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- 12-May-08, 01:00 PM #1Layzboy_6294 Guest
Does anyone train at a gym? Why do you train? Do you go for cardio, weight training, etc? What supplements to you use if any? What are your goals and what would you like to achieve from the gym?
I go to the gym 3-4 times a week. Im currently weight training to put on more muscle and ill do cardio to tone abit when ive reached my goal weight which is 85kgs.
Im currently 73kgs, 13% body fat, my body water is 52%. Ill post my routine, supplements, etc. when i get back from the gym.
- 12-May-08, 03:32 PM #2Layzboy_6294 Guest
Monday - Chest/Bi's
Wednesday - Legs/shoulders
Friday - Back/Tri's
Thats the general idea of my work out but, i change it up abit to keep my body guessing
The supplements im currently taking are: BSN N.O. Xplode mixed with TOP Nutrition creatine and Max's Hydroxy Phase +. Ive tried alot of sups and so far this combination is working very well for me.
Not having a go as you say its working for you, but 13% body fat isn't really that much, why waste money on hydroxyphase?
I'm working on my right brachioradialis. I'm lifting a 500g weigh (slowly working it down to 125g before starting with another 500g) at least 6 times a day.Fool Injected Physhopath
How ironic. Your name is lazyboy but you still make it to the gym that often...Originally Posted by Wrasse
- Originally Posted by Wrasse
If you want to get to your desired weight,I would suggest you get yourself a bulk protien powder unless you consume enough food during the course of the day.
I do weight training and cardio atleast 5 days per week and have been doing so since about august last year.
cardio usually 2-3 times aweek
weight training 2-3 days a week
Imo Creatine is a great suppliment to take.I have never taken any of those N O products ,but have had 2 training partners who have.One guy said it worked for him and one said it didn't.
- 12-May-08, 04:33 PM #8
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My wife goes to the gym every day, thats enough exercise for me.Herps.... an itch that just never goes....
- 12-May-08, 04:51 PM #9
eat about 5 meals a day you have to get the calories up well over 7000 a day dont worry about the powders there a waste of time i trained as a body builder for 10 years i started at 75kg at the end i weighed 115kg
- 12-May-08, 04:51 PM #10
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Throughout summer i go jogging every evening, usually jogging a distance of around 4km every night. As well as this i lift weights using my own gym equipment. No suppliments are taken, i just eat healthy food - 6 small meals a day ( i must confess that lately i've been slipping, but i'll get back on track).
My goal is just to be fit and lean.The first thing you notice about a Lace Monitor is how reptilian they look. Immensely powerful, they possess all the skills of a crack SAS outfit - camouflage, strength, speed and rat cunning. -Steve Waters.
I don't go to the gym but i have a gym set that my dad bought that has 5 features that i do about 3 times per week, trying to get to do it everyday but just can't dedicate that much time to it.
I do push-ups and sit ups every 2 nights aswell.
- 12-May-08, 04:57 PM #12Layzboy_6294 Guest
Thats my long term goal, to be a lean, healthy 85kgs. Im doing ok so far so, i will keep doing what im doing. Also, i do try to eat ALOT of protein. Im using Hydroxy phase as im slowing building my weight w/o having the extra fat %.
Is anyone game enough to post pics of the results so far...?
- 12-May-08, 05:10 PM #13
i smashed the cadio and stuck to a low carb diet for about 8 weeks and sheded 15 kilos. lost the weight i wanted, now just trying to put some lean mass on my upper body. currently stopped all cardio and weight traing 4-5 times a week, just small intense sessions. got a good home gym setup with olympic free weights and a power tower.
supps im using are vapor, creabolan and horleys ice. gotten alot stronger,have had small gains in lean mass but i think ill change to awsome mass to help increase muscle gain.Im Ron Burgundy?
- 12-May-08, 05:16 PM #14
not the best pics of me, but it shows you the differance before and after of my cardio program.Im Ron Burgundy?
- 12-May-08, 05:17 PM #15
I have been weight training for quite a while now, although have had a break recently after I tore the tendon/ligament that holds my lower forearm muscle to the point of my elbow and had to have surgery to re-attach it.
I really believe that supplements are a waste of money and I have had this confirmed by nutritionists, sports doctors and experienced weight trainers. The best thing you can do is adhere to a strict diet, count carbs/protein and calories and tailor the amounts to your goals and training program.
You can achieve very good gains by training this way. The only way guys build 'freakish' physiques is through illegal measures and I make it quite clear that I am not/do not condone these sort of illegal activities.
Good luck and stay healthy.Showcasing the native wildlife of the Redlands, Qld, Australia.
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