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Old 05-20-2010, 04:35 PM   #11
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INSANE LEG WORKOUT TODAY!!

Front Squat: 165 X 6 185 X 6 225 X 6 250 X 4 (Failure)

Wall-Sits: 3 sets @ 1 min each (The first 2 exercises were super setted)

1 legged press: 45 on each side X 6 45 & 25 on each side X 6 (Did this for 2 sets)

Leg Extensions: 170 X 6 175 X 6 190 X 6 210 X 6

Lunges:30 LB dumbbells x 6 on each leg 35 X 6 (Did this for 2 sets)

I wanted to pass out at this point but I had to push through!!

Standing Leg Curls: 40 X 6 each leg (TOO EASY!!) 60 X 6 (Did this 2 times)

Laying Leg Curl: 140 X 6 (TOO EASY!!!) 160 X 6 (STILL TOO EASY) 180 X 6 (Did this 2 times)

Good Girl Machine: 160 X 6 180 X 6 190 X 6

I don't have to wait until tomorrow to get my penguin walk. I already have it! Let me know what you think about my workout.
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Old 05-20-2010, 05:05 PM   #12
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to be honest you definitely pounded the crap out of them. your young so you can probably handle all those sets and reps you did but as you get older you'll want to simplify that routine a little. i think you could do a couple less movements and still have the same results.
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I need to get a good back workout that is as good as my leg workout. I am going to take pictures and see what everyone think I should improve on the most. Right now, I think my back is my weakest body part. I want to bust in in the gym as much as I can until December and then get in contest shape for a winter competition. Let me know what you think.
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Can anyone out there help me formulate a good muscle building meal plan? Thanks!
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Can anyone out there help me formulate a good muscle building meal plan? Thanks!
Lots of food disregard macros acquire calories
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Old 05-21-2010, 05:02 PM   #16
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ANOTHER AWESOME WORKOUT!!

Chest and Shoulders today:

Dumbbell Bench: 55 X 6 60 X 6 68 X 6 (2 times)

Barbell Decline: 135 X 6 155 X 6 (Outter grip for first 2 sets) 155 X 6 185 X 3 135 X 3 (Inner Grip for last 2 sets)

Dumbbell Incline: 40 X 6 (easy!) 48 X 7 50 X 6 53 X 6

Incline Dumbbell Flies: 22 X 7 25 X 6 22 X 6 (2 times)

SHOULDERS:

Front Raises: 22 X 6 25 X 6 27 X 6

Behind Neck Presses: 135 X 6 135 X 6 155 X 4 135 X 2 135 X 8

Lateral Raises: 20 X 6 (3 times)

Barbell Presses: 135 X 5.5 (Fail) 135 X 6 135 X 6 145 X 6

Last 2 exercises were super setted.

I am already feeling the effects of this workout. Let me know if you like it.
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But not just crap food right? I still need to pay some attention so I gain muscle not fat. Right?
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But not just crap food right? I still need to pay some attention so I gain muscle not fat. Right?
Depends on you. I just started eating dirty and increasing my cals and I'm not gaining much fat but, the weight is coming on nicely.
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when u bulk don't put on to much fat, i put on to much this winter and am struggling to get it off, i would recommend staying below 13% itll really help when ur trying to get into contest shape
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i just saw your picture and it looks like you have good body structure to put on size, i just think you need to be pounding out a lot more calories cause you lookin on the skinny side

i just saw your supplements too, and i dunno about you but i always brake the bank on supplement so i thought id let you know it might not be necessary to supplement with the optimums glutamine when xtend has more then enough glutamine in it

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