whenever I come the the lateral raises, my shoulder "pops" something awful. I've lowered the weight to 3 lbs, and yet it still happens. I really need to work the medial head or front of my delts...what should I do?
    For the medial deltoid, lateral raises and upright rows are the "go-to" exercises. Since lateral raises are bothering your shoulder, you could try upright rows, but those tend to give people trouble more often than laterals. But you never know.

    Another thing you could try is to try different lateral raise variants: leaning lateral raises, lying lateral raises, using cables instead of DB's (or vice versa), etc. to see if one of those works better for you.
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