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... ups and bench where it involves the arms, or if it makes a difference. also, if your arms are still sore the next time you go if you should lift legs or something. ... (1 replies)
... Hi everyone, I have some questions I'd like to ask. My husband and I have been weight lifting for about a year and a half. ... (10 replies)
... My stats say im new here to the boards but I find a lot of enjoyment from workingout and have learned a lot over the years. ... (6 replies)

... s warmed me up good. Then I did the cardio. I am not exercising to lose weight, a few pounds would be ok, but I'm just wanting to be healthier. I am extremely sore from lifting weights. My arms, legs, abs, and pecs are all very sore. ... (9 replies)
... e. when you lift weights, it causes the muscle fibers to tear, when they heal they grow back thicker and stronger. this is what causes your muscles to get bigger from lifting. but if you tear the muscles and lift again before they've had time to heal, you're not getting the benefit from the first time you lifted. ... (1 replies)
... Sometimes when I lift I am still sore from the last time, two days before. I have been told that lifting while I'm still sore will slow my muscle growth. Is this true? ... (6 replies)
... ions of protein a day, but it is important to get at least .8g of protein per pound of body weight. Eating 6 small meals throughout the day is just a way to keep from being hungry so you don't binge, it keeps metabolism up and it distributes your intake more evenly throughout the day. ... (10 replies)
... I still have a gut, and my arms are more flab than muscle. I'm looking to rectify that. ... (5 replies)
... upper body days. You can work out your upper body one day till its sore, an can stay sore because the next day you can do legs even though the upper body is sore. ... (9 replies)
... 1) sure you can use more than 1 cardio piece just keep the heart rate in the target range 2) Optimally weights every other day but 2-3 times a week is fine to start - we are really just getting you ready for a more complete plan 3) Heavy is relative - use the "swag" - (Scientific wild-A#@ guess) Use a little trial and error to find a weight that is a challenge - but... (8 replies)
... Will I be lifting weights 4x per week as well. ... (8 replies)
... and pilates for the abs for 10 minutes. My arms are still sore from Wednesday! ... (84 replies)
... and pilates for the abs for 10 minutes. My arms are still sore from Wednesday! ... (84 replies)
... Monday morning, even though I felt quite sore I went to the gym at 6am anyway. I did 30min again on the eliptical and 15 on the ab machine. ... (1 replies)
... I went from 245 to 185. I work out at home now and dropped more bodyfat in last few months. ... (2 replies)
... LOL that's too funny I have a Cardio Glide from way back that's been sitting in my house for about four years and barely used. When i started lifting weights i use it to warm up by changing where my hands are on it and over hand and under hand grips.Along with an outside grip on the handles. ... (1 replies)
... CARDIO is great for overall weight loss. Try jogging 30 minutes in the morning and thirty in the evening. Summer is right around the corner so there is gonna be tons of outdoor activities that are great for over all weight loss. Swimming, biking, hiking, playing sports, etc. As for weights I would do the eight pounds. If you cant do tons of reps dont worry about it. For... (6 replies)
... rkout routine that incudes weight training. Heres my problem. Right now, i am not gaining or losing any weight bc i walk a good amount to get to my bustop to and from the college i go to, and i always bike or walk to most places. But its not enough to lose the weight and get tone. ... (6 replies)
... i started this routine after regular lifting for about a year and a half. today, i got on the scale to weigh myself, and I was only 155. ... (8 replies)
... I don't know what equipment or moves you like to use but this is my 3 day split: Sun: Chest/Tri/Abs Mon: cardio Tue: Legs/Shoulders (hams, quads, glutes, calves) Wed: Cardio Thu: Cardio Fri: Back/Bi/Shoulders Sat: Cardio, Active Recovery or total rest if I need it. (6 replies)

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