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?

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  1. #1
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    My routine - please comment

    DAY1: Chest/back
    Bench 4x6
    Row machine 3x6
    Incline dumbell press 3x6
    Shrugs 3x10
    Bent over rows 3x6
    Dips 3x10

    DAY2: Rest

    DAY3: Legs
    Squats 4x6
    Leg Press 3x6
    Hamstring curls 3x6
    Calf raises 3x10

    DAY4: Rest

    DAY5: Shoulders/arms
    Military press 3x6
    Preacher curls 3x6
    Lateral raises 3x10
    Tricep pulldowns 3x6
    Upright rows 3x6
    Hammer curls 3x6

    DAY6: Rest

    DAY7: Rest

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    Quote Originally Posted by isaac34 View Post
    DAY1: Chest/back
    Bench 4x6
    Row machine 3x6
    Incline dumbell press 3x6
    Shrugs 3x10
    Bent over rows 3x6
    Dips 3x10

    DAY2: Rest

    DAY3: Legs
    Squats 4x6
    Leg Press 3x6
    Hamstring curls 3x6
    Calf raises 3x10

    DAY4: Rest

    DAY5: Shoulders/arms
    Military press 3x6
    Preacher curls 3x6
    Lateral raises 3x10
    Tricep pulldowns 3x6
    Upright rows 3x6
    Hammer curls 3x6

    DAY6: Rest

    DAY7: Rest

    D-



    Push/off/Legs/off/Pull/off/off

    or a upper/lower split

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    woah D- I dont think its nearly that bad
    you have included somthing for everything and chest and back are antagonist so thats good to put them on the same day as well as bis and tris
    in my opnion you are on the right track

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    So you're doing 18 sets for arms/shoulders, 19 for chest/back and 13 for legs? That's 37 sets for upper body and 13 for lower. TOO MUCH!!!

    - You don't really need an "arm/shoulder" day. Tack it on to your upper.
    - Lower needs more work.
    - Try to avoid machines (namely hamstring curl....do good mornings or some variation of deadlifts)
    - You don't have deadlifts

    Why don't you do a routine that's already been tried and tested, like WBB1?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSpikeyThing View Post
    So ....Why don't you do a routine that's already been tried and tested, like WBB1?
    Agreed, I admit I do not know WBB1 but you need more balance in the workout. Legs are a major part of your body and should not take a side roll.

    I saw this and thought is was a guy nodding his head. Man I love the incons here. And lack focus too.

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