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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    no mass for the lazzy ass kartwheel's Avatar
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    back with a greater desire

    for anyone who knew me and read my postings before i left the forum, i want to say thank you. i have come back with desire, passion, and focus. i took some time off from the bodybuilding scene for some personal reasons, but it's past me now.

    this new journal is, what i hope to be, something different, refreshing, and motivating. i say to anyone reading this, feel free to post your thoughts, comments, and 2 cents.

    i may be posting some pics that i had previously posted, so to give to those reading about me an idea of who i am. i have changed much in the last 7 months since i have been away from the forum. my changes have come from within: character, spiritual, emotion, etc.

    i want to say thank you in advance to anyone that participates with me in this journal.

    let the growth begin.

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    First one to !

    Good luck with everything.
    My profile picture is about 5 years old, I'll get around to taking some progress pics eventually.

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    Goodluck!
    Last edited by Dedicated; 08-09-2003 at 08:06 PM.

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    well it's sunday morning, and i have a few minutes before i am going to leave for spiritual feeding. my body is sore from being in the gym this week. i haven't serious lifted anything in months and my body is making pay for it.

    i'm going to be starting the week of right; going to gym this afternoon to break down my wheels. these workouts hurt so much;yet, i get so much growth from them. time to go have breakfast. i'm going to just have a shake, about 600 calories.

    later.

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    no mass for the lazzy ass kartwheel's Avatar
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    here are a few pics of me, back in october of last year. i haven't made any real gains, but have maintained what i had pretty well.
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    pic 2.......
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    pic 3
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    and pic 4.....last one
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    new workout sequence

    ok...... so here it is, the workout schedule that i created and will be following for the next weeks. i am posting a 7 day outlook of the sequence.

    there will be an 'L' or an 'H" next to each body part to indicate for that body part a 'light' day or a 'heavy' day.

    the schedule allows for 4 straight days of training, then a rest day on the 5th. the schedule will then begin to recycle with only intensity being a variable.

    monday
    chest [L]
    shoulders [H]
    triceps [H]

    tuesday
    back [H]
    hamstrings [L]
    calves [H]

    wednesday
    quads/glutes [H]
    biceps [H]
    forearms [H]

    thursday
    chest [H]
    shoulders [L]
    triceps [L]

    friday
    off

    saturday
    back [L]
    hamstrings [H]
    calves [H]

    sunday
    quads/glutes [L]
    biceps [H]
    forearms [H]
    Last edited by kartwheel; 08-11-2003 at 11:36 AM.

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