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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

It’s 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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    The live of an ectomorph

    Okay, before someone starts complaining about the title of my journal: Nobody is 100% ecto-, meso- or an endomorph. I just fit the profile of an ectomorph so well, this title is not missed placed

    My diet:

    7 - 8 AM:
    5 slices of brown bread.

    10 - 11 AM:
    5 slices of brown bread.

    1 - 2 PM:
    4 or 5 slices of brown bread.

    4 - 5 PM:
    4 or 5 slices of brown bread.

    7 - 8 PM:
    Some meat, 3 or 4 potatoes and some vegetable.

    9.3 - 10 PM:
    4 pancakes and a wheyshake mix the milk.

    This is what I put on my bread:
    Ham, hazelnut paste(an 1 on 1 translation from dutch), sandwich spread, peanut butter and honey.

    A half hour after my training I take a protein shake mix with milk.

    My current training’s routine:

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    day1:

    Legs
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    Squat
    15 reps/70KG, 12 reps/90KG, 10 reps/110 KG, 12 reps/90KG, 15 reps/70KG
    70 KG = +- 154.4 LBs , 90 KG = +- 198.5 LBs, 110 KG = +- 242.6 LBs
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    Leg curls(one leg at the time to keep them symmetrical)
    10 reps/20 KG, 10 reps/20 KG, 10 reps/20 KG
    20 KG = +- 22 LBs
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    Standing calf raises
    30 reps/bodyweight+70 KG, +-25 reps/bodyweight+70 KG, +-20 reps/bodyweight+70 KG
    70 KG = +- 154.4 LBs
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    Shoulders:
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    one-arm side cable laterals
    10 reps/15 KG,10 reps/15 KG,10 reps/15 KG
    15 KG = +- 33.0LBs
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    day 2:

    Chest:
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    Barbell flat bench press
    10 reps/60 KG, 10 reps/65 KG, 10 reps/70 KG
    60 KG = +- 132.3 LBs, 65 KG = +- 143.3 LBs, 70 KG = +- 154.4 LBs
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    pec-deck
    10 reps/55 KG, 10 reps/55 KG, 10 reps/55 KG
    55 KG = +- 121.3 LBs
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    Incline dumbbell press
    10 reps/24 KG, 10 reps/(24 or 26 KG), 10 reps/(24 or 26 KG)
    24 KG = +- 52.9 LBs, 26 KG = +- 59.3 LBs
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    Shoulders:
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    Front dumbbell raises
    10 reps/10 KG,10 reps/10 KG,10 reps/10 KG
    10 KG = +- 22.0LBs
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    day 3:

    rest
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    day 4:

    Back:
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    Wide-grip chins to the front
    10 reps/bodyweight(duh!), 10 reps/bodyweight, 10 reps/bodyweight

    or

    Lat machine
    10 reps/65 KG, 10 reps/70 KG, 10 reps/75 KG
    65 KG = +- 143.3 LBs, 70 KG = +- 154.4 LBs, 75 KG = +- 165.4 LBs
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    Seated cable rows
    10 reps/80 KG, 10 reps/90 KG, 10 reps/100 KG
    80 KG = +- 143.3 LBs, 90 KG = +- 198.5 LBs, 100 KG = +- 200.5 LBs
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    Seated cable rows, but with one arm at the time
    10 reps/45 KG, 10 reps/50 KG, 10 reps/55 KG
    45 KG = +- 99.2 LBs, 50 KG = +- 110.3 LBs, 55 KG = +- 121.3 LBs
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    Shoulders:
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    Seated bent-over dumbbell raise
    10 reps/10 KG,10 reps/10 KG,10 reps/10 KG
    10 KG = +- 22.0LBs
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    day 5:

    rest
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    day 6:

    biceps:
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    seated dumbbell curls
    10 reps/16 KG, 10 reps/16 KG, 10 reps/16 KG
    16 KG = +- 35.3 LBs
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    preacher bench with dumbbell
    10 reps/14 KG, 10 reps/14 KG, 10 reps/14 KG
    14 KG = +- 30.9 LBs
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    triceps:
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    One-arm Triceps cable pressdowns
    10 reps/20 KG, 10 reps/20 KG, 10 reps/(15 or 20) KG
    15 KG = +- 33.0 LBs, 20 KG = +- 44.1 LBs
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    Dumbbell extensions
    10 reps/12 KG, 10 reps/12 KG, 10 reps/12 KG
    12 KG = +- 26.5 LBs
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    day 7:

    rest
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    Abs I train when I like to do them. My routine from them is:
    Crunches
    30 reps, 30 reps, 30 reps
    Vertical bench Crunches
    25 reps, 25 reps, 25 reps

    Some extra info about me:
    23 years old
    training for 16 months
    started with a bodyweight of +-60 KG/132.3Lbs now +-76 KG/167.6LBs with body fat +- 9 or 10%(It must be measured soon, so I have a more accurate number, because it could be higher than 10%)

    Also the reason why I begin to train, I got Crohn’s disease. I hope this is the first and the last thing I will say about in this journal.
    Last edited by martijn; 06-15-2002 at 10:06 AM.

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