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Old 01-14-2012, 05:40 PM   #3
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Doing some research. Bare with my posts.

Reference on Iron Man:

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Q: In George Turner's September '01 IRONMAN article 'Full-Body Blast,' he says he used a whole-body routine for the first eight years he worked out and gained 90 pounds. Do you honestly think that a whole-body routine like the one he outlines can work?

A: Whole-body workouts are great'and they can work wonders on your body'but to get the most out of them you have to have the right mind-set, which means motivation to the hilt. It takes a lot of fortitude to go to the gym and work every bodypart at each session, especially in the manner Turner suggests. He said his workouts took about two hours each, which is six hours of training a week. .
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