Comments on my schedule

Discussion in 'Health & Fitness' started by Klobb, Feb 4, 2006.

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  1. Klobb

    Klobb PAV

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    Monday- shoulder press, tricep extension, bicep curls, bench press, peck deck, lateral pulldown, seated row and shrugs

    Tuesday- sqauts.. calf raises and sit ups

    Wednesday- same as monday

    Thursday- same as tuesday

    Friday- same as monday

    Saturday - off

    Sunday - same as tuesday


    Plus i got basketball practice either before school or after school almost every day of the week

    Is that a good all around body work out schedule?
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  2. Wird of Pley

    Wird of Pley I Slice My Own Ham

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    I aint an exercise guru but you should be takin at least 2 days off to rest your muscles.

    I take 3 days off.

    Monday Tuesday workout.
    Wednesday off.
    Thursday Friday workout.
    Weekend off.

    Its worked pretty well for me.
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  3. Steve Schade

    Steve Schade Bears>you

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    Yeah that 4 days in a row shit, cut it out.

    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday-workout. Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday-Off.

    Add some more leg exercises too to your lower body days. Like lunges and dead lifts.
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  4. MagicDonJuan

    MagicDonJuan Active Member

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    ur overdoing it chico cut out thursday and friday
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  5. INKonspikuouz

    INKonspikuouz An sclábhaí na Éirinn

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    you are over working your muscles which actually stumps muscle growth rather than increase it. you aren't giving your body enough time to recover. 3-4 times a week is sufficient. and you are better off allowing a day away from lifting in between. do cardio those days instead. you're also working the same muscle groups 3 times a week each. wtf? you trying to kill yourself? only work each muscle group once using good form. no need to work more than once. some people do a light and a heavy workout of the same muscle groups a week. but to me that makes no difference what so ever. diet and rest are more imortant than being in the gym.

    another thing i noticed. you are doing push (chest, shoulders ) and pull (biceps, back) exercises in the one day. also work the larger muscle groups before the smaller ones as the smaller ones fail quicker than the larger ones.
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  6. Conceited One

    Conceited One Please Say The Baby

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    You could add more exercises to the legs day and give yourself more time to rest in between days.
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