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
    Join Date
    Mar 2007

    A So Called Conundrum:

    I've decided to keep a profile to track my gains/progressions/and goals over the next few months. For some background on me, I'm 6'2- 6'3 187 Pounds & Have been working out for about three years off and on. I recently just really got into the science of lifting and understanding how caloric intake/metabolism/Anabolic gains and so on work. I also just started a real regiment because all of my lifts started to plateau. The work out I'm on is WBB1, and I'm trying to eat Approx. 4000-4500 Calories a day (Sometimes I Slack off at 2500 due to school and other things).

    My lift's to my knowledge right now are as follows: (In Accordance to WBB1)

    Bench Press: 2 x 8 145LBS
    Dips: 2 x 10
    Sitting DB Shoulder Press: 2 x 8 45LBS
    Low Incline DB press: 2 x 6 45LBS
    BB Curl: 2 x 6 70LBS
    BB Rows: 2 x 8 70LBS
    Military Press: 2 x 6: 70LBS
    Hammer Curl: 2 x 8: 35LBS

    I'm currently trying to develop my upper body because it's dis proportionated to my lower half which is more than built due to sports in high-school.
    I guess that's all for now folks..

    I'm gonna go mix up my protein shake & have some gram crackers with peanut butter!!

    Last edited by Auddasea; 03-19-2007 at 05:54 AM.

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  3. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Wow, really good work out this morning...
    I was really focused and was pushing out reps on everything
    very controlled and could feel the exact target muscles doing what I wanted them to do. But boy oh boy I bet tomorrow I'm going to be sore..I did happen to get a flat tire riding my bike home but I pushed it on the rim anyways so there's my leg workout haha...

    Also my low incline DB press is a lot higher than I thought...I did 2 x 10 45LBS....time to move up to 50LBS I supose..

    Thats all for now...have to get ready for school and what not so I'm out..

    Hope everyone has a good day...

  4. #3
    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Very weird eating regiment as follows...

    Calories. 2502

    Thats all i could find in fit day...I also had some cookies that were about 300Calories...2 Gatorades and some other snacks here and there...
    I'm a little under today on cals but I think I got in a good 3200.

    I'm pretty tired and sore from this mornings workout so this is gonna be a very good much needed night of rest. Update you guys soon.


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