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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    Feedback Requested for my Routine

    I tried the following routine, but I felt that I was losing strength with it, and it did not feel intense enough for me:
    Day 1- Chest & BI
    Day 2- Cardio
    Day 3- Legs & Delts
    Day 4- Cardio
    Day 5- Back & Tri
    Day 6- Cardio
    Day 7- Start Over

    I then tried the following routine, but I felt exhausted all day from it:
    Day 1- Chest & Arms
    Day 2- Legs & Cardio
    Day 3- Delts & Back
    Day 4- Cardio
    Day 5- Start Over

    I am therefore considering the following routine:
    Day 1- Chest & Back
    Day 2- Cardio- (45 mins on the stationary bike)
    Day 3- Legs & Cardio (30 mins on the stationary bike)
    Day 4- Delts & Arms
    Day 5- Cardio- (45 mins on the stationary bike)
    Day 6- Start Over

    Here are the exercises for my proposed routine:
    Day 1:
    Bench- 3 x (8-12), Incline- 2 x 8, Decline- 2 x 8, Fly 1 x 12
    Pull Up- 2 x 12, Dead Lifts- 2 x 8, T-Bar Rows- 2 x 8, Hyperextensions: 1 x 20
    Lying Lat Ext- 1 x 12, DB Rows: 2 x 8, Shrugs- 3 x (8-12)


    Day 3:
    Squats- 3 x 12, Leg Press- 2 x 10, Hacks- 2 x 10, Leg Ext- 2 x 10
    SL Dead Lifts- 3 x 12, Lunges- 1 x 12

    Day 4:
    Military Pr- 3 x (8-12), Upr Row- 3 x (8-12), DB Ext- 2 x 12
    Close Gr Ben- 2 x 8, Nose Breakers- 2 x 8, Rope Pull Dns- 2 x 12
    Barbell Curls- 2 x 8, Incline DB Curls- 2 x 8, Preachers- 1 x 12

    I like to do Cardio 4 times per week because I lead a sedentary life-- I have an office job where I sit at a desk all day, and I just sit and surf the web when I'm home.
    Last edited by KashaKid; 05-14-2006 at 05:44 PM.

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