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Old 09-22-2005, 11:55 AM   #1
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Ive been diong MAX-OT for 2 monthes now, and have seen some very nice gains in all my weights. I have gained 10 lbs. and look pretty big. I want to start doing a different type of work out which will get my muscles looking more cut.

I was thinking about something simple like doing nothing but pushups for my chest, and doing nothing but pull ups for my back. Chinups for my biceps and dips for my triceps. If i do them in sets of as many as i can do, for example like my first set of pushups may be 50, the second 35, and the third 30. Do each group twice a week.

Do you guys think this will give me a good chest workout and help tone the muscle. I read all the time about how lifting lighter weight a million times is a waste of time, so im asking.

Any feedback, or any good workout routines that you think would be good for me.

Thanks.
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Old 09-22-2005, 01:08 PM   #2
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Your routine doesn't cut you; your diet does.
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Your routine doesn't cut you; your diet does.
well... maybe not his routine... but diet is a very big part.. and cardio..
cals. in vs. cals out


WNP. Look at the workout stickys. if your looking to do a real deal push/ pull workout routine.. then I would look into DFHT sytle training.. and some HIIT

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Fat burning diet pills ;) And of course a good diet.
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