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search up side effects of early body building and im sure that will help. becareful bodybuilders can get stretch marks and they cant be cured
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lol @ steroids
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i do some workout myself,but those guys
back in highschool used some stuff,
which make you put on faster.it worked with
one of the guys,so the other tried it.but
you have to train a lot,what they didnt do,and so i had three guys
with male breasts in my class,because they where too lazy
to workout!
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not anymore since i got much time sitting in front of my pc
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frostysss wrote:

eat around 3000 calories a day, lots of protein, drink about a gallon of milk a day.
lift as much as you can hold, do lots of push ups and incline push-ups, curls
they key to getting bigger is to push yourself to the limit. trust me i know


This man speaks the truth. Also it's a very good idea to take supplements.

-killar
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First, get your butt off the internet

do basic exercises
Pushups, situps etc.

Lift some weights, set a goal on number of reps - then increase it each day or week
Do some cardio

Most importantly, don't lie to yourself. Don't do 10 measly pushups and think to yourself you did 20 (just an example)
Do this daily
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Actraiser wrote:

@ sheighton

Thats a pretty damn good routine you got there. About the only thing I'd reign on would be the running.

If you are going to run, and do NOT want a "runners body" don't do more then about 45 minutes at a time (max of twice a day).

When running for the first 10 - 15 minutes you are burning sugar. When you get your second wind is when your body starts to burn fat. This happens (for the average person) after about 10 - 15 minutes into the run. For best results (unless you want to be toned only) run only for 30 - 45 minutes. Anything past that point and your body will become very slim after a while and it will seem impossible to build a lot of mass.


If a three mile or even a five mile run takes someone over an hour, well then I feel sorry for that person... A five mile run should be achievable in 45 minutes for half decent runners and a three mile run should be VERY achievable in 30-45 minutes...As for the sprinting and agilities routine, it is for working the quick flex / fast twitch muscles (whereas distance running builds stamina)...That is a very achievable workout if someone commits to it, and it does provide fairly good results for most people when it is combined with proper nutrition (balanced high calorie intake) and maybe even supplements...
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FUCK SUPPLEMENTS!!!!! AND LIFTING WEIGHTS!!!!!!!!! DO SOME GYMNASTICS AND BODY WEIGHT EXERSISES. LIFTING WEIGHTS MAKES U BIG AND SLOW. I WOULD RECOMMEND SWIMMING AND ALOOOOOT OF AB WORK OUTS SINCE ITS MAKING UR CORE MORE STRONGER RESULTING A INCREASE IN OVERALL STRENGTH. I DID WEIGHT LIFTING FOR ABOUT ONE YEAR NOW IM JUST DOING BODY WEIGHT STUFF AND SOME DUMBELL CURLS.

Didn't I just warn your ass about all caps?
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Huh if u r athletic, a mile should take 4:20 to 6:30, 3 should take 15-20 min and 5 should be 35-40 min,
AHHAHAHAHAA SHEIGHTON wtf did u write, u DONT start burning an appriciable fat (unless u run at 120-130 heartbeats/min over 30 min to 2 hours) if u r running at cardio levels (140-190) at takes longer usually depending on the person 8-11 and by mile 18-22 it becomes ur #1 fuel source (but ur body will feel like shit doing it)

if i ran 45 min a day twice a day i would be running 11-12 miles a day, which is still okay for ur body but when u approach 15-20 miles at a moderate pace (7-8 min a mile) is counterproductive and can lead to internal injuries (yea ur body tends to not like this amount of running and starts to break down) and leg injuries

Warning, the longer distances u run, (8 mile +) the more ur own body will burn away upper body muscles in an attempt to make ur body more efficient (the veins atrophize meaning they close up and waste away), thats why its very important to work out on ur upper body to halt the progression of atrophy especially endurance body building...

Creatine is useless unless u want extra water weight, the creatine suppliments add 1 more second of avaible energy ( the average human has about 8 seconds worth) and ur body recovers two ways depending on supply of oxygen, either anaerobically or aerobically (using o2) and so creatine is useless because all it does is create a greater water potential on the inside of the cell which draws water away from the body into the cell, and then u replace the water and now u weigh more than before XD and u gain almost nothing!!! there reason why u have 8 seconds worth of avaiable energy is becuz it TAKES UP A LOT OF f***in room so creatine is useless because the cons greatly overwhelm the pros

Definitely take supplements, u dont get nearly enough from ur food, but be sure to swallow the pill during or after a meal so it will be absorbed more efficiently...

