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Travadone wrote:
that routine remind posted is such stupid bullshit i cant even get into it.


my weekly routine i lift 5 days a week on top of muay thai,boxing,bjj




Aren't you supposed to skip a day in between to let the muscles heal. I read that it can be counterproductive to lift everyday.
Post Thu Aug 13, 2009 12:52 pm
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Confidential wrote:
Travadone wrote:
that routine remind posted is such stupid bullshit i cant even get into it.


my weekly routine i lift 5 days a week on top of muay thai,boxing,bjj




Aren't you supposed to skip a day in between to let the muscles heal. I read that it can be counterproductive to lift everyday.
im an athelete, and fighter, 2 on 1 off,my weeks arent really weeks.
Post Thu Aug 13, 2009 12:55 pm
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remind wrote:
crash wrote:
i bike at least 10 miles a day and this fall i'll be rowing 2-3 times a week. that pretty much takes care of everything.


I wish I could go rowing.

Does anyone run? Looking back I can't believe I used to run cross country. 5-7 miles a day used to be nothing. In such horrible running shape now. I can run up and down the basketball court...that's about it.

I've been training for a marathon, I'm up to five mile runs but not everyday. i have a serious concern about blowing my knee out during the training.
Post Thu Aug 13, 2009 12:56 pm
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Confidential wrote:
Travadone wrote:
that routine remind posted is such stupid bullshit i cant even get into it.


my weekly routine i lift 5 days a week on top of muay thai,boxing,bjj




Aren't you supposed to skip a day in between to let the muscles heal. I read that it can be counterproductive to lift everyday.


You aren't lifting the same muscle group every day. Back & biceps one day, Chest & triceps the next, then legs and shoulders. Basically one muscle group is resting while the other is working.
Post Thu Aug 13, 2009 12:57 pm
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remind wrote:
was for me to gain weight and never lifted any lower body. Stupid.


man, i was the exact same.. complaining how i was a hard gainer (which i am) but always concentrating on the upper body and now the lower.. so dumb.. doesn't work that way!
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3 sets of 10 repetitions of 225

maximum: 325
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DOUBLE POST

Last edited by passenger on Thu Aug 13, 2009 1:12 pm; edited 1 time in total
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remind wrote:
was for me to gain weight and never lifted any lower body. Stupid.


man, i was the exact same.. complaining how i was a hard gainer (which i am) but always concentrating on the upper body and now the lower.. so dumb.. doesn't work that way!
the 5x5 program is great for hardgainers, compound movements, deadlifts,squats...eat big lift big get big
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ugh.. some kind of "debug" error

TRIPLE POST
Post Thu Aug 13, 2009 1:11 pm
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it's true, this thread is pretty ridiculous. like that dude whose arms exploded.

check it: training.fitness.com

in high school once we did nasty weights. we didn't really get much better at soccer, just at getting carded.
Post Thu Aug 13, 2009 1:17 pm
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edit: woah. same here. and i try so hard never to press it more than once! haha.

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Travadone wrote:
eat big lift big get big


i do the lift big (well as much as i can).. but the eat big is hard for me.. i KNOW it's all about eating the right foods and stuff but for some reason i have a fear of getting fat over being cut, haha.. i guess it stems from being the fat kid when i was little.. but now my girlfriend is a trainer so she makes my meals, makes sure i eat more than i'm comfortable with, and trains the shit out of me so hopefully i'll see more gains soon....

not bad having an in house nutritionist / cook / trainer
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passenger wrote:
Travadone wrote:
eat big lift big get big


i do the lift big (well as much as i can).. but the eat big is hard for me.. i KNOW it's all about eating the right foods and stuff but for some reason i have a fear of getting fat over being cut, haha.. i guess it stems from being the fat kid when i was little.. but now my girlfriend is a trainer so she makes my meals, makes sure i eat more than i'm comfortable with, and trains the shit out of me so hopefully i'll see more gains soon....

not bad having an in house nutritionist / cook / trainer
thats where protein shakes come in buddy.

outside of your 3 whole food meals have at least 3 shakes as well
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Travadone wrote:
passenger wrote:
Travadone wrote:
eat big lift big get big


i do the lift big (well as much as i can).. but the eat big is hard for me.. i KNOW it's all about eating the right foods and stuff but for some reason i have a fear of getting fat over being cut, haha.. i guess it stems from being the fat kid when i was little.. but now my girlfriend is a trainer so she makes my meals, makes sure i eat more than i'm comfortable with, and trains the shit out of me so hopefully i'll see more gains soon....

not bad having an in house nutritionist / cook / trainer
thats where protein shakes come in buddy.

outside of your 3 whole food meals have at least 3 shakes as well


3 shakes? damn.. i've only been doing one.. and eating breakfast, snack, lunch, snack, shake, dinner.... i was thinking about adding another shake though so might have to do that
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always wake up to a shake and before bed a shake...and the other is postworkout shake.


when you wake up you need that first one to get to the muscle since you were fasting during sleep.

post workout shake helps rebuild with proteins and glycogen

before bed shake make sure its casein or milk protein so its aslow release while you sleep.
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