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    Aye, what you drink is just as important as what you eat. Try drinking lots of milk if youd like to gain weight and/or muscle, and try sticking to water if you want a quick easy way to lose weight.
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    Post Re: Workout

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamopy
    Pushkin, if your really into bodyweight stuff why not give this workout a try: http://www.trainforstrength.com/workout1.shtml

    Its one im using at the moment to get back into shape after being quite lazy for the last few months. Doesnt look like much but knocked the crap out of me first time i did it. Theres plenty of other good stuff on that site too.
    I actually tried that only in reverse. Instead of starting at one and moving up to 15, I started at 15 moved my way down to 1. It knocked me out too; cause in total you do around 140 pushups in total! By the time I got down to 10(75 pushups) I was already about to collaspe and I had to struggle just to do the last 1 pushup!

    Thanks for this, its been helpful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Reb
    I just got back into the gym. I'm going on a bulking phase for the next few months, utilizing a high rep, low weight sceme. Then I want to cut down to around 225 and get my strength up using low rep, heavy weight workouts.
    I could be mistaken but, shouldn't you be switching these around? I thought in order to bulk up, low reps and heavy weight is the way. And to cut fat you should do high reps/light weights. When I used to work out with weights, that's how it went with me. I never got big though, because I just mainly wanted to stay in shape; I didn't really care about being bulky. I don't lift weights much anymore, I'm mostly a runner now .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atlancos
    I could be mistaken but, shouldn't you be switching these around? I thought in order to bulk up, low reps and heavy weight is the way. And to cut fat you should do high reps/light weights. When I used to work out with weights, that's how it went with me. I never got big though, because I just mainly wanted to stay in shape; I didn't really care about being bulky. I don't lift weights much anymore, I'm mostly a runner now .
    The general formula for bulking that I know is:
    1. increase caloric intake (make sure you are ingesting substantially more than you are burning)
    2. low reps and high weight - take a few minutes between each set

    It's crucial to eat and sleep enough: this is how and when your body repairs itself and grows (think of teenagers and how much they sleep, compared to old people).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoob
    The general formula for bulking that I know is:
    1. increase caloric intake (make sure you are ingesting substantially more than you are burning)
    2. low reps and high weight - take a few minutes between each set

    It's crucial to eat and sleep enough: this is how and when your body repairs itself and grows (think of teenagers and how much they sleep, compared to old people).
    What if you´re a insomniac ? I am one and i was just wondering , I know it's not healthy but my 4-6 hours of sleep a night feel great. I am pretty sedementary but I can do anything I feel like doing =D ... is it just that I wont 'bulk' ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blut-ehre
    What if you´re a insomniac ? I am one and i was just wondering , I know it's not healthy but my 4-6 hours of sleep a night feel great. I am pretty sedementary but I can do anything I feel like doing =D ... is it just that I wont 'bulk' ?
    I'm not a doctor or a personal trainer, so I don't really know. My informal opinion is that if you are happy with 4-6 hours, then that's how much you should sleep.
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    What is your Workout Routine?

    For those of you who don't have weights or gym memberships. This isn't a thread to help you bulk up, this is a thread to help people start off in the right direction.

    Pushups: 100
    Situps: 200
    calf raises: 50 each leg
    bicep curls: 100 -- in and out
    triceps: 100
    bent over tricep: 100
    squats: 200

    Eggs are also good to eat. Eat about 9 whites and 5 yellows. I also recommend not taking any juice until you've already bulked up to your max. weight.

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    Re: Simple Workout Routine

    I'm doing an non-weight workout but I am not looking to gain weight, only strength and reduce body fat:

    Full-length pushups, on fingertips, 3 sets of 15, one minute break inbetween.

    Abdominal work: seated position, legs in the air and elevated, lift 10 lb. medicine ball from left to right sides holding arms straight, 2 sets of 50.

    One set Peacock position, (yoga), for spinal strength, begin according to strenght and work up to 30 second hold. (This is balancing on hands, elbows on solar plexis, head, legs and feet off ground, in-line.

    Three three-minute rounds on heavy bag, hitting at 100%, three punches jab, right cross, shovel hook (latter with both hands), one minute rest between rounds.

    One round plyometrics, jab and cross, in which contact is made with the bag swinging toward you and you immediately rebound with a second strike--same hand--same punch, 1 set of 15 reps for jab and cross. Three minute rest.

    Two rounds plyometrics, two hand push. As the bag swings to you, you break it and push as hard as possible, 15 reps, one set right leg forward, one set left leg forward. Three minute rest between right and left sides.

    After each set with the heavy bag, 6 second bear hug as an isometric, max. strength, so six sets in all.

    Alternate Day: running

    Each workout two days per week.

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    Re: Simple Workout Routine

    Here are some other good exercises:

    one legged squats

    v-ups, tuck up, straddle up (like sit ups)

    frog jumps

    reverse calf raises

    sit against the wall

    leg lifts

    handstand push ups

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    Re: Simple Workout Routine

    I do weights 2 times a week and then Cardio for 30 mins 4 times a week, i have lost 27 lbs so far..

    I'm starting the Super Squats routine tomorrow..

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