Oh god my weekly schedule is too long, it would take the entire page XD, in short run, condition, stretch, lift weights (alternating or 3 times a week) and be sure not to overexert urself otherwise u r gonna get hurt... u can lie and say it hasnt happened to u, but more than likely (if u r even somewhat atletic) u end up icing urself, using cortizone, or a trainer to help u recover...
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Ichigo wrote:

FUCK SUPPLEMENTS!!!!! AND LIFTING WEIGHTS!!!!!!!!! DO SOME GYMNASTICS AND BODY WEIGHT EXERSISES. LIFTING WEIGHTS MAKES U BIG AND SLOW. I WOULD RECOMMEND SWIMMING AND ALOOOOOT OF AB WORK OUTS SINCE ITS MAKING UR CORE MORE STRONGER RESULTING A INCREASE IN OVERALL STRENGTH. I DID WEIGHT LIFTING FOR ABOUT ONE YEAR NOW IM JUST DOING BODY WEIGHT STUFF AND SOME DUMBELL CURLS.

Didn't I just warn your ass about all caps?
-Justin


Lol Big and slow always loses....unless....your fighting someone stupid or scared
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sorry justineeeeeeeee
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^ Note to the above: Working your core alone does nothing for the rest of your body...In addition, all routines should be balanced, providing training for your entire body, or at the very least what muscles you will be relying on the most (sports related workouts)...Anyways, evidently you do not know all that much about weight training or what its effects are, as you claim that it, "MAKES U BIG AND SLOW." Did you know that swimmers, track athletes, and gymnasts all spend time in the weight room, lifting, focusing on the muscle groups that each of their sports requires that they get the most out of? The key really is to have a balanced routine; in the weight room, cross training (running, swimming, sports, ect), and in what you eat (nutrition)...So please, learn more about it before you start giving advice. <--- That goes for a lot of you in this thread btw...
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SokoLoko788 wrote:

Huh if u r athletic, a mile should take 4:20 to 6:30, 3 should take 15-20 min and 5 should be 35-40 min,
AHHAHAHAHAA SHEIGHTON wtf did u write, u DONT start burning an appriciable fat (unless u run at 120-130 heartbeats/min over 30 min to 2 hours) if u r running at cardio levels (140-190) at takes longer usually depending on the person 8-11 and by mile 18-22 it becomes ur #1 fuel source (but ur body will feel like shit doing it)


If you look over that routine of mine, it is NOT primarily oriented towards burning fat...Not even close...It is designed as an overall strength workout, that will also keep the rest of your body in good condition, and when paired with good nutrition, rather healthy...So it really is better to read first before commenting... ;P
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sheighton wrote:

^ Note to the above: Working your core alone does nothing for the rest of your body...In addition, all routines should be balanced, providing training for your entire body, or at the very least what muscles you will be relying on the most (sports related workouts)...Anyways, evidently you do not know all that much about weight training or what its effects are, as you claim that it, "MAKES U BIG AND SLOW." Did you know that swimmers, track athletes, and gymnasts all spend time in the weight room, lifting, focusing on the muscle groups that each of their sports requires that they get the most out of? The key really is to have a balanced routine; in the weight room, cross training (running, swimming, sports, ect), and in what you eat (nutrition)...So please, learn more about it before you start giving advice. <--- That goes for a lot of you in this thread btw...



Well now, dont u sound a lot smarter now hehe ur comment before about running is inaccurate... at least now u sound like u know what u r talking about ^ ^ maybe some ppl can take some of this correct info and use it to help themselves...
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SokoLoko788 wrote:

Well now, dont u sound a lot smarter now hehe ur comment before about running is inaccurate... at least now u sound like u know what u r talking about ^ ^ maybe some ppl can take some of this correct info and use it to help themselves...


Maybe it wouldn't sound inaccurate if you learned how to read...
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