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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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    Looking for a MC/MX style program. Advice welcomed.

    Hey all. I've been looking around, can't seem to find one. I need to get my core completely in control, while continuing to build endurance for my legs (all over) and define my upper body. I looked like a linebacker last year and was riding competetively at 200 lbs and never ran out of steam. Unfortunately, it's not light enough to be up front, and that's where I need to be.

    I have access to a gym 7 days a week. I can work out 2x a day, but is that really necessary? I can completely modify my diet, and could feasably eat as many times a day. I train in a gym 2 times a week, on a mountain bike up to 30 miles a week, ride in the dirt 2 weekends a month, and have access to a pool after Memorial Day. My diet is pretty solid, I don't eat much crap at all. Even quit socially drinking about a month ago.

    So basically, how do I jump start my metabolism(to get under 200 and then some), get ripped up like Spiderman, and build my endurance to be even better? Is this a pipe dream for me to be 6', 180(or less) and at 10%?

    I just turned 34, have been told I look to be in my mid 20's(and feel like it) and am ready to do whatever is neccessary to make this happen.

    Thanks for your thoughts!
    "racing is life, not just a way of life"

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    nobody???

    am I not supplying the right info?
    "racing is life, not just a way of life"

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