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... times. If a workout leaves you still very sore in an area rest those muscles some more. ... (6 replies)
... How Many Times a Week Should I Lift Weights? ... (6 replies)
... k, heres the dealio. i wanna get beefed by summer. lol. muscle wise. ... (5 replies)

... I think that one shouldn't weight train more than four times a week. The most important part about weight training is the rest you get afterwards. I know you can get away with rest and working out more than four days by splitting up body parts but I think that's overkill for me. ... (6 replies)
... i do it every 2 to 3 times a week. like monday wednesday, and friday. and tuesday and thursday the next week. ... (6 replies)
... I lift 6 times a week. I alternate upper and lower body workouts. I've been doing this practically since I started lifting. It very individual. ... (6 replies)
... I definitely think it depends on your goal, but I hear a lot of people that do about 3 days a week of weights. ... (6 replies)
... I'm new to working these core muscles. Fortunately I don't have any fat to burn. I just don't have much strength in that area either and that translates to poor athletic performance. ... (11 replies)
... Hey, I am 17 and have been lifting for almost a year now. I have seen a great improvement. But I always worked my upper body. ... (1 replies)
... It depends on your goal. (6 replies)
How many days??
Sep 10, 2005
... s many different methods, formulas etc for how long and often you should train. A very basic rule of thumb is the harder you train the longer you should rest. But 3 or 4 days a week at the gym sounds good to me and should give you enough recovery time. You may also want to do some period training. ... (2 replies)
... I would say 3 days is enough. Days off are needed for the muscle to rebuild and get you bigger and stronger. Sometimes if i feel i didn't have a good session, ill lift again the following day and then have a rest day. Now i don't know if there is a benefit to doing that every once and a while or not. ... (3 replies)
... To lose fat, you have to cut calories. The problem is you risk losing muscle along with fat. Resistance training helps minimize this. Two, if you do high reps at a low weight with little rest between sets, you build up lactic acid in your muscles. ... (3 replies)
... increasing your weight will help you lift heavier as you progress. ... (4 replies)
... It can be true. In order to build muscle you need to have a calorie surplus. The body needs enough calories to maintain current body mass AND build more. ... (3 replies)
... Yes, exercise, yes weight train. BUT, the only way you will lose fat less! You can exercise and lift weights till you are blue but if you eat too much your efforts in the gym will go to waste. ... (7 replies)
... should work all parts of your body. nothing worse than looking at a guy with a huge uppper body and legs that look like toothpicks. ... (9 replies)
... carbs to protein, this is a good combination for a bulking cycle as the calories help to pack on mass relax though as long as you weight train it will pack on as muscle. ... (7 replies)
... There is no definite answer on how much you should jog. Every person is different. I'm not a very fast person, so I know I can't do as many miles as some people with my schedule. I try to run 5x a week on the treadmill for about 3 miles. Sometimes I don't get to do that if I'm short on time. ... (2 replies)
... Hi. I am 19 years old, almost 20. I live with my boyfriend, work, and go to school full time, so I don't have time to go to the gym. I am 5'4" and weigh 130lbs. Although I am not fat, I am not toned AT ALL. I would love to be more toned. ... (7 replies)

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