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Old 08-22-2009, 11:10 AM   #1
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Im Michael, ive been suffering from really bad depression (overdose, self harming, being aggressive), and lost most of my physique. because i used to have lots of mass and proportion but i lost it due to depression, but recently ive started working out again, but I enjoy quick and brutal workouts, so recently ive made up a really simple programme that’s timed (like interval training) and i think its like circuit training with no rest, and I was wondering will it benefit me for tone, and alittle size because I want to have a lean body, and ive got my diet right also, here it is anyway

3 days a week
…. Minute Workout

10 Curls (using resistance bands on high resistance, and each workout change the placement, so I can do lying hammer curls, standing cable curls (band under door and im standing etc, basically using different variation to shock the muscle)

10 pushups (increase intensity when getting tooooooo easy)
10 crunches


as for the layout it goes like this, I go through the exercises non stop with no rest, for the desired time, and I started at 5 mins but each workout I increase by 30sec – 1min, to make it more challenging but when I reach 10mins non stop, ill increase the reps or change to more difficult exercises, or add more exercises, and start back at 5mins and cycle it around..

so will it get me to my goals of,

more tone and definition, and alittle or more size?

Im wanting to be lean, and athletic,


(im wanting the veins on the arms and shoulders )

sorry if I ranted, but I wanted to give you more insite to what im doing so you understand.

write back please need feedback, thankyou.

Michael.

P.S: does anyone know the name of this style of training? because i only call it timed workouts,


thankyou yet again.
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Old 08-22-2009, 01:04 PM   #2
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You won't gain much if any size from doing this. It's basically cardio. Especially with your small and incomplete exercise selection. Because you're not increasing resistance, you'll plateau very quickly.

If you want to get good at doing pushups, curls, and crunches for time, then this workout would be ok (not even optimal for that though).

You're not going to reinvent the wheel, especially without a lot of knowledge. Try reading the stickies to expand your knowledge. Picking a proven routine would be most beneficial.

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Old 08-22-2009, 01:55 PM   #3
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i only train in my room and i use bodyweight, and resistance bands, (bodylastics maximum tension set)

and i live far from a gym, (living in country)

im into quick and brutal workouts thats bodyweight and resistance bands,

roughly 10-15mins,

what would you recommend?

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P90X or some shit similar. If all you're looking for is tone and chisel, investing in the P90X DVD will go farther than a gym membership. And you can do all that in your room.
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Old 08-23-2009, 06:23 AM   #6
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i will do on pay day thankyou, atm ill just stick to pushups, pullups, curls and squats for time.
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Whatever ices your cake, darling.
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to tone something....you have to have something there already....so....do you have any mass to "tone"? or did you lose all your mass?

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no i didnt lose all my mass, i dropped 1-2stone, but i gained it back but with no training, ive got about 65% tone but i want more uno defined lol

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So let me get this right:

OP asks question
emaciatedfag gives stupid advice
OP likes stupid advice

This about sum it up?
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