... Hey... I'd really love to work out my butt at home, by doing lunges and squats etc. ... (6 replies)
... hat's why you need to eat protein right afterwards so the protein can go into the torn muscle tissue and build it up. also, if you're still really sore the next day or even the day after that, don't work that muscle again. you won't be getting anywhere if you do that. ... (8 replies)
... Every other day! ... (8 replies)
... I want to tone up my legs and arms and was planning on doing squats and lunges for the legs. ... (8 replies)
... but I want to do my sets of squats every single day. Not sissy ones either. I'm talking about 1. ... (8 replies)
... Hello folks, first post here.
Background: I'm a 27 years old male weighing 200 lbs, height 6 feet.
Back in May I weighed 240 lbs. Through exercise and better eating, I am now around 200. For the past month I've started to concentrate more on weights, including upping my protein intake.
My goals are to build lean muscle (i.e. I don't want to look like Vin Deasel haha... (5 replies)
... rinking water all the time. Juice now n' then. Smaller portions, eating a lot of fruit and vegetables, stop snacking in between, and running for about 30 minutes every other day. However, I haven't done much lifting in my life, and I'm looking to do some now. ... (13 replies)
... oing I do three sets of 10 reps. I wil slowly increase the weight but right now by the last set I can't do another one with proper form. My goal is to do these every other day. So far I have done them Saturday, Monday and Today. Now If I do them again on Friday is that going to be to much in one week. ... (1 replies)
... before your cardio if you're doing them both in the same session. Doing weights first will improve the fat burning of the cardio later. Second, do NOT do weights every day. ... (2 replies)
... and tuna, chicken breast and ground turkey rarely. I also have either one apple or one orange every day. ... (6 replies)
... You said rest repairs the muscle, so I have to rest every other day. Basically I do these exercises 3 days a week and the other 4 days, are resting and walking? ... (10 replies)
... ut 45 minutes straight. With a minute or two between sets. No pain no gain.... Push ups fine with 15 take a 5 minute break and try and do more. Legs on another day squats and lunges. Weight training burns calories all day. You will see your body change fast. ... (10 replies)
... walk since. I am still doing weights, but am not doing my lunges or squats because my knee hurts. ... (1 replies)
... I'm not an expert but I would add something for back (lats) like pullups or lat pull and rows, and in your leg workout you need to also do some calve raises.
I think 24 hrs. is the standard rest period between the same bodyparts. Abs I believe can be done everyday.
10 weeks is reasonable goal but don't push it too hard, I mean, what's the hurry? Use good sense, proper... (2 replies)
... I usually work out like this every other day, since your muscles need time to heal. I also eats lots of protein foods, with healthy carbs!!!! ... (2 replies)
... e because you'll hit fatigue sooner. You won't accidentally become huge, so don't shirk from more weight to meet the same goals. Calf raises are good for calves, squats and lunges are good for overall leg development. Don't neglect chest and back muscles either. ... (6 replies)
... do squats and lunges? ... (0 replies)
... If you are doing a lots of exercises targeting one muscle group, then yes you should only train that muscle group on that one day per week. ... (2 replies)
... I do two different routines every other day to work out different parts of my body. My husband is the one who designed this for me and will be adding more exercises as I get stronger. ... (7 replies)
... I think that if your sore then skip a day, but try to do them every day or every other day but not to the extent where you'll be real sore, but just enough reps to challenge you. ... (4 replies)