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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  1. #1
    Wannabebig Member
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    Guys,

    I have been doing that wannabebig routine and I just don't think that is enough. I think I need more on my arms, and back. But I will stick to it if your all recommend it but I have been consider the plan that Abombs posted:

    Mon: Chest/deadlifts/calves
    Tues: Back/light bi's
    Wed: Quads
    Thurs: Shoulders/traps/hams
    Fri: Bi's/Tri's

    Would this be a good routine for me.

    Thanks for and input.

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  3. #2
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    Originally posted by Power Pup
    Guys,

    I have been doing that wannabebig routine and I just don't think that is enough. I think I need more on my arms, and back. But I will stick to it if your all recommend it but I have been consider the plan that Abombs posted:

    Mon: Chest/deadlifts/calves
    Tues: Back/light bi's
    Wed: Quads
    Thurs: Shoulders/traps/hams
    Fri: Bi's/Tri's

    Would this be a good routine for me.

    Thanks for and input.



    my main suggestion is to do deads on back day, how come you chose to do it on chest day, IMO its not the best idea to work two "Big" muscles in one day, cause you cant give it a 100%. your routines mixed up, believe it or not your hitting the same muscles too much, and they need more time to recover.

    this is my current routine

    1) legs/forearms/rotators
    2) rest
    3) chest/shoulders/tri
    4) rest
    5) back/traps/bi
    6) rest
    7) rest


    and for the foundation of each i do , squat, deads, and bench, the rest are isolation excercises.
    "The harder you train, the harder it is to give up" ~Vince Lombardi~

  4. #3
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    don't worry about your arms, they will come. try the routine first and then if you still feel that you need more work on your arms then you can work them more, but first give it a try
    LESS IS MORE

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