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Old 08-19-2008, 06:57 AM   #1
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Default Time to be rejuvinated... i need all the advice i can get.

OK im 20 years old in high school my life was basketball, all i did was play year round and work out, i was in amazing shape and as u can see from the pic below since iv graduated iv layed off to long on exercise. I got mixed up in alcohol and its run my life for the past yr and a half and the beer has added lbs to my body that almost feel like i can never get rid off. Im sober now and ready to back into the gym and hit the weights..... i havent lifted in that yr cept for recently to get a judge of where im at i maxed out and to my surprise i got at least 255.... im looking to get cut and for some massive gains.... if u can someone point me in the direction of what might be the best work out program and diet plan.... id be very greatful thank u.
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Old 08-19-2008, 04:26 PM   #2
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Lots of people go thru a few years of drinking so don't worry about that. It's good that you have cut back or stopped , it will help you with gains .

It would help us if we knew what your doing now. How are you eating ? Are you training at all ?

There is some good info in the stickies (training , nutrition) read them and you will have a good starting point.

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Old 08-19-2008, 05:42 PM   #3
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well as i said i havent really done much of anything at all just partying, but im about to start back playing full court pick up games 3 days a week thats my cardio, and eating wise i just eat 3 meals a day i havent watched what i eat or anything..... im just wondering whats a good work out to see good gains.... i looked at one called the slingshot weight program and a few others i just dont know what i should go with
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a good workout......starts with diet.

6 meals a day...lean proteins....whole grain carbs...fruits...veggies.
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Another big one, is to do compound exercises. I never saw results until I started doing them!!
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i'd be happy where your at now, i'd just continue bulking clean like say up to 320lb then cut. your tall so its gonna be tougher to look big? well good luck

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Diet is the key, high protein with quality carbs in the right ratios
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