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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?

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Thread: My work out

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    Wannabebig New Member
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    My work out

    Day 1: Triceps, Chest, Abs
    -Bench Press
    -Dumbell Bench Press
    -Incline Dumbell Bench Press
    -Military Press
    -Push Ups
    -Crunches

    Day 2: All Legs, Biceps, and Forearms
    -Squats
    -Power Cleans
    -Dead Lifts
    -Hang Cleans
    -Body Curls
    -Wrist Curls
    -Dumbell Curls
    -Barbell Curls

    I basicaly repeat this work out. Tell me if I need to make any changes. I do different stuff for both of the Day's but those are my main work outs.
    Last edited by grantd123; 05-27-2009 at 05:27 PM.

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    How long have you been following this routine and how is it working for you?

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    Umm the Day 1 is working great, but I don't really get soar other then my chest. Umm Day 2 is good my legs get soar most of the time. It really matters about how many sets and reps you do in the work out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grantd123 View Post
    Day 1: Triceps, Chest, Abs
    -Bench Press
    -Dumbell Bench Press
    -Incline Dumbell Bench Press
    -Military Press
    -Push Ups
    -Crunches

    Day 2: All Legs, Biceps, and Forearms
    -Squats
    -Power Cleans
    -Dead Lifts
    -Hang Cleans
    -Body Curls
    -Wrist Curls
    -Dumbell Curls
    -Barbell Curls

    I basicaly repeat this work out. Tell me if I need to make any changes. I do different stuff for both of the Day's but those are my main work outs.
    Well, you are missing quite a few muscle groups here.

    If you wanted to do a two day split I would do something like this:

    Day 1:
    - Flat Barbell Bench Press (3 sets)
    - Pull-ups (3 sets)
    - Incline Dumbell Bench Press (3 sets)
    - Dumbell or Machine Rows (3 sets)
    - Dips (2 sets)
    - Dumbell Curls (2 sets)
    - Triceps Pushdowns (2 sets)
    - Preacher Curls (2 sets)

    Day 2:
    - Squats (3-5 sets)
    - Deadlifts (3 sets)
    - Hang Cleans (3 sets)
    - Leg Curl / Leg Extension Superset (2 sets)
    - Calf Raises (2 sets)
    - Abs & Low Back (3-5 sets)

    I would do Monday / Thursday or something similar.
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