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... When it comes to exercise in general, more is not always better. That's especially true when it comes to weight training. When you lift weights, you're basically causing tears in your muscles. ... (8 replies)
... From the weight training books I've read they recommend that you rest and recover whatever muscle group you've worked for 48 hours so if you work your upper body on Mon you would then lift on Thurs rhose same muscles. Today I did lowe body and abs and will do it again on Sat. ... (8 replies)
... like pullups or lat pull and rows, and in your leg workout you need to also do some calve raises. ... (2 replies)

... I dont know if you would do this, but it would be really great if you could write out a time table for me for 1 week, then I can keep repeating that each week. I would know exactly what to do then. I sort of know what to do from reading your text but I am a little confused in places. ... (10 replies)
... Your welcome..I am so happy I can help you and working out is my biggest outlet and has helped me avoid surgery on neck and back for 7 years!! It keeps your body and mind strong too! You will see. ... (10 replies)
How many reps??
Apr 19, 2006
... is kinda high,so I'm doing alot of cardio with different intensity.I was doing abs everyday,but after reading the replys to the thread I made on here,I started doing abs every other day. ... (6 replies)
... Do cardio everyday, for @ 20 min, and as intense as possible ( Be sure to take in enough carbs everyday to maintain glycogen stores ) Weight training should be brief and intense. Lift heavier weights, failing at lower reps ( 6 to 10 reps. Exhaust larger muscle groups with lower reps, 6 to 8, and exhaust smaller muscle groups, like abs, with 8 to 10 reps ). Do a variety... (7 replies)
... there is no general "proper" way to work any muscle. It depends on your goal. Are you working the endurance? ... (12 replies)
... Basically when lifting i'd lift arms monday legs tuesday, arms wendesday, legs thursday, to let your muscles regenerate. ... (6 replies)
... Basically when lifting i'd lift arms monday legs tuesday, arms wendesday, legs thursday, to let your muscles regenerate. ... (6 replies)
... Basically when lifting i'd lift arms monday legs tuesday, arms wendesday, legs thursday, to let your muscles regenerate. ... (6 replies)
... Hey, I'm a teenage male and I want to start gaining some muscle, mostly in my arms, but I dont have the money for any expensive weight machines or anything like that. I wanted to know If it's possible to get just as strong or as "buff" by doing push-ups, pull-ups, and chin-ups, as you can by benching and what-not. I also know that your not supposed to lift weights every day... (7 replies)
... Is there anything else you would change about this workout? ... (6 replies)
... I mean, when do you ever have to lift a heavy object just using your abs? ... (7 replies)
... hours rest after working out specific body parts. I know that you don't need as much rest time with cardio. You can go 6 days, but its never recommended to do 7. Abs are the same. They say you always need at least one day off. ... (8 replies)
... I am trying to build some muscle in my arms,shoulders,and chest before the summer comes around. I have weights at home but everyday when i get home from school I am too tired to exercise because school just wears me out, especially during allergy season. ... (4 replies)
Who's right ?
Aug 8, 2001
... can be worked everyday with little fear of muscle fatigue or damage. ... (15 replies)




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