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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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    Gettin Lean Goin_Big's Avatar
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    Contemplation

    I'm thinking about doing the following routine and following a diet with below 100 carbs, whaddya think?

    Monday -
    squats - 3 x 6-10 (maybe 4 - 6)
    leg extension - 2 x 8-12
    leg curls - 2 x 8-12
    leg press calf raises - 2 x 10-15
    calf raise machine - 2 x 10-15
    Crunches - 3 x failure

    Wednesday -
    Bench Press - 3 x 6-10 (maybe 4 - 6)
    Flyes - 2 x 8-12
    CG BP - 3 x 6-10 (maybe 4-6)
    Pushdowns - 2 x 8-12
    Military Press - 3 x 6-10
    Side raises - 1 x 8-12
    Front Raises - 1 x 8-12

    Friday -
    Hyperextensions - 3 x 6-8 (I dunno about dls right now)
    BB Rows - 3 x 6-10
    Pulldowns - 3 x 8-12
    BB curls - 3 x 4-8
    Concentration Curls - 2 x 6-10
    Wrist Curls - 2 x 15-20
    Rev Wrist Curls - 2 x 15-20

    HIIT Cardio 3 days a week.

    Carb up and rest day on Sundays.
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    When I am going "moderate" carb I have a lot less energy than "normal" or "low" carb.

    Try it and see, because everyone is different.

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    Gettin Lean Goin_Big's Avatar
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    Yea, I know whatcha mean, I think the routine is solid, but I'm still not sure if I want to or if I even have the resources to follow a low carb diet, but I hope I can.

    **** it, on second thought maybe I'll stick to a normal low calorie diet, I mean it works, maybe slowly, but at least I'm able to maintain strength.

    Just comment on the routine please
    Last edited by Goin_Big; 06-28-2002 at 11:49 AM.
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    The workout seems fine but lowering your carbs that much, Man...I don't if you are gonna have enough energy to get through that workout. As was said before try it see how you feel.
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