The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    Senior Member InferiorDesign's Avatar
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    Pros and cons of WBB routines

    in my opinion, the pros outweigh the cons. if you not willing or dont have the time to make your own routine then WBB has some good ones. the pros are that you definetly gain muscle. also muscles most people disregard are included in these routines. while ive been on the routine the biggest of my gains is in my shoulders. while the least of my gains is in my gut. The only thing id add to WBB #2 is some trap work, another day of abs, and a few more heavy sets in legs.

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    Senior Member Accipiter's Avatar
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    you don't have to work the abs that much.

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    you know what ac, i think your the only person who reads my threads

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    i read it. I just dont like you enough to reply














    kidding.

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    Senior Member Accipiter's Avatar
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    lol, I try to help everyone

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    Originally posted by InferiorDesign
    you know what ac, i think your the only person who reads my threads
    I'll post just to let you know that there are more ppl than Accipiter reading. I'll let you know in another 4-6 weeks if I agree with your statement. So far the WBB #1 routine is great.

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    Senior Member Accipiter's Avatar
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    the thing is, your gut will go away with cardio. Abs are just like every other muscle and can be overtrained.

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    Originally posted by Accipiter
    the thing is, your gut will go away with cardio.
    I think as long as your diet is good cardio ins't necessary until you want to get shredded; IE below 8%.

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    Even than cardio isn't neccessary, but it definately helps. Not only helping burn calories but to increase heart strength as well.

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    For general health cardio is excellent, I just think as long as you have a good diet it isn't all that important to cutting BF.

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